Binar und ternar musik
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Musical form and development. Retrieved from " https: Musical form Song forms. All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from August Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 16 January , at Good composition teachers will tell a student that if they come up with a cool idea, they should use it again. The same thing happens in rock music—have a cool riff? Form in music can be defined by a few things.
This things that can change are just general musical ideas: Cadence , tonality or key area, tempo, meter or time signature, rhythm, dynamics, density how many notes are in a given part , timbre or tone, register how high or low a piece is on the staff , texture block chords or arpeggiated?
The most important and obvious things are melody and cadences. Binary Forms There are some typical forms that happen a lot in music. The first is binary, which is a simple two part form. If a piece uses the same melodic material at the beginning of each section and delineates form by some other means.
The only difference is that the first section repeats after the second. The form looks like this:. The return does not have to be a literal repeat of the first section, it can just take the first melodic idea and end it differently, which is often the case.