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A virtuosic solo passage in the manner of an improvisation within a concerto is called a


During the solo exposition in first-movement concerto form, the soloist

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Which of the following is NOT found in the first-movement concerto form of the Classical era?


First-movement concerto form is based on principles from the Baroque ritornello and the Classical sonata-allegro form.


First-movement concerto form is similar to sonata-allegro form, but it usually has a

double exposition.

For whom did Mozart write his Piano Concerto in G Major, K. 453 to perform as soloist?

Babette von Ployer

How many movements does a typical Classical-era concerto have?


How many piano concertos did Mozart compose?


In a Classical-era concerto, the _________ display of the soloist is balanced by the collaborative efforts of the orchestra.


In a cadenza during a concerto from the Classical period, the orchestra improvises freely.


In the Classical-era concerto, the cadenza usually appears _______ of a movement.

near the end

The Classical concerto form has ______ movements.


Mozart played a crucial role in the development of the piano concerto.


Mozart wrote many of his piano concertos to showcase his own performance skills.


Mozart wrote most of his piano concertos for ______ to perform in public.


The Baroque concerto could be written for a solo group or a solo instrument and orchestra, however Classical-era concertos were typically only written for a solo group and orchestra.


The cadenza that is typically performed today in Mozart’s Piano Concerto in G Major, K. 453 is

the cadenza written by Mozart.

The concerto was a new genre of the Classical era.


The first movement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto, K. 453 is in______ form.

first-movement concerto

Which is NOT true of Mozart’s Piano Concerto, K. 453?

It was written for, and dedicated to, Haydn.

Which is true regarding key areas in first-movement concerto form?

the solo exposition modulates to a contrasting key

Which of the following describes first-movement concerto form?

sonata-allegro with a double exposition

Which of the following multimovement tempo schemes corresponds to the typical Classical concerto?


Which statement applies to the Classical-era concerto?

The fast-slow-fast pattern of the three movements was established by Vivaldi during the Baroque era.

Which statement describes the mood and tempo of the first movement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto in G major, K. 453?

graceful melodies, played Allegro

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