Chapter 20- Section 5- Group 4

  1. Who is the greatest German operatic composer who combined singing, music, dancing, costumes, and scenery in his operas to create a spectacular theatrical effect?  
  2. What did Wagner call his operas?  
  3. What are composers that followed in the general tradition of romaintic music called?  
  4. Which post-romantic of Austria used huge orchestras and choruses to perform his lengthy symphonies?  
  5. Which French person, on the other hand, developed unusual harmonies and rhythms in trying to create delicate musical impressions of clouds, sea, or moonlight?  
  6. Which French painter chose subjects from the past and depicted scenes bursting with action and drama?  
  7. Which two British landspace painters reflected the romantic interest in nature and made works that had intense color and vitality? ("?; ?")  
  8. Which style of architecture was an attempt to re-create a great period of the past and were reflected in the British Houses of Parliament as well as many American churches? ("? style")  
  9. When writers and artists began to abandon rich imagination and the ornate style of the romantics, they turned to the realities of everyday life. This new view was known as what?  
10. Which book describes with extraordinary attention to detaili the life of an ordinary woman?  

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1. Wagner
2. music dramas
3. post-romantics
4. Mahler
5. Debussy
6. Delacroix
7. Constable; Turner
8. Gothic style
9. realism
10. Madame Bovary