Part 4 Test- Music

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2 violins, viola, and cello

String quartet

Piano, violin, and cello

Piano trio


Not a major composer of string quartets

The slow movement is based on a hymn written for the Emperor Franz Joseph

Haydn’s String Quartet, was given the nickname "Emperor" because:

Theme and variations

The form of the slow movement of Haydn’s String Quartet, op. 76, no.3 is:


Melody for the slow movement by Haydn became the national anthem for:


Haydn served as a choirboy in:

Prince Esterhzy

Haydn’s principal patron?


Haydn enjoyed phenomenal musical success with two trips to which country?


Mozart’s "Eine kleine Nachtmusik" is an example of:

German for "A Little Night Music"

"Eine kleine Nachtmusik" is:


The form of the first movement of "Eine kleine Nachtmusik"?

It has a march-like character

Describes the opening of the first movement of "Eine kleine Nachtmusik"?

It has an elegant, restrained melody

Describes the Romanza from "Eine kleine Nachtmusik"?


How many movements are typical of pre-classical symphonies?

Rocket themes

Early classical symphony is characterized by quickly ascending themes with a strong rhythmic drive:


Quick crescendos and the four-movement cycle in symphonies were developed in:


Typical number of players in the Classical orchestra

Sonata-allegro form

The first movement of a symphony is usually in:


Composer noted for his mono thematic sonata-allegro form?

Minuet and trio form

Third movement of a Classical symphony is most frequently in:


"Father of the Symphony"


Haydn’s "Military" Symphony was composed for his visit to which city?

It uses percussion instruments associated with Turkish military music

How did Haydn’s "Military" Symphony earn its nickname?


What is the form of the second movement of Haydn’s "Military" Symphony?


Janissary bands are associated with:


Beethoven’s career is often divided into ____ periods.

Used more chromatic harmonies

In his third compositional period, Beethoven:


How many symphonies did Beethoven write?

the Ninth Symphony

Which work by Beethoven is called the "Choral" Symphony?

Symphony No. 9

"Ode to Joy" is the finale of Beethoven’s:


The text of the "Ode to Joy" is by:


How many movements does Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 have?

There is no break between the third and fourth movements

What is unusual about Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5?

Four-note motive

Describes the opening idea of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5?

Theme and variations

Form of the second movement of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5?

Cyclical form

Using material from an earlier movement in a symphony is called:

the Ninth Symphony

Which Beethoven symphony was selected to celebrate the fall of the Berlin Wall?


How many movements in a Classical concerto?

The cadenza

A typical feature of a concerto is a free solo passage without orchestral accompaniment called:

The piano

Most popular solo instrument in the Classical concerto was:

A double exposition

The first movement of a Classical concerto features sonata-allegro form with:

The orchestra

The typical first movement of a Classical concerto begins with:

Theme and variations

What is the form of the last movement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto in G major, K. 453?


How many piano sonatas did Beethoven compose?

The poet Rellstab shortly after the composer’s death

Beethoven’s Piano Sonata in C-sharp minor, Op. 27, No.2 was subtitled "Moonlight" by:

quasi una fantasia

Beethoven gave his Piano Sonata in c-sharp minor, Op.27, No.2, the designation:


Beethoven’s famous "Moonlight Sonata" has _____ movements.

is a modified song form

The form of the first movement of Beethoven’s Piano Sonata in C-sharp minor, Op. 27, No.2

A gentle scherzo and trio form

The second movement of Beethoven’s Piano Sonata in C-sharp minor, Op. 27, No.2 is:

Filled with restless emotion

The third movement of Beethoven’s Piano Sonata in C-sharp minor, Op. 27, No.2 is:

Opera seria

The prevalent form of opera, which occupied itself mainly with the affairs of nobility and Greek legends, was called:


The rigid conventions of opera seria were shaped largely by:

Opera seria

Not a new opera type that sought to reflect simplicity and real human emotions?

The Marriage of Figaro

What Mozart opera is based on controversial play by Beaumarchais?

Lorenzo da Ponte

Mozart’s librettist for "Don Giovanni" was:

Mixes elements of opera seria and opera buffa

Which of the following descriptions characterizes the story of "Don Giovanni"?


The overture of "Don Giovanni" is in what form?

Don Giovanni

Don Giovanni attempts to console Donna Elvira, who has been betrayed by:


The tone of the Catalog aria, from "Don Giovanni", is:

Don Giovanni’s conquests

The catalog aria lists:


Which composer is not a member of the Viennese School?


Which composer was born in Vienna and bridged the Classical and Romantic eras?


A theme may be fragmented by dividing it into smaller units called:

A sequence

Repeating a motive at a higher or lower pitch level is called:


A short, repeated musical pattern is called:

Music without a story or text

Best describes absolute music?


In absolute music, the lack of a prescribed story or text to hold the music together makes the element of _____ important.


Which genre doesn’t follow the general structure of a multi-movement cycle?


Which movement is the most organized of multi-movement cycle?

Two key areas

We can best regard sonata-allegro form as a drama between:

The recapitulation

The three main sections of sonata-allegro form are the exposition, the development, and:

The second theme

In sonata-allegro form, the contrasting key is established by the statement of:

Lyrical, songful melodies

Which is a common characteristic of the second movement of a multi-movement cycle?

All of the above

Theme and variations form often utilizes which of the following compositional techniques

Minuet and trio form

The third movement is usually in:


The overall form of a minuet and trio is best described as:


The second dance, or the middle section, of a minuet, is called a:


The italian words, "da capo" are commonly found in_______ form.

A scherzo is faster and sometimes humorous, while a minuet is slower and serious.

How does a scherzo differ from a minuet?

A rondo

Most likely form to be found as the last movement of a Classical sonata or symphony?


Which movement is most commonly in a contrasting key from the other three?

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