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    1. Piano Sonata No. 13 in E-flat major Op. 27 No. 1 Objective Description: The first movement, No. 13 in E-flat major Op. 27 begins with a soft note that goes higher note as steps. The same melody repeats few times, then the sound goes gradually louder the sound, but at the certain point, the sound suddenly goes small like pianissimo. Then three note beats that repeats, then smaller touch of pair starts. Then, the same melody gets faster and faster. This piece ends by the same melody as in the beginning but ended strongly at the end. Starts with a piano tone that melody goes up and down on the keyboard that repeats few times. Suddenly mood changes by the completely different melody which uses middle keys of the piano keyboard with mezzo forte. After the melody, it gets back to the same melody as the beginning but it is stronger than it was in the beginning. In the middle of second movement, there is the mix melody of main melody and back melody. Play by one main melody note and one back melody note and going higher and higher. Play same phrases which is the one with main melody tone goes higher and follow by one goes lower. Toward the end, it becomes really loud by the crescendo and faster and faster. Ending is with one note that echoing till sounds disappear. Start with piano and very slow. Some part played fast high note with mezzo forte but other than that mostly sound is between piano and mezzo piano. After the soft piano note that barely can hear melody…

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    Classical Period Form

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    Symphonies are large works that are written for the entire orchestra. Symphonies were developed during the classical period. The classical period changed the style of music. During the baroque era music was more complex and required the audience to think more about the music. The foundation or harmony was simplistic but the melody was more complex because of the range composers had to work from. During the baroque era a big genre is the concerto. This music was written for an orchestra and a…

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    the French Revolution, and the Napoleonic Wars. Also during the classical period the power shifted from the nobility and the church to the middle class. The classical music period contained contrasting moods with rhythmic variety. The classical period was homophonic in texture. The three main forms in the classical period are sonata form, theme and variations, and rondo. Sonata form is single movements that consist of three parts; the exposition, the development, the recapitulation, and the…

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    I went to the University Symphony Orchestra's "An Evening of Handel, Schubert, and Haydn" on Thursday, April 2014 in the Daniel Recital Hall. The corridor was substantially more gathered than I anticipated. At the start of the show, the ensemble was situated on the stage; the men wore tuxedos, and the ladies wore dark dresses or jeans. The concertmaster turned out to tune the symphony, and after that the director made his door and gave a concise portrayal of the piece that was going to be…

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    Symphony no.40 contains an exposition, a development, and a recapitulation. The exposition of a sonata form is a large section of music that introduces the basic material of the movement. This section usually includes the first theme, the second theme, and the cadence theme. In Symphony no.40, the exposition introduces the main theme of the entire piece. In this exposition, the first theme is repeated several times, and then the second theme is introduced shortly after the first theme. The next…

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    choose between Ludwig Van Beethoven or Johann Sebastian Bch. Both very great composer with very great works of music, but my composer of choice is going to be Ludwig Van Beethoven. Beethoven’s piece of music composed that I choose as well is The Symphony No. 5 in C Minor. Ludwig Van Beethoven was born in Bonn, the Capital of the Electorate of Cologne and part of the Holy Roman Empire. Still to this day there is uncertainty of the exact day that Beethoven was born. Matter of law and custom,…

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    In this research paper I will discussing the Classical Style Comparison of Franz Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Comparing similar pieces, and works, and symphonies. Also comparing their relationships to string instruments. Including Haydn’s Oxford symphony no. 92 in G Major, Mozart’s symphony No. 40, 1st movement “Allegro”. In his time, Haydn 's style was perceived as exceedingly person. His syntheses had expansive interest since they joined the acquainted with the unforeseen. Outline of…

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    Philharmonic Hall which located in Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC). It was an around 120 minute concert including 20 minutes interval in between. Two great works was presented on this day which was Piano Concerto in A minor by Schumann and Symphony No.4 in E flat major- ‘Romantic’ by Bruckner. In this concert, Constantin Trinks was the conductor whereas David Fray was the pianist. The concert started with Piano Concerto in A minor, Op.54 by Schumann. This work consists of three movements. First…

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    Before the late 19th century, the classical music was performed for entertainment purposes as a result of patron-controlled music. This restricted design soon dissipated with the introduction of Beethoven and his symphonies. As a result of his independent musical career, Beethoven was given the opportunity to explore unregulated music. Decades later in the late 19th century, this meaningful music would further popularize and form the musical canon, a collection of great musical compositions that…

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    The Romantic period began around the 1800’s and lasted only until around the 1850’s but with it came two fantastic God-fearing musicians. Johannes Brahms was one of those musicians and his music was truly emotional. Johannes was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1833 and was first introduced to music by his father. Dedicated to both music and his son, Brahms’ father, who played double bass in a civic orchestra,had Brahms taught by Friedrich Cossel and Eduard Marxan, whom kindly taught him without…

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