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Arts & Humanities Review. Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Drama. Art 1. Art 2. Composers. Miscellaneous. 10 Point. 10 Point. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question.Click to begin.Arts & Humanities Review

  • Click here for Final Jeopardy

  • Art 1Composers Miscellaneous10 Point20 Points30 Points40 Points50 Points10 Point10 Point10 Point10 Point20 Points20 Points20 Points20 Points30 Points40 Points50 Points30 Points30 Points30 Points40 Points40 Points40 Points50 Points50 Points50 PointsArt 2Drama

  • A person who writes a playDrama

  • What is a play-write?

  • The area located between the curtain and the front edge of the stage

  • What is a proscenium?

  • The time and place of a story takes place

  • What is a setting?

  • Furniture and items that are a part of the set or carried by performers

  • What are props?

  • Showing feelings through ones voice or face is

  • What is expression?

  • A realistic rendering of a person is called aArt 1

  • What is a portrait?

  • A painting of a vase of flowers and books on a table is an example of

  • What is a still-life?

  • Realistic, Abstract, and non-objective are examples of

  • What are styles?

  • An art style that shows no recognizable objects is called

  • What isnon-objective art?

  • Curve, zig-zag, broken and diagonal are examples of

  • What are lines?Question 5 > 23BOARD 3Art 50 pts. Q5>23 A5>22

  • Artwork made by fitting smaller pieces of colored paper, glass, tiles, etc. together on a background is calledArts 2

  • What are mosaics?

  • Orange, green, violet

  • What aresecondary hues?

  • Texture has to do with

  • How does an object feel?

  • Pencils, crayons, paints, fabric and yarn are examples of

  • What is media?

  • A symmetrical painting is one in which

  • Does one side is the mirror image of the other side?

  • Name seven pitches used in music?Music

  • A, b, c, d, e, f, g

  • Two famous composers of the Baroque period

  • Who were Bach and Handel (Vivaldi, Gluck)?

  • Name two Classical Composers

  • Who were Mozart and Beethoven(Haydn, Weber)?

  • Name two Romantic Composers

  • Who were Schubert-Berlioz, Schumann-Brahms, Chopin-Liszt, Strauss-Tchaikovsky or Beethoven-Mahler?

  • Name two Modern Composers

  • Who were Copland-Gershwin, Bartok-Stravinsky, Bernstein-Shostakovich?

  • The piccolo belongs to which family of instruments?Misc

  • What are woodwinds?

  • The lowest Female Voice

  • What is an Alto?

  • The characteristic quality of sound produced by a particular instrument

  • What is timbre?

  • Families of instruments can be identified by

  • What is tone, timbre or color?

  • Put these composers in order: Copland, Foster, Bach, Mozart

  • Who was Bach, Mozart, Foster and Copland?

  • Make your wagerFinal Jeopardy

  • How many families of instruments are in a symphony orchestra?

  • What is four?

    Arts & Humanities ReviewHiggins, Rudd

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