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Measures three and four introduce the fanfare motive of the main theme, first with the interval of a perfect fourth, then a perfect fifth Dearden The material in the coda moves from A-flat, to F, then to D-flat, and ending in B-flat for the cadence that ends the piece Dearden Kennan meant for the trumpet and the piano to be fairly equal in this kennqn, so trumpet players need to be aware of this and play accordingly McNamara The piano part during this first theme is mostly comprised of chords spnata are moving in patterns that are traditional chord progressions Dearden This theme is only in the piano part Dearden The fanfare leads into the slurred motive that is mostly comprised of eighth notes Dearden In the following measure, the three pitches begin with a leap somata by a perfect fifth, then a whole step Dearden The first theme then returns, once sonxta, but it is altered much more than it was when it was stated the second time Dearden They knew each other while Kennan was composing the piece, so Elsass gave Kennan some advice about writing the trumpet part since he was a trumpet player and a former cornet soloist Dearden Even though the melody sounds like D minor, there is no F of any kind to confirm whether it is major or krnnan.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The second movement begins with a piano introduction that is made up of a G that stretches to three octaves Dearden By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. The American Trumpet Sonata in the s: He learned to play the organ and the piano and received degrees in composition and music theory from the University of Michigan and the Eastman School of Music.
The coda only uses fragments of the first theme with a modified rhythm Dearden The third theme is a chorale in G that begins in minor and ends in major Dearden This movement also has a short closing theme Dearden Kennan wanted to write in a similar style of those who he admired, so he modeled his writing kennzn after Paul Hindemith and Howard Hanson, a teacher of his McNamara This melody has some occurrences of the main motive that xonata the first movement: His Night Soliloquy was written in and is set for solo flute, piano and strings.
The main motive that was introduced in the first movement appears frequently in this theme Dearden The Recapitulation All of the themes from the exposition are written in the recapitulation Dearden The first theme is played by the trumpet and is muted Dearden The coda begins with a slow temp and a trumpet fanfare than is played over a C major chord in the piano Dearden Email required Address never made public.
Retrieved from ” sobata The piano plays an sonara under the light, lively trumpet melody Dearden Movement II — Rather Slowly and with Freedom The second movement begins with a piano introduction that is made up of a G that stretches to three octaves Dearden This section is distinct from the others in this movement because it is the only section that is not muted Dearden It is based on the secondary theme and uses accents to make the meter difficult to figure out by simply hearing it Dearden You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
The Coda The transition into the cods is mostly based on the transition theme from earlier in the movement Dearden When the second theme is restated, it is down a half step as sonatw and shortened sontaa little bit Dearden None of these keys state a third, kennqn there is no way to tell whether they are major or minor, just like in the first movement Dearden