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What was the Tonality and Harmony of Mozart's symphony No. 40?
Starts in G minor which is a tonic key changes to Bb major for the second subject then changes to F# minor in the development section
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What is the structure of Mozart's symphony No. 40?
Sonata form. No introduction.Exposition starts with first subject in tonic (g minor) followed by modulation to B flat for the second subject and coda. Exposition is repeated .Development is based on the first subject and modulate wide.
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What is the texture of Mozart's symphony No. 40?
Mostly homophonic. Use of imitation and octave doubling (different parts playing the same thing but in a higher range).Dialogue between woodwind and strings.
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What is the melody of Mozart's symphony No. 40?
Balanced phrases (4 or 8 bars) that sound like questions and answers. Many phrases are scalic (made up of scales).
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What is the rhythm of Mozart's symphony No. 40?
Anacrusis, Molto allegro which is very fast tempo through the whole thing
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What is a symphony ?
A large scale orchestral work.
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In which century was Mozart's symphony No. 40 in G minor written?
18th Century.
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What is the Tonality/Harmony in Electric Counterpoint?
Modulates to E minor to C minor. Moves backwards and fowards between two keys. Diatonic ad not using all chromatic scale and hexatonic. Constant harmony it fits in nicely together.
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What is the Rhythm of Electric Counterpoint?
It is in 3/2 .in the B section some parts more into 12/8. Cross rhythm when the bass guitars enter . Metrical Displacement
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What is the texture of Electric Counterpoint?
Cannon, opening is monophonic, polyphonic, layered texture -parts come in at one at a time.
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What is the Melody of Electric Counterpoint?
Resultant melody created in the live guitar part by combining notes from guitars 1-4. Melody is made up into a cannon. Note addition in the beginning. Short ostinato that is used in the canon. Hexatonic/penatonic melodies.
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When was this piece written?
1909
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What style of music is this piece in?
Minamalism
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What is the Tonality/Harmony of Peripetie?
Atonal which means no key. Chords and melodies are built up from hexachords. Hexachord. Octave displacement. Harmony is chromatic and dissonant/
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What are the dynamics of Peripetie?
All ways changing. Lots of crescendo and diminuendos. Accents very fast changes in the dynamics. ear the end of the whole orchestra plays very loud (fff). The very end of the piece is ppp which is solo clarinet.
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What is the timbre of Peripetie?
Muted notes, Handstop, Bowed symbal, Cymbal played with a cello bow near the end. Pizzacarto- extreme rangef the instruments are used. Very large orchestra (Big brass section)
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What is the melody of Peripetie?
Ocatave displacement in the main melodies, Angular because of displacement, Farbenmelodie, Inversion, Whole tone scale, Klangfarbenmelodie- moving a melody through various instruments. Hexachord- important motifs at the beginning.
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What is the Rhythm and Metre in Peripetie?
Metre changes between 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4.Tempo is very fast. Rhythms are complex and change very quickly. Irregular rhythm patterns.
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Whe nwas this piece written?
1909.
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What style of music is this piece in?
Expressionism.
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What is the instrumentation/Orchestration of And the glory of the lord?
Strings- Violin 1-2 - Veolla - double bass and organ
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What is the structure of And the glory of the lord?
There are 4 main melodies. The opening is ritonello before the voices come in.
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What is the rhythm of And the glory of the lord?
Ritonello, 3/4 throughout . Allegro throughout apart from the last few bars.
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What is the Tonality/harmony of And the glory of the lord?
This piece is in A major, modulates to E major and B major.Harmony is diatonic.
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What is the texture of And the glory of the lord?
Monophonic,imatation, imatitve, polyphonic, homophonic and contrapuntal.
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How is this typical of the period of this music?
1) Instrumentation 2) Hemiola 3) Polyphonic sections
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