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The first movement of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata is set in a free songlike form.
a) true
b) false
a) true
How many movements are standard in a Classical concerto?
a) two
b) three
c) four
b) three
The favored solo instruments in the Classical concerto are:
a) the violin and viola.
b) the piano and violin.
c) the piano and cello.
b) the piano and violin.
Which malady afflicted Beethoven and profoundly affected his work as a composer?
a) deafness
b) blindness
c) paralysis
a) deafness
Which tempo scheme is standard for the movements of a concerto?
a) slow-moderate-fast
b) fast-slow-fast-faster
c) fast-slow-fast
c) fast-slow-fast
Which form best describes the last movement of Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto?
a) sonata allegro
b) first-movement concerto
c) rondo
c) rondo
For what instrument did Haydn write his trumpet concerto?
a) a natural trumpet (no valves)
b) a keyed trumpet
c) a valved trumpet
b) a keyed trumpet
In the duo sonatas of the Classical era, the piano and solo instrument were often treated as equals.
a) true
b) false
a) true
Beethoven’s solo piano sonatas are some of the most important works in the literature.
a) true
b) false
a) true
Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata was dedicated to one of his students, with whom he fell in love.
a) true
b) false
a) true
Which was the probable cause of Beethoven’s death?
a) trichinosis
b) lead poisoning
c) syphilis
b) lead poisoning
Who was the talented blind pianist and organist for whom both Mozart and Salieri wrote concertos?
a) Maria Theresa von Paradis
b) Barbara von Ployer
c) Maria Anna Mozart
a) Maria Theresa von Paradis
How many symphonies did Beethoven write?
a) 9
b) over 40
c) over 100
a) 9
Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata falls into a standard plan and forms for its movements.
a) true
b) false
b) false
The virtuoso pianist Maria Anna Mozart was the ______ of the composer.
a) wife
b) sister
c) mother
b) sister
The Classical sonata typically consists of three to four movements.
a) true
b) false
a) true
Beethoven gave the nickname Moonlight to his own piano sonata.
a) true
b) false
b) false
Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata is set in a minor key throughout all the movements.
a) true
b) false
b) false
A brilliant solo passage in the manner of an improvisation within a concerto is called a(n):
a) aria.
b) cadenza.
c) ritornello.
b) cadenza.
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Rococo style
Light colors
Classical is the age of _____
Enlightenment
Emphasis on ____ and _____
Balance clarity
Gallant style
Light graceful music
Mood
Fluctuates in mood
ToF. There are constant changes in moods
True
Rhythm is _____
Flexible
Texture is ____
Homophonic
Melody is _____,____,_____
Tuneful balances folk
Dynamics express____
Emotions
Classical era was the end of _______ _______
Basso continuo
The number of musicians in a classical orchestra was _______ than in a baroque orchestra
Greater
What are the four movements of classical forms
Fast, slow, dancelike, fast
Sonata is for ______ instruments
1 to 2
Composer may use a brief pause to show the _______ _ _ ______
End of a theme
Comic operas sometimes _________ ___ ________
Ridiculed the aristocracy
_______ _________ was an important factor in the rise of the middle class
Social mobility
Who spent most of his life serving a wealthy aristocracy?
Haydn
Who did not like being treated as a servant
Mozart
Who broke away from his court position and went to Vienna as a freelance musician
Mozart
Who worked as an independent musician in Vienna
Beethoven
Who gained succeeds as there was a wider middle class market for music
Beethoven
What was the major music center in europe
Vienna
What was the seat of Holy Roman Empire in 1800
Vienna
Outdoor entertainment pieces
Divertimentos and serenades
Sonata form refers to the form of ___ _____
One movement
Three main sections followed by a concluding statement called a ____
Coda
First theme is in ____ key
Tonic
Second theme is in ___ key
New
Closing section is in key of ___ key
Second
the development is
Dramatic
Recapitulation is the
Resolution
Coda is the
Conclusion
Coda is in ___ key
Tonic
What is the type of composition where a basic musical idea is repeated over and over but modulated
Theme and variations
What is type of composition that is often used as the third movement of classical symphonies, string quartets and etc
Minuet and trio
Usually in ABA form and triple meter but it moves quickly in comparison to a minuet, generating energy, rhythmic drive, and tough humor
Scherzo
A work that is usually light in mood and meant for entertainment
Serenade
Minuet is listening and not for ____
Dancing
Minuet is in ____ meter and _____ tempo
Triple moderate
What is the simplest movement of a symphony or string quartet
Minuet
De capo
From the beginning
Quieter than minuet and requires less instruments
Trio
Usually played by 3 instruments
Trio
An independent piece of one movement of a symphony
Rondo
Often serves as a finale because of liveliness, regularity, and buoyancy
Rondo
Features a tuneful main theme that returns several times in alternation with others
Rondo
4 movements of a classical symphony
Fast, slow, dancelike, heroic
3 movement word for instrumental soloists and orchestra
The classical concerto
Special accompanied showpiece in first and last movement
Cadenza
A pause
Fermata
Designed for intimate setting of a room or chamber
Chamber music
Chamber music has ___ to ___ instruments
2 to 9
Does chamber music need a conductor
No
How many movements does chamber music have
4
What are movements of chamber music
Fast, slow, minuet or scherzo, fast
Who was born in Austrian village called Rohrau
Haydn
Four parts of a classics orchestra are
Strings woodwinds brass and percussion
At the end of a classical exposition there usually is a
repeat sign
In the recapitulation of a sonata-form movement
all the principal material is in the tonic key
Sonata form is used frequently as the form for the ________ movement of a multimovement work.
first
In the exposition of a sonata-form movement the second theme is in a ___ key
new
The ________ movement of Haydn’s Surprise Symphony is in theme-and-variations form.
Second
The minuet as a whole may be outlined as
ABA
In many of Beethoven’s works, there is a _________ movement instead of the minuet.
scherzo
The character of the minuet is best described as
stately and dignified
Because of its character, the rondo most often serves as a
FINALE
`A common rondo pattern is
ABACA
The main theme of the rondo is usually in the ____ key
tonic
The rondo was used as late as the __th century
20
The usual order of movements in a classical symphony is
fast, slow, dance, fast
The first movement of a classical symphony is almost always fast, and in _______________ form.
sonata
ABA form is typical of the minuet or scherzo movement and is also common in the
slow
A symphony is unified partly by the use of the same key in ___ of its movements
3
A classical concerto is a three-movement work for
instrumental soloist and orchestra
An unaccompanied showpiece for the concerto’s soloist is known as a
cadenza
The symphonic movement usually lacking in the concerto is the
minuet or scherzo
The favored solo instrument in the classical concerto was the
piano
A pause in the score of a concerto is indicated by a
fermata
The first movement of a classical concerto has
two expositions
The classical string quartet is a musical composition for
two violins, viola, and cello
The most important form of classical chamber music is the
string quartet
The piano trio is a musical composition for
violin, cello, and piano
The usual order of movements in a classical string quartet is
fast, slow, minuet or scherzo, fast
A major factor that distinguishes chamber music from the symphony or concerto is that chamber music
is performed by one player per part
Along with his symphonies, Haydn’s _____________ are considered his most important works.
string quartets
Beethoven greatly expanded the _____________ section of the sonata-form movement and made it more dramatic.
development
The choral finale of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is based on
Ode to Joy
Beethoven’s sixteen __________ are generally considered among the greatest music ever composed.
string quartets
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