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The Classical Period Begins Circa
a) 1750 b) 1800 c) 1600 d) 1941
A symphony usually has
a) 4 movements b) 3 movements c) 5 movements d) no movements
An independent part of a compound form is called a
a) movement b) symphony c) sonata d) concerto
An instrumental work for 1 to 8 instruments, in three movements is a
a) sonata b) concerto c) symphony d) movement
The usual tempo pattern of symphony movements is
a) Fast, Slow, Dance, Fast b) Fast, Slow, Fast Slow c) Fast, Slow, Slow, Fast d) Fast, Fast, Fast, Slow
He's NOT a classical composer:
a) Bach b) Beethoven c) Haydn d) Mozart
The first and last movements of a symphony are usually in
a) sonata-allegro form b) theme and variations form c) symphony form d) concerto form
Sonata-Allegro from consists of
a) exposition - development - recapitulation b) four movements c) rondo-modo form d) ritornello form
Coda is Italian for
a) tail b) fish c) introduction d) movement
The recapitualtion
a) is a repeat of the exposition b) is a repeat of the development c) is only used in emergencies d) is Julia's favorite word
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