MUS 313 Form and Analysis - Comprehensive Final Exam
(You must pass the final to pass the class.)
Bach fugue from the Well Tempered Clavier I (Review the
On the score, label the parts of the exposition. (subject entries, answer entries, countersubject entries and bridge)
Where does the exposition end?
Are the answers tonal or real?
Specifically what pitch or pitches indicate that the answers are tonal or real?
To study Bach's WTC I, I highly recommend
Well-Tempered Clavier: analysis, scores, and digital sound
by Dr. Tim Smith of Northern Arizona University.
Beethoven piano sonata movement (See the
MUS 313 Anthology
Indicate Roman numerals for selected measures. (
Diagram and identify the form. (See the bottom of
Formal Analysis of Beethoven's Piano Sonatas
by Andrew Schartmann, a Yale doctoral student
Schiff on Beethoven
— each lecture is about 45 minutes
Secondary Dominants and Secondary Leading Tone Chords
Augmented Sixth Chords
Neapolitan Sixth Chord
Be able to write the retrograde, the inversion, or the retrograde inversion of any tone row in any transposition.