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In opera, a brief musical phrase or idea connected to some person, event, or idea is known as a/an A. exposition. B. leitmotif. C. ode. D. overture.
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User: In opera, a brief musical phrase or idea connected to some person, event, or idea is known as a/an A. exposition. B. leitmotif. C. ode. D. overture.

Weegy: The answer is leitmotif.
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Weegy: Louis Moreau Gottschalk's "Union: Concert Paraphrase on National Airs" was written for piano.
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Weegy: According to Wagner, what was a fundamental error of conventional opera? A. The action on the stage reflecting what the orchestra already delivers
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