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unit 3. chapter 13-

unit 3. chapter 13- - For chapter 13 Define sonata Compare...

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For chapter 13 Define sonata Compare the classical concerto with the baroque solo concerto. Compare double exposition form with sonata form What is a string quartet Opera buffa-ensemble Make sure that you know the number and type of movements that each instrumental genre has-symphony, sonata, string quartet, concerto Chapter 13-other classical genres The sonata The classical concerto The string quartet Opera buffa The sonata Term has various meanings-a type of form, or a piece for a soloist or one instrumentalist with piano accompaniment Not designed for concerts but for amateurs Usually not too difficult limited in expression Movements of the sonata Three movements o 1 st -fast and sonata form o 2 nd -slow, with no standard form
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o 3 rd -fast often a rondo Compare this form with that of a symphony Mozart- piano sonata in bb, k 570 (1787) pg. 189 3 rd movement ABCA form The classical Concerto New invention!!! Double-exposition form-Orchestra presents 2 themes (no modulation)-then soloist and orchestra present both themes in traditional way Development Retransition Recapitulation with bigh showy cadenza Soloist and orchestra equally important 3 movements. No minuet movement Mozart-Piano concert in A, K 488 Double exposition form-p 203 The String Quartet 2 violins I viola I cello All parts equally imnprtant 1 st mm.-fast, sonata form
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2 nd mm.-slow, no standard form 3 rd -minuet with trio 4 th -fast, sonata or rondo form Italy & opera buffa (p. 207) Italy developed opera buffa The Ensemble- a musical number sung by 2 or more people Each member of the ensemble expresses a different emotion-mood changes quickly (compare with the Da Capo aria) Don Giovanni-a comedy/tragedy Don Giovanni Zerlina
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