Brandenburg Concerto No.5 in D major, 3rd Movement

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  • Created by: benp27
  • Created on: 11-04-18 14:19

1. Describe the texture of this piece

  • Contrapuntal, but with fugal moments
  • Fugal and contrapuntal with elements of monophonic and homophonic
  • Entirely fugal
  • Almost entirely homophonic, but with elements of contrapuntal and heterophonic
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2. What are terraced dynamics?

  • Soft when texture is thin and loud when texture is thick
  • Always loud dynamics, except when the harpsichord is playing
  • Always loud dynamics
  • Only soft when another instrument is soloing

3. Which of the following instruments is NOT in the Brandenburg Concerto?

  • Classical guitar
  • Harpsichord
  • Flute
  • Violin

4. What is a basso continuo?

  • A harpsichord or accompaniment part playing a single bass line with figured bass
  • A piano playing chords with a violin solo
  • A harpsichord playing a high pitched melody with a cello playing a repeating bass line

5. How is the concerto grosso split?

  • Five movements: Fast - slow - violin solo - slow - fast
  • Four movements: Fast - slow - uplifting - fast
  • Three movements: Fast - slow - fast
  • Two movements: Fast - slow


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