This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 Excerpt: ...structural trait becomes a perfectly valid factor of the tripartite design. And it must be remembered, that it is only because the absence ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 Excerpt: ...structural trait becomes a perfectly valid factor of the tripartite design. And it must be remembered, that it is only because the absence of these other conditions is more easily accounted for and excused in smaller designs, where quick comparison is possible, that such irregular and almost indefinable forms as those last cited can exist. In the fully developed 3-Part forms there is far less likelihood of such confusing irregularities, and therefore the " Return to the beginning" may be accepted as an unfailing proof of the identity of the forms under present consideration. EXERCISE 21. A. Write two examples of the regular 3-Part Period, one in major and one in minor; choosing a different time, tempo and character for each; and adhering strictly to the directions given in par. %$a. For this exercise, choice may be made among the Phrases invented in Exercises 1 and 2. B. Write a third example, with modified repetitions as prescribed in the legitimate designs; and with a partial change in the formation of Phrase III (as compared with Phrase I); also add a Codetta. The Incipient Grade Of The 3-part Song-form. 84a. In this design the First Part is at least a full Period, while Parts II and III each still adhere to the diminutive form of the Phrase. The term ' Song-form ' must be adopted, because, as soon as any one of the three sections assumes the Period-form, it becomes a full " Part," and it is no longer consistent to speak of the.whole as a 3-Part " Period." (b) In its details, the Incipient 3-Part Song-form corresponds to the schedule given in par. 83a, only excepting the enlargement of Part I, cited above; namely: Part I is a Period, of any variety, (possibly, though rarely, anything larger, ) and with a complete Tonic cadenc...Read Less
Good. Book 236 pgs. No writing or marks inside. Handling blemishes and stains to cover. Wear to top/bottom of spine and edges which has gone through the cloth on the corner tips. Endpapers and page edges have yellowed. Republication of 1898 edition.
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