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The Thematic Approach
The Expansion of Classical Tonality 2 59
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appearance argument arpeggios axial notes bars bass Beethoven Beethoven and Sibelius begins Bruckner cadence Choral chromatic circle of fifths classical clear clearly coda composer development section device discussed dissonance dominant pedal dominant seventh dominant-tonic Dorian mode earlier effect elements Eroica evident example exposition F major F minor F natural F sharp feature Fifth Symphony figure Finale Fourth Symphony fugue G flat harmony heard hemiola idea important interval introduced Kerman leading-note listener macrorhythm major third melodic ment minor sixth modal modulation motif motion move octave opening movement parallel passage pause phrase pivotal notes played polyphony prominent pulse Quartets recapitulation repeated repetition resolution rhythm rhythmic scale Scherzo score second movement second subject Second Symphony semitone seventh chord Seventh Symphony sharp minor shown in Ex Sibelius sixth slow movement sonata form sound strings subdominant Tapiola tendency tension third movement timpani tonal scheme Trio tritone tune unifying