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Ornamentation and Style in Bach and Mozart

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  1. To Teach is to Serve Ornamentation and Style inBach and Mozart Thomas Mastroianni

  2. Ornamentation • Table of Ornaments • See preface to Kalmus editions

  3. Style • Concerto Grosso Style • Concerto Style (like Vivaldi) • French Overture or Sinfonia • Trio Sonata Style • Fugual Style • Ricercare Style • Dance Movement Styles • Improvisatory Style • Figural Style - Prelude Style

  4. Concerto Grosso StyleItalian Concerto • Stile Concitato • Texture Contrasts Tutti vs. solo and small ensembles • Continuo

  5. French Overture or SinfoniaPartita # 2 • Orchestra style • French Overture rhythm – double dotting • Trio Sonata texture as contrast section • Fugual contrast section

  6. Concerto StyleItalian Concerto (2nd Movement) • Vivaldi • Continuo style ensemble • Repetitive figures • Bass line stability • Ornamental solo

  7. Toccata in E Minorcontains contrasting styles • Prelude Style • Ricercare Style - Renaissance calm • Operatic style • Fugue – Toccata Style subject

  8. Dance Movement Styles • Allemande – German • Courante – French; Corrente – Italian • Sarabande – highly stylized Spanish/English • Optional Movements (Minuet, Gavotte, etc.) • Gigue – French; Giga - Italian

  9. AllemandeB Minor French Suite p.18 • Variation Suite • Compare Praltriller at the two final cadences

  10. Courante - FrenchB Minor French Suite p 20 Notice the shift from 6/4 to 3/2 in bars 13-14 and in the last two bars. Corrente - Italian G Major French p 37 Headlong 3/4

  11. SarabandeEb French Suite p 30 Second beat accent results from long note value and ornamentation. Ornament variation for repetition of the sections. SarabandeG Major French Suite p 38 Ornaments

  12. Optional Suite Movements Minuet (B minor French Suite p 22) Two bar phrases; ¾ time Trio smaller scale – notice slide in bar 2 Gavotte (G Major French Suite p 40) 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 Bourrée (G Major French Suite p 40) 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3

  13. Gigue(G Major French Suite p 42) • Lively • Often figural • Often fugal

  14. Mozart Sonatas K 279 3 note trill - p 5 Kalmus ed. • Melodic appoggiatura on the beat - p 8 p 10 K.280 String Quartet texture, vocal style (m.9) –p 19 K. 282 Trills on, above or before the beat p. 34 K. 284 Symphonic style; classic praltriller p.50 Alternative ornamentation (division) p.64 – see also p. 144 (K 332)

  15. Mozart Sonatas • K. 330 louré / coulé 2nd theme - minor/major p.117-8 • K. 331 Turkish style noise effects p.134 • K. 333 Concerto style p. 152 cz, p.167 • Fantasy K. 397 Opera style p.234

  16. Ornamentation and Improvisation The Performer’s Role in the Creative Process