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  • Created on: 11-09-14 16:51
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  • And The Glory Of The Lord- Handel
    • Perfroming Forces
      • Soprano
        • Mezzo
          • Tenors
            • Basses
      • Strings
        • Continuo
      • Often Doubles vocal lines
    • Structure
      • Orchestral Introduction called ritornello
      • Differnet combinations of the four motifs
        • 1.And the glory the glory of the lord: first sung by altos in key of A major
          • 2.Shall be revealed. First sung by the tenors. This motif uses a descending sequence and a melisma on the word revealed
            • 3.And all flesh shall see it together. First sung by the altos
              • 4. for the mouth of the lord hath spoken it. first sung by the tenors and basses
    • Rhythm, Metre and Tempo
      • Dance Like metre of 3/4
        • Fast tempo
          • has a general pause.
            • There are hemiolas
              • Rhythm, Metre and Tempo
                • Dance Like metre of 3/4
                  • Fast tempo
                    • has a general pause.
                      • There are hemiolas
      • Tonality and Harmony
        • Piece in A major
          • It Modulates to two relevant keys: the dominant E Major and the supertonic B Majoir
            • The work ends in a plagal cadence in A Major
            • The harmony is diatonic
        • The harmony is diatonic
      • Texture
        • Most of the piece alternates between homophonic and contrapuntal
          • There is a very short monophonic passage in bars 108-109
            • Uses imitation
              • Texture
                • Most of the piece alternates between homophonic and contrapuntal
                  • There is a very short monophonic passage in bars 108-109
                    • Uses imitation

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