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Which type of concerto was most popular in the Romantic period?
A. concerto grosso
B. solo concerto**
C. Concertos were not popular in the Romantic period.
D. none of the above

Brahms emphasized the importance of the piano by including the cadenza in what part of the first movement of his Piano Concerto No. 2?
A. beginning
B. middle
C. end**
D. repeated throughout

How many movements did Johannes Brahms include in his Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major, op. 83?
A. one
B. two**
C. three
D. four

The tempos in a concerto usually follow what type of pattern from one movement to the next?
A. fast, slow, fast**
B. fast, slow, slow
C. slow, fast, slow
D. slow, fast, fast

What is the meter form of a scherzo?
A. 3/4
B. 4/4
C. 2/4**
D. 5/4

What does virtuosity mean?
A. improvisation
B. exceptional talent and skill level**
C. passages that represent the style period
D. a tribute to the composer

Which type of composition was most likely to feature virtuosic playing in the Romantic period?
A. piano trio
B. concerto**
C. symphony
D. opera

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