Sorry this isn't better you guys... so much to do with proficiencies this weekend. I'm sure most of you understand. Take it easy on me :) Here goes nothing:
This piece is in sonata-allegro form. (I am so smart. I can read the title of the chapter. ha)
-Begins in F Major
-This section is made up of phrase groups. There is no sense of antecedent consequent, or an increase in the strength of the cadences here.
-There is an IAC in m.6
-CPE kind of plays with some other keys, and it becomes really unstable. These keys are: d minor, c minor, and C Major.
-The Bass line is very chromatic beginning at m.11. This makes things even more unstable.
-DC at m. 19
-Then we have a minor i chord in c minor,and a transition to the dominant, but we end up in the parellel major key.
-Then we go to C Major and the whole section ends on a PAC and repeats.
-Begins at measure 32
-This section is also made up of phrase groups
-I'm not sure what's happening here with tonality, but the retransition is very unstable.
-The hands switch parts at m.50.
-Begins at m.56 back in f minor
-It's almost the same as the first time around, but slightly different
-m. 68 modulates to the parallel minor
-PAC at m.74
-Opening melody returns in F Major