1 CLASSICAL STYLE RISE OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC The new style gallant musical style in opera was adapted for instrumental works. Instrumental music becomes more independent and gained prominence.
2 COMIC INTERMEZZO The STYLE GALANT [Gallant Style] A New Musical Style that emerges in the 1720s
3 STYLE GALLANT THIN TEXTURES Melody and accompaniment, Contrasts with the contrapuntal density of late Baroque style. Accompaniment figures are usually of ALBERTI BASS developed around 1730s.
4 STYLE GALLANT SLOW HARMONIC MOVEMENT Contrasts with the fast harmonic movement of late Baroque style
5 STYLE GALLANT Emphasis on MAJOR MODE keys, rather than minor. Melodies feature feminine cadences triplets figures sighing motives
6 FORMS Most Classic-era forms are HARMONIC. Modulating from tonic to dominant and then back tonic I - V - I or i - V - i i - III - V-i
7 FORMS BINARY (2-part) FORMS taken up form dance music. The first part modulates away from the tonic. The second part returns to the tonic. : I - V : : V - I : A B
8 FORMS Binary forms are SYMMETRICAL i.e. first part and second part the same length
9 FORMS SIMPLE BINARY FORM Both parts feature musical material that is the same or closely related.
10 FORMS SIMPLE BINARY FORM A and B are conventions used to indicate the first and second PARTS of a simple binary form, not the thematic material.
11 FORMS BALANCED BINARY FORM New material frequently appears with the arrival of the dominant, which is then repeated in the second half in the tonic.
12 FORMS BALANCED BINARY FORM A B : A - B : : A - B : I V V I
13 FORMS ROUNDED BINARY FORM The material from the WHOLE OPENING of the first section returns with the TONIC at the end of the second section. Rounded forms are ASSYMETRICAL
14 FORMS ROUNDED BINARY FORM A B A : A - B : :? - A - B : I V V I I Cadences of B sections in I and V Are called Cadence Rhymes
15 SONATA FORM SONATA FORM Develops from Binary Forms In the eighteenth century, sonata form was seen as a two-section structure with three-parts
16 SONATA FORM In his Introductory Essay on Composition (1793) Heinrich Christoph KOCH divides the sonata form into two large sections, each of which may be repeated.
17 SONATA FORM The first section is organized into four phrases. 1. The First phrase in the TONIC 2. Second phrase in the TONIC 3: The third phrase modulates to the DOMINANT or RELATIVE MAJOR 4: The fourth phrase is in the NEW KEY
18 SONATA FORM The second section has two principal periods: 1. The First consists of any number of phrases, and moves back to the TONIC. 2. The Second parallels the first section, but the third and fourth phrases remain in the TONIC.
19 SONATA FORM Koch describes sonata form as a set of principles, not as a rigid mold. The Koch model is best seen in compositions before 1780.
20 CLASSICAL STYLE IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS The Sonata form emerges as THE IMPORTANT NEW STRUCTURE. The sonata form becomes the major form for solo and chamber music. The sonata-form concerto and symphony genres dominate orchestral music.
21 CLASSICAL STYLE Domenico SCARLATTI ( )
22 CLASSICAL STYLE Born same year as J. S. Bach, and Handel Early education from father Alessandro Scarlatti, the famous opera composer Works at Courts of Naples, Venice, Rome knows Corelli, meets Handel moves in the highest social circles.
23 CLASSICAL STYLE Tries to write opera but is not successful 1719 moves to Lisbon, Portugal Music instructor for Maria Barbara, daughter of King John V, writing most of his 555 SONATAS for her Scarlatti refers to his pieces as Essercizi [Exercises]
24 CLASSICAL STYLE On leave in 1725, Scarlatti spends considerable time with dying father. In 1728 Maria Barbara marries Prince Fernando of Spain, and Scarlatti accompanies her to MADRID
25 CLASSICAL STYLE Sonata da Chiesa and Camera gradually disappear after 1750 A new type of one-movement binary form works appear in keyboard pieces after 1735 called the SONATA
26 CLASSICAL STYLE Scarlatti s One-movement Sonatas Each work addresses a technical or musical problem, * Hand crossing * * Rapid reiteration of notes * * Arpeggio figurations * * Use of thumb * (a virtuoso technique in the 18th century)
27 CLASSICAL STYLE Scarlatti tends to use Rounded Binary forms Extended musical development in second section Extensive use of Cadence Rhyme
28 CLASSICAL STYLE Scarlatti uses the basic harmonic formats of: : I - V : : V - I : : i - III : : V - i :
29 CLASSICAL STYLE Scarlatti s musical style features: Acciaccatura (crushed grace note) Vamping (stalling or waiting) Elision (overlaps cadence with a initial measures of new phrase) Bold modulation Ornamentation
30 CLASSICAL STYLE Domenico SCARLATTI Sonata in D major, K. 119 A B : I - [v - V ] : : v - [ i - I ] :
31 CLASSICAL STYLE ROLE OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC Much music was written for the enjoyment of the amateur players, alone or in at social functions. The string quartet was developed for social music-making. Music accompanied social dancing.
32 CLASSICAL STYLE ROLE OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC Professional musicians performed at dinners and parties. Orchestras, both amateur and professional, gave public and private concerts.
33 THE SYMPHONY Outgrowth of OPERA OVERTURE SINFONIA Overtures for operas are not directly related to opera: Performed and Published as sinfonia without any connection to opera
34 THE SYMPHONY Outgrowth of OPERA OVERTURE Around 1703 composers begin to write Concert Sinfonia In manner of the Italian overture FAST-SLOW-FAST
35 THE SYMPHONY Giovanni Battista SAMMARTINI ( )
36 THE SYMPHONY Giovanni Battista SAMMARTINI ( ) Recognized as first composer to write concert symphonies with sonata-form movements. Called Father of the Symphony
37 THE SYMPHONY Sammartini s symphonies are usually in 3 movements: 1. Sonata form 2. Slow lyrical movement 3. Sonata form or minuet
38 THE SYMPHONY Sammartini recognizes that overtures are a preface to larger work, while the final movement of symphony needs to close off work. Most of his symphonies written late symphonies during the years
39 THE SYMPHONY Giovanni Battista Sammartini, Symphony in F major, No. 32, I: Presto Scored for four-part strings, and probably included harpsichord. 3 movements (fast-slow-fast) each of which is relatively short.
40 THE SYMPHONY Giovanni Battista Sammartini, Symphony in F major, No. 32, I: Presto Movement is in binary sonata form and follows Koch s description of symphonic first movements.
41 THE SYMPHONY Giovanni Battista Sammartini, Symphony in F major, No. 32, I: Presto Each half is repeated. Material heard in the dominant in the first half is repeated in the tonic in the second half.
42 COMIC INTERMEZZO INTERMEZZI are comic 2-act interludes sung between the 3 acts of an opera seria Intermezzi originate from the Renaissance INTERMEDIO, the musical numbers sung between acts of a spoken theatrical play
43 COMIC INTERMEZZO In their original form an INTERMEZZO was composed for an OPERA SERIA and was thematically related to the main opera.
44 COMIC INTERMEZZO
45 COMIC INTERMEZZO Pergolesi s two-act La Serva Padrona, was performed between the three acts of his opera seria, Il Prigioner Superbo in 1733.
46 COMIC INTERMEZZO The traditions of Commedia dell Arte, Italian improvised comic theater, serve as models for character types and plots in the intermezzo Golden Age of Intermezzo
47 COMMEDIA dell ARTE ARLECCHINO! Probably the most famous of Commedia characters, Arlecchino is a good-hearted and well-intentioned buffoon. He can be crafty and clever, but is never malicious.!
48 COMMEDIA dell ARTE COLOMBINA is a clever female servant with a keen and active wit and able to hold her own in every situation and emerge triumphant from the most complicated intrigues. A country girl, she takes a frank attitude towards men and sex.!
49 COMMEDIA dell ARTE PANTALONE The Old Man, often a rich miser, though he pretends to poverty. He suspects everyone of trying to dupe him (he is usually right) even as he plans his own schemes.
50 COMMEDIA dell ARTE CAPITANO is a swaggering braggart soldier, usually foreign (and sometimes pretending to be of noble blood). Capitano boasts of great prowess at both love and war, but is in reality an abject failure at both.!
51 COMIC INTERMEZZO Giovanni Battista PERGOLESI ( ) Writes intermezzo La Serva Padrona in 1733
52 COMIC INTERMEZZO LA SERVA PADRONA [The Maid Mistress]! Intermezzo Buffo in Due Atti (1733)! Libretto by G. A. Federico! Music by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi!
53 COMIC INTERMEZZO LA SERVA PADRONA Plot of servant girl who tricks her employer into agreeing to marry her.
54 COMIC INTERMEZZO An old Commedia plot There are 3 characters UBERTO: bass SERPINA: soprano VESPONE: a mute mimed role Based on Commedia character types
55 COMIC INTERMEZZO The performers in intermezzi tended to be ACTOR-SINGERS rather than just singers, and the orchestra tends to play along with the singer s melody line.
56 COMIC INTERMEZZO La Serva is almost immediately done independently of its opera seria In 1746 and 1752 performed in Paris: sets off Guerre des Bouffons [War of the Comedians), a pamphlet war in over the values of French and Italian opera
57 COMIC INTERMEZZO Small orchestra, small cast (usually only three or so characters) No overture no need for one The surrounding opera seria already has an overture
58 COMIC INTERMEZZO Uses of the BASS VOICE for male protagonists NO CASTRATI
59 COMIC INTERMEZZO While opere serie tend to be very serious and promote social stability ( the king is good, etc.) The themes of intermezzi tend to be SOCIALLY SUBVERSIVE ( people in power are stupid ) The subject matter is bourgeois rather than aristocratic
60 COMIC INTERMEZZO SECCO RECITATIVE and short DA CAPO ARIAS Unlike opera seria, singers address the audience to get their collusion
61 COMIC INTERMEZZO Texts usually set SYLLABICALLY rather than melismatically, as in opera seria Much TEXT REPETITION but not as in opera seria For comic effect: Sì, sì! No, no! Sì, sì! No, no!
62 COMIC INTERMEZZO Each act culminates with a DUET or ENSEMBLE
63 COMIC INTERMEZZO Musically, intermezzi were in the newer and lighter-textured STYLE GALANT rather than the dense Baroque style of opera seria.
64 COMIC INTERMEZZO The EMPFINDSAMER STIL [Sensitive Style] is a German offshoot in the 1740s of the Style Galant
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