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Exercises 24.9 Practice Exercises

Day One

1.

For Handel's Gavotte, HWV 491, please fill in the blanks below the staves and diagram the form. Also, name the form. You will need to determine which notes are non-chord tones in order to determine Roman numerals.

Figure 24.9.1. George Frideric Handel, Gavotte, HWV 491

For the piece above, complete the following diagram based on your analysis. Include section labels using uppercase letters, phrase labels using lowercase letters, and cadences using the abbreviations PAC, IAC, HC, DC, PC.

Circle all of the terms that apply to the name of the form:

2.

For the theme from first movement of Mozart's Piano Sonata in A major, K. 331, please fill in the blanks below the staves and diagram the form. Also, name the form.

Figure 24.9.2. Mozart, Piano Sonata K. 331, I

For the piece above, complete the following diagram based on your analysis. Include section labels using uppercase letters, phrase labels using lowercase letters, and cadences using the abbreviations PAC, IAC, HC, DC, PC.

Circle all of the terms that apply to the name of the form:

Day Two

3.

For this Polonaise in F major by Mozart, please fill in the blanks below the staves and diagram the form. Also, name the form.

Figure 24.9.3. Mozart, Polonaise in F major

For the piece above, complete the following diagram based on your analysis. Include section labels using uppercase letters, phrase labels using lowercase letters, and cadences using the abbreviations PAC, IAC, HC, DC, PC.

Circle all of the terms that apply to the name of the form:

4.

For this Allegro in B-flat major (K. 3) by Mozart, please fill in the blanks below the staves and diagram the form. Also, name the form.

Figure 24.9.4. Mozart, Allegro in B-flat major

On scratch paper, create a diagram of the form. Include section labels using uppercase letters, phrase labels using lowercase letters, and cadences using the abbreviations PAC, IAC, HC, DC, PC.

Circle all of the terms that apply to the name of the form:

Answer

Two-Reprise Continuous Ternary, if looking at the proportion, or Two-Reprise Continuous Rounded Binary, if you interpret the first two notes in bar 13 as being built from the first two notes in bar 1—and if you are considering that Mozart, as a Classical-era composer, is likely to compose a rounded binary. Two-Reprise Continuous Balanced Binary is a label that describes that the endings of the halves are the same, but doesn't take into account the return of the opening material in bar 21.

Day Three

5.

Please fill in the blanks below the staves and diagram the form of “After the Ball” from Alexander Gretchaninoff's Children’s Book, Op.98. Also, name the form.

Figure 24.9.5. Gretchaninoff, Children’s Book, Op.98, No. 13, “After the Ball”

On scratch paper, create a diagram of the form. Include section labels using uppercase letters, phrase labels using lowercase letters, and cadences using the abbreviations PAC, IAC, HC, DC, PC.

Circle all of the terms that apply to the name of the form:

Answer

Sectional Ternary

6.

For the theme from Brahms's Variations on a Theme of Haydn Op. 56a (the theme is also known as “St. Anthony's Chorale”), please fill in the blanks below the staves and diagram the form. Also, name the form.

Figure 24.9.6. Brahms, Variations on a Theme of Haydn, Op. 56a

On scratch paper, create a diagram of the form. Include section labels using uppercase letters, phrase labels using lowercase letters, and cadences using the abbreviations PAC, IAC, HC, DC, PC.

Circle all of the terms that apply to the name of the form:

Answer

Two-Reprise Sectional Rounded Binary (because the motives from the first section are used in the construction of the melody of the second section)

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