The Exposition begins with the first subject (bars 1-10) in b flat that ends on a perfect cadence. The next 12 bars move towards the dominant key of F major. This is called a transition section as it using the material from the first subject with a perfect cadence in the new dominant key at bars 13-14. The transition section ends with an imperfect cadence in bars 21-22. The second subject is split into two main melodic ideas which are both in the dominant of F major.
Johann Sebastian Bach Johann Sebastian Bach was an 18th century composer, musician and teacher. He was born on the 21st of March 1685 in Eisenach, Germany, to Maria Elizabetha and Johann Ambrosius Bach. Growing up Bach was taught to play the violin and harpsichord by his father and the organ by his famous uncle Johann Christoph Bach. Bach was a quick student and easily mastered the instruments given to him. At age 8 he attended the old Latin Grammar School where he learned to read and write and later joined the choir.
Air on the G string is the second movement of Suite No. 3 written by Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach was born in 1685 and orphaned by the age of 10. From there, he went to lve with his brother, J.C. Bach, and learned how to pay the organ. Bach then received a scholarship to St. Michael’s school in Lüneberg where he studied music alongside many other subjects.
He was playing piano concertos at the age of eight. Chopin became a successful composer, teacher and performer in Vienna and Paris. His piano music includes Polish folk music and dances such as the mazurka and polonaise, and reflects his love of his homeland. Chopin composed Prelude Number 15 whilst isolated in a monastery in Vallderosa in Spain because he had tuberculosis, an extremely infectious disease at the time. He died about a year later in Paris at the age of 39.
In the next few bars, Beethoven implies key changes very frequently: In bar seventy-seven he implies G minor because of the F natural and E flat. In bar seventy-nine he suggests C minor due to the E flat. In bar eighty he suggests B-flat major due to B flat and E flat. The codetta starts at bar eighty-eight and is in G major. The codetta is the same as the first subject with a slight development.
| My Favorite Mr. B in Music | Pamila Besaw | | Music Appreciation 1101 | Monday/Wednesday 9:30 | Dr. Clayton Turner, Instructor | My Favorite Mr. B in Music A musician that joined the ages, Leonard Bernstein’s talent spanned centuries, from the Classical Period, to Romantic Period, to Twentieth Century and Beyond. He started his musical journey with very little encouragement from his family. Through his intense drive for learning music, he became one of the most talented musicians of the 20th Century. Bernstein loved classical music and wrote many classical pieces, but he truly thrived and excelled in his romantic feel of music. “He was among the first conductors born and educated in the United States of America to receive
His father, Mathais, was a wheelwright who played the harp, and his mother Maria, was a cook for count Karl Anton Harrach. It was a family custom to call their children by their second name. Thus Joseph Haydn was his name. Joseph Haydn was a choirboy in St. Stephen’s Cathedral by the age of nine. He later was kicked at the age of seventeen out of the choir because he’s amazing voice had matured and he could no longer sing the higher notes.
* Mozart is known for his great melodic ideas, his melodies are simple, elegant and songful. * The three works of Op. 10 are in C minor, F major and D major. The first was begun in 1795 and the third completed by July 1798. Published in September, 1798, by Eder in Vienna, the set is dedicated to Countess Anna Margarete von Browne, whose husband, Count Johann von Browne (1767-1827), was one of Beethoven's chief early patrons.
THE CLASSICAL PERIOD (1750-1825) THE CLASSICAL PERIOD OF MUSIC 1) TIME OF GREAT MUSICAL EXPERIMENTATION AND DISCOVERY 2) CENTERS AROUND ACHIEVEMENTS OF VIENNESE SCHOOL A) HAYDN B) MOZART C) BEETHOVEN 3) THREE CHALLENGING PROBLEMS A) EXPLORE MAJOR-MINOR SYSTEM TO ITS FULLEST B) TO PERFECT A LARGE FORM OF ABSOLUTE INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC (THE SONATA CYCLE) C) TO DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN ITS (SONATA CYCLE) VARIOUS TYPES 1) SONATA 2) CONCERTO SYMPHONY 3) ELEMENTS OF THE CLASSICAL PERIOD 1) ELEGANT AND LYRICAL MELODIES A) ELEGANT AND LYRICAL MELODIES B) CLEAR-CUT CADENCES 2) THE HARMONIES THAT SUSTAINED THESE MELODIES A) FIRMLY ROOTED IN THE KEY RHYTHM 3) A) MUSIC WAS IN EITHER 2, 3, 4, OR 6/8 B) STAYED IN RHYTHMIC STYLE IT BEGAN WITH 4) FORM A) UNFOLDED
He was born on August 27, 1909. Around 1920 he moved to Minneapolis with his father, Willis Handy Young. Lester’s father had the most influence on him as a musician because his father taught him the love of music by teaching him how to play different instruments. Lester studied violin, trumpet, and drums until he decided to dedicate his heart to the saxophone. He began to master the alto saxophone by the age of thirteen.