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classical period
1750-1820, compositions consist of several movements, homophonic,
string quartet
composition for 2 violins, a viola, and a cello; usually consisting of four movements
Beethoven, String Quartet in C
sonata form
form of a single movement; the exposition, development, and recapitulation, the coda
Mozart, Symphony No 40, Beethoven, Symphony No 5
Recapitulation
Third section of a Sonata-form movement, presented same as exposition however all principal material is now in the tonic key
Exposition
First section of a sonata-form movement which sets up a strong conflict between the tonic key and the new key; and between the first theme and the 2nd theme
Development
Second section of a sonata-form movement in which themes from the exposition are developed and music moves through several different keys
Coda
In a sonata-form movement a concluding section following the recapitulation and rounding off the movement by repeating themes or developing them further
theme and variations
Form in which a basic musical idea (theme) is repeated over and over and is changed each time in melody, rhythm, harmony, and dynamics, or tone color.
Rondo
Compositional form featuring a main theme (A) which returns several times in alternation with other themes, such as ABACA and ABACABA. Often the form of the last movement
Symphony
Orchestral composition, usually in 4 movements, typically lasting between 20 and 45 mins, exploiting the expanded range of tone color and dynamics of the orchestra
Concerto
Extended composition for instrumental soloist and orchestra, usually in 3 movements (1)fast (2)slow (3)fast
Cadenza
Unaccompanied section of virtuoso display for the soloist in a concerto, usually appearing near the end of the 1st movement and sometimes in the last movement.
Symphone No 94 in G Major, 2nd movement
Haydn
classic andante-2nd movement
theme & variations
String Quartet in C minor, Op. 18, No 4, 4th movement
Beethoven
classic
Rondo (Allegro)
Symphony No 5 in C minor, Op 67, 1st movement
Beethoven
classic
1st movement- Allegro con brio (allegro with vigor)
sonata form
Piano Concerto No 23 in A major, 1st movement
Mozart
classic
1st mvmt-allegro
Symphony no 40 in G minor, 1st movement
Mozart
classic
most passionate & dramatic of Mozart's symphonies
agitated movement
Don Giovanni, Act 1, Opening scene
Mozart
classic
Don Juan
opera/comic and serious