Music Experience Descriptions

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Music Experience Descriptions
University of Phoenix
Art 101

Music Experience Descriptions
To choose only five music pieces to describe, my experience to was not easy. I have found that my total experience to these types of music in general is that I truly enjoy it. Until now I never showed much interest into it because, I was not sure what I was listening to. I have chosen to limit my descriptions to Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, and Vivaldi. You will be able to understand the music that I describe here, and possibly gain more enjoyment after reading this paper. Bach Suite No.1 Prelude in G minor; performed by Georg Mertens, this piece of music was created in the Baroque time. The music played, without any sheet music, the rhythm starts out slow and then speeds up then repeats. The melody is very precise. The harmony is very stern, to calm back to stern. The texture in this piece of music is goes from a very low note and played there for a long while and then works up to higher notes towards the end of the piece I liked this piece of music; it was very catchy and soothing. Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op.125 This certain piece was conducted by Molto Vivace, and performed by the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra. Beethoven created music in the Romantic musical era. The rhythm of this song has very short, and fast starts, and abrupt stops. This song is dominated with the brass sections, and supported with wind instruments. The harmony is seems to disagree with each other, it’s like there fighting to take control. The melody is very fast angry like. The texture is very broad in this song. I liked and disliked this song, I like the soothing parts of it but not too fond of the angry portions. Ivo Pogorelich performed Beethoven’s Fur Elise, this piece. This song’s creation is in romantic musical era. The performer played the music from memory. The song rhythm has several changes in it. It goes from a steady pace, to fast, and then slow. The...
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