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MUS 101: 11/14/2017 Romanticism, pt. II 1
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The Early Romantics lied, lieder through-composed strophic song cycle études character pieces nocturnes program music concert overture program symphony idée fixe Dies irae 2
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C. Schumann, “Der Mond kommt still gegangen” Part 1 form: modified strophic: A A A’ sense of climax in the final stanza piano coda at the end of song what’s the significance of the change in the third stanza? how does it line up with the text? 3
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C. Schumann, “Der Mond kommt still gegangen” 4
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C. Schumann, “Der Mond kommt still gegangen” Part 2 5
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The Character Piece short piano pieces (miniatures) meant to portray a distinct mood or character like a lied but without a poem Songs Without Words composed at all levels of difficulty appeared under many genre and descriptive titles 6
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Form of the Character Piece simple, sectional forms repetition, contrast, return, variation thematic unity recurring motives similarity of mood 7
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Schubert, Moment Musical No. 2 in A-flat open title—any mood possible form uses contrast and return A B A ´ (coda) B ´ A ´´ coda lyric A theme: a gentle, rocking figure emotive B theme: steady moving accompaniment A ´ with coda feels like the end fortissimo B ´ in minor key a surprise 8
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Schubert, Moments Musicaux, no. 2 at 5:40 https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=0WDQL_X7Euk&t=701s 9
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R. Schumann, Carnaval style has warmth and privacy often assembled piano pieces in sets Carnaval = 20 short character pieces musical portraits at a Mardi Gras ball Schumann, girlfriends Estrella and Chiarina, composers Paganini and Chopin, etc.
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