For each excerpt below, identify the structural function as either expository, transitional, developmental, or terminative. First, aurally identify the tonic and determine if the key is maintained or another (or multiple other) keys occur. Also, listen for cadences to demarcate the form.
Figure 25.6.1 Haydn, Piano Sonata No. 59 in E-flat major, Hob. XVI:49, I.
Figure 25.6.2 Beethoven, Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67, I.
Figure 25.6.3 Mozart, Piano Sonata No. 18 in D major, K.576, I.
Figure 25.6.4 Mozart, Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550, I.
Figure 25.6.5 Mozart, Piano Sonata No. 7 in C major, K. 309, I.
Figure 25.6.6 Haydn, Symphony No. 104 In D major, Hob. I:104, I.
Figure 25.6.7 Mozart, Piano Sonata No. 7 in C major, K. 309, I.
Figure 25.6.8 Mozart, Piano Sonata No. 18 in D major, K.576, I.
Figure 25.6.9 Mozart, Piano Sonata No. 8 in A minor, K. 310, I.
Figure 25.6.10 Haydn, Piano Sonata No. 60 in C major, Op. 79, Hob. XVI:50, I.
Figure 25.6.11 Mozart, Piano Sonata No. 14 in C Minor, K. 457, I.
Figure 25.6.12 Mozart, Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550, IV.
Mozart K. 576: Transitional
Mozart K. 550: Developmental
Mozart K. 309: Expository
Mozart K. 309: Transitional
Mozart K. 576: Terminative
Mozart K. 310: Terminative
Mozart K. 457: Expository
Mozart K. 550, IV: Developmental