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Learn about the history of music and three different musical periods (Baroque, Classical and Romantic)

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MUSIC

The history of

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The museum manager has got muddled up on their musical history, can you help them?

Come on!

ROOM 3

ROOM 1

ROOM 2

Mainroom

Question 1

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The baroque room

Which of these instruments should not be inside the Baroque Room?

Question 2

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Violin

Clarinet

Harpsichord

The baroque room

Which of the composers below is not from the Baroque period?

Question 3

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Vivaldi

Beethoven

J.S Bach

The baroque room

The dates on the room doors have been muddled up, can you identify which of these time periods the Baroque Era took place in?

Question 4

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1810-1900

1750-1810

1600-1750

The baroque room

There is a display of music by the composer Vivaldi in this room but they have got muddled with other music. Which piece is not by Vivaldi?

Question 5

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The Brandenburg Concertos

The Four Seasons

Gloria

The baroque room

You have completed this room!

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CONTINUe

The baroque room

Better do some more research!

The baroque room

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room 3

room 1

room 2

mainroom

This room is also in a mess.

Oh, no!

Can you help to sort out the exhibits?

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Question 1

The symphony was one of the most popular types of composition. Who wrote the most symphonies?

Mozart

Haydn

Classical room

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Question 2

Which dates should be on the door of this room?

1810-1900

1750-1810

Classical room

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Question 3

Classical room

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Question 4

True or false?Haydn wrote a symphony where all the musicans walk off stage before the end.

False

True

Classical room

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Question 5

Classical room

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CONTINUE

You have completed this room!

Classical room

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CONTINUE

You have completed this room!

Classical room

Better do some more research!

Classical room

Better do some more research!

Classical room

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room 3

room 1

room 2

mainroom

Another room needs sorting out.

Oh, no!

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The pictures of the composers are muddled up. Which is Liszt? (He thought he had a great nose profile!)

Question 1

ROmantic era room

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The orchestra grew much bigger, partly due to the much improved brass instruments. Which trumpet belongs in this room?

Question 2

ROmantic era room

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More percussion instruments were also included in the orchestra. The 3rd movement of Brahms 4th symphony features which percussion instrument?

Question 3

ROmantic era room

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Lots of unusual instruments were also required by composers. Which weapons are supposed to be fired during a performance of Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture?

Question 4

ROmantic era room

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Many pieces of music written in the Romantic Era tell a story. Which work tells of love, murder, punishment and the afterlife?

Question 5

ROmantic era room

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CONTINUE

You have completed this room!

ROmantic era room

Better do some more research!

ROmantic era room

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room 3

room 1

room 2

main room

One more room to sort out. Nearly there!

Oh, no!

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Musical styles didn't actually change overnight. The year 1750 was chosen as the end of the Baroque Era becuase it was a round number that is also the year that which composer died?

Question 1

J S Bach

Handel

Vivaldi

main room

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Which type of work has four movements (sections) and is played by an orchestra?

Question 2

Symphony

Concerto

Sonata

MAIN ROOM

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Which type of work features a soloist as well as the orchestra? It allows the soloist to really show off!

Question 3

Symphony

Sonata

Concerto

MAIN ROOM

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Which type of work is like a play set to music, with singers (accompanied by orchestra) acting in costume on the stage?

Question 4

Ballet

Opera

Requiem

MAIN ROOM

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Look at the orchestra revealed in this picture. Which musical era do you think it comes from?

Question 5

Romantic Era

Baroque Era

Classical Era

MAIN ROOM

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You have completed this room!

CONTINUe

MAIN ROOM

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I hope you enjoyed this.To prove you were successful in this homework you will need to tell your teacher what 'Baroque' means!

Congratulations!

Start Over?

I hope you enjoyed this.To prove you were successful in this homework you will need to tell your teacher what 'Baroque' means!

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You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!

You have lost a museum piece!