Scenen aus Goethes Faust: A performer's analysis. Page: 17
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The arpeggiated motive in the cello part in the final section is derived from the opening motive.
The first time the motive was played in the cello line the pitches were C, F, A, C, outlining an F
chord, with the final note moving to D causing the harmonic change. The last two times that this
motive is played in the cellos, the musical tension inherent in its first appearance is resolved as
the motive finally outlines only the tonic chord in the key ofF major on beats 1 and 2. The
resolution in the music depicts Gretchen's decision to succumb to Faust's advances (see Figure
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