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A joking or particularly fast MOVEMENT in MINUET AND TRIO FORM.
a type of piano that is notably a smaller range and strings attached to a wooden rather than metal frame
Large work for ORCHESTRA, usually in four MOVEMENTS.
simple binary form
the two sections are roughly equal in length and feature musical material that is different or only loosely related
described in the nineteenth century as consisting of an EXPOSITION, DEVELOPMENT, and RECAPITULATION based on a limited number of THEMES.
organizes music through an initial statement, development of themes and a recapitulation of the original material
the first part of the MOVEMENT, in which the main THEMES are stated, beginning in the TONIC and usually closing in the DOMINANT
The process of reworking, recombining, fragmenting, and varying given THEMES or other material; In SONATA FORM, the section after the EXPOSITION
In SONATA FORM, the third main section, which restates the material from the EXPOSITION
18th century comic opera sung throughout
18th century opera, on a serious subject but normally with a happy ending, usually without comic characters and scenes
18th century comic opera, performed between acts of a serious opera or play.
used singspiel instead of recitative, whether comic or tragic
English comic play featuring songs in which new words are set to borrowed tunes
opera with spoken dialogue
Strings had the most important part, and then he added strings
Describe the life and musical style and works of Hadyn
Mozart used all instruments to full abilities. There were more of a larger variety in instruments and themes.
Describe the life and musical style and works of Mozart
singspiel, ballad opera, opera comique, seria, and buffa
What are the different kinds of operas in all chapters
What are the stylistic attributes of the classical period
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