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Apparent Type 2 Sonatas and Reversed Recapitulations in the Nineteenth Century

Apparent Type 2 Sonatas and Reversed Recapitulations in the Nineteenth Century In a small number of sonata forms scattered across the nineteenth century, the development is followed immediately by a return of the subordinate theme, the main theme coming back only later or not at all. How to interpret these forms – often casually referred to as sonata forms with ‘reversed recapitulation’ – has been a topic of debate among theorists within the new Formenlehre. While some (e.g. Hepokoski and Darcy 2006, Smith 2019 and Hepokoski 2021) have argued against the ‘reversed recapitulation’ model and in favour of an understanding along the lines of the (eighteenth‐century) ‘type 2 sonata’, others (e.g. Wingfield 2008, Wingfield and Horton 2012 and Vande Moortele 2017) have problematised that position on historical and analytical grounds. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Music Analysis Wiley

Apparent Type 2 Sonatas and Reversed Recapitulations in the Nineteenth Century

Music Analysis , Volume 40 (3) – Oct 1, 2021

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Wiley
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Music Analysis © 2021 John Wiley & Sons Ltd
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0262-5245
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1468-2249
DOI
10.1111/musa.12179
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Abstract

In a small number of sonata forms scattered across the nineteenth century, the development is followed immediately by a return of the subordinate theme, the main theme coming back only later or not at all. How to interpret these forms – often casually referred to as sonata forms with ‘reversed recapitulation’ – has been a topic of debate among theorists within the new Formenlehre. While some (e.g. Hepokoski and Darcy 2006, Smith 2019 and Hepokoski 2021) have argued against the ‘reversed recapitulation’ model and in favour of an understanding along the lines of the (eighteenth‐century) ‘type 2 sonata’, others (e.g. Wingfield 2008, Wingfield and Horton 2012 and Vande Moortele 2017) have problematised that position on historical and analytical grounds.

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Music AnalysisWiley

Published: Oct 1, 2021

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