MUS 110D Review

MUS 110D Review - Piano concertos Review notes after...

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Piano concertos Review notes after midterm Essay and short answer: be familiar with forms, etc. Genres: A. Concerto has three movements and 1 ritornello/concerto form First movement o Solo and tutti (everyone)/orchestra o The Solo plays the episodes o The Tutti plays the ritornello Second movement o Slow Third movement o Rondo or fast form o Finale minuet-like or dance-like B. Symphony has four movements First movement o Sonata Second movement o Slow o Can be theme and variation form or sonata form Third Movement o Minuet and Trio Fourth Movement o Rondo/Finale C. String Quartet Start in the sonata form Similar structure as the symphony D. Solo/Duo Sonata Sonata Form has three parts Exposition is repeated twice o Major: Starts with Theme I in the tonic, Major I and moves to Theme II in the dominant V o Minor: Starts with Theme I in the tonic, Minor i and moves to Theme II in the relative major III Development o Moves towards the far-off-point fop Recapitulation
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o Starts with Theme I in the tonic, I and ends with Theme II in the tonic Theme I| Variation 1, Variation 2 1. Augmentation and diminution of the themes and involves expanding and compressing the measures. 2. Change in modes
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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2008 for the course MUS 110D taught by Professor Rohde during the Summer '08 term at UC Davis.

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