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An instruments-only piece played at the opening of an opera is known as a/an
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User: An instruments-only piece played at the opening of an opera is known as a/an

Weegy: An instruments-only piece played at the opening of an opera is known as an overture.
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User: The rigaudon is a fast, often cheerful dance in _______ meter.

Weegy: The rigaudon is a fast, often cheerful dance in duple meter.
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User: Handel's first operatic hit, which premiered in London in 1711, was

Weegy: Handel's first operatic hit, which premiered in London in 1711, was Rinaldo.
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User: The main theme of a fugue is called the

Weegy: The main theme of a fugue is called the subject.
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User: All of the following instruments would be likely to play the basso continuo in a Baroque musical piece except the A. cello. B. violin. C. harpsichord. D. lute.

Weegy: All of the following instruments would be likely to play the basso continuo in a Baroque musical piece except the: lute.
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