艺术史 TPO31-L1 Music In Ancient Greece

TPO31-L1

Music In Ancient Greece

Listen to part of a lecture in a music class.

 



  1. What is the main topic of the lecture?
  • A. The history of Greek music from ancient times to the past.
  • B. The influence of ancient Greek music on the music of neighboring countries.
  • C. The characteristics of ancient Greek songs.
  • D. The attitude of the ancient Greek towards music.

 

  1. What two reasons does the professor give for approaching the lecture material as he does?
    [CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
  • A. We have a limited idea of what ancient Greek music sounded like.
  • B. The Greek philosophy of music influenced Western thought.
  • C. Greek music shared many characteristics with other types of ancient music.
  • D. Greek melodies were admired by musicians from other cultures.

 

  1. According to the professor, what did the ancient Greeks believe about music?
  • A. That music connected them to their ancestors.
  • B. That music allowed people express their individuality.
  • C. That the same laws ruled music and the universe.
  • D. That music could not be explained by mathematics.

 

  1. According to the professor, what was Plato’s attitude towards music?
  • A. Music had the power to help create the future leaders of a society.
  • B. Music needed to be constantly evolving to keep up with social change.
  • C. Music distracted attention from social problems.
  • D. Music’s primary purpose was entertainment.

 

  1. Why does the professor mention rock-n-roll music?
  • A. To make a connection between ancient and modern attitudes towards music.
  • B. To contrast its characteristics with the characteristics of ancient Greek music.
  • C. To introduce a topic he will discuss later in the lecture.
  • D. To find out what kind of music students in the class like best.

 

  1. Why does the professor say this: 🎧
  • A. He does not think his opinions are relevant to class discussion.
  • B. He believes his students can infer what he thinks.
  • C. He wants the students to take Plato’s ideas seriously.
  • D. He does not want to influence his students’ opinions.


答案:
D AB C A A B

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