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Form 3 Mus

Farandole

QuestionAnswer
What key is it in? D minor/D major
What is the time signature? 4/4, 2/4
What is the tempo? Lively, allegro deciso
What is the form? ABA+B (Binary form)
What is the texture? Homophonic and polyphonic
What is the name of the march? March of the kings
How does this farandole differ to an original farandole? Original in 6/8, this in 2/4
How does the 1st playing of march of the kings differ to 2nd playing? 1st time its played by tutti, 2nd time its in canon.
Who comes in 1st with the canaon? violins, oboes, clarinets
Who comes in 2nd with the canon? viola, cello, bassoon, horn
How many beats later do they come in ? 2
Which percussion instrument announces the farandole tune? Tambourine
What key does the dance tune/farandole begin on? D major
Who plays the melody of the dance tune first? Flute and clarinet
How many parts to the dance tune? 2
Who plays off beat, fast rising notes? Violins
Define counterpoint? 2 independant lines of melody at the same time?
Which 2 tunes here are heard in counterpoint? March of the kings and farandole
What is the key at the beginning of A + B section? B minor
Which 2 brass instruments add to the drama? Bass drum and cymbals
What instrumental technique is used by strings in A+B section Pizzicato
Created by: gralovesmusic