Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 opens with a four-note _______.
The second theme in a sonata-allegro movement is typically in a contrasting key.
Which is most likely the slow movement in the multi-movement cycle?
A short, repeated musical pattern is called a(n):
The middle section of a typical third movement in a sonata cycle is called:
Rondo form has a recurring idea, similar to the Baroque ritornello.
The multi-movement cycle of the Classical masters can be found in their:
Symphonies, concertos, and string quartets
The expansion of a melodic idea is known as thematic development.
The last section of sonata-allegro form that restates the themes is called:
The longest and most dramatic movement of the sonata-allegro form was generally the:
Music with no literary basis is referred to as:
The scherzo is characterized by:
abrupt changes of mood
The chord at the end of the first movement in a sonata cycle is a dominant chord.
Which dance replaced the minuet and trio in the nineteenth-century symphony?
A motive is a combination of many themes.
Which genre would NOT normally be in multi-movement cycle?
The first movement of a symphony is most likely in ________ form.
A sonata-allegro form is comprised of three main sections.
The simplest form of a rondo can be described as:
The second movement in a sonata cycle is generally in a quick tempo.
Which movement of the instrumental cycle is likely to be a dance?
An ostinato is a short, repeated musical pattern.
The middle section of the third movement in a sonata cycle is highly improvised.
The longest and most dramatic movement of the multi-movement cycle, represented in the symphony, string quartet, concerto and sonata, was generally the:
Improvisation is important in jazz music.