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    • Faure
      • Structure
        • Modified strophic
        • Mirrors content of poem
        • One bar of intro
        • Irregular phrase lengths
      • Timbre
        • Voice range of 11th
        • Piano mostly quavers
        • Bass line in octaves
        • Piano keeps mid-range so voice has floor
        • Sung french
        • High notes on last sylables
      • Tonality
        • C min
        • perf cadence at end esatblishes key
        • Imp cadences at phrase ends
        • Bar 14-15 hint Eb (relative minor)
        • Transient modulations through F min, Bb min, Ab maj
        • modal inflections and frequent accidentals
      • Melody
        • Mainly sylabic
        • Mainly conjunct
        • Defining leaps on every phrase
        • Expressive chromatisms
        • Appogiatura bars 4 and 6
        • Auxilary notes 5 and 10
      • Rhythm
        • Simple triple metre
        • Quavers in accompaniment
        • Slow moving bass
        • Cross rhythms
    • Bach
      • Timbre
        • Concertina- solo violins and flutes
        • Ripeano- strings
        • Continuo- harpsichord
        • Chamber ensemble
      • Texture
        • Page 1- 3 instruments play bass part
        • Hetrophonic texture at start
        • Lighter texture during episodes
        • 8 part counterpoint 225-234
        • Homophonic usually
        • bar 1-3 inverted dominant pedal
        • singualr bars of monophony
        • Hemiola signals structural change
        • Polyphony 134-157
        • immitation 196-208
        • walking bass 165-184
        • Antiphony 257-262
      • Structure
        • Concerto Grosso
        • Episodes and riternellos
        • Opens G maj (rit)
        • Bar 15- D maj
        • Bar 41- C maj
        • Bar 46- G
        • Bar 83- C-G
        • 137- Em
        • NO CODA
      • Harmony
        • Pedal notes
        • Dom 7ths
        • 4-3 suspension 59-70
        • 6-7 suspension 44-47
        • Diatonic
        • Neapolitan 6th 155 and 337
        • Dim 7ths
      • Rhythm
        • 3/8
        • Rhythmic patterns established at start (typical)
        • Sycopation
        • Hemiola (79-80)
        • Trills (162, 164)
      • Melody
        • 4 motifs, fortspinnung
        • Conjunct fig (35-36
        • Closing fig (76-83
        • bar 1-6 appegio
        • 3 note scalic figures
    • Poulenc
      • Timbre
        • Horn, trumpet, trombone
        • Trumpet has main melodic interest
        • Large intervals, extremes in range
      • Tonality
        • tonic- G maj
        • D-G-Bb (unrelated)
        • Frequently changes to unrelated keys
        • Added notes weaken sense of kjey
      • Texture
        • Mainly MDH
        • Doubling in 6ths for 9 bars
        • Monophony/ antiphony-> 22
        • Last bar homorhythmic and hetrophonic
    • Mozart
      • Forte piano
      • Sonata: exosition, repeat, development, recapiltulation, bridge, 2nd subj
      • Tonality
        • Functional harmony
        • Bb maj-> Fmaj-> Gmin-> Fm (unrelated)-> Cmin-> Gmin
        • Perf cadences signalled by pedal note
        • Perf- 9-10, Imp 21-22, Int 83-84
      • Harmony
        • Dom 7th
        • Circle of 5ths
        • Appogiatura bar 2
        • Double appogiatura bar 4
    • Tavener
      • Structure
        • Strophic
        • 2 stanzas reflecting structure of poem 'songs of innocence
        • augmentation in last bar
        • each stanza has a ABAv structure
      • Texture
        • Bar 1 monophonic
        • Bar 2 homophnic and homorythmic
        • Bar 3 and 4 monophonic
        • Bar 5 and 6 homophonic and homorhthmic
        • bar 7-10 homo and chordal
        • 11-14 octaves
        • 15-16 homophony, 17-20 4 part harmony
      • Timbre
        • SATB
        • Bass leap of a 9th, but small ranges
        • S and A nearly same notes
        • Accapella
      • Melody
        • Retrograde inversions are exact
        • Sylabic
        • Conjunct
      • Tonality
        • G MAJ TONIC
        • Bitonal- alto sings Eb
        • V1 Em V2 Gmaj- Em
      • Untitled
      • Rhythm
        • Free time sig
        • Simple duple/ quadruple
        • Emphasis on 5th sylable
        • last 4 bars rit

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