Music: Chapter 38
The source of inspiration for Charles Ives’s music was rooted in the traditions of which region of America?
Ruth Crawford was trained mainly in Europe.
Charles Ives made a living as a:
One of Ives’s best-known works for piano is:
the Concord Sonata
Adolphe Sax was a famous musical instrument inventor who revolutionized the key mechanisms on brass instruments.
Ives’s work Country Band March draws on a variety of traditional American tunes.
Charles Ives was largely a patriotic composer.
America’s most famous bandmaster was John Philip Sousa.
Ruth Crawford was the first woman to win a:
Ruth Crawford gave up composing shortly after her wedding, focusing instead on:
Collecting and editing American folk songs
Ives’s music was not fully recognized in his own lifetime.
Ives was ahead of his time in that:
he used polytonality in his compositions
Ruth Crawford was a noted specialist in American folk music.
Ruth Crawford avoided writing in modernist or ultra-modernist styles.
America’s vernacular traditions also included music for brass bands.
Country Band March is arranged for:
large wind ensemble
Ruth Crawford worked with folk song collectors John and Alan Lomax at the ____________ :
Library of congress
The U. S. Marine Band has a history dating back to the eighteenth century.
A music journal dedicated to publishing new music in the United States in the early twentieth century was the:
New music quarterly
Ives’s work Country Band March is in triple meter.