Debugging Beethoven

Ever wondered what sort of structures classical music has? The answer is — loads! This week I gave a presentation to my coding cohort about sonata form. If you’re curious to know what’s going on with classical forms, check out the video below! 
 
 You’ll want a Spotify account (free is fine) and if you like, you can follow along with the score as well. If you’re not comfortable reading a 4-part score, I suggest following either the first violin (top line, treble clef) or cello (bottom line, bass clef).
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 Full score: hz.imslp.info/files/imglnks/usimg/2/26/IMSLP04758-Beethoven_-_String_Quartet_№4_Dover.pdf
 Spotify link:
 open.spotify.com/track/2YCrzzNg8RsF9TR7ZjdwiM
 Workshop slides
 docs.google.com/presentation/d/16Yi77R4Qn1Xxp30CSV0RRTP_QP3XsegoX9BjKUvT_fI/edit?usp=sharing
 
 
 
 Have fun and post in the comments!

Sonata Form Workshop for Makers Academy from Paula Muldoon on Vimeo.

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