Edexcel Music AS 2016 'Tippett'

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Melody - Major seconds sometimes replaced with ----- seconds
Minor
1 of 40
Melody - --------- in lower strings; imitation of the uninvited version (Bars 8-11)
Inversion
2 of 40
Melody - Melodic ---------- (Bar 126)
Sequencing
3 of 40
Melody - -------- Phrasing
Periodic
4 of 40
Melody - The movement is built largely on a small number of ------- ideas
Melodic
5 of 40
Rhythm -Rhythmic ------------- (Bars 95 - 106)
Ornamentation
6 of 40
Rhythm - In 8/8 but -------
Changes
7 of 40
Rhythm - Notated as ---- -----
AllaBreve
8 of 40
Rhythm - Influences are both ancient and ------
Modern
9 of 40
Rhythm - The song includes ---------- patterns
Syncopated
10 of 40
Harmony - The key of the piece is - -----
GMajor
11 of 40
Harmony - The piece involves a -------- cadence of IVb-V in Bars 20-21
Phrygian
12 of 40
Harmony - Tippett avoids repeating aggressive ----------- (e.g. Bars 1-4)
Dissonances
13 of 40
Harmony - C sharp minor passage is more dissonant to create ------- (Bar 80)
Tension
14 of 40
Harmony - Tippett uses harmonic --------- in his piece for harmonies to be created in parts
Intervals
15 of 40
Structure - It is in ------ Form
Sonata
16 of 40
Structure - The Exposition includes the 1st subject, then a ---------- and then goes on to the 2nd subject
Transition
17 of 40
Structure - The Development (after the Exposition) includes unrelated tonal centres such as A, C sharp major and - ---- -----
AFlatMajor
18 of 40
Structure - The Recapitulation (after the Development) returns to the original structure of the 1st subject, to the transition and then to the ------ -------
SecondSubject
19 of 40
Structure - The piece end with a ---- (after the Recapitulation)
Coda
20 of 40
Texture - Varied in numerous parts and doubling (Bars 1-4) such as in Orchestra 1 - the three upper strings ------ in 3 different octaves
Double
21 of 40
Texture - Mostly ------------; the violins in one orchestra imitate the violins in the other orchestra (Bars 221 and 228)
Contrapuntal
22 of 40
Texture - Occasionally ----------; Orchestra 2 answers Orchestra 1 a 3rd higher
Antiphonal
23 of 40
Texture - Occasionally ----------; Chordal, melody and accompaniment style (Bar 21 onwards)
Homophonic
24 of 40
Style - Original ------ of different elements
Fusion
25 of 40
Style - The Sonata Form structure was influenced by the well-known composer ---------
Beethoven
26 of 40
Style - English music for strings influenced by the --------- Century
Twentieth
27 of 40
Style - Influenced also by ------- Concertos
Baroque
28 of 40
Style - Influenced slightly by Jazz and -----
Blues
29 of 40
Tonality - No use of ----- or minor keys
Major
30 of 40
Tonality - May broadly be in '-'
A
31 of 40
Tonality - Not straightforwardly in A Major or A -----
Minor
32 of 40
Tonality - The First ------- is thought to be in 'A' (Bars 1-20)
Subject
33 of 40
Tonality - The ------ Subject is thought to be in 'G' (Bars 39-67)
Second
34 of 40
Forces - Written for two string ----------
Orchestras
35 of 40
Forces - Double -------- is used (e.g. Bars 209-212)
Stopping
36 of 40
Forces - The strings use --------- instead of staccato (e.g. Bars 51-52)
Pizzicato
37 of 40
Forces - The strings use a 'Sul taste poco a ---- Naturale' in Bar 113
Poco
38 of 40
Forces - All instruments are very ------ throughout
Active
39 of 40
Forces - Tippett includes ------ marks in some places to indicate the notes to be played by down bows and up bows
Bowing
40 of 40

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Card 2

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Melody - --------- in lower strings; imitation of the uninvited version (Bars 8-11)

Back

Inversion

Card 3

Front

Melody - Melodic ---------- (Bar 126)

Back

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Card 4

Front

Melody - -------- Phrasing

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Melody - The movement is built largely on a small number of ------- ideas

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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