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The Enjoyment of Music 10 th Edition 25. The Baroque Sonata and Concerto The Rise of Instrumental Music Virtuosos Early- vs. late-Baroque instrumentation
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The Enjoyment of Music 10 th Edition Baroque Instruments Instrument designs were improved Finest violins in history came from shops of: Stradivarius Guarneri Amati
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The Enjoyment of Music 10 th Edition The Baroque Orchestra Violin strings made of gut Woodwinds made of wood Horns and trumpets: valveless, called “natural” Timpani
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The Enjoyment of Music 10 th Edition Baroque Keyboard Instruments Organ Harpsichord Clavichord
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The Enjoyment of Music 10 th Edition Sonata Types Sonata da camera Sonata da chiesa Written for 1–8 instruments Favored combination: two violins and continuo Trio sonata
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The Enjoyment of Music 10 th Edition Arcangelo Corelli (1653–1713) Italian composer and violinist Established model of trio sonata
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The Enjoyment of Music 10 th Edition Corelli: Trio Sonata, Op. 3, No. 2, III and IV (Listening Guide) Church sonata Four movements: slow-fast-slow-fast Last two movements are dancelike III: slow triple-meter dance IV: Allegro dance in 6/8 Binary structure ( A-A-B-B ) B : developing of opening theme in inversion
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The Enjoyment of Music 10 th Edition Solo Sonata: Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) Italian born, career in Portugal and Madrid Prolific composer of solo keyboard sonatas Essercizi employ binary and rounded binary forms Virtuosic keyboard writing style
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The Enjoyment of Music 10 th Edition Scarlatti: Sonata in C major, K. 159 (The Hunt) (Listening Guide) K. = Chronological catalogue of R. Kirkpatrick The work is nicknamed La caccia (the hunt) Rounded binary form Rhythm evokes Spanish dance (flamenco)
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