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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
AoS 1: Classical Music The Classical Era (c – 1830) Set work 2: W.A. Mozart: 1 st movement from Symphony No. 40 in G minor.
Classical Music Sonata Form.
Mozart: “Symphony No. 40 in G minor Area of Study 1
The Classical Period (c ) Composers of the Viennese School Composers of the Viennese School Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ( ) Wolfgang Amadeus.
Classical Concerto Solo instrument and orchestra Three movements –Fast - sonata-allegro with double exposition –Slow - lyric - in key close to tonic.
Classical Music Higher Music.
The Classical Era ( ) The Enlightenment:
Classical Music The Classical Style Malaspina Great Books.
Chapter 13: Other Classical Genres
General Characteristics of Classical Music Balance and proportion Clarity and accessibility Simple, logical and clear harmonies Shorter phrases “Simpler”
Chapter 12: The Symphony Sonata Form. Key Terms Sonata form Slow introduction (optional) Exposition Development Recapitulation Coda (optional)
Classical Period Classical Timeline Sonata Cycle Four movement plan common in symphonies, sonatas, and other works of the Classical period.
The Enjoyment of Music 10 th, Shorter Edition The Enjoyment of Music 10 th Shorter Edition.
This piece is arranged for Solo Piano, so the piano is the only instrumental resource.
Piano Concerto no 23 in A Major
© 2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved The World of Music 7 th edition Part 4 Listening to Western Classical Music Chapter 11: Music.
BEETHOVEN PIANO SONATA No. 3 in C Major, Op 2, No. 3 performed by GARRICK OHLSSON.
Classical Period Sonata Cycle Four movement plan common in symphonies, sonatas, and other works of the Classical period - FSDF.
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