Symphony no.40 was written in;
How many movements does a Symphony have?
The families of the orchestra in the Classical period are;
Strings, woodwind, brass and percussion
Strings, woodwind and brass.
Strings, woodwind, brass and timpani.
Sonata form is:
A large scale form invented in the Classical era
A small scale form invented in the Classical era.
A large scale form invented in the Baroque era
A small scale form invented in the Romantic era
The structure of the 1st movement of Symphony no.40 in G minor is:
Minuet and Trio
What is the correct order for the structure of Sonata form?
Recapitulation, exposition, development
Exposition, recapitulation, development.
Recapitulation, development, exposition
Exposition, development, recapitulation
In the exposition, the main themes are called:
Idea 1, link, idea 2
1st subject, bridge, 2nd subject.
1st motif, link, 2nd motif
Section 1, bridge, section 2
A motif is used in the development section. A motif is;
A fragment of melody from subject 1 or 2.
The repeated melody from subject 1 or 2.
The chordal structure from subject 1 or 2.
A fragment of the rhythm from subject 1 or 2.
The section at the end of the recapitulation is called the;
Which woodwind instrument part was later added to Symphony no.40 in G minor?
Describe the tempo of the 1st movement.
Molto allegro (very fast)
Andante (at a moderate walking pace)
How many notes does the opening motif use?
A sequence is;
A repeated phrase that ascends and descends one note at a time
A repeated phrase that ascends two notes at a time.
A repeated phrase that ascends and descends 3 notes at time.
A repeated phrase that descends four notes at a time.
In the first movement of Symphony no.40 in G minor, the key of first subject is;
In the first movement of Symphony no.40 in G minor, the tonality of the second subject is;
If the notes that are played are sustained, this means that;
The notes are held on.
Short notes are played.
Sharp notes are played.
Smooth notes are played.
If the dynamics are 'Forte', this means that the music is;
If the chords are played 'Sforzando ', this means that the dynamics of the music are;
At the end of the bridge passage, a dominant pedal is used.
A characteristic of the 2nd subject is semitones appear frequently in the melody.
In the 2nd subject, the bass part moves chromatically. This means that it moves by;
Both whole tones and semitones
If the notes in the codetta section are augemented, this means that;
More instruments play the notes.
The original note values have doubled in value.
No change to the note values.
The original note values have halved in value.
The music of the development section is based on which motif;
The opening motif of the first subject
The second motif of the first subject
The opening motif of the second subject
The second motif of the second subject
If a musical passage is described as 'scalic', this means that;
The notes of the triad are played in an ascending or descending pattern
The notes of the scale are played in a ascending or descending pattern.
The same note is played repeatedly.
Random notes of the scale are played.
A counter-melody is;
A melody played before the main melody
A melody played at the same time against another melody
A melody played after the main melody
In the recapitulation the first subject is;
In the recapitulation section, the key of the 2nd subject is;
Which cadence type of is used throughout the movement?
Exploration of keys is a feature of which section of Sonata form?
The texture of the 'tutti' section at the end of the coda is homophonic. Explain what 'tutti' and 'homophonic' mean.
Every part plays the same parts at different times.
Every part plays different parts at different times.
Every part plays different parts at the same time.
Every part plays the same part at the same time.