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Exam 3 Notes Sonata- multi movement work for soloist (soloist and accompaniment) 1 st : Fast (sonata form) 2 nd : Slow (ternary, theme and variations, sonata) 3 rd : Fast (rondo, theme and variation, sonata) Symphony- multi movement work for orchestra 1 st Movement: fast tempo, sonata form 2 nd Movement: slow, theme and variation, sonata, rondo, ternary) 3 rd Movement: moderate (minuet and trio, scherzo (fast) / trio) 4 th Movement: fast (rondo, theme and variations, sonata) Beethoven (1770-1827) Early Period (1770-1802) Lost hearing (1796-1802) Classical sounding (Mozart) Clear Structure (form) “Pathetique” sonata (1 st Movement) Heiligenstadt testament Made a name for himself in Vienna as a pianist Middle Period (Heroic Period) 1803-1813 Symphony no. 3 (Eroica) Symphony no. 5 (fate motive) Late Period (1814-1827) During his lifetime, considered crazy After death, considered most ingenious Symphony no.9 “choral” “Pathetique Sonata” Movement 1 : sonata form, slow intro, exposition, slow part, development, recapitulation, coda, 1 st theme cadence. Sonata Allegro Form 3 required parts 2 optional slow intro and coda *Slow intro Exposition-expose themes, at least 2 keys Development-develop themes Recapitulation- restate coda
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