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Listen , Sixth Edition Copyright © 2008 by Bedford/St. Martin's C H A P T E R 13 Other Classical Genres Multiple-Choice Questions Listening 4. Piano Concerto, No. 23 in A, K. 488, p. 206 Who composed Piano Concerto in A? a. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart b. Franz Joseph Haydn c. Arcangelo Corelli d. Antonio Salieri 5. Piano Concerto, No. 23 in A, K. 488, p. 206 The performing forces in the Piano Concerto in A consist of: a. piano, strings, continuo, woodwinds, and brass. b. piano, strings, and woodwinds. c. piano, strings, continuo, and brass. d. piano, strings, woodwinds, and percussion. 10. Don Giovanni, “Ho capito,” p. 213 “Ho capito” is from a(n): a. Mass. b. oratorio. c. opera. d. motet. Topics 20. The Sonata, p. 203 How many movements does a Classical sonata generally have? a. one b. two c. three d. four 28. Double-Exposition Form, p. 205 In the final section of the first movement of a Classical concerto, the soloist improvises a solo passage called a: a. coda. b.
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