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16.Who is the composer of The Four Seasons?
Table for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:1.0/1.017.The term for a four-note chord consisting of root, third, fifth, and seventh:
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18.A dynamic mark indicating loud; literally, "strong":
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Table for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:0.0/1.020.In a Baroque concerto, the first movement form was characterized by a recurring refrain, known as the:B) ritornelloSubmitted by BACANSKAS, STEPHEN (SFB5136) on 2/28/2016 7:31:50 PM
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Percentage70.0%1.Although we normally think of chamber music as music for a small group of performers, with one musician assigned to each part, works for chamber orchestra can also be referred to as chamber music.
Table for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:1.0/1.02.The Sarabande came from which country?
Table for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:1.0/1.03.ACSOG is an acronym we associate with which musical genre:
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5.A short musical figure; any melodic idea with a distinct identity:
Table for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:1.0/1.06.A type of continuous variation popular during the Baroque, similar to the basso ostinato, based on a short harmonic progression, is which of the following?
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