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Music Theory 3
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How do you turn diatonic progressions into a chromatic progression?
-subsitute chromatic harmonies from simple diatonic ones
-embellish the diatonic frame work with chromatic passing or neighbor tones
a non diatonic triad whose root is a major or minor third above or below ^1. while chromatic media ya can appear as individual harmonies within a progression.
A diatonic sequence transformed by substituting chromatic harmonies for diatonic ones, or by chromatic embellishment.
one note that is common in two chords
two notes in common between two chords
respelling a chord in flats to one in sharps.
for example: g flat to f sharp
what are the three major sections of a piece in sonata form?
exposition, development, recapitulation
first theme (tonic key) and second theme
How does sonata form change between the classical and romantic periods?
bigger longer works, more intense development, more adventurous modulations
first theme and second theme now in tonic key
An embellishment or flourish, prepared or improvised, for a solo voice or instrument.
A third theme that might be found near the end of a sonata-form exposition; part of the second theme group if it shares the same key.
A section at the end of the piece that extends the tonic area and brings the work to a close
the section of a sonata form devoted to the exploration and variation of motives and themes from the exposition.
in sonata form the first large section features two primary key areas with a modulators transition between them.
The use of two expositions in a concerto, one for the orchestra and the other featuring the soloist.
if the music ends with a coda, the music from the exposition is heard again.
what are the sections in a rondo form called?
refrain (repeating section) episodes (differing b, c, etc. sections)
5 part rondo
A B A' C A" Coda
7 part rondo
A B A C A B' (or D) A coda
7 part rondo that includes a development section
what is large ternary form ?
A B A'
types of ternary form
intermezzo, nocturne, romance
a regularly repeated line or group of lines in a song
a contrasting section in a rondo; generally less tonally stable than in the refrain
A formal scheme created by joining smaller, composite forms into an A B A form.
each statement of the "A" section is changed and developed slightly
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