George Frideric Handel (1685-2008)-Chaconne in G Major, from Trois Lecons (Three Lessons)
Harmonic analysis: G Major
M. 1: I
m.133:V7/VII and V7/III
A (pacG Major), B (pacg minor), A (pac G Major) = Rounded Sectional Binary!!!
Var. 5,6,7 and 8 are at the same group because they have sixteen note motion. Var. 5 and 6 have a different pattern that 7 and 8 but they are still in the same group because of the identical rhytam.
Variations 17 and 18 are "together" because of the sixteen notes in the right hand. Var. 17 sixteen notes are in stepwise motion, but Var. 18 is mostly arpeggiating motion.
Var. 19,20,21 are in one group because they all have ascending arpeggiating motion (Var. 19 in left hand, Var. 20 in right hand and Var. 21 in the bouth hands).
Var. 220.127.116.11 have the same bass motion(i, v6, iv6, V)-Lamenti style.
For Var. 11,12,13,15 I coud not find anything similar(i, iv6, VII, III6, Vi, ii6).