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Title: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart


1
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Symphony No. 40 in G Minor

2
First Movement
  • Sonata form
  • Woodwinds
  • Horn
  • Strings

3
Themes
  • First Theme Track 1
  • Second Theme Track 3

4
Exposition, First Theme
  • Main theme in violins, soft, throbbing
    accompaniment in violas, minor key
  • Full orchestra, loud

5
Exposition, Bridge
  • Violins, soft, main theme takes new turn to
  • Full orchestra, loud, major key, staccato motive
    and insistent upward scales in violins. Pause

6
Exposition, 2nd Theme
  • Lyrical melody, soft, major key, strings and
    woodwinds
  • Woodwinds and strings, soft, lyrical melody
    somewhat varied. Crescendo in full orchestra
  • Staccato phrase, loud, downward scale, soft to

7
Exposition, Closing section
  • String sighs, soft, 3-note motive in woodwinds,
    violins, loud. Varied repetition of string sighs
    and 3-note motive
  • Downward scales, forte, full orchestra, cadence
    in major key
  • Exposition is repeated

8
Development
  • High woodwinds, soft lead to
  • Violins, soft, main-theme phrase repeated on
    lower pitches
  • Sudden, loud, full orchestra, main-theme phrase
    combined with rapid countermelody
  • Sudden soft, high violins and woodwinds, 3-note
    motive
  • Sudden loud, full orchestra, 3-note motive
  • Sudden soft, high flutes and clarinets, 3-note
    motive carried down to . . .

9
Recapitulation First Theme
  • Main theme in violins, soft, throbbing
    accompaniment in violas, minor key.
  • Full orchestra

10
Recapitulation Bridge
  • Violins soft, main theme takes new turn to
  • Full orchestra loud, staccato motive in violins
    and cellos.
  • Insistent upward scales in violins, loud
  • Pause

11
Recapitulation 2nd theme
  • Lyrical melody, soft, minor key, strings and
    woodwinds
  • Woodwinds and strings, soft, lyrical melody
    somewhat varied. Crescendo in full orchestra
  • Staccato phrase, loud, downward scale, soft to .
    . .

12
Recapitulation Closing Section
  • String sighs, soft, 3-note motive in woodwinds,
    violins, loud.
  • Varied repetition of string stighs and 3-note
    motive.
  • Downward scales, loud, full orchestra

13
Coda
  • Sudden soft, main-theme motive in strings
  • Full orchestra, loud, cadence in minor key.

14
What is the first part of a movement in sonata
form?
  • A -Development
  • B - Recapitulation
  • C - Exposition

15
How many themes are usually in a movement in
sonata form?
  • A - 1
  • B - 2
  • C - 3

16
What is an optional part at the end of a movement?
  • A - Slow introduction
  • B Change of key
  • C - Coda

17
Second Movement
  • Sonata form
  • Andante moderately slow
  • Repeated note theme with
  • 2-note rhythmic figure

18
Third Movement
  • Menuetto (Allegretto quickly)
  • Minuet and trio form
  • Not much like a dance though
  • Minuet (A)
  • Trio (B)
  • Minuet (A)

19
Fourth Movement
  • Sonata form
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