Deborah F. answered 12d
College music instructor makes music theory fun to learn!
The list of pieces selected for performance in a classical concert is called a program. The program typically lists the title of the work(s) and composer. If the composition has several sections such as a piano piece, the selection will be subdivided into movements. An example would be the title, opus number, then the sections, such as Allegro, Andante, and Presto which indicate the tempos of each section that the composer has labeled. Audience members should wait until all the sections of the piece has been performed before applauding at the end of a composition.