Unformatted text preview: section. Symphony No.5 First Movement By Beethoven (1770-1827) The first theme of this movement also followed a certain short-short-short-long rhythmic pattern, creating a sense of tensity. Each long lasting note modified by a fermata is hold by the strings bursts with power. The second theme is announced by a horn-call motive, which is different from a simply pause in the Mozart’s piece. The development is not filled with two much variation. On the contrast, Beethoven expanded much about the coda section, and then at last minute, the movement reaches its climax....
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