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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
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CLASSICAL FORMS Old forms and new forms will be discussed in detail later Usually though instrumentals will have four movements (1. FAST 2. Slow 3. Dance-related.
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Classical Music = ??? Active but nameless period – known as Pre- Classical or GALLANT STYLE or Rococo C.P.E. Bach – more famous than.
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