Schoenberg-peripetie

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What kind of orchestra is used in Peripetie?
Large orchestra-90 players
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What kind of unusual effects are used?
Cymbals are played with a mallet and a cello bow and the double basses play a tremelo close to the bridge
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When was peripetie composed?
1909
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What is a piccalo?
A small flute
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What is a cor anglais?
A lower version of the oboe
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What is a contrabassoon?
A large bassoon
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What is a tam tam?
A large gong
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What does 'Nebenstimme' mean?
The second most important part
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What does 'bell up' mean?
When the brass player points the bell of their instrument upwards to produce a loud strident sound
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What does 'tutti' mean?
Everyone joins in again
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What is the metre of Peripetie?
2/4 3/4 and 4/4
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What is the tempo of Peripetie?
Sehr rasch-very quick
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What does disjunct mean?
With very large leaps
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What is it called when you unexpectedly move individual notes of the main melody into a different octave?
Octave displacement
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What is the key of Peripetie?
Atonal-no key
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What is the texture of peripetie?
Contrapuntal with occasional homophonic and monophonic moments
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What is the structure of Peripetie?
Free rondo
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What are hexachords?
Groups of 6 notes
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