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1. interactions with his father; his stories (hand) present only the good stuff (went to jail while at Leipsitz), not bad stuff yes—many sources; learn more abbut his life 2. Cantata 78 Orthodox: Italian operatic, collective chorales, elaborate music Passacaille: orthodox, more from secular music (Italian opera) also pietist (deep sin) Cantata 140: Orthodox: French, Italian German Christendom (collective) Pietist: erotic love (roedeer, etc.) 3. Fugue: main subject voices come in exposition playing the subject stretto part episodes C# fugue: has the 3 subjects, 5 voices, dark and gloomy, no episodes 2 nd quick fast moving and long gloomy also—“modern world” 3 rd quick jig happyish away from home key so long that the home key would be weird last chord in another key F# major: Regal jig part at the end they reconcile Adorno: #4: reread McClary’s “Talking…” NOTES #5: 3 part question: 1. Vivaldi’s form ritornello solo ritornello solo
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2008 for the course MUSIC HIST 60 taught by Professor Mcclary during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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