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  1. page The Concerto edited ... classical concerto by: Israel Garza, Sergio Rodríguez and Álvaro Rodríguez. A classical co…
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    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.
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    by the soloist..soloist.
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    Videos
    Presentation:
    The Concerto Classical Music
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    Questions
    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

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  2. page The Concerto edited ... classical concerto by: Israel Garza, Sergio Rodríguez and Álvaro Rodríguez. A classical co…
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    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.
    ...
    by the soloist.soloist..
    {800px-Adolph_Menzel_Fl%C3%B6tenkonzert.jpg} {800px-Apo_Hsu_and_the_NTNU_Symphony_Orchestra_at_the_National_Concert_Hall.jpg}
    Videos
    Presentation:
    The Concerto Classical Music
    View more presentations from alvarorodriguez.
    Questions
    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

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  1. page Christoph W. Gluck edited ... c)2 d)1 ... version of Iphigénie en Tauride a) 1781 b) 1774 c) 1681 d) 9. …
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    c)2
    d)1
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    version of Iphigénie en Tauride
    a) 1781
    b) 1774
    c) 1681
    d)
    9.
    1581
    9.When did he wrote Armide?

    a) 1777
    b) 1577
    c) 1677
    d) 1477
    10)
    a)
    When did he wrote Les amours de Flore et Zéphire?
    a) 1759

    b) 1659
    c) 1359
    d) 1559
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Thursday, March 4

  1. page Franz Joseph Haydn edited ... {Haydn_4.jpg} {Haydn_3.jpg} Franz Joseph Haydn was an Austrian composer. He had born the 31…
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    Franz Joseph Haydn was an Austrian composer. He had born the 31th March of 1732 in Rohrau, a village near the border of Hungary, and he dead the 31th May 1809 in Vienna. Haydn’s brother called Michael Haydn and was also a composer. He was a very good friend of Mozart and a teacher for Beethoven. Haydn’s father was Mathias Haydn, a wheelwright (person who repairs wheels). His mother, Maria, was a cooker in the palace of Count Harrach.
    AHaydn's job title was kapellmeister, that is music diredtor. A lot of
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    masses, etc… All the works of Haydn was listed in a catalogue, called Hoboken Catalogue and was prepared by Anthony van Hoboken, and from this, the name of the catalogue.
    He had a great sense of humor and in some concerts he makes jokes. He had an illness called smallpox and his face was deformed but in spite of that he had the love of some pretty women.
    Where was Haydn´s born?
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  2. page Franz Joseph Haydn edited ... Franz Joseph Haydn was an Austrian composer. He had born the 31th March of 1732 in Rohrau, a v…
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    Franz Joseph Haydn was an Austrian composer. He had born the 31th March of 1732 in Rohrau, a village near the border of Hungary, and he dead the 31th May 1809 in Vienna. Haydn’s brother called Michael Haydn and was also a composer. He was a very good friend of Mozart and a teacher for Beethoven. Haydn’s father was Mathias Haydn, a wheelwright (person who repairs wheels). His mother, Maria, was a cooker in the palace of Count Harrach.
    A lot of persons thought that he was the father of the symphony and other thought that is a father of the string quartet. He was an expert of sonatas and string quartets but also wrote some concertos, masses, etc…
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    his face was deformed but in spite of that he had the love of some pretty women.
    Where was Haydn´s born?
    a) Rinom
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  3. page Franz Joseph Haydn edited ... Franz Joseph Haydn was an Austrian composer. He had born the 31th March of 1732 in Rohrau, a v…
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    Franz Joseph Haydn was an Austrian composer. He had born the 31th March of 1732 in Rohrau, a village near the border of Hungary, and he dead the 31th May 1809 in Vienna. Haydn’s brother called Michael Haydn and was also a composer. He was a very good friend of Mozart and a teacher for Beethoven. Haydn’s father was Mathias Haydn, a wheelwright (person who repairs wheels). His mother, Maria, was a cooker in the palace of Count Harrach.
    A lot of persons thought that he was the father of the symphony and other thought that is a father of the string quartet. He was an expert of sonatas and string quartets but also wrote some concertos, masses, etc…
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    illness called smallpox.smallpox and his face deformed
    Where was Haydn´s born?
    a) Rinom
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  4. page Franz Joseph Haydn edited ... Franz Joseph Haydn Buena View more presentations from Brunocurra. {Haydn_4.jpg} {Haydn_3…
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    Franz Joseph Haydn Buena
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    {Haydn_3.jpg}
    {Haydn_3.jpg}
    Franz Joseph Haydn was an Austrian composer. He had born the 31th March of 1732 in Rohrau, a village near the border of Hungary, and he dead the 31th May 1809 in Vienna. Haydn’s brother called Michael Haydn and was also a composer. He was a very good friend of Mozart and a teacher for Beethoven. Haydn’s father was Mathias Haydn, a wheelwright (person who repairs wheels). His mother, Maria, was a cooker in the palace of Count Harrach.
    A lot of persons thought that he was the father of the symphony and other thought that is a father of the string quartet. He was an expert of sonatas and string quartets but also wrote some concertos, masses, etc…
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