Handel – And the Fame of the Master
And the Fame of the God was consisting in 1741 by George Frideric Wirtschaft. It is the fourth movement from his ‘Messiah' works which is an Enfatico in the late Baroque period. It has a Metre of 3/4, meaning there are four crotchet surpasses per bar; its " cadence " is Diminuendo (Fast) before the end four bars, wherever is becomes Adagio (Slow/Calm). The part is in the crucial of A Main (F#, C# & G#) but regularly modulates. By bar twenty-one, the key modulates to E Major (F#, C#, G# & D#) which is the dominant of any Major. After that it returns to A Major for bar forty seven, but then in bar 65 it modulates to Elizabeth Major once again, followed by B Major (F#, C#, G#, D# & A#), the dominant of E Major, at pub 67; to then go back to E Main at bar 90. The ultimate modulation, back in A Major, happens at club 105, this remains in A Major for the rest of the part. The ending of the piece as well creates a Plagal Cadence (IV – I), which in the case is G Major into a Major, creating an ‘Amen' ending. You will discover four Melodic ideas with this piece; plus the glory from the lord; will be revea-led; and all flesh shall see it jointly; for the mouth of the head of the family hath spoken it. The structure in the piece is located around these types of phrases. By using a SATB choir layout along numerous string tools (Including the Harpsichord in the Continuo Bass), creating a generally homophonic texture, with a short monophonic consistency at bars 108-109. The phrases also use imitation; this is often clearly found at pub 19. The dynamics in the piece usually do not vary considerably, however it truly does go from Mezzo-forte to Forte, additionally it is terraced to suit the joyful theme of this Enfatico.