Never-Ending Book Quiz
From Haruki Murakami's The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle:
"Most of the time, the power of fate played on like a quiet and monotonous ground bass, coloring only the edges of his life."
Ground bass is a musical term which refers to a relatively short, repetitive bass line which serves as a foundation for variations in the composition.
Which of the following musical works makes use of the ground bass?
Choose the correct answer:Blue Rondo à la Turk by Dave Brubeck Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel Goldberg Variations by J. S. Bach "Moonlight" Sonata (Piano Sonata No.14) by Ludwig van Beethoven
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