Design, form, and order were notable characteristics of the music of the Classic
Design, form, and order were notable characteristics of the music of the Classical era (1750-1825). Address all four of the following questions as you consider the matter of design/form/order in the Classical era. You might accomplish this through short statements, a list with some discussion, or the standard essay-style discussion response used in previous weeks.
(1) Do you find that you are now better able to understand form in music than when you began this course? (2) What are some listening techniques you have developed that enhance your awareness of the form of a piece? (3) Cite one example of a work (giving the composer and title) taken from the proscribed listening list for Module 4 that you listened to that used any one of the following Classical era forms: (a) theme-and-variations, (b) rondo, (c) concerto, (d) symphony, or (e) sonata. (Identify the work by title, composer, and form.)
(4) Lastly, can you think of how certain musical structures from the Classical era might be compared to a play, a novel, a movie, or perhaps even a video game? Cite an example of a play, novels movie, etc., and think about structural development as you prepareusic: An Ap
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