Schubert - De Doppleganger
Stylistic Features: Bare 5th chords, Melisma, German lied, Chromatic harmony, Through-Composed, Romote modulation, Dominant pedal, Tierce de Picardie, Dissonance - suspensions/appogiaturas, MDH
Structure: Through-composed, strophic, 3 verses, piano - intro, postlufe, 2 brief interludes
Melody: Syllabic, Melisma (54-56), Wordpainting - stillness, Conjunct, Leaps of 4th/5th, Climatic F#, Turn (21), Appoggiaturas.
Harmony: Functional, Bare 5th chords, Slow harmonic rhythm, Dominant pedal, False relations, Neapolitan 6th, Augmented 6th, Plagal Cadance
Texture: Homophonic, Piano part is homorhtyhmic, Parallel doubling, Voice - main interest
Tonality: B minor, Hint of D major in ostinato 2, Ostinato 3 - major 3rd above (tertiary relationship)
Rhythm: 3/4, Quasi Recitative, Strong syllables long and accented, Weak syllables unaccented