13. Classical Forms - • Variation 3 is played • A A1 A2...

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What characterizes the Viennese style more than anything else is FORM Sonata Form Theme and Variation Minuet and Trio Rondo
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Sonata Form 1. Exposition a. First theme introduced b. Bridge connection to second theme c. Second theme introduced 2. Development a. New treatments of first and second themes 3. Recapitulation a. First theme repeated b. Bridge repeated c. Second theme repeated
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Theme and Variation Theme is introduced Variation 1 is played Variation 2 is played
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Unformatted text preview: • Variation 3 is played • A, A1, A2, A3, A4. • Haydn's Symphony No. 94 in G Major • (Surprise Symphony) Minuet and Trio • Theme A is introduced • Theme B is introduced • Theme A is repeated • Mozart…A Little Night Music (Third Movement) Rondo A rondo features a tuneful main theme A which returns several times in alternation with other themes. ABACABA Beethoven String Quartet in C Minor, Op. 18, No. 4...
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13. Classical Forms - • Variation 3 is played • A A1 A2...

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