mozart roman numeral crapnalysis:
key: d minor
m.2 iv43, i
m.8 V, i6
m.9 cadential 64
In measures 14-19 Mozart uses the cello's note (E) as the basis of a common tone modulation to the dominant key. The harmony prolonged here is a V/V chord.
ugh,this part's confusing
uh the violins play the same motive as the first two analyzed parts except for it's slightly chromatic in measures 22-29. That's really the only similar part I see. You probably shouldn't analyze measures 30-39 because it's the same as the first ten measure of the piece....unless you were bored and needed to waste time.