Charlton2_PPT_ch12 9-29-10

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Chapter 12:

1 Chapter 12 The Classical Concerto

What is a Concerto?:

What is a Concerto? A work for a solo or group of soloists with orchestral accompaniment How many movements does a concerto have? 3!!! Fast-Slow-Fast 2

What is a cadenza? :

3 What is a cadenza? A section of music, usually in a concerto, played in an improvisatory style by a solo performer without orchestral accompaniment.

Name the Parts of the Sonata Form.:

4 Name the Parts of the Sonata Form. Exposition, Development and Recapitulation Sonata form for a Concerto is a little different

Featured Listening: Piano Concerto no. 23 in A Major, first movement, K. 488 by W.A. Mozart:

5 Featured Listening: Piano Concerto no. 23 in A Major , first movement, K. 488 by W.A. Mozart Listening Guide Excerpt from CD 3, tracks 29-37, pp. 131-132 Classical concerto Allegro tempo Double-exposition sonata form Homophonic texture Solo piano and orchestra Quadruple meter Listen to the orchestra play the first exposition: Listen to the piano play the second exposition: Listen to the piano play the cadenza: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRWXZ_mZygA

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