Other than that its a nice quiz, not too many classical music quizzes
As the Harvard Dictionary of Music points out, the term 'sonata form' is somewhat misleading since it refers to a single movement, not an entire sonata. 'Sonata-allegro' is sometimes used as a more specific term, whether or not the movement is marked 'allegro.' Having said that, I believe you are correct that simply 'sonata from' is a better choice for that answer.
and have taught here for over 60 years, so my music terminology is American based. Most of my ancestors are from U.K. and I am somewhat of an Anglophile. Where are you from?
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