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Exposition Intro 1st subject Bridge

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Sonata Form
Development

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Recapitulation Recap of 1st or second subjects or both Coda

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2nd subject Codetta Using 1st or second subject or both in dominant, subdominant or relative minor

Quick Test on Bars 1 - 44
• What interval is used in the opening motif?
A) Sixth.

• What is a Sequence? – A musical passage that
is repeated either up or down.

• What is a Pedal Note? - A repeating note that
is in the low instruments of the orchestra

• What key is the First Subject in? – G Minor • In the Bridge section, it modulates to Bb
Major

Quick Test on Bars 44-72
• These bar numbers are where the 2nd subject is. • The two instrumental families that have a musical conversation with each other are the String and the Woodwind sections. • This section is in the key of Bb Major

Second Subject (bars 44-72)
• New Theme (called the 2nd subject) in Bb major • More relaxed • Use of Semi-Tones • Bb Major perfect cadence link • String and Woodwind swap tune playing duties • Theme extended , Dom 7 chord – then use of cresc. And chromatic movement

Key Vocab
The Word
• • • • • • • • • • • Sonata Form Symphony Exposition Development Homophonic Recapitulation G Minor Sequence Modulation Primary Chords B Flat Major

The Defenition
• • • • • • • • • • • The Key of the Opening I IV and V Key of the Bridge/2nd Subject A work for orchestra A reminder of the original tune The original tune Intro-Exp-Dev-Recap-Coda Blocks of sound A change of key The tune develops A Tune, moved Up or Down

Learning Objectives
• MUST be able to identify through listening/discussion/performance the key musical points of the Codetta Section • SHOULD be able to identify through listening/discussion/performance be able to link the key point with sections earlier on in the movement • COULD able to discuss the use of composition devices to bring the exposition to a close

Watch This.......
• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXeI5j2 vPdU
• This video has clear headings. It also gives all the information about the different keys that the sections are in too.

Practical Performance 1
• As we have now completed the Exposition section of Mozart 40, I’d like you today to bring this all together by:• Putting the First Theme • Putting the Second Theme • Putting the Codetta ‘audio clue’ • Putting the Perfect Cadence Fest All into an Arrangement – with a spoken description of what you are playing and the characteristics of it

Answer honestly
• What I don’t understand about Mozart 40 is.......
• I am happy with ............. In the Mozart 40

• How can this be taught better to help you make progress?

Practical Performance 2
• We’re going to re-inact the Perfect Cadence fest (in different keys) • I want you to fully be able to recognise the ending of codetta section (of the exposition) by use of the Perfect Cadence fest. • We’re going to work in pairs, in different keys and assume to roles of V and I