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Haydn was born in _____ and died in _____
Mozart was born in _____ and died in _____
Beethoven was born in _____ and died in _____
Haydn honed the _____ of _____ and _____ in his music.
Furthermore, Haydn established standards of _____, _____, _____, _____, and _____
_____ categorized Hayden's works by _____ through _____ _____
Haydn's royal patrons for almost _____ years (_____- _____ ) were the _____ from _____ , who lived in
_____ was a violinist who encouraged Hayden to go to _____ rather than stay in _____
The sonata-rondo form is _____, with A and B resembling the _____, C the _____, and B returning near the _____.
A prime example of this is Haydn's _____ movement from _____ _____ in _____ _____, written in _____, which is reminiscient of _____ _____ and is nicknames _____ _____ because of th
Haydn style is characterized by various _____, simple yet _____ accompaniment, economy in _____; _____, phrasing, and harmony; expansion and _____ of drama; wit; and differentiatio
Haydn is known as the father of the _____ because he set the pattern for later composers. All _____ movements were on the same key except for the _____ movement,
A typical Haydn symphony has: A _____ (speed) _____-form with a _____ (speed) introduction; a _____ movement; a _____ _____ _____; and a _____ finale in _____ or _____ form.
In Haydn's exemplary rondo, the refrain almost always returns in the _____, though the episodes _____. The idea contains _____ rhythmic motives. When the motives repeat Haydn gives
The refrain is in _____ _____ _____, and the melody is reminiscent of opera buffa because of its _____ _____ and _____ _____, as well as its _____ to _____ _____ and to _____ into
In 'The Joke' Haydn leaves chords momentarily _____, and plays with _____ _____
Haydn was born in the city of _____ , then moved to _____ , and eventually to _____
The principal sources of Haydn's style were _____ _____ , _____ style, and _____, as well as _____ _____, _____, and _____
A good example of a typical Haydn symphony is _____ No _____ in _____ _____, written in _____, played at _____ when Haydn got his _____
Haydn delineates form through contrasts in _____, _____, _____, and _____
Typical Haydn characteristics in the first movement of a symphony include a _____ introduction for the exposition, followed by a _____ theme, as well as beginning the _____ themati
In the exposition, the first theme has _____ distinct ideas set off by _____, _____, _____, and _____ _____.
Haydn delineated the form through _____ of _____ and _____. In the first movement a moment of high drama marked by _____ _____ is followed by a sweet closing theme in _____ _____ w
In the development Haydn combines and extends motives in _____, with close _____, _____ and _____, and then converts each motive into a _____ _____.
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2nd movements are often in _____ _____ without _____ and in later movements Haydn used _____ and _____. In Oxford, the movement is in modified _____ form (_____) with a _____ melod
The 2nd movement also shows contrasting _____ sections and _____ codas that are common in his _____ works. The 2nd movement usually offered _____ themes and _____ forms to contrast
The 3rd movement is a _____ and _____ in _____ form. Both dances are in _____ _____ _____ with _____. Unexpected _____, _____, _____, and changes of _____ _____ keep the listener o
The 4th movement is in _____ form, like many of his works from the _____ (year). Haydn uses _____ _____ from opera buffa to give his finale the character of a _____.
By enriching the _____ and _____ with _____, Haydn combined the learned style with _____ _____
In London Haydn was influenced by _____
_____ _____ _____ were Haydn's symphonies, similar to empfindsam style, written from _____ to _____
The Paris Symphonies were written from _____ to _____
Haydn's best known Oratorio, _____ _____, was written in _____ . One of the highlights of the piece is the sudden change from _____ _____ to _____ _____ later emulated by _____
Equally successful at around that time perido was _____ _____, which was written in_____
_____ _____ was the patron of Haydn's last two works, _____ and _____
Haydn gained braod appeal by devising themes that _____ _____, yet was enriched by _____. His main source of idiom was _____ _____ marked by _____ _____ in _____ _____, arranged in
Haydn also imitated the heightened _____ of empfindsam style from _____ _____
Mozart _____ many aspects of various _____ _____
Mozart was born in the city of _____ , then moved to _____
_____ catelogued Mozart's works by _____ of _____ in _____
Mozart's father was named _____ and he was a _____ and the _____ for _____
_____ was Mozart's sister
In _____ Mozart was scrutinized by _____ _____ from the _____ _____. The man presented Mozart with an _____ _____ and Mozart _____ _____ it perfectly and _____.
Mozart dropped his job as _____ to becomee a _____ _____
Mozart was educated by _____
Which composers were the principal influences on Mozart? _____ , _____ _____ and _____ , as well as _____, _____ _____, and _____
The Haydn Quartets were written by _____ from _____ to _____
The _____ movement of _____ _____ in _____ _____ exemplifies his style of his Vienna period. Mozart uses distinctive (contrasting) _____ and _____ to delineate the form.
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In the exposition of the first movement, the first theme is a _____ melody over _____ _____ which is then combined with imitation and _____, followed by a new melody in _____ style
Then there's a transition in _____ und _____ style, denoted by _____ style in _____ mode, _____ rhythms, _____ dynamics, _____ harmony, and strong _____.
The second theme starts in _____ _____ is immediately varied, which is followed by a dramatic extension after the second theme, and _____ closing material
Piano concertos: 1st movement was a _____ and _____ form, 2nd movement was a _____ _____, and 3rd movement was _____
The best example of this work is _____ _____ in _____ _____, written in _____.
Mozarts late symphonies were_____ with _____ endings. An example is _____ No _____ in _____ _____ (_____) written in_____.
In Symphony No 41 in C major, Mozart combines his style of '_____ and learned _____ ' with the _____ style and _____ form.
An example of Mozart's counterpoint is found in the fourth movement of Jupiter where all his principal motives combine in the _____.
_____ _____ _____ was a famous librettist who wrote _____ _____ _____ _____ , _____ _____ , and _____ _____ _____
The Marriage of Figaro was written in _____ , Don Giovanni in _____, Cosi Fan Tutte in _____ , and Die Zauberflote in _____
Don Giovanni mixes _____ _____ and _____ _____ by creating the _____ _____.
The French Revolution occurred from _____ to _____ and emphasized _____ , _____ _____ , and _____ _____
The _____ _____ was built in _____ as a response to the reform so that all would have a new and equal education
Beethoven was born in the city of _____ , _____ and then moved to _____ , _____
Beethoven's suicide note from _____ is called the _____ _____
The Eroica work is called _____ No _____ in _____ _____, and was written between _____ and _____
Beethoven's only opera was called _____ and was written in _____
Beethoven's Pathetique work was called _____ _____ in _____ _____, and was written in _____
The quartets written for the Russian ambassador in Vienna are known as the _____ _____
Beethoven's musical projection of his resolution to grapple with fate is called _____ No _____ in _____ _____, written in _____
Beethoven's character piece known as pastoral is called _____ No _____ in _____ _____, written between _____ and _____
Beethoven's unified 5-movement symphony is known as _____ _____ and was written between _____ and _____
Beethoven's choral symphony is called _____ No _____ in _____ _____, written between _____ and _____
Beethoven's string quartet with flexible structure is called _____ _____ in _____ _____

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