Pavane and Galliard

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  • Pavane and Galliard
    • Resources
      • Any instrument can play this piece because it wasn't written for any specific instruments
  • Viols play in the recording
    • Resources
      • Any instrument can play this piece because it wasn't written for any specific instruments
  • Consort music (popular piece of music)
    • No dynamic markings- renaissance piece
      • Recorders often play this piece (title page)
        • Melody
          • Pavane and Galliard
          • Conjunct melody
            • Melody
            • Whenever the melody is disjunct (has a large leap), it is escaped in a stepwise movement in the opposite direction e.g. bar 24-25
              • Grief motif (bar 1) descending sequence falling from the tonic to the dominant
                • Extra decorations in the repeat of the piece
                  • Structure
                    • Uneven bars in the Pavane, e.g. bars 16, 17 then 26
                  • AABBCC
                    • Structure
                      • Uneven bars in the Pavane, e.g. bars 16, 17 then 26
                  • Even bars in the Gallard to make it more like a dance
                    • At the end of each section, there is a cadence of some sort e.g. a TDP and a phrygian cadence at bars 15-16
                      • Tonality
                        • Modulates to A major at one point
                      • 1st section of the Pavane- D major
                        • Tonality
                          • Modulates to A major at one point
                      • 2nd section of the Pavane- G major
                        • Harmony
                          • Dominant pedal bar 54
                        • Tonic pedal bar 34
                          • Harmony
                            • Dominant pedal bar 54
                        • Suspensions bar 3-5
                          • False relation bar 13-modal
                            • TDP right at the end of the galliard
                              • Texture
                                • Homophonic section in the middle of the Galliard 9-16
                              • 5 part imitative counterpoint- Pavane
                                • Texture
                                  • Homophonic section in the middle of the Galliard 9-16
                              • Independent counterpoint- Galliard
                                • Rhythm/tempo
                                  • Faster tempo in the Galliard- dance so it should be more upbeat
                                • Slow tempo in the Pavane- image of melancholy
                                  • Rhythm/tempo
                                    • Faster tempo in the Galliard- dance so it should be more upbeat
                                • Section at the start of the Galliard where the music feels like it should be in 6/4 not 3/2
                                  • Syncopation in the Galliard
                                    • Hemiolas in the Galliard

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