The classical concerto by: Israel Garza, Sergio Rodríguez and Álvaro Rodríguez.

A classical concerto is a three-movement work for an instrumental soloist and orchestra. It combines the soloist's virtuosity and interpretive abilities with the orchestra's wide range of tone colour and dynamics. Emerging from this encounter is a contrast of ideas and sound that is deamatic and satisfying.
The classical love of balance can be seen in the concerto, wher soloist and orchestra are equally important. Solo instruments in classical concertos include violin, cello, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, horn and piano. Concertos can last anywhere from 20 to 45 minutes, and it has three movements: (1)fast, (2)slow, and (3)fast. A concerto has no minuet or scherzo.
Int the first movement and sometimes in the last movement, there is a special unaccompanied showpiece for the soloist, the cadenza. The soloist will be able to display virtuosity by playing dazzling scale passages and broken chords. Themes of the movement are varied and presentd in new keys. At the end of a cadenza, the soloist plays a long trill followed by a chord that meshes with the re-entrance of the orchestra. Cadenzas are improvised by the soloist.


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1) A special unaccompanied showpiece for the soloist
-The cadenza
-the wave
-the thing
-he cadeca

2) Concertos can last anywhere from
-20 to 45
-30 A 45
-31 A 50
-43 A 44

3) three movements
-fast,slow,and fast
-slow,fast,fast
-fast,normal,slow
-normal,fast,fast

4) Cadenzas are improvised by the
-Piano player
-Solist
-Organist
-Singer

5) Solo instruments in classical concertos include
-Vilon
-Organ
-Player
-Gong

6) A classical concerto is a
-three-movement
-four-movement
-five-movement
-six-movement

7) A classical concerto is a three-movement work for an instrumental soloist and
-Orchestra
-Cadenza
-Concerto
-Classical

8) At the end of a cadenza, the soloist plays a long trill followed by a:
-
Chord
- Orchestra
- Vilon
- Solist


9) Themes of the movement are varied and presentd in:
- New keys

- New instruments
- Cadenza
- Fast movements

10) A concerto has:
-
no minuet or scherzo.
- no Orchestra and Cadenza
- no Vilon and Organ
- no instruments