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28 August, 20:04

Listen to Mozart's setting of Rex tremendae majestatis! ("King of tremendous majesty!"). Which is a true statement? Group of answer choices The dynamics are predominantly pianissimo. The chorus sings a cappella. The line of text is repeated several times. The tenor and soprano sing a duet.

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  1. 28 August, 21:27
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    The line of text is repeated several times

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    The music starts forte and while there are some piano moments, it's not mostly in the pianissimo dynamic. The choir is not singing acapella, there are strings playing under them. There is no tenor and soprano duet. The line Rex tremendae majestatis! IS repeated several times.
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