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Grade 6 Classical - 1750-1830
He wrote the Surprise Symphony.
  1. L. v. Beethoven
  2. F. F. Chopin
  3. H. J. Potter
  4. F. J. Haydn
Grade 6 Classical - 1750-1830
Which of the following is a famous Classical Composer?
  1. Mozart
  2. Tchaikovsky
  3. Bach
  4. Hammerstein
Grade 6 Classical - 1750-1830
Grade 6 Classical - 1750-1830
The Classical Period lasted from:
  1. 1750-1820
  2. 2000-Present
  3. 1820-1910
  4. March 5th- August 15th
Grade 6 Classical - 1750-1830
Grade 6 Classical - 1750-1830
The size of the Classical Orchestra was:
  1. Bigger than that of the Baroque Period.
  2. Smaller than that of the Baroque Period.
  3. The same size as that of the Baroque Period.
  4. Nonexistent.
Grade 6 Classical - 1750-1830
"Neo" means new.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 Classical - 1750-1830
Which of the following is not true about Classical Period?
  1. Music contained balanced musical phrases.
  2. There were bigger orchestras
  3. The music was less fancy than Baroque.
  4. The music was less organized.
Grade 6 Classical - 1750-1830
Compared to Baroque, what was different about the Classical Period of music?
  1. The music was fancy than the Baroque period.
  2. The orchestras had women players.
  3. Musical phrases were neat and balanced.
  4. Musical phrases were imbalanced.
Grade 6 Classical - 1750-1830
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