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Grieg: Wedding-Day at Troldhaugen Op. 65 No. 6 in D Major

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Edvard Grieg - Lyric Pieces :
Wedding-Day at Troldhaugen, Op. 65 No. 6
Wedding-Day at Troldhaugen Op. 65 No. 6  in D Major by Grieg piano sheet music
Key: D Major Published: -
Level: 7 Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (1684 kB)


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xx E. Greig's Lyric Pieces, Op.65, No.6--"The Wedding Day at Troldhaugen" advice pl
May 13, 2005, 11:28:03 AM by yoshiki

Have anyone here  done that piece?
I want to learn it but it looks challenging.
Can anyone provide some sort of advice? E.g. Keypoints, things to notice    etc
Thanks


xx Wedding Day at Troldhaugen (Greig)
January 04, 2006, 07:59:04 PM by winterwind_23

Please listen and critique!

http://savefile.com/files/3147291

Thanks.


xx Suggestions for a group of Grieg pieces
September 13, 2008, 02:29:42 PM by edvond

Does anyone have suggestions for a few relatively short Grieg pieces that would complement Wedding Day at Troldhaugen as the last of the group?   


question Harmonic Structure - middle section Grieg's Wedding Day at Troldhaugen
August 27, 2010, 02:45:29 AM by shaunarundell

I've just started to work on the middle section/movement of one of Grieg's lyric  masterpieces  'Wedding Day at Troldhaugen' and I'm not totally clear on the harmonic structure.

Here is what I can figure out myself.

Its starts out in G with a 8, 7, 6 motif, making heavy use of Major 7ths, 6ths and suspended chords, giving it the modern/romantic/folksong feeling so common with Grieg lyric pieces. After passing through D for a few bars, it finishes on the resolution of Gsus4 chord, completing the first pass.

We then move onto B major restating the motif/themes and passing through C#/F# major, in a similar fashion with the first pass  and then back to G to develop the original motif with some lovely hand crossing and finishing the section/movement on on the same Gsus4 chord resolution.

I get the G->B modulation - we are moving in 3rds, a common device for more modern pieces trying to escape the old tonic/dominant straight jacket. So I guess the structure could be
first pass
G D G  (tonic/dominant/tonic) then modulate in 3rds and
2nd pass
B F# B (tonic/dominant/tonic)
and back to G, original tonic to finish

But they way I read it, we don't go through F# in the 2nd pass we go through  C#.

I suspect I have some errors in or  am missing some depth in my analysis.
Any views, comment ?

Shaun


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