In a minor key a deceptive resolution of dominant

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0 / 10 In a minor key, a deceptive resolution of dominant harmony is normally:3V - ii° V - VI V - III V - VII V - iv
10 / 10 What is the correct ordering of the four principal subsections in theExposition of a sonata-allegro form?4
2020/3/22Lesson 9 Quiz (Thu-Sun): MUSIC 11Z, Section 001: How Classical Music Works (22011--UP---WBMUSIC---11Z-------001-)3/5Secondary Tonal Area, Transition, Principal Tonal Area, Closing Principal Tonal Area, Secondary Tonal Area, Transition, Closing Secondary Tonal Area, Principal Tonal Area, Transition, Closing 10 / 10 Which term accurately describes a musical moment that servessimultaneously as the conclusion of one phrase and the beginning of thenext phrase?5
10 / 10 Which musical form has been described as "the most sophisticated tonalarchitecture ever invented"?6
2020/3/22Lesson 9 Quiz (Thu-Sun): MUSIC 11Z, Section 001: How Classical Music Works (22011--UP---WBMUSIC---11Z-------001-)4/5rondo form theme and variations 10 / 10 7The critical change in the Recapitulation is that the Transition will not

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