Glossary of LHHS OCAD Music String Quartet in D
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- From what era is the style of rhythm used from?
- What from era is the stlye of phrasing used from?
- What property of baroque music is visible in the rhythm of this piece?
- sense of perpetual motion, and rhytmic continuity
- What instrument is used as the main melody?
- first violin
- What about the first violin would make one think this piece was from the baroque era?
- it never stops, only taking a short break before the end
- In which era was this piece written?
- Who is the composer of this piece?
- Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
- Which types of instruments underline the Classical phrasing and properties used in the piece?
- Lower instruments
- The lower instruments give an accompaniment that defines a steady rhythm in what kind of phases?
- balanced and symmetrical
- The later part of the opening seem to accelerate, not because of the violin but why?
- other instruments move more quickly through syncopation and acceleration in the rate of harmonic change
- What is syncopation?
- when accents occur at unexpected times, on usually unaccented beats, or in between beats.
- This piece sounds like an imitation of which Baroque composer?
- Which refrain form is used in this piece which is the alternation of refrains with episodes?
- According to critic Charles Rosen,Hadyn writes in what form?
- "Classical counterpoint" or "conversational texture"
- How does this piece end?
- with a radical fragmentation of the main theme
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