Test Bank for A History of Western Music 8th Edition Burkholder
Table of Contents
1. Music in antiquity.
2. The Christian church in the first millennium.
3. Roman liturgy and chant.
4. Song and dance music in the Middle Ages.
5. Polyphony through the thirteenth century.
6. French and Italian music in the fourteen century.
7. The age of the Renaissance.
8. England and Burgundy in the fifteenth century.
9. Franco-Flemish composers, 1450-1520.
10. Sacred music in the era of the Reformation.
11. Madrigal and secular song in the sixteenth century.
12. The rise of instrumental music.
13. New styles in the seventeenth century.
14. The invention of opera.
15. Music for chamber and church in the early seventeenth century.
16. France, England, Spain, and the New World in the seventeenth century.
17. Italy and Germany in the late seventeenth century.
18. The early eighteenth century in Italy and France.
19. German composers of the late Baroque.
20. Opera and vocal music in the early Classic period.
21. Instrumental music : sonata, symphony, and concerto at midcentury.
22. Classic music in the late eighteenth century.
23. Revolution and change.
24. The Romantic generation : song and piano music.
25. Romanticism in classic forms : orchestral, chamber, and choral music.
26. Romantic opera and musical theater to midcentury.
27. Opera and musical theater in the later nineteenth century.
28. Late Romanticism in Germany and Austria.
29. Diverging traditions in the later nineteenth century.
30. The early twentieth century.
31. Modernism and the classical tradition.
32. Between the world wars : jazz and popular music.
33. Between the world wars : the classical tradition.
34. Postwar crosscurrents.
35. The end of the millennium.