Purcell movement 2

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  • Purcell movement 2
    • Texture
      • Homorhythmic
    • Harmony
      • B minor (relative)
      • Large use of suspensions
        • 7-6 suspension (bb. 9.1/2)
        • 4-3 suspension (bb.10.1/2)
      • Chromatic harmony (bar 3)
      • Notes of anticipation
        • Perfect cadence bar 4 with 4/3 suspension
          • Harmony
            • B minor (relative)
            • Large use of suspensions
              • 7-6 suspension (bb. 9.1/2)
              • 4-3 suspension (bb.10.1/2)
            • Chromatic harmony (bar 3)
            • Notes of anticipation
              • Perfect cadence bar 4 with 4/3 suspension
              • Bars 5-8 repeat of same material but in E minor (subdominant)
              • The cadence ends with a tierce de Picardie (bar 8) in prep for modulation to A major
              • Augmented triad (bar 13)
              • Tierce de Picardie at the end to switch from D minor to the final D major chord (preparing for the final movement)
        • Bars 5-8 repeat of same material but in E minor (subdominant)
        • The cadence ends with a tierce de Picardie (bar 8) in prep for modulation to A major
        • Augmented triad (bar 13)
        • Tierce de Picardie at the end to switch from D minor to the final D major chord (preparing for the final movement)
      • Melody
        • Sequence (up a 4th) of first 2 bars (bb.5-6)
        • Scalic melody
        • Trills at every cadential point
          • e.g. perfect cadence bar 4 (trumpet part)
        • (bb.15.4-18) a sequence of (bb.8.4-14)
        • Chromatic rising melody (3)
        • Section B melody is entirely conjunct
        • Phrases all begin with an anacrusis (section B)
      • Rhythm
        • Doted notes used at cadences
      • Structure
        • Binary form
          • A (1-4)
          • A2(bb.5-7.3)
          • B (bb.7.4-14.3
          • B2 (bb.14.4-20)

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