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Motif a: triad

Development

Motif b: Scalic Descent

Bars 227-236

Motif c: Short-long

E flat major

Motif d: Chromatic Descent

Inverted Turn Motif (2nd subject)


-

Motif e: Turn Figure (2nd subject)


Motif f: Repeated notes and chromatic ascent

Flute + Oboe + Bassoon + Violin

Chords:
Followed by short-long motif by VIOLINS for rest of phrase

Bars 237-249
G MINOR
+ DOMINANT D PEDAL: Clarinet, Trumpet, Oboe, Flute
Violin play syncopated downward scale, bassoon and lower
strings play scalic bassline
End with PLAGAL CADENCE (D major)

Orchestral Exposition

Solo Exposition

Development

Recap

1st
Subject

C minor, P
Imitation
1. Strings
2. WW: Oboe, Bassoon,
Horn echo

Bars 111-130: Intro + 1st


Subject
PIANO! (vs Dev.)
3 Octaves of C minor Scale

Extension Rhythmic Motif


Sequence + Imitation

Bars 249-256

C minor, FF

PIANO!

Imitation

3 Octaves of D Major Scale


3 introductory scales as a
dramatic interruption,
followed by short-long
motif
(ending of phrase accented by
tutti, beginning of each bar
d major chord)

1. Violin
2. Violin
3. Flute
Chords:
Piano play 1st Subject in
FORTE (C MINOR)
Increasing Harmonic
Intensity Keep changing
chords

In Octaves triplets +
decorations,
unaccompanied
Harmony similar to orchestra,
more decorated
Strings play simple
accompaniment
harmonic fillers
End with PERFECT CADENCE

Exchange between piano and


ww (short-long motif)
-

Flute + Oboe, Bassoon,


Strings

Bar 257-266
Piano play 1st subject in
PIANO
(G MINOR)
Accompaniment More
rhythmically intense:
Quavers in strings

1. TUTTI
2. WW: Oboe,
Bassoon, Horn +
CLARINET

As piano plays lyrical


version of 1st subject, cello
weave short-long motif
between piano
PERFECT CADENCE (G
minor)
Bars 266-278
Bassoon plays diminished
version of 1st subject, imitated
by oboe, then imitated by
clarinet Polyphonic Texture,
Canon
F minor
Short-long motif returns in
exchanges between cello and
bassoon as rhythmic
accompaniment while piano
continues lyrical theme.
Bassoon as soloist very rare!
PERFECT CADENCE in F
minor

Transitio Part 1
n
Continue the extension of
motif
C minor E Flat Major

Bars 131-137: Part 1

Bars 279-291

Bars 317-325:

C minor E FLAT MAJOR

Motif a (triad) EXTENDED:


Clarinet + Bassoon, continued
by Flute

Similar to Dev.

Strings + Horn vs Piano

Strings vs Woodwind

Chords
Chords

Part 2

Bars 138-145: Part 2

E flat Major

Orchestra vs Piano

Motif a + b + extended b

Chords
vs Piano Bravura:
Chromatic Runs

Horn + Violin, Oboe +


Violin, Flute + Violin
Part 3
Syncopated Motif B:
Violins
DOMINANT B FLAT
PEDAL: Horn, Viola,
Clarinet

4+4 Phrasing

vs Broken

Simultaneously, lower strings


continue Short-long motif
Piano accompanies with
triplets in both hands as
accompaniment

D flat major (Neapolitan


Relationship) C minor
IMPERFECT CADENCE (C
minor)
Bars 291-308:
C minor
Oboe codetta theme

Short-long motif
exchange between
strings and ww

Prepare for E flat minor

returns (repeated notes)

+ Rhythmic intensity from


Strings, Chromatic descent
in WW to link to 2nd subject

TIMPANI ENTERS FOR THE


FIRST TIME IN DEV.
Short-long motif with
strings

Bars 146-163: Part 3


1st subject in Violin + Clarinet
+ Horn (E flat major)

New Technicality
demonstrated Alternate
broken octaves between LH
and RH
Chords:

st

1 subject in Violin + Clarinet


+ Flute (A flat Major)
B flat minor E flat major
Piano plays syncopated motif
b (scalic descent) with string
accompaniment
-

Triplets in left hand,


Arpeggio Scales (same
as in recap)

TONIC B FLAT PEDAL: Horn


DOMINANT B FLAT PEDAL:
Piano
-

Clear signal of the

Short-long motif continues as


rhythmic backbone on the
strings
Small range chromatic melody
similar to chromatic descent
motif interweave between
oboe, clarinet and bassoon.

Bars 326-329
Neapolitan 6th figures
Piano plays syncopated
motif b (scalic descent)
with string
accompaniment, solo
-

Triplets in left
hand, Arpeggio
Scales (same as in
solo ex)

Quintuplet descending
scales instead of just trills
on the piano
DOMINANT G PEDAL:

appearance of E flat
major as 2nd subject

2nd
Subject

PIANO

IMPERFECT CADENCE

+ Extension: Flute,
Oboe, Piano

No trills to 2nd subject

TRILLS 2nd subject

1st Appearance, p

Bars 164-181: 2nd Subject

Bars 340-362

1. E FLAT MAJOR

1. E flat major

1. C Major

Violin 1 + Clarinet

(Violin 1 and 2 comes in


again, Subject imitated by
Bassoon)
------->
2. C MAJOR
-

Flute + Oboe

Repeated 2nd Subject with


extension of appoggiatura
figure

Whole Orchestra Playing


vs
Trumpet Oboe Timpani

PIANO: states 2nd


subject with arpeggio +
B flat pedal LH, strings
accompany

2. E flat major
- Clarinet and Violin 1
play subject
++ Surprising 2 bar piano
solo on the appoggiatura
figure from the 2nd subject

PIANO: states 2nd


subject with
arpeggio + G
pedal LH, Strings
accompany

2. C Major
-

Flute + Violin 1

missing in Dev.

Part 1 Transition
Codetta

Bars 182-185: Transition

Transition

Part 1

Similar to solo ex:

Scalic descent motif in piano


part: mordents/accented
passing notes

Scalic descent motif in


piano part:
mordents/accented
passing notes

st

1 Subject Appearance
again, in imitation
1. C MINOR
-

Bassoon and Cello,


Double Bass

2. F MINOR
-

Violin 1

3. Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon


Ending: PERFECT
CADENCE (C minor)
------ CODETTA!

Chords:
Ending: PERFECT CADENCE
(E flat Major)

Ending: PERFECT
CADENCE
(C major)

Codetta

Transition Part 2: CODETTA

Bars 186-219: CODETTA

Bars 362-394: Codetta

C MAJOR C MINOR
(abrupt)

E FLAT MAJOR MINOR


MAJOR

C MINOR/C MAJOR

Oboe play codetta


motif
(extended: Repeated
notes and chromatic
ascent/descent)
Cello + Double Bass,
play Short-Long
Motif
Violin + Oboe play
INVERSION of 2nd
subject (Turn figure)
WIND vs STRINGS
1st Subject in
TUTTI, C MINOR
Woodwinds, imitated

Oboe play codetta motif


again (extended:
Repeated notes and
chromatic
ascent/descent)
Interplay between
piano and orchestra
(WW), solo oboe +
bassoon used again
Extended motif d
(chromatic descent)
on PIANO TRILLS
+ Short-long motif
imitation
Exchange between

Oboe play codetta motif


again (extended:
Repeated notes and
chromatic
ascent/descent)

Extended motif d
(chromatic descent)
on PIANO TRILLS
+ Short-long motif
imitation
Exchange between

by strings (fugal)
ORCHESTRA
Horn + Trumpet play
short-long motif
throughout

1. Horn vs Strings
2. Clarinet + Bassoon
vs Strings
Short-long motif in
IMITATIVE MANNER
accompanying piano
bravura
-

CONDENSATION OF
THEMES

1. Horn and Strings


2. Flute + Oboe +
Horns + Timpani
vs Strings
Short-long motif in
IMITATIVE MANNER
accompanying piano
bravura

Part 3
1st subject in CLARINET +
HORN, E FLAT MAJOR
-

Piano trills, string


chordal accompaniment
at beginning of bar

PERFECT CADENCE
3 Tonic Chords at FF
Strong and Symphonic
ending

PERFECT CADENCE (E Flat


Major)

PERFECT CADENCE (F
minor)

Trills at end of Codetta


Development

Trills at end of codetta


Cadenza

+ Horn and Clarinet: 1st


Subject
CHROMATIC DESCENT TO
DEVELOPMENT

+ Horn and Trumpet: 1st


subject