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Topic: Help with the 3rd movement of Mozart's F major Sonata K.332  (Read 548 times)

Offline jlmap

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Hi! I'm having some problems with the analysis of the development of the third movement of this sonata. For example: in which transitory tonality are measures 10 and 11 of this development? C minor? Than, why the D flat? I can see that measures 6 an 7 are a dominant prolongation, and that measures 8 and 9 are V7/V, all in c minor. Measures 10 and 11 seems to be essencially a V7 in c minor, but why the Db and the Bb? Measures 12 and 13 may be V7 in c minor and V7/V in F minor, and measure 14 a prolongation of V in f minor. That would explain the Db (the 6th grade of f minor). It would also make a progression pattern I-V-V7/V-V-V7 in c minor, and this last G7 chord may be V7/V of another V7/V-V-V7 in F minor. Is this correct?  And, after all, why Db and Bb in measures 10 and 11?
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Offline jlmap

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Re: Help with the 3rd movement of Mozart's F major Sonata K.332
Reply #1 on: June 12, 2022, 05:55:31 PM
Sorry! I can see now what is happening. Indeed, measures 10 and 11 are in F minor.
 

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