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Elements of Sonata Theory: Norms, Types, and Deformations in the Late-Eighteenth-Century Sonata

  • Author: Darcy, Warren
  • Author: Hepokoski, James
will surely be valued for its encyclopedic compilation of interesting music analytical observations on a wealth of sonata excerpts

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$85.00

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Contents

  • 1. Contexts
  • 2. Sonata Form as a Whole: Foundational Considerations
  • 3. The Medial Caesura and the Two-Part Exposition
  • 4. The Continuous Exposition
  • 5. The Primary Theme
  • 6. The Transition (TR)
  • 7. The Secondary Theme (S) and Essential Expositional Closure: Initial Considerations
  • 8. S-Complications: EEC Deferral and Apparent Double Medial Caesuras (TMB)
  • 9. The Closing Zone (C)
  • 10. The Development (Developmental Space)
  • 11. The Recapitulation (Recapitulatory Space
  • Recapitulatory Rotation)
  • 12. Non-Normative Openings of the Recapitulatory Rotation: Alternatives and Deformations
  • 13. Parageneric Spaces: Coda and Introduction
  • 14. Sonata Form in Minor Keys
  • 15. The Three- and Four-Movement Sonata Cycle
  • 16. Sonata Types and the Type 1 Sonata
  • 17. The Type 2 Sonata
  • 18. Rondos and the Type 4 Sonata
  • 19. The Type 5 Sonata: Fundamentals
  • 20. The Type 5 Sonata: Mozart's Concertos (R1: The Opening Ritornello)
  • 21. The Type 5 Sonata: Mozart's Concertos (Solo and Larger Expositions: Solo 1 + Ritornello 2)
  • 22. The Type 5 Sonata: Mozart's Concertos (Development and Recapitulation: From Solo 2 through Ritornello 4)
  • Appendix 1. Some Grounding Principles of Sonata Theory
  • Appendix 2. Terminology: Rotation and Deformation