Music A Level Haydn Symphony no.104 Analysis - Introduction - Movement One

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Which section lasts from bars 1 to 16?
Introduction
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Which key is the introduction in?
D minor
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What is the texture in bars 1 and 2?
Octaves
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What are the names of the first two different notes heard?
Tonic and dominant (or D and A)
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What is the tempo for the introduction?
Adagio
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What is the time signature for the introduction?
4/4
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Which instruments have a call and response in bars 3 to 5?
Bassoon, violin II, viola, cello and double bass (call) and violin I (response)
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What is the chord played in bars 3 and 4?
D minor first inversion (Ib)
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Which chord finishes bars 5 and 6?
C major dominant seventh in second inversion (viic7)
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What key does the introduction modulated to at bar 7?
F major (the relative major)
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Which bars in the introduction are tutti?
1, 2 and 14
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Which cadence finishes bar 13 and ends on the downbeat of bar 14?
Perfect
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Which cadence finishes bar 16?
Imperfect
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What does 'adagio' mean?
Slow and broad
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What is the interval between the notes in bar 1?
A perfect fifth (P5)
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What is the interval between the notes in bar 2?
A perfect fourth (P4)
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What does the texture change to in bar 3?
Homophonic
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What is the dynamic marking in bar 1?
Forte (f)
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What is the dynamic marking in bars 3 to 6 and 9 to 13?
Piano (p)
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What is the dynamic marking at bars 7 to 8 and again at bar 14?
Fortissimo (ff)
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What is the dynamic marking of the oboe in bar 16 making it louder than the others?
Piano (p)
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How have the instrumental lines changed from bars 1 & 2 to 3 to 5?
Tentatively rather than step by step
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What is the dynamic marking at bar 15?
Pianissimo (pp)
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What rhythm is used in bar one and repeatedly in the introduction?
A double dotted rhythm
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What is the name of the raised seventh used in bars 3 and 4?
C sharp (C#)
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How many octaves are the opening two bars played in?
4
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In bars 9 to 13, the use of 'what' is increased to heighten tonal ambiguity?
Chromaticism
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What melodic feature is there in bars 9 to 11?
A rising sequence
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What interval does the melody fall in bar 15?
A perfect fifth (P5)
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What makes the change of section clear at the end of the introduction?
Silence
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What chord is used at the end of bar 15?
Eb major (flattened second)
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What is the flattened second chord at the end of bar 15 also known as?
Neapolitan chord
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