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Symphony No. 41 (Mozart): Quiz

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Question 1: The ________ first movement's exposition begins with contrasting motifs, a tutti outburst followed by a lyrical response.
Musical formClassical period (music)Variation (music)Sonata form

Question 2: A remarkable characteristic of this symphony is the five-voice ________ (representing the five major themes) at the end of the fourth movement.
FugueJohann PachelbelBaroque musicJohann Sebastian Bach

Question 3: Scholars are certain Mozart studied ________'s Symphony No. 28 in C major, which also has a fugato in its finale.
Joseph HaydnClassical period (music)Wolfgang Amadeus MozartMichael Haydn

Question 4:     c #37 now attributed to ________.
Michael HaydnClassical period (music)Joseph HaydnWolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Question 5: Symphony No. 41: Free scores at the ________.
International Music Score Library ProjectSpanish languageEnglish languageMcGill University

Question 6:     b #3 now attributed to ________.
Christian Ferdinand AbelCarl Friedrich AbelWolfgang Amadeus MozartJohann Christian Bach

Question 7: The four-note theme is a common plainchant motif which can be traced back at least as far as the ________'s Missa Pange lingue from the sixteenth century.
Josquin des PrezJohannes OckeghemPierre de La RueMass (music)

Question 8: The second movement, also in sonata form, is a sarabande of the French type in F major similar to those found in the keyboard suites of ________.
Johann Sebastian BachBaroque musicJohann PachelbelFugue

Question 9: ________ completed his Symphony No. 41 in C major, K. 551, on 10 August 1788.
Mozart piano concertosMozart family grand tourKöchel catalogueWolfgang Amadeus Mozart







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