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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000006.txt from 2007/12

From: "Keith Bowen" <bowenk@-----.com>
Subj: RE: [kl] Analysis Question
Date: Sun, 02 Dec 2007 18:02:47 -0500

Myrna,

It sounds as if this might be a school assignment, so you can't expect =
us to
do this for you. But just to give you a little start: the opening tonic =
is C
minor, then the second subject (the horn theme) is in the relative major =
of
Eb major, which essentially lasts to the end of the exposition. You =
should
identify the development, when you would expect many key changes to take
place, but remember that in this period a key change is not established
(whatever the accidentals seem to show) until there is a cadence in the =
new
key. So go through the bass line looking for perfect cadences. And you'd
expect a return to C minor towards the end of the movement.

Keith Bowen

-----Original Message-----
From: klarinet-return-92198-bowenk=3Dcompuserve.com@-----.org
[mailto:klarinet-return-92198-bowenk=3Dcompuserve.com@-----.org] On =
Behalf
Of Myrna B. Salda=F1a
Sent: 02 December 2007 22:51
To: klarinet@-----.org
Subject: [kl] Analysis Question

=20
I was wondering if anyone can help me analyze Beethoven's fifth symphony
first movement. I am just at a loss with all those key shifts. Can =
someone
be so helpful as to point out to me as to where I can check where all =
the
important key changes take place? Thank you so very much in advance.
=20
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