Questions On La Sylphide

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Giselle B.
Pas de Quatre

C.
La Esmeralda

D.
La Sylphide Answer Key: D

Question 23 of 25 Score: 2 (of possible 2 points)

Which female dancer first had the title role in La Sylphide?

A.
Marie Taglioni B.
Fanny Elssler C.
Carlotta Grisi D.
Lucile Grahn E.
Fanny Cerrito Answer Key: A
Question 24 of 25 Score: 2 (of possible 2 points)

In La Sylphide, ____________'s effortlessness, lightness and fluidity of movement, which, coupled with her chaste and modest bearing, made her appear to be indeed an airy being innocent of human lusts and desires. A.
Marie Camargo B.
Marie Sallé

C.
Marie Taglioni D.
Marie Osmond Answer Key: C
Question 25 of 25 Score: 2 (of possible 2 points)

The ballet of the Romantic period was immortalized by the paintings and drawings of which famous artist?

A.
Claude Monet B.
Michelangelo

C.
Leonardo da Vinci

D.
Edgar Degas Answer Key: D

Part 1 of 1 Multiple Choice/True False Score: 50 (of possible 50 points)
Question 1 of 25 Score: 2 (of possible 2 points)

The style known as _______ built upon and extended the formalism of Petipa's era, giving it new interest without violating the rules of clarity and
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A.
Isadora Duncan B.
Martha Graham C.
Yvonne Rainer

D.
Pearl Primus Answer Key: D
Question 23 of 25 Score: 2 (of possible 2 points)

Who served as musical director for the Denishawn company and encouraged both St. Denis and Shawn to commission new scores by American composers?

A.
Louis Horst B.
Johannes Brahms C.
John Cage D.
Igor Stravinsky Answer Key: A

Question 24 of 25 Score: 2 (of possible 2 points)

Which early 20th century Russian experimentalist believed choreographers should study the orchestral scores of their ballets so that their choreography would reflect musical qualities such as instrumental color and dynamics?

A.
Fyodor Lopukhov B.
Kasian Goleizovsky C.
Nicholas Sergeyev D.
Olga Spessivtseva Answer Key: A
Question 25 of 25 Score: 2 (of possible 2 points)

The subject of Isadora Duncan's choreography was the soul: universal emotions, responses and aspirations.

True False Answer Key:

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