This sculpture was found in Seokguram, which is ____________ a. also known as the Old Crown tomb. b. an artificial cave temple modeled after Chinese cave temples. c. also the site where the 7000 terracotta soldiers were found. d. an ancient burial site close to present-day Seoul.
sunnygirl Arts 1 11
write short definitions for each of the following terms- ostinato, Canyon, Operetta, coda. the performers in "stomp!" use whatever they can find in their surroundings to make music. identify four objects near you right now that could be used as instruments. next to the instrument you identified name the instrument family each would be long to- (wind- either woodwind or brass, string or percussion) then tell whether it is a pitched instrument or unpitched instrument. example- pen tapping on desk, percussion, unpitched. what in your opinion are some of the most unusual, interesting, or beautiful sounds from nature? what about from machines or other objects? make a list! next to each item, write whether you think it would sound good as part of a piece of music and briefly explain why list three common vocal ranges from middle school students arrange the following words in logical order based on how a song is "mapped out" verse, interlude, refrain, introduction, refrain, coda, refrain, verse. why do you think music is such an important part of movies, television programs, and advertising? this is a essay question please write a full paragraph of at least four complete sentences!
kiaradestiny Arts 1 8
What was one of the techniques Leonardo used to create the illusion that the Mona Lisa was a real person? A. His commitment to precise reality made the figure look real. B. He used loose, expressive brushstrokes to enliven the figure. C. He used chiaroscuro to add volume and depth to her body and light to her eyes. D. By not lining up the background on either side, he generated movement in her shoulders.
Alicatgirl Arts 1 9