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Describe the Structure in the Quartet Op.22
In sonata form. Very compact structure, with no distinct second subject. There's an exposition repeat and a repeat of the development and recapitulation. The beginnings of subsections of the music are highlighted by rit...tempo indications.
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Describe the Texture in the Quartet Op.22
Often thin textures are used, separated by rests creating discontinuous and monophonc textures. 2 strands intro, devel, coda 3 stands in exp & recap. Highly contrapuntal, canon & cantus firmus. Imitation, stretto & overlapping.
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Describe the Tonality in the Quartet Op.22
It's totally Atonal - 12 tone. Based upon a small section of rows generated from one prime from a matrix table.
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Describe the Harmony in the Quartet Op.22
It's entirely chromatic, chords tend to accentuate minor 2nds and major 7ths. Chords are created by verticalization of the row.
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Describe the Melody in the Quartet Op.22
Melodies created entirely from the tone rows with much octave displacement. Creates a series of 3 pattern notes in the prime, minor 2nds & minor 3rds. Melodic line is fragmented into 2 and 3 note units. Disjunctive melodic patterns, wide leaps.
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Describe the Rhythm and Metre in the Quartet Op.22
Uniform affekt is created from very few frequently used rhythmic cells, introduced in the opening four bars. There's some augmentation and reversal of rhythmic cells. Genereally 3/4 expect development section where it's unstable, changing every bar.
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Describe the Structure in Black and Tan Fantasy
Head arrangement. 12 bar blues. One extended 16 bar section (sax solo). Coda (Funeral march).
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Describe the Texture in Black and Tan Fantasy
Melody dominated homophony. Stride bass is used.
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Describe the Tonality in Black and Tan Fantasy
Bminor/Bmajor
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Describe the Harmony in Black and Tan Fantasy
Mostly diatonic, 12 bar blues sequence. Blues notes are used. Added 7ths and 9ths (chords). Diminished chords. Circle of 5ths. Substitution chords are used.
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Describe the Melody in Black and Tan Fantasy
Improvised melody lines are used. Some chromaticism. Jazz ornamentation is used. Blues notes and appoggiaturas are used. Pick ups (anacrusis). Reference to the funeral march at the end (coda).
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Describe the Rhythm and Metre in Black and Tan Fantasy
Swung quavers, syncopation and anticipation (pushed rhythms). It's in common time (4/4).
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