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Lesson 9 quiz: 1. One of the contrasts between the Baroque and Classical styles of music has been described this way: The Baroque style of music has the capacity to convey "dramatic situation," while the Classical style has the capacity to convey "dramatic action." a. True 2. Mozart's first great success as a composer came in which genre? a. opera 3. In the Exposition of a sonata-allegro form composed in a major key, the Principal Tonal Area is normally in which key? a. Tonic 4. In a major key, the use of harmonies borrowed from the parallel minor is referred to as: a. Mode mixture 5. In the Exposition of a sonata-allegro form composed in a major key, the Secondary Tonal Area is normally in which key?
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