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|Chamber music generally implies a large ensemble, with more than one player to a part.
|The focus of Classical chamber music is soloistic virtuosity.Click or tap “True” or “False” to answer the question.
|The favored chamber ensemble in the Classical era was the string quartet.
|Which composer worked well under the patronage system?
|How many string quartets did Haydn write?
|To whom did Haydn dedicate his Op. 33 string quartets?
|What is the form of the first movement of a typical Classical string quartet?
|The expansion of a melodic idea is known as -.
|Which of the following instruments are found in a typical string quartet?
|Which movement of a string quartet is often in minuet-and-trio form?
|Instrumental music that does not have any specific meaning beyond the notes is called – music.
|Varying a theme’s melodic outline, rhythm, or harmony is known as -. A – is a theme’s smallest melodic or rhythmic unit.
|Match the description to the correct term.
||sequence – repetition of a musical idea or fragment at a higher or lower leveltheme – primary musical idea that is the building block of a compositionmotive – smallest melodic
|Match the character and tempo description to its corresponding movement in the multimovement cycle.
||first – fast, long and dramaticsecond – slow and lyricalthird – moderate to fast and dancelikefourth – fast and lively
|The distinguishing characteristic of – form is the recurrence of a musical idea called a refrain that alternates with contrasting -.