Effective and interesting music uses a combination of unity

Reading:

Tarasti, E. (2012). Semiotics of Classical Music : How Mozart, Brahms and Wagner Talk to Us. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

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Part 1

Schweizer, S. L. (2010). Timpani Tone and the Interpretation of Baroque and Classical Music. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Definitions:

  • String quartet – A quartet of performers on stringed instruments usually including a first and second violin, a viola, and a cello
  • Serenade – An instrumental composition in several movements, written for a small ensemble, and midway between the suite and the symphony in style
  • Divertimento – An instrumental chamber work in several movements usually light in character
  • Overture – A piece of music played at the start of an opera, a musical play, etc.
  • Symphony – A long piece of music that is usually in four large, separate sections and that is performed by an orchestra
  • Exposition – The first part of a musical composition in sonata form in which the thematic material of the movement is presented
  • Recapitulation – The third section of a sonata form
  • Modulation – A change from one musical key to another
  • Coda – A concluding musical section that is formally distinct from the main structure
  • Sonata – An instrumental musical composition typically of three or four movements in contrasting forms and keys
  • Concerto – A piece for one or more soloists and orchestra with three contrasting movements

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Haydn – Symphony no 94 “Surprise”: 1st movement

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Here we have Haydn’s Symphony No. 94 in G major called “Mit dem Paukenschlag” Which loosely translates to “with the kettledrum stroke.” However, most people well recognize this as his “Surprise” Symphony. It is so called for its sudden unexpected hits and jumps. This is Mozart’s 3rd movement from his Piano Sonata in A Major It is called the Turkish March. As one can see, Mozart shows off not only his fine compositional skills but his ability to compose and play virtuosic piano. The player here is Massimiliano Ferrati. It is always hard to choose a Beethoven piece for an example because there are so many of them that can be identified immediately. Here is Beethoven’s 5th Symphony as conducted by Heinrich Schiff. I believe that almost everyone will know this incredibly well. It shows his masterful compositional skills and his tremendous power. It is easy to hear the difference between this and Mozart. Schubert was the transitional composer working in both the Classic Era and Romantic Era. This piano piece for 4 hands is not quite classical in its sound nor romantic. Supplemental Resources:

Below are a couple pieces of supplemental reading material that illustrates the connections between the Baroque and Classical periods.

The Classical or Viennese Period

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Ludwig van Beethoven

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