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The Yellow River Concerto Mvt 1 & 3
Transcript of The Yellow River Concerto Mvt 1 & 3
Movements 1 & 3
M1: Introduction of motif
M6: Introductory (filler) theme
M16: Piano Cadenza
Sq 1: Theme 1
Sq 2: Filler Theme
Sq 3: Theme 1 (speeds up)
Sq 4: (Altered) Filler Theme'
M51: Theme 2 (altering keys)
Sq 6: Filler Theme'
Sq 7: Motif
M81: Piano Cadenza
Sq 8: Theme 4
Sq 10: Abrupt Piano entrance
Sq 11: Filler Theme
Sq 8: Abrupt Piano entrance
Theme 2 (several key changes [B major, Db Major])
Sq 10: Theme 3
Sq 1: Theme 1
M54: Abrupt Piano entrance
Sq 7: Bridge (gradual increase in tempo, leads into key change)
Theme 1 (return to Eb Major)
as closing material
Similarities in Form
Follows an ABA format regarding tempo
Differences in Form
Movement 1 somewhat follows a form which is a combination of Sonata Allegro Form and Rondo Form (including the motif as a "theme"), whereas Movement 3 is very vague, more like a combination of Variation Form (repeated and altered melody) and Ternary Form (ABA)
Key of D Major
Key of Eb Major
Much more open form all around
Abrupt piano entrances
No key changes
Several key changes