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Architecture Recalled ancient classical U.S. Capital Monticello
Classical Architecture and Music
Sonata Form tonic theme 1 theme 2 transition 1 usually repeated theme 2 transition 2 theme 1 recapitulation development exposition
Sections Always Present in Sonata Form Movements ExpositionDevelopmentRecapitulation IV or IIIV or III(X)V 7 I
The Exposition Introduces Main Ideas Contains Motion from Tonic to a Related Key. Principal Key Section I : Transition IV/V. Secondary Key Section V. Closing Section
The Development V or III(X)V 7
The Recapitulation Restates Ideas from the Exposition Restates Related Key Material in the Tonic. Principal Key Section I : Transition IV7IV7. Secondary Key Section I. Closing Section
Sections Sometimes Present in Sonata Form Movements ExpositionDevelopmentRecapitulation IV or IIIV or III(X)V 7 I IV7IV7 IntroductionCoda
“[My pay is] too much for what I do, too little for what I could do.” — Mozart
Review of Overall Form Exposition IV or III Development V or III(X)V 7 Recapitulation IIV7IV7 IntroductionCoda
Classical Period Forms Movement Cycles & Sonata Allegro.
Classical Music Sonata Form.
Sonata Form Classical Period. Sonata form The sonata is broken up into the following sections: –1 st movement: Allegro –2 nd movement: Slow –3rd movement:
Chapter 12: The Symphony Sonata Form. Key Terms Sonata form Slow introduction (optional) Exposition Development Recapitulation Coda (optional)
Instruments of the Orchestra Part three: The Classical Symphony.
Unit 4: Classical
General Characteristics of Classical Music Balance and proportion Clarity and accessibility Simple, logical and clear harmonies Shorter phrases “Simpler”
HAYDN 3 Symphony No. 26 in D minor, Lamentatione: movement i.
Binary Form Just like in computing studies where the two digit pattern (0 or 1) is called Binary. Music that is in TWO parts is said to be in Binary Form.
Cultural movement modeled after Classical Antiquity Classical Antiquity- emphasis on Greece during the time of Homer and the decline of the.
Instruments of the Symphony Orchestra Background Mozart wrote his Symphony #40 in 1788 in Vienna. It has been nick-named the “Great G-Minor Symphony.”
Classical Period Forms. Sonata Allegro - Review Exposition Exposition Development Development Recapitulation Recapitulation Coda Coda.
The Classical Period (c ) Composers of the Viennese School Composers of the Viennese School Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ( ) Wolfgang Amadeus.
Beethoven / Kant Time and Space Thomas Mastroianni December 14, 2010.
Chapter 13: Other Classical Genres
Mozart Symphony No 40 in G minor. The essay question - melody Well proportioned/balanced melody lines Regular 4 bar phrases Contrasting melodies in the.
Classical Music = ??? Active but often “nameless” period – sometimes known as “Pre-Classical” or GALLANT STYLE or Rococo C.P.E. Bach.
Piano Concerto in G Major, K453,. a work for instruments (usually orchestra) that features a soloist or group of soloists like the sonata and symphony,
M100: Music Appreciation Discussion Group Ben Tibbetts, T.A. Welcome! Please sign the attendance at the front of the room.
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