Linear Analysis

The pieces in the following list can be analyzed with linear analysis.

Pieces that are not in Public Domain are mark NON-PD and may not have a score.

RomanticSchumann, ClaraFemaleThree Preludes and Fugues, Op. 16, No 1Linear analysis, fugue, stretto, inversion
RomanticChopin, FredericPolishPrelude No. 1 in C major, Op. 28One-part form, linear analysis
ClassicalMozart, Wolfgang A.AustriaPiano Sonata No. 11 in A major, K. 331, I: ThemeRounded binary, linear analysis
RomanticBeach, AmyFemaleRomance for Violin and Piano, Op. 23.Mvt. 2Ternary form, linear analysis
RomanticHensel, FannyFemaleVier Lieder fur Das Pianoforte, Op. 2 No 1: AndanteTernary form, linear analysis
20th CenturyRaum, ElizabethFemale, CanadianSweet Dances for Unaccompanied Tuba, Mvt, 2: Dot PolkaTernary form, linear analysis
RomanticTegner, AliceFemaleSonata in A minor for Violin and Piano, Mvt. III: Andanteternary, Aug 6, Linear analysis
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicKosma, Joseph, Johnny Mercer, Jacques PrevertHungary, French“Autumn Leaves” (1945) – NON-PDCircle of 5ths progression, guidetones/voice leading, linear analysis
RomanticChopin, FredericPolishPrelude No. 4 in E minor, Op. 28Binary, Linear analysis, non-functional harmony
RomanticFaure, GabrielMaleImpromptu No. 2, Op. 31non-functional harmony, linear anlaysis
RomanticSchumann, RobertGerman3 Gesange, Op. 31, No. 1, “Die Lowenbraut”non-functional harmony, linear analysis
RomanticChopin, FredericPolishNocturne, op. 55, No. 1non-functional harmony, Linear analysis