2 Recitative Stile recitativo Recitativo secco (parlando) Recitativo accompagnato
3 Stile recitativo Earliest form of recitative, from early opera Chords specified by basso continuo The voice s recitation is free to imitate the rhythms of speech. Example: Jacopo Peri, l Euridice: Per quel vago boschetto
4 Recitativo secco Also known as recitativo parlando Dry : accompanied by sustained or staccato chords interpolated at the rests in the vocal line. (Chords are indicated by figures, not notes.) Form is free, the text being often in prose rather than poetry. Typical of opera seria, carries the brunt of the plot.
5 Recitativo secco Can make a useful laboratory for studying simple harmonic motions, in particular applied dominants and seventh chords, which tend to abound. The recitatives tend to be ignored by analysts, but they can be fruitful topics for study.
8 Recitativo Accompagnato First Style: adds longer, sustained chords in the accompaniment while the vocal line continues similarly to the secco style. Christ s arias in the St. Matthew Passion are in this style, in which a halo of string chords around Jesus appear for his recitative.
9 Recitativo Accompagnato St. Matthew Passion: Da das Jesus merkete... The Evangelist begins with a standard secco recitative, and then the string halo appears when Jesus begins singing.
10 Recitativo Accompagnato In the St. Matthew Passion, the halo around Jesus s recitatives disappears once -- at the words Eli, eli, lama sabachthani ( My God, My God, why have you forsaken me? )
11 Recitativo Accompagnato Second Style: much more metrical, with a patterned accompaniment. The vocal line is also metrical. More commonly found in oratorios and passions. An example from the St. Matthew Passion: Wiewohl mein Herz
12 Later Recitative It did not really die out in the 19th century, although the clear classifications of earlier opera began to blur.
13 Wagner Recitative Die Walkure, from Act I: this is a distinct recitativo secco.
14 Wagner Recitative A typical Wagnerian accompagnato, in which the orchestra provides leitmotifs as well as other materials, while the vocal line sails either above or through the instrumental texture.
15 Arioso Halfway between recitative and aria More melodic than recitative Less extended than aria Often the concluding section of a lengthy recitative.
16 Arioso Bach was in particular fond of arioso in the cantatas and oratorios. Cantata No. 83 Ich habe genug, in the second recitative, at the words Welt! gute Nacht.
17 Strophic Aria Typically 17th century, early and mid Baroque practice. Two-part song form as a rule, with the second strophe varied a bit to accomodate the text.
18 Strophic Aria Cesti: Orontea: Act II, Scene 17 Intorno all idol mio Two-part song form with 2 strophes In each strophe, Part II of the song form is repeated as a cadential passage.
20 Strophic Aria Several other types are also possible: A B B Typically ABB - Ritornello - ABB - Ritornello A B A Typically ABA - Ritornello - ABA - Ritornello The source of the da capo aria.
21 Da Capo Aria The standardized form is: 1. Two poetic stanzas of approximately equal length and similar rhyme scheme. 2.Each stanza normally ends with a cadential verso trunco (with the accent on the final syllable)
22 Da Capo Example for study: V adoro, pupille from Handel s Giulio Cesare.
23 Da Capo Aria: Text Tetrameter: four beats to a line Dactylic: composed of dactyls (long short short) Fourth-syllable rhymes: a b a b First-syllable rhymes: x y x y Second-syllable rhymes: s s t t Stanza 1 V adoro, pupille, saette d amore le vostre faville so grate nel sen Stanza 2 Pietose vi brama il meso mio core ch ogn ora vi chiama l amato suo ben I adore you, eyes, Cupid s darts Your sparks are welcome in my breast. My sad heart craves your mercy forever calling you its dearest love.
24 Da Capo Aria A Stanza 1 a b A Stanza 1 repeated with variance a b B Stanza 2 c d da Capo A Stanza 1 a b A Stanza 1 repeated with variance a b
25 First Stanza Opening Ritornello Usually self-contained with a full close in the tonic A Stanza 1 a b HC PAC Moves harmonically from I to the standard secondary key (typically V)
26 First Stanza Repeat Second Ritornello Shorter, in the secondary key A Stanza 1 a b PAC May begin in an entirely new key Eventually moves back to the tonic Sometimes may act developmentally
27 Third Ritornello Third Ritornello In the tonic key Brings the section to a close Will close the entire aria after the da Capo
28 Second Stanza B Stanza 2 c d PAC Often in a contrasting key or style Generally stated only once, with or without internal repetitions Can be dramatically different in key, tempo, and meter Often ends in the minor or with a Phrygian cadence, preparing for the da Capo
29 Da Capo Opening Ritornello May be omitted, or shortened da Capo A Stanza 1 a b A Stanza 1 repeated with variance a b Typically ornamented Sections may be improvised, as long as they keep to the basic form Cadenzas can occur, typically before the final b statement.
30 Final Ritornello Final Ritornello In the tonic key Brings the entire aria to a close
31 Handel V adoro, pupille from Giulio Cesare Renée Fleming and the Orchestra of the 18th Century
33 Dal Segno Aria In a dal segno aria, the return is not back to the very beginning, as in the da capo, but somewhere later, as a technique to shorten the return of A. Typically the return was at the second solo (A ) rather than the first. If the second solo was in the secondary key, composers might write out the first solo and then mark the segno at A where the tonic return occurs. Or they might provide a version of A, adjusted to stay in the original tonic key.
34 Dal Segno Aria Bach: Mein Jesu, ziehe mich nach dir (BWV 22) The return to the tonic key for A gives this aria a distinct sonata-form character.
35 A (Exposition) R 1 c minor 1(P) 13 c minor Rf 15 1(P) 18 2 (1S) 22 Eb Maj 3 (2S) 26 3 (2S) 29 Rf 33 Eb Maj B (Development) 4 36 g minor 5 40 f minor 6 42 Rf 44 Ab Maj 6 (part) 45 c min HC Rf (retr) 48 c minor A (Recapitulation) Rf 49 c minor 1(P) 53 c minor Rf 55 1(P) 58 2 (1S) 62 c minor 3 (2S) 66 R 73 c minor Mein Jesu, mich nach dir Ich bin bereit, ich will von hier Und nach Jerusalem zu deinem Leiden gehn Wohl mir, wenn ich die Wichtigkeit Von dieser Leid- und Sterbenzeit Zu meinem Troste kann durchgehens wohl verstehen! My Jesus, draw me after you I am ready, I am ready to leave here And go to Jerusalem to your passion It is a good thing when I understand The importance of this time of suffering and death thoroughly to my comfort!
37 Three-Part Song Form Mozart: Un auro amoroso, No. 17 from Così fan tutte A breath of love from our treasures will afford our hearts sweet sustenance. A heart nourished on the hope of love has no need of greater inducement.
38 Part I: Contrasting Double Period a PAC Un aura amorosa del nostro tesoro Period 1 b HC un dolce ristoro al corporgerà Period 2 c d HC; V ped IAC Un aura amorosa del nostro tesoro un dolce ristoro al corporgerà d PAC; quasi-codetta un dolce ristoro al corporgerà
39 Part II: Phrase Group e f HC in V IAC in V Al cor che nudrito da speme d amore d un esca migliore bisogno non ha g extended; PAC in V d un esca migliore bisogno non ha
40 Part III: Contrasting Double Period a PAC Un aura amorosa del nostro tesoro Period 1 b HC un dolce ristoro al corporgerà Period 2 c d HC; V ped IAC Un aura amorosa del nostro tesoro un dolce ristoro al corporgerà d PAC; quasi-codetta un dolce ristoro al corporgerà
42 Second Rondo Second Rondo with three stanzas of text: Gluck: Che faro senza Euridice? from Orfeo ed Euridice.
43 Ritornello A I PAC Che farò senza Euridice? Dove andrò senza il mio ben? Che farò? Dove andrò? Che faro senza il mio ben? Dove andrò senza il mio ben? What shall I do without Eurydice? Where shall I wander, What shall I do? Where shall I wander? What shall I do without her? Where shall I wander without her? B A V PAC I PAC Euridice! Euridice! Oh dio! Rispondi! Rispondi! Io son pure il tuo fedel. Che farò senza Euridice? Dove andrò senza il mio ben? Che farò? Dove andrò? Che faro senza il mio ben? Dove andrò senza il mio ben? Eurydice! Eurydice! Oh please answer! Answer! I am ever faithful to you. What shall I do without Eurydice? Where shall I wander, What shall I do? Where shall I wander? What shall I do without her? Where shall I wander without her? Transition C V ped. HC A I Ritornello Euridice! Euridice! Ah! Non m avanza più soccorso, più speranza, né dal monto, né dal ciel! Che farò senza...etc. Eurydice! Eurydice! No hope, or succour, are now left to me from mortals or from Gods. What shall I do without...etc.
45 Operatic Rondò Extensive operatic aria in two parts: Slow section Fast section Emerged in the 18th century and began to replace the da capo aria during the 1770s.
46 Operatic Rondò Slow Fast Ritornello 1 Solo 1 Ritornello 2 Solo 2 Ritornello 3 I I-V-I I I mod V-I I
47 Operatic Rondò Mozart: Per pieta, from Così fan tutte Fiordiligi expresses her torment at being in love with two different men. In part 1, Adagio, she expresses remorse for her unfaithful thoughts and pledges to be faithfl to her fiancé. In part 2, Allegro moderato, she chastises herself and reaffirms her fidelity.
48 Operatic Rondò The inner ritornelli in this aria are very short transitions or links, rather than being complete sections. They aren t indicated in the analysis chart, given their brevity.
49 Operatic Rondò In the aria, the middle of the Allegro moderato brings back the text from the Adagio, a characteristic practice of this form.
51 Lied: Early Bar Form (AAB) can be traced back to the surviving ancient Greek music. Very common in monophonic medieval song (troubadours, trouvères, Minnesingers, etc.)
52 Bar Form The stanzaic form of the song may be somewhat different from the musical form -- always check both. Bar form can take a wide variety of sub-forms In particular, the B section can be quite involved, and may even feature returns to material from the A section.
53 Bar Form Most pieces in bar form are strophic, in that the basic musical setting AAB is used to set a number of poetic verses. Strophic always refers to multiple stanzas of text which are set to the same melodic structure.
54 Bar Form Bernart de Ventadorn (12th century, 2nd generation troubadour): La dossa votz Strophic Musical form: AAB Verse form: A B A B C D B E
55 ! A # A 1! La B dos - sa votz ay au - zi da 2 del ros - si - nho - let sal va tge! A' # A 3! que B' m'es dins lo # cor sa lhi da 4 si que tot lo cos - si - ri er! C # # 5 el mal - tratz c'a - mors me do na! D # # B 6! me B'' leu - ja e # m'as sa # zo # na 7 et au - ri - am be mes tier! 8 E au - tre joi a mon damp - na tje.
57 Lied Three-Part Song Forms are common Strophic or non-strophic The return to A can be verbatim or changed
58 Lied Brahms: O kühler Wald (Five Songs, Op. 72, No. 3) Three-Part Song form with altered A
59 Part I: Parallel Period by Transposition (ending on HC) #$ $ $ $! O 1-4: a (antecedent) HC! & ' (! & ' ( '! ' küh - ler Wald, wo rau - schest du, in dem main Leib-chen geht? 5#$ $ $ $5-10: a' (consequent) expansion in the middle (8-9) HC! & ' (! & ' ( '! ) ' ) ' $ ' ( * O Wie-der- hall, wo lau-schest du, der gern mein Leid, mein Leid ver- steht? Part II: Single phrase (3 measures) 11 # $$ $ $ * * ' Im + Her $' $+ - zen tief, )' da Part I: Parallel Period by Contour (expanded consequent, ending on IAC) 14 #$ $ $ $! rauscht 14-17: a (antecedent) 2 HC & '!! & '! '! $ ' der Wald, da rauscht der Wald, in dem mein Leib-chen geht, : a (consequent) 3 HC '!!, $!, '! ' ' # $$ $ $ in Schmer - zen schlief der Wie - der- hall, die Lie - der sind ver - weht, 23 #$ $ $ $ 23-28: extension of 18-22; second half of the phrase repeated IAC - '! ) '! ) + ( *. die Lie-der sind ver weht, sind ver - weht Oh cool forest in which my darling walks, where do you murmur? Oh Echo which gladly understands my song, where do you listen? There murmurs the forest, deep in my heart, in which my darling walks, The Echo sleeps in sorrow, the songs are dispersed, are dispersed.
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