'Sonata No. 40' - Mozart

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  • Created on: 19-01-16 19:43
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  • Symphony No. 40 - Mozart
    • Musical Features
      • Pedal notes are used in the Development
    • Instrumenta-tion
      • Normal orchestra
      • 1 Flute
      • No Timpani
      • No Trumpets
    • Melody
      • Two subjects
      • Sonata form
    • Texture
      • Homophonic sections
      • Polyphonic in the Development
    • Dynamics
      • Starts off as piano
      • Accents
      • Dynamic contrasting
    • Rhythm
      • Scale passages and rising sequences
      • 1st Subject - Crotchet and quaver rhythms
      • 2nd Subject - Slower, legato rhythms
    • Structure
      • Exposition - First subject G Minor, Bridge passage, Second subject Bb Major, Codetta
      • Development - Based on the first subjects opening, polyphonic texture, different keys quickly explored, pedal notes are used when passing through instruments
      • Coda
      • Recapitulation - Not an exact repetition of  Exposition and Development as both subjects are in G Minor and the bridge passage is longer
    • Tempo
      • Molto Allegro
      • Metre of 4/4
    • Harmony
      • 2nd Subject
        • Exposition - Bb Major
        • Recapitulation - G Minor
        • Coda - G Minor
      • 1st Subject
        • Exposition - G Minor
        • Development - Variety of keys
        • Recapitulation - G Minor
        • Coda - G Minor

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