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Motive. Repeated rhythmic and/or melodic pattern, a short idea. Rhythmic Motive. Repeated rhythmic pattern, Pitch is not preserved. Sequence. Restatement of motive in same voice or part, at different pitch. 1. 2. 3. Minor 3 rd. Minor 3 rd. Rules.

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Motive

Repeated rhythmic and/or melodic pattern, a short idea


Rhythmic Motive

Repeated rhythmic pattern,

Pitch is not preserved


Sequence

Restatement of motive in same voice or part, at different pitch.

1

2

3

Minor 3rd

Minor 3rd

Rules

1. At least 2 segments (usually 3 or 4)

2. Only one direction – continues up or continues down.

3. Segments begin at same interval distance.


Real Sequence

Repeated rhythmic pattern,

Pitch is not preserved

P1

m2

M3

P1

m2

M3

Tonal Sequence

Transposition not exact,

Uses diatonic tones from key

m2

M2

M2

m2


Modified Sequence

Sequence segment is decorated or embellished.

False Sequence

Repeats part of original, then uses a sequence


Phrase

Musical thought ending in a cadence

Phrase Member

Phrase

Phrase Member

Phrase



Period

Two adjacent phrases.

Rules

1. Second phrase ends with strong cadence

2. First phrase ends with a weaker cadence

3. Two phrases form a question-answer (antecedent-consequence) relationship


Parallel Period

Two phrases begin similarly.

Contrasting Period

Not the same melodic content.


Three Phrase Period

Third phrase must end with a stronger cadence than the other 2.

Four Phrase Period (Double period)

Fourth phrase must end with a stronger cadence than the other 3.


Repeated Phrases

Not period because not dependent.


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