Unformatted text preview: different keys. Also during this movement, homophony is noticeable when there are more than one voice. It sounds like at one point like there are four voices playing against each other, and then it dwindles back to only one voice at the conclusion of the second movement. The third movement, Rondo: Allegro, is relatively similar to the first movement, but lighter so to speak. Throughout the third movement there are points where notes are really emphasized loudly and then back off quietly again, giving it some note contrast. After listening to the sonata twice I found it relatively easy to listen to, meaning I liked it. Some parts of the piece, mainly in the second movement I have heard before in movies or on television somewhere. Overall enjoyable sonata and I would recommend it to people....
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This note was uploaded on 06/19/2008 for the course MUHI 1321 taught by Professor Salfen during the Fall '08 term at SMU.
- Fall '08