Chapter 8, October 21
Chapter 8, October 21 MUS 200-0003
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Chapter 8 Classical Forms M 3 part musical form in which the third section is a repeat of the rst Wstandard repertoire contrapuntal form in which the individual voices enter and each in turn duplicates exactly the same melody that the rst person played or sang Wmoderate dance in triple meter though actually danced in patterns of 6 steps with no upbeat but with the highly symmetrical phrasing Stately dance in triple meter Became a stylized movement in instrumental classical music Svevlgeyvagvmminstrumental work for a small ensemble originally intended as a light entertainment in the evening W3 performers Services as a contrasting B section a second minuet in triple meter Originally played by three instruments Resulted in a largescale ternary form A Minuet B Trio A Minuet Abe Cdc Aba Mozart Eine Kleine Nachtmusik 1 787 Movement Ill Minuetto 0 Musical character of A Staccato louder 0 Musical character of B Legato softer QQVdVaVLquottallquot the nal and concluding section of a musical composition chnter most potion of sonata allegro Thematic material is developed Most conformational and unstable section Thematic material from exposition is developed First theme developed brie y abrupt change closing theme developed multiple modulations Rising scales in unison Win fugue opening section in which each voice in turn has the opportunity to present the subject Presents thematic material Themes return usually in original order of appearance during Recapitulation Whemes return usually in original order Stresses tonic key WUdominant pitch held in violins and then bass Wreparing to rerun to the opening material and tonic key Mend of develops section where tonality becomes stabilized on the dominant in preparation for the return of the tonic Wa light multimovement piece for strings alone or a small orchestra Intended for an evening s entertainment Often performed outdoors Used for small orchestras Fits into the 3rOI movement ternary form Wdramatic musical form of the classical and romantic periods involving an exposition development and recapitulation with optional intro and conch Used in all rst movements of sonata cycles Originated during classical period A piece for solo instrument Section 1 of chart Very dramatic form Three major sections exposition development and recapitulation Wm end of the development section where the tonality often becomes stabilized on the dominant of preparation of return of tonic Sounds harmonically unstable but returns to tonic key Mozart Eiene Kleine Nazhtmusik1 787 Movement I Sonata form 0 First tonal area themes 3 contrasting ideas quotPleasing varietyquot Aggressive mood forte area and closing material are in the tonic key Transition bridge moves the music forward modulates to new key Second tonal area theme quieter lighter piano Closing material cheerful brings closure to the end of the exposition Recapitulation Themes from the exposition returns but now the second tonal Wmusical form in which a theme continually returns but is varied by changing the notes of the melody the harmony the rhythm and some other feature of music Wa musical form consisting of two units A and B constructed to balance and compliment each other Wshowy passage for the soloist opening near the end of movement in concerto EjAnvajevgflast movement of only multimovement genre of classical music Final movement of symphony Wmust have three statement of the refrain Form Mood Tempo 1 SonataAllegro Serious and Fast substantive 2 Ternary theme Lyrical Slow and variations or rondo 3 Ternary form Usually light and Moderate and lively minuet and trio ABA triple form elegant sometimes spirited dancelike movement 4 Sonataallegro Bright Fast theme and lighthearted variations rondo sometimes humorous 0 Standard of form helped listeners understand new music 0 Common 4 movements plan used in instrumental music of Classical Era Created natural simplicity audiences knew what to expect Suited audience very well
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