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Musical composition for a solo instrument?

They can vary. They can either be called:ConcertoOrIntroduction and allegro


What do a symphony and a concerto have in common?

Both are works for full orchestra and have multiple movements (a symphony usually has 4, and a concerto has 3).


Numbered musical piece?

A numbered musical piece might be called a concerto, an opus, or a composition. It could also be called a symphony.


What is the solo part within a concerto or symphony called?

Usually just the solo, but a showier passage with little or no backing is a 'cadenza'.


The classical concerto differs from the symphony in that it does not have a movement that the symphony has. What is that movement?

As a general rule, a classical symphony has four movements and a classical concerto has three. The nature of their respective first movements and finales is likely to be similar in each case. Each genre will also usually have a slower, more lyrical movement. What a symphony will also have, and a concerto will lack, is a movement cast as a minuet and trio or scherzo and trio.


What are the four sections of the symphony orchestra?

The four sections of a symphony orchestra are woodwinds, brass, strings, and percussion.


What are three compositions by Beethoven?

Choral symphony is the most famous symphony by Beethoven. From the concerto genre, he composed the phenomenal Emperor Concerto. Hammerklavier (Op 106) is the most technically demanding sonata for the piano by Beethoven.


What were the major instrumental forms of the romantic and classical periods?

symphony, concerto, sonata


What Mozart concerto did Herbie Hancock play with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at age 11?

Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 5, Mvt. 1.


What is a musical piece in which one solo instrument(such as piano or violin ) is ac accompained by orchestra?

A concerto is a work in three movements, rather than the four movements of a symphony, in which a solo instrument or ensemble is accompanied by an orchestra. The concerto developed earlier than the symphony. As in the symphony, the first movement of the classical concerto is generally in sonata-allegro form, followed by a slow movement and a finale usually in rondo form. The concerto had arisen in the Baroque period, in two types. One was the concerto grosso, in which a small ensemble within the orchestra is contrasted to and accompanied by the full complement. The other was the solo concerto as described.


What is a musical piece in which one solo instrument(such as piano or violin ) is ac accompanied by orchestra?

A concerto is a work in three movements, rather than the four movements of a symphony, in which a solo instrument or ensemble is accompanied by an orchestra. The concerto developed earlier than the symphony. As in the symphony, the first movement of the classical concerto is generally in sonata-allegro form, followed by a slow movement and a finale usually in rondo form. The concerto had arisen in the Baroque period, in two types. One was the concerto grosso, in which a small ensemble within the orchestra is contrasted to and accompanied by the full complement. The other was the solo concerto as described.


What are five major elements of the Baroque style?

concerto, opera, sonata, cantatas, and symphony