Berlioz4 - new? Describe the instrumentation. What effect...

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Hector Berlioz (1803-1869): Symphonie Fantastique (1830), movement 4 How would you describe the form of this movement? What is the meter? Describe the shape of the repeated melodic idea in the first part. How many times is it repeated? Identify the instruments/instrumental families that play it each time. Which instrument(s) play the countermelody? What style of playing are the strings using at the end? How would you describe the form of just the second main section? Is all the material
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Unformatted text preview: new? Describe the instrumentation. What effect do these choices in instrumentation have on the mood of the section? Why do you think there is a coda? Do you think this movement fits the program Berlioz devised? If so, where do the specific events mentioned in the program correlate with the music? If not, why not? (i.e. why doesnt the music correlate with the story Berlioz created.) Vocabulary: Program music Absolute music Countermelody Inversion Ide fixe Coda...
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