Glossary – A rhythmic treatment that generally reduces the rhythmic values of a series of notes by one-half
The lengthening of the time values of notes in a melodic part.

Glossary – Expanding or stretching the temporal value of musical sounds, normally by doubling rhythmic value.

(respected to melody) is when the given melody is turned upside down. Ex. if the original melody is a rising 3rd then the Inversion is a falling 3rd.
Cyclic/Cyclic Form
Pertaining to the use of the same theme or themes in more than one movement of a multi-movement work.
The “primal theme” that is a feature in the introduction of all of Anton Bruckner’s symphonies.

Hire a custom writer who has experience.
It's time for you to submit amazing papers!

order now

It’s the secondary theme that Burckner uses and this theme is usually at least 2 melodies, generally superimposed upon each other in a polyphonic fashion.

It’s the secondary theme that Burckner uses and this usually has at least 2 melodies.
A hymn tune associated with the German Protestant Church.
An Austrian dance that dates from about 1800, in triple meter, resembling the waltz. It’s tempo is generally slower than a waltz.
Des Knaben Wunderhorn
(The Young Boy’s Magic Horn) is a collection of German folk poems dated 1539-1807collected by Achim von Arnim and Clemens von Brentano and published in the 1805
In music, a secondary or supplemental melody that is played simultaneously with the primary melody without harmonic accompaniment.