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Single Movement Sonata Form
- Optional Introduction
- Exposition of theme 1, theme 2
- Recapitulation of theme 1. theme 2
The first section in sonata form, containing the statement of the principal themes. Also, the first section in a fugue, in which the principal theme or subject is presented imitatively.
In general sense, the elaboration of musical material through various procedures. Also, the second section of a movement in sonata form.
The third section of sonata form, which restates the themes form the exposition.
The concluding section of a musical work or individual movement, often leading to a final climax and coupled with an increased tempo.
Theme and variations
A form based on a single theme and its subsequent repetition, with each new statement varied in some way from the original.
Minuet and Trio?
- A form employed in the third movement of many classical symphonies, cast in a stately triple meter and ternary form. (ABA)
- (third movement of 4 movement set)
Literally, "joke" A sprightly humorous instrumental piece, swift in tempo; developed by Beethoven to replace minuet.
sonata for orchestra
- Work written for
- 1 piano with violin and cello. Can be for 3 pianos but that is rare
- work written for
- violin, viola, cello and piano
- (one piano and strings)
string quartet and piano. can be 5 pianos but that is rare.
A chamber ensemble consisting of a first and second violin, viola and cello; also the form which is a sonata for these instruments
The first or most eminent performance of work.
An extended alternating form often employed in the fourth movement of classical symphonies; generally spirited and playful.
eighteenth or early nineteenth century piano
- Motives-(short themes or parts of themes
- Modulation-frequent changing tonal centers
The conductor is responsible for?
- Phrasing-the degree to which lines are played smoothly or detached.
- Articulation-the way a musician starts and stops each note.
A section of music, usually in a concerto, played in an improvisatory style by a solo performer without orchestral accompaniment.
two notes played back and forth fast
First Movements in Concertos follow....?
Composer of chamber music with guitar (flute)
- Missa in Augustiis (Mass in time of peril)
- The Nelson Mass
- The Creation
- Le Nozzo di Figaro (Italian comic)
- Don Giovanni (Italian Comic)
- Cosi Fan Tutte (Italian Comic)
- Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail (Abuduction from the Seraglio) (German)
- Die Zauberflote (Magic Flute) (Germen)
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