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In opera, a vocal style that imitates speech and is set freely to a sparse accompaniment is called:
An important instrumental form of the Baroque, based on opposition between a small group of instruments and a large group, was:
the concerto grosso
The harpsichord is different from the piano because:
it has two keyboards, its strings are plucked, and it is not capable of a wide dynamic range.
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