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Mozart GCSE

Music GCSE Mozart's symphony no. 40

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When was the classical period? From 1750 –1830.
What are the three sections called in sonata form? (hint: expose, develop, recap) Exposition, development and recapitulation.
Which key is the sonata in? G minor. The tonic key - one that Mozart associated with sadness.
What is the tempo? Molto Allegro - very fast.
What is the metre / time signature? 4/4
In the second subject where does the key modulate? The relative major -
What is the texture of this movement? Mostly homophonic. Melody and accompaniment.
What key does the exposition end in? B flat major (the relative major).
What is the structure or form? Sonata form.
Which two instruments did Mozart NOT use in this piece? Trumpets and timpani (drums)
The first and second subjects are introduced in the exposition. Which key is the first subject usually in? The tonic. G minor in this case.
Created by: LokiLondon