Schumann- Kinderscenen Op.15: Nos 1,3 and 11

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What is the main texture in no's 1 and 3?
Melody dominated hymophony
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What kind of sophisticated harmony is found in no 1?
Dminished 7ths in bars 1 and 3 & unrelated chords of B and G played one after another in bar 12
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What keys are the pieces in?
No 1- G No 2- Bm No 3- G
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What can be found in bars 13-14 of No 3 and what effect does this have?
C and G double pedals which makes the key sound like C for a brief moment
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What note of the scale does no 1 end in?
Mediant- 3rd
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What is the main rhythm in no 3?
Fast contrasting semiquaver rhythms
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What section of no 11 are syncopated chords found?
Episodes- B and C
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Why did Schumann create this piece?
So adults can have recollections of childhood memories
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Where does the A natural in bar 2 in no 3 come from?
Descending melodic minor scale
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What is the accompaniment like in no 3?
Leaping
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What key are the interrupted cadences in, in no 3?
G in 10-11 and Em in 12-13
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What kind of relationship does the key and harmony have in no 11?
Harmony disguises the key
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What is the structure in no 1 and no 3?
Rounded binary
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What is the structure in no 11?
Symmetrical rondo form
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What rhythmical devices are used to add to the dreamy nature in no 1?
Blurred rhythms, rubato and ritardano followed by a pause
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What kind of sophisticated harmony is found in no 1?

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Dminished 7ths in bars 1 and 3 & unrelated chords of B and G played one after another in bar 12

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What keys are the pieces in?

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What can be found in bars 13-14 of No 3 and what effect does this have?

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What note of the scale does no 1 end in?

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