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  • Created on: 29-06-20 19:44
I K G V J O P I C F X E P U D E F T X K M
X R X I B R E C I T A T I V E C U H H W G
R F X G U R X Q I V A O C B N D X C L W C
B B R G D T H A W C C O B O G H L T K C F
T G O P Q Y Y G C W O A O T X E E O W J Q
H K S B C H O I D J T D N K H K V R E F F
M T O B P X A A C O N C E R T I N O R W M
Y K O C Y C A F T X W N L E C F Y L D L R
O M W S A C T C D A C A P O A R I A C M X
M M A T P A D I N I F V D S H B D S F L W
W B U C O N C E R T O G R O S S O E S N T
Q R U B B H A S I Y S L H I Y V W J B G L
A U X E O R T N J L H T Y D G W Q X G H V
S T I E R C E D E P I C A R D I E U Y Y O
D V N K P A S S A C A G L I A P P X S S H
M I N V E R T E D M O R D E N T P O L Q O
G S U B G O T Y Q X T N P Y F V X X R F C
Y J B B A S S O C O N T I N U O I P H L A
R I T O R N E L L O A C P L W K V Q Q A G
O T V P E Q N A I X F B R U Y O V U I A O
W P V T J H B Y O G S Y D H N I X I T S B

Clues

  • A bass line (usually cello or bassoon) with a keyboarders layer (harpsichord or organ) on top of this, playing harmonies (5, 8)
  • A piece in a minor key that finishes with a minor chord (6, 2, 8)
  • A theme which returns frequently throughout a piece (10)
  • A type of vocal writing where the music follows the rhythm of speech. Used in operas and oratorios to move the story along. (10)
  • An aria in ternary form (ABA). Third section not written out, but ‘Da Capo’ given instead, and repeat of section A - now ornamented (2, 4, 4)
  • An ornament which is structured: main note - note below - main note (8, 7)
  • An ornament which sounds like a crushed note played very quickly on the beat or just before it. (11)
  • Small group of soloists (10)
  • Two contrasting sections - Ripieno & Concertino, supported by the Basso Continuo (8, 6)
  • Variations over a ground bass (11)

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