Glossary of Music 15 - Ch. 5 Form
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- The organizing principle in music; its basic elements are repetition, contrast, and variation.
Grove's the construction or organizing element in music.
Logical coherence as a whole.
- (form) Fixes the material in our minds and satisfies our need for the familiar.
- (form) Stimulates our interest and feeds our love for change.
- (form) Some aspects of the music are altered but the original is still recognizable.
- Pieces created in performance as opposed to being pre-composed.
- Binary Form
- Two-part form
Statement - A
Departure - B
- Ternary Form
- Three-part form
Statement (chorus) - A
Contrast (departure)(Verse) - B
Repetition (chorus - A
- Melodic idea used as a building block in the construction of a musical work.
First in a series of musical events (of contrast and development)
- Thematic Development
- Elaborating and varying a musical idea, revealing its capacity for growth.
simplest is repetition
also sequence, breaking up the motive, call and response, ostinato
- Restatement of the theme in a higher or lower pitch level.
- The component parts of a theme. The smallest fragment of a theme that forms a melodic-rhythmic unit.
Can repeat, vary, combine them into new patterns for thematic development
- Call and Response
- Structure that recognizes a singing leader who is imitated by a chorus.
- A short musical pattern; melodic, rhythmic, or a composition.
.........in raindrop chopin.
Op. 28 No. 15 in D-flat major
- A complete, comparatively independent division of a large-scale work.
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