Question 5 of 10 100 points js bachs brandenburg

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Question 5 of 1010.0 PointsJ.S. Bach’s “Brandenburg Concerto No. 4, 1st Movement” calls for ripieno and solo ensembles.What could Bach and other Baroque composers do with these two ensembles?A. Vary timbres and dynamics for increased interest.B. Vary tempos from slow to fast.
C. Attract better players to play in the solo section.D. Increase interest by having the two ensembles dress differently.Answer Key: AQuestion 6 of 1010.0 PointsThe cantata is similar to the oratorio in which of the following ways?
Question 7 of 1010.0 Points
What type of music did Handel compose during his time in London and what was it akin to?
Question 8 of 1010.0 PointsThe tonal system in the Middle Ages and Renaissance went from having its basis in modes andusing just intonation to what system?
C. the Romantic era system of chromaticismD. the Classic era system of easy conformityAnswer Key: BQuestion 9 of 1010.0 PointsThe display of emotion evident in the new style of Baroque opera reflects what doctrine?A. expressionB. inflectionC. implosionD. affectionAnswer Key: D
Question 10 of 1010.0 PointsThe first movement of Vivaldi’s “Spring” concerto demonstrates what form?
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Spring
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Baroque music

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