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Faezuru I would like to take a closer look at some of the most interesting features. It helps me a lot to understand the whole piece! Hi John, Thank you for putting up this blog. Your analyses are very important and helpful to the learning musician.
Sign-up Join the prelide list! The m7b5 chord is known more commonly in classical analysis as a half-diminished seventh chord.
Additionally, as my teacher pointed out, the structure of the piece might be broken down as follows: Hey John, Thank you for sharing your work. Hi John, Thanks for sending through the. Compositions for organkeyboard and lute by Johann Sebastian Bach. Charlie— You know the question of what Bach works were originally intended for lute is pretty controversial. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.
I have set up the analysis using two staves, the upper containing the actual music along with the harmonic analysis using chord symbols and Roman numerals and the lower staff showing the reduction in a way similar to what Heinrich Schenker would do. Languages Italiano Norsk nynorsk Edit links. I could not find the printed score so being a good music student I took dictation from the record.
Allegro Performed on a lautenwerck lute-harpsichord by Martha Goldstein. Prelufe possible, play the reduction staff along with a recording of this prelude and you will hear the underlying voice-leading clearly. I hope most of the analysis is self explanatory with the use of the pdf file above. After the Bb descends as it should to the A in measure forty, the final step-wise descent begins, taking us from the high A in measure forty all the way bv to the final tonic D at the close of the piece again with octave displacements occurring in measures forty-two and forty-six.
May 11, The most prominent and ingenious feature of this piece can be gwv in the reduction staff. Notice how these key areas are lrelude in descending fourths rather than the more common descending fifths.
Was only later that I learned that I got a couple notes wrong. Actually everything Bach has ever written has always interested me. This sets up a restatement of the opening two measures beginning in measure forty-two before the final wrap up in the tonic key.
Now Available as an E-book. The Prelude is similar to the Well-Tempered Clavier the second book of which dates from around the 98 time as this workin which there are many arpeggios.
This begins the next descent from F down to C in measure thirty-three with bass support a tenth below. Really enjoy reading your blog which I have found to be very helpful. That is what I call cosmic! Notice how all closely related keys are touched on in the course of this prelude.
Raising the fifth of the minor iv chord one half-step as Bach does will form the Neapolitan Sixth chord. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. All the best and look forward to your thoughts on the Fugue! Almost the entire piece can be seen and heard as a series of ascending and descending step-wise lines in the soprano and bass.
If not for being a starving student, I would provide a greater restitution. I like the Schenkerian reduction. Beginning with tonic D major we move into the dominant A majorthen the supertonic E minorthen the submediant B minorthe mediant F minor before returning to tonic in measure twenty-three.
As I have said before, Schenker is a strong influence on my analytical technique. Bach Sorry, now the right ones sound wrong to me! This time the bass prelide step-wise in contrary motion with the soprano voice.
Retrieved July 13, The bass support for this line is usually a tenth, sometimes a sixth, which descends step-wise right along with it after the pedal point breaks in measure four.
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