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sym40inGmajor

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When was symphony no.40 in G major written? In 1788.
Where was it intended to be performed? In large stately homes or small concert halls.
How many movements does the symphony have and which one are we studying? The symphony has four movements, this is the first one..
div.(viola part) = The players divide into groups.
1 = A single person plays this part.
a 2 = Both players play this part.
sf = Accent.
tr = Trill.
In what form is this piece written? It is written in sonata form.
What three parts make up the sonata form? The exposition, the development and the recapitulation.
The exposition covers the: First subject and second subject.
What key is the first subject of the Exposition in? G minor.
Description of the first subject in the Exposition: Melody that is characterized by a falling motif (2 semiquavers followed by one quaver).
Description of the second subject in the Exposition: Melody with descending chromatic patterns shared between strings and woodwind.
What key is the second subject of the Exposition in? B♭ major.
Development description: Based on the first subject which is developed and fragmented.
Development key? Moves through various keys, starts in F♯ minor.
Recapitulation description: The first and second subjects are repeated but they both have some variation. There is also a coda. All three parts are in G minor.
Brief description of coda: Repeated perfect cadences in G minor finish the piece!
What are most of the melodies made up of? Most of the melodies are made up of balanced four or eight bar phrases that sound like questions and answers.
Many phrases are based on what and therefore called what? Many melodies are based on scales and therefore called scalic.
Description of the harmony: The harmony is diatonic and functional. It is based around standard major and minor triads.
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