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Unformatted text preview: Chorale Cadences: final, half, deceptive Modulation Movement from one key center to another Smooth modulation – Back Abrupt Modulation – Beethoven Change from one key center (feeling) to another Sometimes smoothly Sometimes abruptly (“up” and cheesy) Four Seasons: Spring Antonio Vivaldi Diatonic harmony “Circle progression” (if you go around the circle and end in a different key) “Complete” (if you go all the way around the circle) 12-bar Blues based on chord progression - three segments of 4-bars tonic, subdominant, dominant Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741) The “Red Priest” Venice Ospedale della pieta (arguably the best orchestra in Europe, girl’s orphanage) “Spring” Concerto “Ritornello Theme” “Episodes” (solo) Key La Primavera (Spring) – E major, RV 269 Typical baroque concerto I Allegro (ritornello) II Largo (theme, variation) III Allegro (ritornello) Three Movements, Ritornello, Basso Continuo...
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