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Joseph Haydn: Clock Symphony
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What instruments are in Haydn's Clock symphony?
What do the quavers at the begining of the piece and throughout represent?
A Tick Tock (clock symphony)
What is the dynamic at the beginning of movement two?
Which instruments are all playing the same at the beginning of movement two?
Bassoon, double bass and violin.
What is the speed at the beginning of the movement two?
What is Andante?
Walking Pace (LLAAMAVP)
Where does the main melody come in? What rhythm is it?
Violin 1, bar two. Dotted rhythms.
What use of ornamentation does Haydn use from the beginning of movement two?
What key is it written in?
What key does it modulate to? Known as the...
G major, the subdominant of the original key.
What time signature is Haydn's clock symphony written in?
What melodic techniques does Haydn use?
2 main theme structure.
Begins in the first violins.
The flutes double the first melody.
Use of acciaccaturas.
Melody modulates fromd major to g major.
Variety of dynamics.
Use of sequence.
What rhythmic techniques does Haydn use?
Dotted and double dotted rhythms.
Even note lengths, lots of quavers.
Use of demi-semi quavers to add development.
Use of sextuplets.
How does Haydn use instrumenation?
Opens with the ticking effect Bassoon playing staccato, violin 2, cellos, and double bass playing pizzicato.
Violins play the opening theme, arco.
Oboe plays inverted pedal.
Flutes double the 1st violin melody.
Bass and timpani join in for minor section.
Clarinet and brass atr transposing instruments.
Timpani only has two notes, G and D.
What are transposing instruments?
Instruments written in a different key.
What dynamic techniques does Haydn use?
After second time bar, p f p f.
Dramatic change to f for minor section.
ff in minor section where all instruments play.
pp ay the return of the major section.
What strcuture does Haydn use?
Ternary Form. ABA - Major, Minor, Major.
What tonality does Haydn use?
Modulates to D major - Dominant
Modulates to G minor - Tonic minor
Unrelated key of Eb major - Dramatic effect.
What harmony techniques does Haydn use?
Major chords, Minor chords, Dominant seventh chords, prefect/imperfect cadences.
What articulation techniques does Haydn use?
What is the tempo?
What textural techniques does Haydn use?
Melody and accompaniment.
Homophonic texture in minor section - brass chords.
Octaves - Cell + Double Bass
Unison. Violins and flute.
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