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Q: The vocal style in opera that imitates the natural inflections of speech is called:
A: It is called Declamatory Style.
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It is called Declamatory Style.
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Which did NOT characterize the Baroque organ? A. a harsh tone B. a pure, transparent tone C. a capability of producing contrasting colors D. a capability of making individual voices stand out
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Updated 10/7/2011 11:29:13 PM
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A.a harsh tone do not characterize the Baroque organ.
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From "I find the baroque and historic variations to be a bit too bright and harsh" and from "the sound, designed to mimic that of 17th century German Baroque organs, is rather harsh and unpleasant". So, A.a harsh tone do not characterize the Baroque organ. is not the right one. C.a capability of producing contrasting colors is the correct one. Baroque organ has nothing to do with colors
Added 10/5/2011 3:43:06 AM
Shifa you should have put that as an answer....we want Weegy to be known for correct answers right?
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how about this? During the Renaissance and Baroque periods, the organ's tonal colors became more varied..... Builders such as Arp Schnitger, Jasper Johannsen, Zacharias Hildebrandt and Gottfried Silbermann constructed instruments that were in themselves artistic masterpieces, displaying both exquisite craftsmanship and beautiful sound. These organs featured well-balanced mechanical key actions, giving the organist precise control over the pipe speech. Schnitger's organs featured particularly distinctive reed timbres and large Pedal and Rückpositiv divisions.....
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Which did NOT characterize the Baroque organ? A. a harsh tone B. a pure, transparent tone C. a capability of producing contrasting colors D. a capability of making individual voices stand out
Weegy: C. a capability of producing contrasting colors (More)
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Stop flagging. This is the correct answer. From "I find the baroque and historic variations to be a bit too bright and harsh" and from "the sound, designed to mimic that of 17th century German Baroque organs, is rather harsh and unpleasant". So, A.a harsh tone do not characterize the Baroque organ. is not the right one. C.a capability of producing contrasting colors is the correct one. Baroque organ has nothing to do with colors.
Added 10/5/2011 3:44:01 AM
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