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Franz Liszt 5: What is a Rhapsody?
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What is a Rhapsody?

“Rhapsody” is an ancient word that means “songs stitched together”. The Greeks used to write long poems in praise of their heroes, and then take bits and pieces of those poems and string them together for performance. In music, a rhapsody is a free-form piece that takes different tunes and strings them together.

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#1. The word rhapsody comes from which language?

#2. A rhapsody is a free-form composition that stitches different tunes together.

#3. Which of these composers did NOT write a rhapsody?

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