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Chapter 21

Recognizing Musical Topics vs. Executing Rhetorical Figures
Tom Beghin

Web Example 21.1 Mozart, Piano Sonata in C major, K. 309/i, mm. 1–58. Performance by author on fortepiano modeled after Anton Walter (1782) by Chris Maene (2005).

Web Example 21.2 Mozart, Piano Sonata in C major, K. 309/i, mm. 1–10. Performance by author on fortepiano modeled after Anton Walter (1782) by Chris Maene (2005).

Web Example 21.3 Mozart, Piano Sonata in C major, K. 309/i, mm. 1–10. Performance by author on fortepiano modeled after Nannette Streicher (1808) by Chris Maene (2004).

Web Example 21.4 Mozart, Piano Sonata in F major, K. 332/i, mm. 1–50. Performance by author on fortepiano modeled after Anton Walter (1782) by Chris Maene (2005).

Web Example 21.5 Mozart, Piano Sonata in F major, K. 332/i, mm. 5–8. Performance by author on fortepiano modeled after Nannette Streicher (1808) by Chris Maene (2004).

Web Example 21.6 “Horn call” demonstration: (a) transposed down to E flat major, with open fifth; (b) transposed down to E flat major, with added third; (c) in Mozart’s key of F major, with open fifth; and (d) in Mozart’s key of F major, with added third.

Web Example 21.7 Mozart, Piano Sonata in F major, K. 332/i, mm. 1–12. Performance by author on fortepiano modeled after Nannette Streicher (1808) by Chris Maene (2004).

Web Example 21.8 Haydn, Piano Sonata in F major, Hob. XVI:29/i, mm. 1–6. Performance by author on square piano modeled after Ignaz Kober (1788) by Chris Maene (2007).

Web Example 21.9 Haydn, Piano Sonata in A major, Hob. XVI:30/i, mm. 22–32. Performance by author on square piano modeled after Ignaz Kober (1788) by Chris Maene (2007).

Web Example 21.10 Haydn, Piano Sonata in G major, Hob. XVI:39/ii, mm. 56–62. Performance by author on fortepiano modeled after Anton Walter (1782) by Chris Maene (2005).

Web Example 21.11 Haydn, Piano Sonata in C Major, Hob. XVI:50/i: (a) mm. 128–30; (b) mm. 141–43. Performance by author on piano modeled after Longman, Clementi & Co. (1798) by Chris Maene (2004).

Web Example 21.12 Haydn, Piano Sonata in E flat major, Hob. XVI:49/i, mm. 48–64. Performance by author on fortepiano modeled after Anton Walter (after 1791) by Chris Maene (2005).

Web Example 21.13 Haydn, Piano Sonata in E major, Hob. XVI:22/i, mm. 40–43. Performance by author on square piano modeled after Ignaz Kober (1788) by Chris Maene (2007).

Web Example 21.14 Haydn, Piano Sonata in D major, Hob. XVI:37/i, mm. 55–61. Performance by author on fortepiano modeled after Anton Walter (1782) by Chris Maene (2005).

Web Example 21.15 Haydn, Piano Sonata in E flat major, Hob. XVI:38/i, mm. 47–49. Performance by author on fortepiano modeled after Anton Walter (1782) by Chris Maene (2005).

Appendix to Chapter 21



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