Homework: The Enlightenment valued method--following the proper form or procedure or set of steps, which is necessary to reach a good result. This included logic and good manners--and in music it meant following a clearly organized formal structure, with a pattern and progression that the mind can understand. The idea is, music has to have, and to make apparent, its proper organization. Consider the two pieces below by Haydn. What does the form do? Describe, in a basic way, which section follows which. How does the music change and develop through the form? What is the feeling and what are the changes of feeling? (Trust yourself in listening to these; it is not a difficult thing but something natural, based on what you hear. You don't have to be perfectly precise about technical things.) How does "Classical" formality compare to the Gallant or Sensitive style we heard before?