Chapter 9- part two
Chapter 9- part two MUS 200-0003
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Chapter 9 Con nueduu 0 Genre of chamber music for solo piano or solo instrument accompanied by piano 0 More sonatas published in the 18th century than any other genre 0 Three of four movement fastslowminuetscherzofast Performed by professionals and armatures often used for piano students 0 Large scale genre for instrumental soloist and orchestra Intended for public audiences Three movements fastslowfast cadenza o Incorporate themes from the movement Opportunity for soloist to show off 0 Often improvised Mozart credited with creating the modern piano concerto Mozart Piano Concerto in C Major Ternary Form slow lyrical Rise of Opera Buffa comic Opera Realistic characters Recitative and aria Fast changes in mood Moves smoothly between styles 0 Use of vocal ensembles Multiple characters often sing simultaneously 0 Each character responds to the dramatic action Ensemble often closes a scene or act 0 Typi es the more democratic spirit of the late 18th century 0 Master of classical opera Wrote Italian opera seria modern opera buffa and German singspiel Singspiel spoken dialogue and songs 0 Created a new kind of opera that mixed serious and comic elements to powerful effects le nozze di garo Don Giovanni Lorenzo da pointe wrote most of the libeerttos for Mozart s opera 0 Don Giovanni 1787 Based on the story of Don Juan Drama critical of aristocracy Premiere in Prague Opera Buffa with serious elements too rape and murder depth of characters Music used to communicate additional information about the characters and dramatic action 4 Characters A Don Giovanni aristocrat B Leporello servant to Don Giovanni C Donna Anna a virtuous woman one of many conquests D Commandant elderly father of Donna Anna Is Musical Cues 0 Pattern song for leporello o Rising lines for the Nobel character Don and Donna o Tremolo and minor key for foreboding o Held diminished chord for fateful blow IE Vocal Ensembles 0 Effective dramatic tool to express multiple characters emotions responses at once 0 Often ends the scene of act Bum bum bum bum bum bum trill bum bum bum bum BUM bum slow 0 Known as the quotemperorquot because of its famous theme Melody composed in response to military and political events Honored emperor Franz II 0 Tune served as national anthems for Austria and Germany 0 Used as a protestant hymn o The Emperor s Hymn was Haydn s favorite composition 393 Theme and variations form 393 Theme played by the rst violin chordal accompaniment Lack of polyphony bum bum bum bum bum bum bum trill 393 Variation 1 theme in 2nCI violin 1st violin embellishes with counterpoint Hear two violins playing together one higher and one lower 393 Variation 2 theme in cello others provide counterpoint against it lower than violin 393 Variation 3 theme in viola other instruments enter gradually in telescopic manner 393 Variation 4 theme returns to 1st violin but now accompaniment is more contrapuntal than chordal
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