This article was the second prize winner of the University of Wisconsin/Madison Analysis Competition. The University of Wisconsin/Madison Analysis Competition was conducted in 1985 and adjudicated by an independent panel of nationally respected theory specialists. Contestants were instructed to submit a teaching analysis of a tonal composition suitable for classroom presentation at the level of sophomore theory. [It is assumed that readers will consult a complete score of each composition under discussion.] Grateful acknowledgement is extended to Dr. Bruce Benward, Director of the Competition, for his permission to publish these papers in this journal.
"Unity and Constant in Mozart,"
Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy: Vol. 1, Article 4.
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