Orchestral suite wriaen for an excursion down the

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Unformatted text preview: tempo, and certain melodic characterisQcs were kept the same BUT, composers added new harmonies and counterpoint George Frideric Handel. “Hornpipe” from Water Music h,p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjcrmvkZ2tQ (1717)!       Orchestral suite Wriaen for an excursion down the River Thames (London) by King George I Hornpipe  ­ energeQc dance with three beats to the measure   Binary form  ­ a musical form in two parts (AB)   Theme repeated by different groups of instruments   Can you hear how this work is “dance ­like”?   Listen to the changes in instrument “colors” George Frideric Handel. “Hornpipe” from Water Music h,p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjcrmvkZ2tQ (1717)! Listen:   Strings play A theme and repeat   Strings play B theme and repeat   Woodwinds play A theme and repeat   Woodwinds play B theme and repeat   Strings play A theme and repeat   Strings play B theme and repeat Sonata!     A work for one or a few instruments In the Baroque:   Sonata da chiesa (church sonata) • More serious, more counterpoint   Sonata da camera (chamber sonata) • More light ­hearted, stylized dance music   Trio sonata (2 upper voices and conQnuo) • Divided into contrasQng movements (or individual secQons) • Let’s look at an example… Arcangelo Corelli. Second movement from Trio Sonata in F, Op. 3 No. 1. hap://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TztnXa7FMQY (starQng 2:02) (1681)! Listen:   ImitaVon between the 2 violins   What might the racing notes from the second secQon depict if this was a dramaQc work? Arcangelo Corelli. Third movement from Trio Sonata in F, Op. 3 No. 1. hap://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TztnXa7FMQY (starQng 3:20) (1681)! Listen:   Waltz ­like feel; can hear three beats to the measure?   Interplay between violins; exchange of melodic ideas (...
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