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Structure in classical music
Binary form, ternary form, Romeo, variations, sonata form
Sonata, chamber music, symphony, concerto, divertimento meaning entertainment music
Piano solo or duet with any solo instruments. 3 or 4 movements with different speeds.
Fast in sonata form
Slower speed in binary or ternary form or theme and variation or sonata form
2 violins, viola, cello, sonata for strings with 4 movements
Uses sonata form, the end of the first movement has a cadenza where the soloist shows off. No minuet and trio
A sonata for the full orchestra
A large version of ternary form which is ABA. A is exposition. B is development. C. Is recapitulation.
Made up of the s or tunes called subjects. Each subject is made of small phrases or musical sentences.
Subjects are linked by this. It changes to key signature(to introduce the 2nd subject)and is only a short phrase.
Exposition ends with this, the whole exposition is heard once more before developmeny
Takes one of the 4 subjects and develops it modulating key signatures
The first section is heard again without modulation
Classical music characteristics
Uses clear structure, binary and ternary for example
Uses piano instead of harpsichord
Use of crescendo
Use of modulation
Use of major and minor tonality
Use of counter melodies
Cherubini, Clemente, hoffmeister, gluek
An accompaniment derived from broken chords.