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## Exercises13.9Practice Exercises

For the each excerpt below, do the following:

• Label chords with Roman numerals at the ends of phrases to determine cadences

• Label cadences by type (PAC, IAC, HC, PC, DC)

• Examine the motivic structure to determine if a phrase is a sentence

• Create a diagram of the form using cadence abbreviations (HC, DC, PC, IAC, and PAC) and letters to designate melody (a, a’, b, etc.). Use the “prime” symbol (') to show if a melody ends with a different cadence. In this chapter, the prime symbol should not be used to represent embellishment of the melody or changes in the harmonization or register.

• Name the form of the excerpt (sentence, parallel period, contrasting period, asymmetrical period, parallel double period, repeated phrase, repeated period).

###### 1.Mozart, “Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen,”The Magic Flute.  Answer

Mozart, The Magic Flute, “Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen”:

• Chords: $\left.\text{I}\right.$–$\left.\text{V}\right.$, $\left.\text{V}\right.$–$\left.\text{I}\right.$

• Cadences: HC, PAC

• No Sentences

• Melodic labels: a, b

• Form: contrasting period

###### 2.Mozart, Piano Sonata K. 333, I.    Answer

Mozart, Piano Sonata K. 333, I:

• Chords: $\left.\text{vii}^{\circ}{}\right.$–$\left.\text{I}\right.$, $\left.\text{vi}\right.$–$\left.\text{V}\right.$, $\left.\text{vii}^{\circ}{}\right.$–$\left.\text{I}\right.$, $\left.\text{V}\right.$–$\left.\text{I}\right.$

• Cadences: IAC, HC, IAC, PAC

• The 2nd phrase is a sentence

• Melodic labels: a, b, a, b'

• Form: parallel double period

###### 3.Edmond Dédé, Chicago, Grande Valse à l'Américaine.   Answer

Dédé, Chicago:

• Chords: $\left.\text{V}\right.$,$\left.\text{V}\right.$, $\left.\text{V}\right.$, $\left.\text{V}\right.$, $\left.\text{V}\right.$–$\left.\text{I}\right.$

• Cadences: HC, HC, HC, PAC

• The 1st and 3rd phrases are sentences

• Melodic labels: a, a, a, a'

• Form: parallel double period

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