Wednesday, March 09, 2005
Where'er you walk - Handel
This piece begins with a one bar introduction and proceeds to the melody. The first part of the A section is a contrasting period. The words are the same, but the melody and rhythm is not. The first phrase ends with a HC in measure 7 and the second end with a PAC in Bb major with a three measure cadential extention until measure 19. The A section cannot be described as it's own form, therefore it is simple ternary. The B section is one phrase ending with a PAC in c minor at measure 26. The piece then repeats the A section exactly.
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