An augmented sixth chord leads inexorably to dominant

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An Augmented Sixth chord leads inexorably to dominant harmony.There is a consistent texture of triplet figures.
10 / 10 ptsQuestion 3Since the time of Beethoven, if a composition is referred to as "sonata,"without specifying the instrumentation, we can assume that it is a solowork written for:
10 / 10 ptsQuestion 4
A popular genre of music during the Classical era in which Beethoven didNOT excel is which?
10 / 10 ptsQuestion 5The first movement of Beethoven's "Moonlight" Sonata is not a sonata-allegro form, and yet it fulfills the Classical expectations of the sonataprinciple.
0 / 10 ptsQuestion 6IncorrectIncorrectWhich of the following is an accurate description of the "second theme" inthe first movement of the "Moonlight" Sonata?It is presented initially in the key of the relative major.
It consists of slow-moving, incomplete chromatic neighbor tonessurrounding the tonic pitch.It is constructed from the notes of the Augmented Sixth chord.It is constructed from the notes of the Neapolitan chord.It is the repeated note G-sharp, given a distinct identity by virtue of itsdotted rhythm.

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