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Solo (music): Quiz


Question 1: All the types of solo mentioned above in instrumental music have their parallels in vocal and ________ music.
OperaBaroque musicMass (music)Choir

Question 2: The plural is soli or the ________ form solos.
AnglicisationCultural assimilationGermanisationChristianization

Question 3: A piece written for a single performer is referred to as a solo, often qualified by instrument, as piano solo or ________ solo.
Western concert fluteAlto fluteFlutePiccolo

Question 4: These are common for polyphonic instruments such as the piano, organ, harpsichord or ________.
IrelandUnited KingdomEnglandHarp

Question 5: In ________ a solo refers to a "crowd-pleasing" improvised melody[1] played by a single or featured performer and may also refer to a drum solo.
Thirty-two-bar formSong structure (popular music)Musical formPopular music

Question 6: In ________, a solo (from the Italian: solo, meaning alone, even though assolo is now used in Italy when referring to the musical solo) is a piece or a section of a piece played or sung by a single performer.
Musical notationMusicClassical musicMusic theory

Question 7: A ________ is a piece written for generally one but occasionally more instrumental musicians and is intended to be performed accompanied by an orchestra
BassoonCelloCello concertoConcerto

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