Mozart sonata in B flat

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Exposition?
bars 1-63
1 of 21
Development?
Bars 63-93
2 of 21
Recapitulation?
bars 93-end
3 of 21
Exposition introduces?
First subject (B flat major tonic)
4 of 21
Second subject?
Several ideas in dominant F major
5 of 21
Exposition closing cadence?
Perfect reinforcing F major
6 of 21
Development keys?
F major, F minor, C minor, B flat major, G minor
7 of 21
How does it prepare for recapitulation?
moving round the dominant chord for seven bars
8 of 21
Recapitulation repeats?
Repeats much of exposition, modified to remain in tonic
9 of 21
Periodic phrasing?
pairs of equal length phrases balanced as Q&A, some avoid being equal length
10 of 21
Melody dominated Homophony?
RH melody dominates, LH usually accompanies using block chords, broken chords or bass lines
11 of 21
Alberti bass used?
bars 71-80
12 of 21
Ornamentation?
appoggiaturas, some diatonic some chromatic. Trills and inverted turns
13 of 21
further ornamentation?
Passing notes and suspensions
14 of 21
Changes of mood/style
first subject contrasts with second subject
15 of 21
Texture?
clear two part writing
16 of 21
chord and cadence?
Clear chord progressions and perfect cadences defining keys
17 of 21
imperfect cadence?
marking ends of phrases and leading to new sections
18 of 21
Harmony?
Tonic and dominant chords, introduces chromatic chords such as augmented 6th and diminished 7th
19 of 21
cadential 6/4 (Ic) chords?
used as approach to cadences
20 of 21
Feminine cadences?
Accented dissonance on the final chords of the cadence caused by appogiaturas in the RH
21 of 21

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Card 2

Front

Development?

Back

Bars 63-93

Card 3

Front

Recapitulation?

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

Exposition introduces?

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Second subject?

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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