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Analysis of Beethoven Sonatina F major Mvt.2

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Transcript of Analysis of Beethoven Sonatina F major Mvt.2

Keys
-F major- bar 1-16
-C major(dominant)-bar 17-27
-F major- bar 28-35
-D minor(parallel key)- bar 36-65
-F major- bar 66-93
Cadences
-Bar 6-8- I II I V
-Bar 14-16- I II V I
-Bar 24-26- I IV V IV I
-Bar 56-58- VII I IV I

Main theme
-Combined Period
-Consists of two development sentences
-antecedent ends on V and the consequent on I
-Key: F major
Periods
-Bar 1-16(Combined period)
-Bar 58-65(sort of period)
Development sentences
-Bar 1-8
-Bar 9-16
-Bar 17-24
-Bar 28-35
-Bar 40-47
-Bar 48-57
-Bar 74-81
-Bar 82-89
-Notice the development structures in bar 17 and 48, where the 'b' is 6 bars instead of 4
Analysis of Beethoven Sonatina F major Mvt.2

Imitations
-Bar 1-8 and 9-16
-Bar 21-22 and 23-24(because of this imitation the development sentence is two bars longer than normal)
-Bar 40-41 and 42-43
-Bar 74-81 and 82-89
Large form of the piece
-There are two types of Rondo's, namely the french rondo and Viennese rondo
- This is Viennese Rondo with ABA form
-A= bar 1-16
-B= bar 17-27
-A= bar 28-35
-C= bar 36-69
-A= bar 74-89
Motives
-Bar 1 is the most important motive
-Variation on this motive is to be seen in parallel thirds in bar 3
-Another motiv is bar 36, variations on this motiv can be seen in bar 50(parallel third) and 62(in octave)
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