In the E major second movement Beethoven employs tonal procedures similar to those he would use in his late works. After the first theme appears in the piano and violin, a modulation ushers in the second theme, played in the piano on the dominant. A second modulation prepares the closing theme, an arpeggiated figure on G major, a third above the tonic. The recapitulation of both the first and second themes is on the tonic; however, an unexpected modulation moves to C major for the closing theme, now a third below the tonic, achieving a kind of tonal balance we find in many of the late quartets and piano sonatas.
The G major scherzo is a lively movement that bears Beethoven 's stamp particularly in the use of the same motivic material in both parts of the scherzo section while still producing an easily recognizable formal structure. Harmonically, the trio rocks back and forth between D major and B minor. One of the most peculiar aspects of the Presto finale is its extended transition, which spends an almost unbearable amount of time on the dominant of the dominant.
The development section is a tour de force of motivic manipulation that Beethoven would not surpass until his String Quartet, Op.
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Thayer-Forbes also provides some information with respect to this :. That the author is disposed to place their origin in the Bonn period has already appeared. Based on this, in addition to his counterpoint lessons with Haydn and his conquering of the Viennese salons as pianist, in , we can imagine Beethoven also being busy with the revision of the Piano Trio No.