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Chapter 14

Topics and Harmonic Schemata: A Case from Beethoven
Vasili Byros

Web Example 14.1 Beethoven, Symphony No. 3 in E flat major, Op. 55, “Eroica,” i, mm. 1–31, with hypothetical recomposition in G minor from mm. 6–9, as shown in Example 14.4b; digital realization for piano four-hands (MIDI sample of a Schöffstoss fortepiano from 1812).

Web Example 14.2 Orgelpunkt from Türk’s Anweisung zum Generalbaßspielen (1800), No. 3 in Example 14.7, with implied continuation and completion realized.

Web Example 14.3 Orgelpunkt from Koch’s Handwörterbuch (1807), as shown in Example 14.8a.

Web Example 14.4 Beethoven, Symphony No. 3 in E flat major, Op. 55, “Eroica”: summary of principal oppositions between E flat major and G minor throughout the work; excerpts from the recording by Anima Eterna Symphony Orchestra directed by Jos van Immerseel (Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphonies, Overtures. ZigZag Territoires ZZT080402.6).

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