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  1. MUL 2010 – Midterm Test #1 Given FRIDAY, 17 Oct 08 Chapters 8-9-10-11-12-13-14 Grades have been received To be posted on “myUCF Grades” Midterm # 2 • Will be scheduled for either next Friday (7 Nov 08) or the following Monday (10 Nov 08)

  2. Genres in the Classic Era (classifications of pieces) • Symphony (4 mvts) - orchestra • Concerto (3 mvts) – orchestra w/ solo • String Quartet (4 mvts) – 2 vln, vla, cello • Sonata (3 or 4 mvts) – 1-2 instruments • Chamber Music – for small ensembles • Opera • Other?

  3. Around 2-10 performers 1 Player per part(no doubling) NO conductor Chamber Music String Quartet2 violins, viola, ‘cello LG, p. 216, Haydn Quartet

  4. Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) • Son of a wheelwright • Educated by church • 1st jobs in Vienna • Hired as Kappelmeister for Prince Esterházy (1761) • 2 trips to London (1791-2, 1794-5) • Symphonies & String Quartets, etc.

  5. Esterháza

  6. Interior and Exterior at Esterháza “Does his majesty wish music today?”

  7. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart(1756-1791) • Son of Leopold Mozart (famous violinist) • Child Prodigy (tours Europe) • Joined Salzburg cappella (w/ father) • “kicked out on my arse” (1781) • Freelance in Vienna • Piano Concertos, Chamber Music, Operas, Symphonies, etc. (excelled at everything!)

  8. An old Genre revised: CONCERTO(in Classic era) • Originated in the Baroque era (see Vivaldi) • “Concertare” = “to work together” or “to compete” (solo vs. orchestra) • 3 movements- Sonata-Allegro- Slow (Andante, etc.)- Rondo (or maybe Sonata Allegro)

  9. Concerto 1st Movement(Sonata Allegro Form modified, p. 220-21) EXPOSITION (1 - orchestra)T1 (tonic) – trans – T2 (tonic) – closing EXPOSITION (2 – solo)T1 (tonic) – trans – T2 (dom.) – closing DEVELOPMENT (B) RECAPITULATION (A’)T1 (tonic) – trans – T2 (tonic) – Cadenza - closing

  10. Opera in the Classical Era • Splits into- Opera buffa = new “comic” (realistic) style- Opera seria = older Baroque style • More “fluid” vocal ensembles, mixed w/ arias and recitatives in “scenes” • W. A. Mozart (music) & Lorenzo da Ponte (lyricist) - the great team of the 18th century • Don Giovanni, K. 527 (1787) – the great opera of the era (or perhaps of all time)

  11. Mozart, Don Giovanni, K. 527(Act I, complete) [LGs on p. 225-7, 227-9] • Mozart, Don Giovanni (1) Overture, “Notte e giorno” [action begins 5:55] • Mozart, Don Giovanni (2) Sword Fight + “Fuggi crudel” duet • Mozart, Don Giovanni (3) “Ah, chi mi dice mai” • Mozart, Don Giovanni (4) “Madamina, Il Catalogo e Questo” • Mozart, Don Giovanni (5) “Ho Capito” + “La Ci Darem la mano” [3:30]+ “Fuggi Il Traditor” • Mozart, Don Giovanni (6) “Non Ti Fidar” + “Don Ottavio Son Morta!” • Mozart, Don Giovanni (7) “Or Sai Chi L'onore” + “Dalla Sua Pace” • Mozart, Don Giovanni (8) “Finch’han dal vino” + “Batti Batti o Bel Masetto” • Mozart, Don Giovanni (9) Act 1 Finale Part 1/2 “Viva La Liberta!” • Mozart, Don Giovanni (10) Act 1 Finale Part 2/2 “Tutto Tutto Gia Si Sa”