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Baroque-Concerto, sonata, fugue

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Aom10 15 09

  1. 1. Concerto Instrumental genre in several movements for solo instrument and orchestra. Often 3 movements Fast, Slow, Fast Sonata Instrumental genre in several movements for soloist or small ensemble. Often 2 - 4 movements contrasting tempos slow, fast, slow, fast Complete, self-contained part within a larger musical work. http://www.wwnorton.com/college/music/enj9/chronological/index.htm
  2. 2. Concerto Grosso -unique to baroque concertino group ripieno group soloists Accompaniment Group Christian Ludwig von Brandenburg J. S. BACH The Brandenburg Concertos wrote as a resume' -didn't get job
  3. 3. Trio sonata Baroque 2 soloists and continuo - 4 people! BWV - Bach cataloguing system Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis (Bach Works Catalogue)
  4. 4. fugue Polyphonic form popular in the Baroque era in which one or more themes are developed by imitative counterpoint. A fugue is a complex composition in which the theme (called the subject) is developed by imitative counterpoint. http://www.wwnorton.com/college/music
  5. 5. Counterpoint AKA Polyphony Prelude & Fugue Exposition - Subject Counter Subject Episode Answer Pedal

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