Poulenc- Sonata for Trumpet Horn and Trombone

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  • Poulenc - Sonata for Trumpet, Horn and Trombone
    • Texture
      • MELODY-DOMINATED HOMOPHONY
        • Trumpet - TUNE
          • Trombone- BASS LINE
            • Horn - ALTERNATING NOTES for HARMONY
        • Trombone- BASS LINE
          • Horn - ALTERNATING NOTES for HARMONY
      • Top two instruments sometimes play TWO-PART TEXTURE
        • Bar 12
        • PARALLEL 6THS
          • Bar 12
      • MONODY
        • Bar 22-25
      • various THREE-PART TEXTURES
        • Trumpet and Trombone move together in COUNTERPOINT
          • Bar 26
            • Horn plays WIDE-RANGING BROKEN CHORDS
              • Trumpet and Trombone move together in COUNTERPOINT
                • Bar 26
                  • Horn plays WIDE-RANGING BROKEN CHORDS
        • OOM-PAH accompaniment
        • HOMOPHONY (All parts move together)
      • Melody
        • frequently DIATONIC
          • sometimes CHROMATIC
            • Melody
              • frequently DIATONIC
                • sometimes CHROMATIC
                • often OUTLINES BROKEN CHORDS
                • BALANCED PHRASES
                • CONJUCT
                • LARGE LEAPS
                • SCALIC
                • REPEATED NOTES
                • ORNAMENTS
          • often OUTLINES BROKEN CHORDS
          • BALANCED PHRASES
          • CONJUCT
          • LARGE LEAPS
          • SCALIC
          • REPEATED NOTES
          • ORNAMENTS
        • RHYTHM
          • QUAVERS + SEMIQUAVERS
            • CROTCHET CADENCES
          • Melody often starts with ANACRUSIS
          • Frequent METRE CHANGE
            • NOT CLASSICAL
          • Synocpation
            • NOT CLASSICAL
          • Semi-quaver scale in FREE-RHYTHM
            • Bar 39
          • HOMORHYTHM
        • Harmony
          • Perfect cadences crushed by DISCORD
            • Bar 4 should be IV - I - V - I
              • IV (added D) - Ic (Added C) - V7 - I
                • Perfect cadences crushed by DISCORD
                  • Bar 4 should be IV - I - V - I
                    • IV (added D) - Ic (Added C) - V7 - I
            • Outlined by BROKEN CHORDS
            • PEDAL NOTES
          • TONALITY
            • CHROMATIC NOTES
              • Weaken key
                • DISCORD
              • DISCORD
            • Fundmentally TONAL
          • Structure
            • LOOSE TERNERY FORM
              • SECTION A
                • MAIN THEME
                  • FASTER SUBSIDIARY THEMES
                    • RETURN OF SLOWER MAIN THEME
                    • BAR 9-17
                    • BAR 17-21
              • SECTION B
                • NEW SLOWER THEME
                  • FOUR BAR LINKING SECTON with CADENZA
              • SECTION A2
                • MAIN THEME
                  • Section B music INTERPOLATED
                    • SUBSIDIARY IDEAS return
                      • 4 BAR CODA

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