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1. One of the key components of the double-exposition concerto

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1. One of the key components of the double-exposition concerto form is the o
A. single exposition. C. cadenza.
B. theme. D. chorale.

2. A scale consists of five notes.
A. major C. monotonic
B. pentatonic D. shaded

3. The combination of antecedent and consequent units that make a larger
whole is called the
A. periodic phrase structure. C. full cadence.
B. theme and variations form. D. punctuation.

4. A/an is a work that sets new words to an existing melody.
A. scoring C. orchestration
B. appropriation D. contrafactum

5. A symphonic movement frequently used as a finale during the Classical era
was the
A. rondo. C. fugue.
B. minuet. D. tremolo.

6. Which one of the following represents the most important element of
sonata form?
A. Use of Latin texts C. Use of word painting
B. Development of themes D. Doctrine of affects

7. Who wrote Don Giovanni?
A. Mozart C. Handel
B. Haydn D. Beethoven

8. The is the second section of the sonata form. o
A. exposition C. recapitulation
B. development D. finale

9. The second movement of a symphony is usually written in form.

10. The principal form of Chinese opera today is known as
A. suona. C. wuchang.
B. Jingju. D. jinghu.

11. The third section of the sonata form is referred to as the
A. cadenza. C. finale.
B. variation. D. recapitulaton.

12. The text of an opera is called the
A. program. C. libretto.
B. vibrato. D. buffa.

13. The binary form in Haydn's Symphony no. 102 in B flat major, third movement,
is represented by

14. The two basic forms for vocal selections in operas are
A. aria and recitative. C. binary and ternary.
B. solo and duet. D. tonic and atonal.

15. Opera is a light, frequently comic style of opera.
A. buffa C. hysteria o
B. seria D. canonica

16. The is an essential characteristic of sonata form.
A. sudden crescendo C. fluctuation of rhythm
B. absence of harmony D. development of themes

17. In a string quartet, the bass instrument is the
A. drum. C. viola.
B. cello. D. bass guitar.

18. When the Italian words da capo appear at the end of a measure, the musician
is being instructed to
A. hold the notes for an extra three beats.
B. play the refrain.
C. play the main part of the musical piece over again.
D. play the next part of the music quietly.

19. What dates are commonly assigned to the Classical period?
A. 1650-1720 C. 1700-1800
B. 1700-1750 D. 1750-1800

20. A soloist can display his virtuosity to the fullest during the
A. cadenza. C. concerto.
B. capo. D. cadence.

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