- 3rd Movement.
- Piano quintet - string quartet and a piano.
- 2 violins, 1 viola, 1 cello.
- Cello provides pedal note.
- In 6/8 - compound time.
- Change of time signature to 2/4 in bar 13.
- Lots of syncopation.
- Ternary form - ABA
- Romantic period
- One of four movements.
- Highly skilled performers (fast and technically demanding)
- Lyrical melodies.
- Rich harmonies.
- Influenced by Handel, Haydn and Beethoven.
- Studied Baroque counterpoint.
- Meticulous ending.
- A contrapuntal piece based on a theme (subject) announced in one part then imitated by other parts on close succession accompanied by counterpoint.
- Fugue starts on bar 67, played by the viola accompanied by piano in the left hand.
- Subject returns in bar 71, piano RH.
- Viola moves on to play the counter melody, close imitation using stacatto quavers - pp while piano plays p.
- 2nd subject starts in bar 76 played by violin 1 while viola plays syncopated countermelody.
- Trio starts in bar 193 - NOTHING TRIO ABOUT IT.
- Ternary - ABA within the trio.
- Bar 1-12
- All instruments apart from violin 2 are playing.
- Lots of syncopation in violin 1.
- Cello plays a tonic pedal.
- All instruments playing pp until crescendo (b10-11) and diminuendo (b11-12)
- Strings playing pizzicato.
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