W. A. Mozart's treatment of the tonic triad in the first movement of the violin concerto in A major, K. 219

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2014-10-02

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Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Leopold, Mozart as violinist, Mozart in 1770s, Journeys to Italy, Mozart's violin concertos, Single movements for violin and orchestra, Autograph, Verschollen, Gabriel Banat, Performance matters on Mozart's violin music, Jung, Ji-Woon, Violin Concerto No. 5, A Major, K. 219, KV 219, First movement, Allegro aperto, Aperto meaning, Aperto tempo, Sonata form, Concerto form, Opening tutti, Adagio introduction, Adagio, Adagio violin solo, Exposition, Development, Recapitulation, Analysis, Analytic approaches, Schenkerian approaches, Melodies, Phrases, Phrasing melodies, Structural notes, Patterns and sequences, Registers, Harmonies, Cadences, Rhythm and meter, Hypermeter, Formal structure, Tonic chord, Tonic triad as motive, Tonic-dominant relationship in phrases, Musical sentence, Elision, Phrase expansion, Extension, Interruption, Modulation

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