Poulenc - Sonata for Horn, Trumbet & Trombone

A 2013 set work. All the information you need for section A and B

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  • Created on: 30-03-13 17:24
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  • Poulenc
    • Background
      • Composed: 1922
      • Genre; Chamber work
      • First Performance: professional recital in a Parisian salon/small concert hall
      • 20th Century instrumental combination
      • Technique  associated with advanced players
    • Resources
      • Horn, Trumpet & Trombone
      • Trio
    • Structure
      • Ternary with Coda
      • Section B split into 2 (B1 & B2)
    • Melody
      • Falling tonic triad Bar 21 - 25
      • Opens with fanfare motif
        • Motif is a triad
      • Triad in Horn Bar 26 - 27
      • 2 bar phrases Bar 26 - 33
      • Motif simplified Bar 5
    • Harmony
      • Perfect Cadence Bar 8
        • Confirms new key
      • Secondary 7th Bar 6
      • Diatonic Cluster Bar 31
      • Whole -tone scale Bar 56
      • Enharmonic  equivalent Bar 36 -37
    • Tonality
      • Section A = G Major
      • B1 = Eb Major
      • Coda = G Major
      • Polytonal Bar 27
      • Bar 25 = suggestion of tonic minor
      • Bar 5 modulates to dominant (D Major)
      • B2 =  Bb Major
    • Texture
      • imitation Bar 21 - 25
      • Mostly Homophonic
    • Rhythm & Metre
      • Augmentation of Morif Bar 21 - 25
      • Metre changes frequently
      • Addictive rhythm Bar 9 -17

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