Revised Theory II Homework 13

Revised Theory II Homework 13 - progressive period, or...

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Name_______________________________ Theory II (Music Studies 1712) Homework #13 For each of the following: a) Provide a Roman numerals, with inversion numbers b) Show each tonicization by bracketing the tonicized music and analyzing in the tonicized key
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Homework #13, pg. 2 For each of the following: c) Provide a Roman numerals, with inversion numbers d) Show each modulation via a pivot chord, as discussed in class (remember to choose a predominant in the new key as your pivot whenever possible) e) Draw a phrase diagram with arcs, measure numbers per phrase, melodic content (a, a’, b, etc.) and cadences per phrase f) Name the progressive* period as parallel progressive period, contrasting
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Unformatted text preview: progressive period, or sentence structure (progressive) Phrase diagram: Parallel progressive* period, contrasting progressive period, or sentence structure (progressive): *a "progressive" period is one that ends in a key other than in which it began; "parallel", "contrasting", and "sentence structure" all refer to melodic content (rather than harmonic), and their meanings do not change Homework #13, pg. 3 Phrase diagram: Parallel progressive period, contrasting progressive period, or sentence structure (progressive):...
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