Schubert - Der doppelganger

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  • Schubert - Der Doppelganger
    • Style
      • German Romantic  Lied
      • Lied typified by narrative texts
      • through composed
    • Form
      • A, A1, B, A
        • A
          • Verse 1: Bars 1-24
        • A1
          • Verse 2: Bars 25-42
        • B
          • Verse 3: Bars 43-56
        • A
          • Coda: Bars  56-63
    • Metre
      • 3/4
      • Sehr Langsam
    • Texture
      • Starkly homophonic
      • Scubert places one chord per bar obsessively throughout the work, above which the melody hangs in a darkly concieved recitative
      • Monosyllabic
      • Dominant pedal
    • Piano Accompianment
      • highly supportive of voice
    • Tonality and Harmony
      • Opens with startling B chord; bare fifths of B and F#
      • unambiguously B minor
      • Neapolitan  6th chord
        • Climax of the worrk. First movement when F sharp pedal is excluded. Also marks the highest note in the voice (G)
      • Word Painting
        • dissonance on word 'schmerzensgewait (pain)
      • Tertiary modulation
      • Plagal Cadence (tierce de Picadie)
      • Pedal Point
      • False Relations
      • Appoggiatura
      • Suspension
    • Melody
      • Based about the F# Dominant Pedal (Which is an important feature of word painting)
      • Range of melody: Compound minor sixth
      • Upper Auxilary notes
      • Turns
      • Echappee notes
  • Word Painting
    • dissonance on word 'schmerzensgewait (pain)

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