A rondo form in the classical style can incorporate

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19A Rondo form in the Classical style can incorporate significant aspects ofsonata-allegro form, producing what is known as "sonata-rondo form."True False
1 / 1 问题20Mozart enjoyed his greatest successes in which two genres of opera?
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21Which one of the following statements relating to the opening five bars of thefirst movement of the "Moonlight" Sonata is NOT accurate?
1 / 1 问题22Since the time of Beethoven, if a composition is referred to as "sonata,"without specifying the instrumentation, we can assume that it is a solo workwritten for:
2019/11/9Unit 3 Test: MUSIC 11Z, Section 001: How Classical Music Works (21981--UP---WBMUSIC---11Z-------001-)12/281 / 1 问题23Beethoven's "Moonlight" Sonata was parenthetically subtitled "Sonata quasiuna Fantasia" ("Sonata like a fantasy"), and was dedicated to:Johann van Beethoven, his father who taught him music Ludewijk van Beethoven, his grandfather who was also a musician Johann Albrechtsberger, his music teacher Countess Giulietta Guicciardi, a woman with whom he was smitten Maria Magdalena Keverich, his mother who passed away in 1787 1 / 1 问题24In his hometown, the young Beethoven took composition lessons from thecourt organist, Christian Gottlob Neefe, who was so impressed withBeethoven that he compared him to which other child prodigy?Mozart Vivaldi Haydn Bach Purcell 1 / 1 问题25The first movement of Beethoven's "Moonlight" Sonata is not a sonata-allegro form, and yet it fulfills the Classical expectations of the sonataprinciple.
2019/11/9Unit 3 Test: MUSIC 11Z, Section 001: How Classical Music Works (21981--UP---WBMUSIC---11Z-------001-)13/28True False
1 / 1 问题26Which of the following is an accurate description of the "second theme" in thefirst movement of the "Moonlight" Sonata?
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