Symphony No. 40 I :
Which of the following instrument groups is NOT heard in this selection?
How does the tempo change between the first and second themes in the exposition?
The tempo does not change, but there is a pause in the music.
How does the bridge passage in the recapitulation differ from the exposition?
It is longer.
Symphony No. 40 II:
This movement is written in _________ form.
Introduced by the violins, the main rhythmic motive of the movement is
a two-note pattern.
What is the mood of this movement?
Symphony No 40 III:
This movement is a
What is the form of the movement?
Which of the following statements is true about the meter of this movement?
It is in 3/4 throughout.
Symphony No 40 IV:
This movement is in __________ form.
sonata Haydn: Symphony No. 94 in G Major, Surprise, II
What musical element, popular in the baroque period, is prominent in the first theme?
The opening of the development section features the orchestra playing
What is the texture of the exposition? the development?