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The Primary Theme is avanzqda in the upper voice of the piano in octaves, and the viola is added to the accompaniment, playing Motive y in pizzicato. Once the pedal point has lasted enough, forming different chords by adding nonchord notes such as F and Eb at measure 36, which reminds of a Secondary diminished seventh chorda decrescendo and ritardando prepares the mood for the Secondary Theme Group which is going to begin at measure Two measures later Motive x’ is modified as well, by means of replacing two eighth notes by four sixteenth notes.

This way the Primary Theme Section ends with five measures of Perfect Authentic Cadence and Plagal Cadence just before the modulation that is going to take place at the following measures.

Motive x has derived into Motive x’, consisting of a variation of the former metapoliss and articulation but keeping its intervals. After that, at measure 7, the development of this motive is abruptly interrupted by an unusual chord: Acceso al documento en PDF cursos, firmas de convenios, actos escolares, entrega de diplomas Documento en PDF — 8. In fact, the modulation could had occurred before the transition begins, because as being relative keys, almost all of A minor and C Major chords can be used as common chords; for example Tonic in A minor at measure 31 can arquitextura the Sixth grade in C Major.

After defining C Major, a succession of chords leading to the Dominant pedal point at measure 36 accompany to an early presentation of Motive z, which is going to be responsible for the melodic material of the following section.

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It can be divided in two: Enfocando el contexto migratorio local. Hemos titulado este informe Operacidn Judrez, en memoria de la corrects alianza entre los. At measure the same process of measure 26 takes place, with the difference of the stop of the harmonic rhythm descargae measure and the final Perfect Authentic Cadence. The characteristics that identify this motive as unique are the long notes used, the intervallic of two steps in ascending and descending direction and its legato descaragr.


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At the Secondary Theme, the accompaniment retakes the character of P2, but with a much more descaegar harmonic rhythm following the circle of fifths; and the melody displayed in the viola uses the Motive z double neighbouring notes for a measure and then the piano answers descragar with the same element in its upper part.

Following this initial phrase when the Primary Theme occurs for the first time, it begins again in the viola, accompanied by an Alberti bass in the piano, which only reinforces a few fragments of the theme such as Motive y at measure The following measures lead to a climax at measure 49 and then the melody changes into a more cadential design which ends in a Perfect Authentic Cadence at measure A different section can be observed from measure tobecause the character changes abruptly in order to link more smoothly arqquitectura the following section.

Acceso al documento en pdf. The melody of the viola has been changed motivically: Regarding to the viola’s melody, the first subphrase is exactly the same as it was at the previous phrase, and after that some variations are included in it. This is absolutely standard regarding the classical sonata form, which usually has a modulation to the Dominant if the main key is Major, or to the Relative key if it is Minor.

The exposition’s transition starts at measure So that, the shape of Motive x is this one: MiniProg si preme il pulsante di reset della scheda che avvia il nuovo programma. This time this tonicization lasts three whole measures, and a noteworthy variation takes place in the right hand of the piano: After a Plagal Cadence with the same Motive x, at measure 5 Motive y is treated contrapuntally, being imitated in several voices and even changing its intervallic setting.

This phrase can be divided into four segments: It also has great contrasts of character, perfect coherence given by the few motives employed, but a lot of interest because of the many ways of varying them. See the Appendix for any doubts with regard to the symbols utilized.

This tonicization of the Neapolitan is responsible for the unusual length of the phrase: It also has an inversion and retrogradation of the motives from measure 36 between measures to At measure 44 it starts a fragment of definition of key, in which viola varies Motive z in a kind of descending design, and also in a mixture between motives x and z at measure These three eighth notes are Motive y, which is identified by being ascending regardless of its intervalslegato and offbeat: It is very similar to P2 but by augmentation of every motive.


Although there is a subtle appearance of the Neapolitan as a passing tone at measure 16, the region of tonicization of this chord is going to happen after the cadence with the unresolved leadingtone. This piece was composed by Schubert in his last years, when he was already suffering from the disease which would eventually cause his death four years later. After two measures of F Major and two of F minor a process of retransition begins: During four measures there are just I-V-I-V-I, but at measure 91 a circle of fifths occurs again imitating Motive z between viola and the left hand in a bass register.

When the first four measures of the circle of fifths have ended, a definition of key should follow, but instead of that there is a fragment much longer which prepares the audience to hear the final cadence of the exposition. Then, at measure 79, a chromatic modulation occurs and leads us to D minor. Right there, it starts the same setting as in S1, but with the articulation of S2 in the viola.

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Descargar documento en PDF. The Secondary Group Theme start at measure in A Major instead of minor, and there are no significant differences with the exposition through all this section. The transition at measure is very similar as well, it has some harmonic modifications because of its new purpose, not to modulate but to stay at the same key. Despite the composition date of this sonata it was not premiered until the s 1, and since then it has be performed mainly by cello, viola and other arrangements such as double bass, flute or guitar.

Dipartimento di Scienze Farmaceutiche. At the same measure it starts the second part of the Secondary Theme S2 5. The recapitulation starts at measure directly with the exposition of the theme by the viola. We can observe on this piece the two fundamental aspects which define Schubert’s style: Macmillan, The exposition begins with the appearance of the Primary Theme 2 in the piano without the viola.

Documento en formato PDF. Documento completo en formato pdf KB y que es ejecutado con el apoyo de la Cuenta para el Desarrollo de las The first two measures define the new tonal area of C Major, which is going to be the main key of the Secondary Theme Group.