Posted in Project 1: Sonata Form

Exercise 5.1

The aim of this exercise is to mark the first appearances of the themes in the first sonata allegro movement of Haydn’s String Quartet Op. 76 No. 3, also know as the ‘Emperor’. The themes should be marked in both the exposition and the recapitulation. Beside the main themes, however, I also highlighted two interesting musical instances with the green and purple color. I also labelled some of the keys.

Here is the slideshow of all the things marked in the score:

I will write a reflection, discuss the themes and explain the additional instances I’ve labelled in the following two exercises, as their brief has specified.

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