The Sonata Principle Reformulated for Haydn Post-1770 and a Typology of his Recapitulatory Strategies

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The Sonata Principle Reformulated for Haydn Post-1770 and a Typology of his Recapitulatory Strategies. / Riley, Matthew.

In: Journal of the Royal Musical Association, Vol. 140, No. 1, 2015, p. 1–39.

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title = "The Sonata Principle Reformulated for Haydn Post-1770 and a Typology of his Recapitulatory Strategies",
abstract = "Haydn{\textquoteright}s {\textquoteleft}recomposition{\textquoteright} of the recapitulation is well known, but this article proposes, against received wisdom, that Haydn composed as though following a rule in the recapitulations of fast sonata-form movements from the 1770s onwards. The article extends William E. Caplin{\textquoteright}s functional theory to the Haydn recapitulation in order to revive the {\textquoteleft}sonata principle{\textquoteright}, restated and limited to fast movements in Haydn{\textquoteright}s instrumental cycles. It then lays out a typology of Haydn{\textquoteright}s recapitulatory strategies that unfold within the constraints of the sonata principle.",
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