1. Name the three sections in sonata form, in order.
- Exposition, development, Coda
- Exposition, Development, Recapitulation
- Intro, chorus, outro
- Exposition, Recapitulation, Development
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2. State 2 ways Mozart increases tension in the bridge/transition?
- Full orchestra with horns, strong sfz
- I would answer but I can't even be bothered to guess
- Plays quieter, violins use trem.
- Diminuendo, Timpani play
3. How do the 2nd violins help the 1st violins in the first subject
- They play an octave below
- They pat them on the head with their bows, getting rosin in their hair and starting what can only be described a WW3
- They play the same notes
- They play and hold the tonic note
4. What's unusual about the percussion section
- There isn't one.
- There are only Timpanis
- They have a cymbal part
- They need 3 players
5. What is the key of the 2nd subject when first heard?
- Bflat major
- B major
- E major
- Eflat minor
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