I’ve made some modifications to the score set of Piano Sonata 3.
The coda to the finale has been expanded.
Referring back to the post on Jan. 28, 2016:
Between 4.10 and 4.11, there is an element 4.10a (file name “Sonata4Mov4Coda1suf”) that further prepares the final C Major pedal point by going back to a soft misterioso, 11 measures, very chromatic, in the tonalities of F minor and D minor, using earlier motives, and quoting a phrase in a piano piece played by a friend about 4 years ago, The harmonies build toward the “Bruckner pivot” on the subdominant (with seventh and ninth chords).
The final pedal point start with the pivot, of different lengths in different voices, as the music blasts away, combining many toccata-like motives from the earlier movements, along with two motives from Bruckner (the seventh and eighth symphonies), before crashing down (always FFF) on a final interval of a major third, with which the second subject (the “Applause theme”) had started. Admittedly, this would probably sound a bit like Shostakovich if orchestrated (with lots of brass and drums in the closing measures). The final C Major chord, FFF, is staccato, allowed to reverberate.
There is also a passage, D3prep (in E Major, so to speak), that would fit as 3.75, before the reharmonization of the “religioso” in the slow movement, (D3), before the conclusion of the slow movement (E-flat minor).
(Posted: Friday, February 3, 2017 at 12: 15 AM EST)