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Section 5.1 art that explores inner feelings of conflict and unrest is referred to as a) surrealism b) expressionism c) impressionism d) cubism vaslav nijinsky is the who created the dance to accompany stravinsky’s the rite of spring. a) choreographer b) patron c) conductor d) photographer at various times in his life, stravinsky was a citizen of all of the following except a) the united states b) france c) gemany d) russia the form of pierrot lunaire is a) scherzo and trio b) through-composed c) strophic d) sonata bartok’s primary instrument was the a) piano b) bass drum c) violin d) bassoon
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1. B. is an expression of art that explores feelings of conflict and inner turmoil.
Contemplation is a type of art that deals with the artist expressing his feelings and thoughts. So if the artist is in conflict or turmoil, he or she will want to express themselves through art, be it painting, music, film, etc.
2. Choreographer A. Vaslav Nijinsky created the dance to accompany Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring.
Nijinsky was a famous ballet dancer and choreographer. He thought of many dances in his life, but one of the most famous is probably the one for The Rite of Spring. He is considered the best male dancer of the 20th century.
3. At various times in his life, Stravinsky was a citizen of all of the following except C. Germany.
Although he lived in Germany, he stayed for a short period of 2 months, where he stayed with a friend. On the other hand, he spent considerable time in the USA, France and Russia, where he lived for years.
4. C. strophic is the form of Pierrot Lunaire.
While I’m not entirely sure about this one, C is the answer I personally choose. This composition consists of many strophes, or parts of movements, which is why I would say it is tropical, rather than the remaining options.
5. Bartok’s main instrument was the piano A.
If you look at this composer and musician, you will say that he says that he is a famous pianist. That’s why I think the piano was his main instrument, although he was also well versed in other instruments, however, the piano was his favorite.