Structure in Mozart's Piano Sonata

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1. How many main ideas are there in the second subject?

  • 4 (at bars 23,39, 50, and 59)
  • 5 (at bars 23, 39, 45, 50, and 59)
  • 2 (at bars 23 and 50)
  • 3 (at bars 23, 39, and 50)
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2. What is the sonata form often connected with?

  • The late Baroque period
  • The Classical period
  • The early Baroque period

3. What chords are in the development?

  • F, Gm, Fm, and Cm
  • F, Fm, and Cm
  • F, Gm, Fm, Cm, and G
  • F, Gm, and Fm

4. Where does the exposition end?

  • Bar 93
  • Bar 63
  • Bar 73
  • Bar 23

5. In which order do the three sections of a sonata come in?

  • Recapitulation, Development, Exposition
  • Recapitulation, Exposition, Development
  • Exposition, Recapitulation, Development
  • Development, Recapitulation, Exposition
  • Exposition, Development, Recapitulation
  • Development, Exposition, Recapitulation

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