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Concert halls in Mozart’s time
a.   were much smaller than modern concert halls.
b.   were nonexistent; concerts were strictly private affairs for the aristocracy.
c.   consisted mostly of...
Which is the lowest voice of the string quartet?
  a) viola
  b) viola da gamba
  c) cello
  c) lute
The second half of the eighteenth century witnessed
  a. a tremendous growth in amateur music making at home.
  b. a move back to the basics of Gregorian chant.
  c. the downfall of Haydn's career.
How many themes occur in the first movement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto in A Major,    K. 488?
a.   one
b.   two
c.   three
d.   four
The exposition of a sonata form always
  a. begins with pervading imitation.
  b. modulates to a secondary key area.
  c. uses word-painting to create drama.
  d. begins in a major mode.
The formal parts of sonata form are
a.   exposition, development, recapitulation, and coda.
b.   exposition, reposition, development, and da capo.
c.   theme, exposition, analysis, and...
How does Haydn treat the main melody in the second movement of the String Quartet, op. 76, no. 3?
  a) He changes its melodic contour with each repetition.
  b) He keeps it almost completely intact in each...
Which of the following is a characteristic of periodic phrase structure?
a.   A consequent phrase is followed by two antecedent phrases.
b.   One or more antecedent phrases are followed by one or more...
The orchestras in Haydn’s time
a.   were relatively small by modern standards.
b.   did not include brass or wind instruments.
c.   included a lute accompaniment.
A rondo form features a(n) __________.
  a) exposition that precedes the development section
  b) opening A section that returns repeatedly
  c) ternary structure
  d) instrumental ritornello that...
The structure of the third movement of Haydn's Symphony no. 102 can be described as __________.
  a) rounded binary forms within a larger ternary form
  b) ABACA
  c) rounded binary forms within a larger...
If comparing sonata form to The Wizard of Oz, the tonic key
a.   is represented by the Cowardly Lion.
b.   corresponds to Dorothy’s home.
c.   corresponds to where the film turns to...
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