Implementation (music)

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The implementation is a term from the music and refers to works in sonata form and joints .

If the sentence composed in the sonata form, the implementation of the part of the sentence in which the handset is already in the exposure presented topics processed in the set-free manner fulfill dissected and placed in combination with each other. In the development, the themes are often modulated into keys that are removed from the basic key . In symphonies during the Viennese Classical period, leaving the tonic key could also be experienced sonically. Since the natural horn, which was predominantly used until around 1840, only had a limited supply of notes close to the basic key, a silence on the horns indicated a tonal distance from the basic key. Typically, the recapitulation follows , the repetition of the exposition with a return to the tonic .

The formal importance of the development has increased considerably since Beethoven. If you take the opening movements of the last symphonies of the three main representatives of the Viennese Classic as an example, you get relationships between exposition and development in:

This is accompanied by an increasingly sophisticated technique of motivic work .

In the joint is called performing the one-time runaway thread through all the votes. The first implementation, also known as the exposition, is usually followed by at least two further implementations, whereby interludes can, but not necessarily, be inserted.

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