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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000008.txt from 2007/12

Subj: Re: [kl] Analysis Question
Date: Sun, 02 Dec 2007 18:41:01 -0500

Keith,=0Aactually it's not for a school assignment, it's for another projec=
t that I'm currently working on. I don't have any current books to help me=
(remind me) with form and analysis at this time, and I can't really find m=
uch information online. I do appreciate all your help. I will keep workin=
g on it. Once again, thank you so very much for your time. =0A =0AMyrnabs=
=0A Original Messag=
e ----=0AFrom: Keith Bowen <bowenk@-----.=
org=0ASent: Sunday, December 2, 2007 5:02:47 PM=0ASubject: RE: [kl] Analysi=
s Question=0A=0AMyrna,=0A=0AIt sounds as if this might be a school assignme=
nt, so you can't expect us to=0Ado this for you. But just to give you a lit=
tle start: the opening tonic is C=0Aminor, then the second subject (the hor=
n theme) is in the relative major of=0AEb major, which essentially lasts to=
the end of the exposition. You should=0Aidentify the development, when you=
would expect many key changes to take=0Aplace, but remember that in this p=
eriod a key change is not established=0A(whatever the accidentals seem to s=
how) until there is a cadence in the new=0Akey. So go through the bass line=
looking for perfect cadences. And you'd=0Aexpect a return to C minor towar=
ds the end of the movement.=0A=0AKeith Bowen=0A=0A=0A=0A-----Original Messa=
=0A[] On B=
ehalf=0AOf Myrna B. Salda=F1a=0ASent: 02 December 2007 22:51=0ATo: klarinet= [kl] Analysis Question=0A=0A=0AI was wondering if =
anyone can help me analyze Beethoven's fifth symphony=0Afirst movement. I =
am just at a loss with all those key shifts. Can someone=0Abe so helpful a=
s to point out to me as to where I can check where all the=0Aimportant key =
changes take place? Thank you so very much in advance.=0A=0AMyrnabs=0Ahttp=
m/myrnabs=0A if you get t=
help: email if you =


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