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Department
Music
Course
MUSIC 27
Professor
James Davies
Semester
Fall

Description
Romanticism Organicism Fermata: ‘pause’ or ‘hold’ Exposition  Statement of themes Development  Big modulation, stuck on 4-note motive  Typical sequential passage  Increasing tension- hammering tympani  Then decreasing tension- bridge theme broken pu Recapitulation  2 fermatas (no high violins)  Theme 2 is in major mode (background motive) Coda  Turbulent minor-mode version of bridge theme  New march theme?? Full orchestra (ff)  Another recapitulation??  Final chords Teleology “teleological” The doctrine or study of ends or final causes, especially as related to the evidences of design or purpose in nature Typical plot of emotional journey in classical symphony  Serious 1 movement nd  Serious-sentimental 2 movement  Stately dance alternating with less stately dance 3 movement  Lively dance 4 movement The emotional white-knuckle ride in Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony  Serious 1 movement, fast, sonata form, allegro  Serious-sentimental soulful 2 movement, slow, theme and variations, andante rd  Dark humour and irony alternating with boisterous restlessness 3 movement (scherzo)
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