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  • Scales and Key Signatures - 870 Words
    Scales and Key Signatures A scale is a sequence of musical notes in ascending and descending order. Most commonly, especially in the context of the common practice period (1600-1900), the notes of a scale will belong to a single key, thus providing material for or being used to conveniently represent part or all of a musical work including melody and/or harmony. Scales are ordered in pitch or pitch class, with their ordering providing a measure of musical distance. Scales are divided, based...
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  • Key Characteristics - 3462 Words
    AFFECTIVE KEY CHARACTERISTICS from Christian Schubart's Ideen zu einer Aesthetik der Tonkunst (1806) C Major Completely Pure. Its character is: innocence, simplicity, na�vety, children's talk. C Minor Declaration of love and at the same time the lament of unhappy love. All languishing, longing, sighing of the love-sick soul lies in this key. Db Major A leering key, degenerating into grief and rapture. It cannot laugh, but it can smile; it cannot howl, but it can at least grimace...
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  • Relative Key and Chord - 474 Words
    GUITAR CHORD BASICS GUITA CHORD BASIC BASIC CHORD SHAPES One of the most important things for any player, at any level, to know is how to form and play the basic chord shapes. In this chapter we’ll show you diagrams of all of the most common chord shapes; A, B, C, D, E, F and G, as well as the minors for each chord, and alternate fingerings for A, F and G. These are the most common chords you’ll encounter in most popular songs, and the most common chords you’ll encounter when...
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  • Analyse the Key the Key Roles and Responsibilities within Wetherspoons Regarding Health and Safety at Work
    Analyse the Key the Key Roles and Responsibilities within Wetherspoons Regarding Health and Safety at Work Management: Management have a key role and a large responsibility of ensuring health and safety is followed in their pub. Managers need to ensure that all of the correct measures are in place so as to keep all legislations in order. If managers did not have any responsibility in the workplace then all employees would therefore not follow any legislations and many staff and customers could...
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  • How Significant Are Circle-of-Fifths Progressions and Minor Chords and Minor Keys, in the Two Movements That You Have Studied?
    How significant are circle-of-fifths progressions and minor chords and minor keys, in the two movements that you have studied? Throughout the 1st and 3rd movement of the Symphony, Mozart implements a circle-of-fifths chord progression on several occasions. The first instance of this in the first movement is from Bar 31 to Bar 34, where on the first two beats of every bar there is a descending pattern of diminished chord, and on the second two beats there is the circle-of-fifths pattern: A7 /...
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  • Brahm's Intermezzo No.3, Op.119 in C Major Analysis
    9/29/12 MTO 13.3: Ricci, The Progress of a Motive in Brahms's Intermezzo op. 119, no. 3 Volume 13, Number 3, September 2007 Copyright © 2007 Society for Music Theory Adam Ricci* The Progress of a Motive in Brahms’s Intermezzo op. 119, no. 3* ABSTRACT: Brahms’s Intermezzo op. 119, no. 3 is structured around a motive with two components—one melodic, one harmonic—that operate sometimes separately and sometimes together. The global harmonic trajectory of the piece is embodied in the...
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  • Mozart Jupiter Symphony - 1715 Words
    Symphony Analysis Bars 1-16 In this essay I will be writing about the opening first 16 bars of the Mozart Symphony Jupiter (K551), starting off in C major, common time. [1] The opening bar introduces the first Antecedent idea, consisting of an octave C in all instruments. This is then followed by ascending semiquaver triplet runs, in the strings and woodwind, from G to C which have a decoration-like affect. This is juxtaposed against the timpani and the brass still carry on with octave C’s....
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  • ATCL Recital - 416 Words
     ATCL Recital (Piano) Kwan Liang Hao (Candidate ID number) Date , Time Exam Venue CONTENTS I. JOHANNE SEBASTIAN BACH---------------TOCCATA IN E MINOR, BWV 914 (1685-1750) (TIME) II. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN---------------SONATA IN C MINOR, OP.13 NO.8 – (1770-1827) ‘PATHETIQUE’ (TIME) i. GRAVE : ALLEGRO DI MOLTE E CON BRIO ii. ADAGIO CANTABILE iii. RONDO : ALLEGRO III. FREDERIC CHOPIN------------------------IMPROMPTU IN...
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  • musica - 687 Words
     Baroque Period – Bach Toccata and Fugue in D minor The Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 538, is an organ piece by Johann Sebastian Bach. Like the better-known BWV 565, BWV 538 also bears the titleToccata and Fugue in D Minor, although it is often referred to by the nickname Dorian — a reference to the fact that the piece is written without a key signature — a notation that is uncommon today and leads one to assume the Dorian mode. However, the two...
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  • Compare and contrast the texture and structure of Beethoven, Bach and Sweelinck?
    Compare and contrast the texture and structure of Beethoven, Bach and Sweelinck? Beethoven’s Septet in E flat movement is in sonata form with a slow introduction and the component parts are defined by changes of key, same goes for the development section. The coda is also much longer than earlier composers of the classical era would have written. The Introduction of the movement starts at bar 1 and carries on until bar 17. The introduction is in the key of E flat which is the Tonic key but it...
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  • Der Lindenbaum by Schubert - 1154 Words
    Musicology 240 Paper #2 “Der Lindenbaum” is a particular song from Die Winterraise, a song cycle written by Franz Schubert, that focuses on the narrator who has been spurned by his lover and is now traveling on his own. The song cycle uses lyrics from a series of 24 poems by the poet Wilhelm Müller. The piece begins with a piano introduction. The piano is playing fast triplets in a major tonality, and seems to be representing the rustling of leaves. The introduction ends in measures 7...
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  • Review 2 - 379 Words
    East Wilkes High School Madrigals Concert Review December 18, 2014 Donathan Layell On the 21st day of October 2014 the Wilkes all county ensemble performed a five piece performance at the John A. Walker Center under the direction of Dr. Robert Holquist. These five pieces consisted of varies styles including songs of Praise, East African worship and love. The concert choir began to perform at 7:30 exactly, after being introduced by the choral teachers of the four high schools. The overall...
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  • Programme Notes Atcl - 847 Words
    ATCL Recital (Piano) Karen Wing Yee Lai 11th May, 2010 11:15 am Parsons Music, Time Square Programme J.S. Bach Prelude and Fugue in D minor BWV 851 [duration] J. Haydn Sonata in E flat major Hob. XVI:49 I: Allegro II: Adagio e cantabile III: Finale: Tempo di Minuet [duration] F. Schubert Impromptu in G flat major Op. 90 No. 3 [duration] F. Poulenc Trois Novelettes No.1 and No.2 I: C major II: B flat minor [duration] [total duration] Prelude and Fugue in D minor BWV 851 (from the...
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  • Tavener the Lamb Essay - 447 Words
    Tavener The Lamb The Lamb uses 4-part choir only. This consists of sopranos, altos, tenors and bass. The ranges of the higher voices are narrow with the soprano only having a range of a augmented 5th and the Alto’s range of a major 6th, the tenor has a range of a major 7th and the Bass has a range of a major 9th The texture of this pieces starts monophonic with only the soprano preforming, then in bar 2 there is use of two part texture with the addition of the alto this causes the...
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  • Yellow River Piano Concerto
    The Yellow River Piano Concerto Xian Xinghai * Xian was born in 1905 in Pungu in China. * He joined the communist party in 1938 where he composed the Yellow River Cantata. * The Yellow River was considered by the Chinese as the cradle of China’s civilisation and its sorrow. * The cantata was an eight movement work for chorus orchestra and soloists with narration in between. Yellow River Cantata * The cantata aimed to express the troubles of the people who lived on the...
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  • Song Profile: Paranoid Android by Radiohead
    Song Profile: Paranoid Android by Radiohead Radiohead is a five piece alternative rock band formed in 1985 in Oxfordshire, England. The group is comprised of lead vocalist, guitarist and band figurehead Thom Yorke, guitarist and keyboard player Jonny Greenwood, guitarist and vocalist Ed O’Brien, bass player Colin Greenwood, and drummer/percussionist Phil Selway. Radiohead rose to fame with the release of their second album The Bends in 1995 and secured their stardom in 1997 with their...
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  • Analysis of Haydn's String Quartet: Op. 76, No. 4
    Analysis of Haydn’s String Quartet: Op. 76, No. 4, in B-flat Major “Sunrise” Haydn composed his Op. 74 quartets in the later years of his life between 1796 and 1797 and it was the last of his completed string quartets. The set of quartets were dedicated to the Hungarian Count Joseph Erdödy and were published in 1799. It was said that this selection of quartets was one of his “most ambitious chamber works” with his attempt of “emphasizing thematic continuity, seamlessly and continually passing...
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  • Beethoven's Seventh Symphony Analysis
    Symphony No. 7 in A Major (Op. 92), completed in 1812, might have been one of Ludwig Van Beethoven’s most popular pieces. The seventh of Beethoven’s nine symphonies, its premiere concert (December 1813 in Vienna) was performed at a charity concert in order to benefit the soldiers who had been wounded a few months prior in the battle of Hanau. It was performed three times in ten weeks following its premiere. During the time of the symphony’s premiere, Vienna was still distressed due to being...
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  • Piano Concerto in a Major, K. 488
    Mozart completed the Piano Concerto in A Major, K. 488, in March 1786 and it is a graceful piece in three movements. It used a small orchestra with two flutes, two clarinets in A, two bassoons, and two horns in A, along with the usual string orchestra. The first movement embodies the form called a “sonata form with double exposition.” This form is common in concerti and one feature of this form is that the first exposition does not end with a double bar and repeat sign indicating a literal...
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  • Queenie in "A & P" - 719 Words
    Flat characters are minor characters in a work of fiction who do not undergo substantial change or growth in the course of a story. A minor character in a story is not the leader of the story, they are a supporting character to the protagonist and they give a contrast to the protagonist in a story. In the story "A & P" by John Updike, the story begins by illustrating Sammy as a young cashier who is cynical and loathsome of his current situation. He is infatuated by a pretty young girl, the minor...
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  • Chopin Prelude - 829 Words
    Analysis of Chopin Prelude No.15 in Db “The Raindrop” The Raindrop Prelude is number 15 of his 24 preludes. Chopin composed this in the middle of his career in Majorca and several bring to mind the island. The Raindrop is Chopin’s longest prelude, averaging around 5 minutes for a performance. No.15 was said to have been written during an evening of dismal rain hence nickname the “Raindrop”. The repeated dominant A flat/G sharp portrays the drop of water falling in the rhythm of the room...
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  • Music Analysis Bach Suite No. 3 in D Major Gavotte
    Analysis: Bach Suite No. 3 in D major The instruments used in the piece are: * Trumpet 1 * Trumpet 2 * Trumpet 3 * Timpani * Oboe 1 * Oboe 2 * Violin 1 * Violin 2 * Viola * Continuo – Harpsichord or Double Bass Why this piece is typically baroque This is piece is baroque as it includes many of the baroque characteristics: * Perfect Cadence!! – In the concept Pitch, the perfect cadence is very obvious at the end of the sections and phrases –...
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  • Pass Grade 5 - 6040 Words
    A short guide to passing the Grade 5 Theory Examination Brian Pickering November 2009 A short guide to passing the Grade 5 Theory Examination Introduction NB This guide does not give you everything you need to know in order to achieve a 100% result, but if you know all of this, then you will be in a position to answer many of the examination questions efficiently, and will be very likely to reach more than the 66% pass mark. Additional study of one or more of the relevant publications is...
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  • Analyse the Structure and Tonality of the Exposition of Beethoven's First Symphony
    Timed Music Essay on Beethoven’s 1st Symphony: Exposition Time Started: 8:48 AM Time Finished: 9:30 AM Question: Write an informative account of the exposition of the first movement of this symphony. Answer: This essay will focus on the exposition of the 1st movement of the 1st symphony written by Beethoven. The exposition begins in bar 13 and ends in bar 109 and consists of four key areas: the 1st subject, the bridge passage, the 2nd subject, and the codetta. The piece is in...
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  • Research paper for Niccolo Paganini
    Research paper for Niccolo Paganini 1. Niccolo Paganini (10.27.1782----05.07.1840) 1795--- He started his performents. 1805--- Paganini became a solo violinist for the lucca Baciocchi court. 1805---1809 He composed his 24 Caprices. 1809--- He left the Baciocchi and became free again. 1813--- He held a concert in La Scala in Milan that which is a great success. 2. Born in Genova, Italy 1800, Paganini traveled to Livorno, where he played violin in concerts and his father restarted...
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  • Mozart - 564 Words
    Mozart's move to Vienna fromSalzburg in 1781 heralds musical developments and reflects social changes. On 9May 1781, he wrote to his father I am no longer so unfortunate as to be inSalzburg service (Mersmann 1938: 161): he had been frustrated by the limitedopportunities of his employment at court. The joy of leaving Salzburg forVienna seems to have been musically inspiring, and the next few years wereprolific, not least in the composition of piano concertos: Mozart wrote 12between 1784 and 1786....
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  • Nautical Science - 538 Words
    Below is a revised chart, often called the ‘Circle of Keys’ or ‘Circle of Fifths’. We have revised this chart so that students can better see flat keys as they “progress” around the ‘wheel’. The importance of finding the correct key of a composition and remembering what flats or sharps are to be used when performing it cannot be stressed enough. All students are urged to learn and understand the circle of keys. For first year students, learn the first “primary keys”, C, F, and G. Then expand...
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  • Examining the Pathetique Sonata - 1274 Words
    Examining The Pathetique Sonata At the start of the nineteenth century, the world of music made a transition from the Classic Period of composition to what is now known as the Romantic Era. Composers experimented with more expressive and songlike melodies while pianists developed higher skill levels to match the increased technical demands of the pieces. One man who embodied this particular transitional period was Ludwig van Beethoven. Beethoven was one of the first composers to stray from...
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  • Musical Analysis of ‘Festival Overture on Australian Themes’
    This analysis of ‘Festival Overture on Australian Themes’ written by Colin Brumby in 1981; will use the knowledge of the musical elements to explore how Brumby has created each of the characters in ‘Festival Overture on Australian Themes’ and how all of the themes in the piece have been linked together to create the work. The intro of the piece ‘Festival Overture on Australian Themes’ is uncertain in tonality, starting with a flourish of notes for six bars, using woodwinds and strings, over...
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  • AS Music Lesson 6 Brandenburg 2 Fugues And Stylistic Composition
    AS Music – Lesson 6 Bach Brandenburg Concerto 2 – Harmony and Tonality Performing a Fugue Progress Check on Composition Assignment 1 Starter It’s BINGO time. Learning Objectives  To be able to describe the tonal scheme, harmony and harmonic devices used in Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 2.  To be able to contribute to an accurate performance of the Geographical Fugue and make suggestions as to how the performance could be improved.  To review individual progress on Composition 1 and...
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  • Bach's Fugue in G Minor, WTC Book I
    Anna Diers MUS 242 Dr. Lynn Little 08 November 2013 Bach’s Fugue in G Minor, WTC Book I 1. Bach was a piano teacher, and often approached his music as a teaching tool. To display how easily moving from one key to the next could be, he utilized the Well Tempered Clavier and the book can often be thought of from this standpoint. According to Sigland Bruhn, “ It aims to help you, its reader, achieve a creative understanding and interpretation of Bach's preludes and fugues by encouraging you...
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  • Music Appreciation Test - 373 Words
     2.5.3 Test (TS): Music of the Primitive and Ancient World Test Music Appreciation Sem 1 (S2524526) Maria Jose De La Torre Points possible: 25 Date: ____________ Answer the following questions thoroughly. 1. List five aerophones and explain why they are aerophones. (5 points) a. Flute b. Clarinet c. Bagpipes d. Saxophone e. Trumpet Any musical instrument that produces sound in effect of causing the body to vibrate through air. 2. Describe the acoustical experiments of Pythagoras...
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  • 2015 NANM Scholarship Competition Reper
     2015 NANM SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION REPERTOIRE LIST The 2015 NANM Scholarship Competition is in Piano. Contestants must compete on the local and regional levels. Based on these contests, each region will send a contestant to compete at the national competition, to be held in 2015 at the annual national conference in Washington, D.C. The repertoire embraces the genres of European and American composers and highlights the contributions of African American composers. Three works are...
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  • Theory Analysis on Haydn's Piano Sonata in Bb Major
    Haydn Piano Sonata in Bb Major Haydn's Piano Sonata in Bb major has three clearly defined sections: the exposition, the development, and the recapitulation. In the exposition, the thematic statement from measure 1 through 10 is more or less the introduction followed by a theme in parallel period from measures 11 to beat two of 22. Up to this point we are in the key of Bb major, ending on a half cadence. Though it stays in this key, E is tonicized with a five of four in measures 11 and 16....
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  • Analysis on Beethoven' S Piano Sonata No3, Op 2
    Analysis on Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No 3, op. 2, Allegro con brio Composers since the early classical era have used sonata form to express through music ideas which are at once complex and unified. This form contains a variety of themes and permutations of these themes, but is brought together into a comprehensible whole when these excerpts reappear. Beethoven, in the first movement of his Piano Sonata Opus 2 Number 3 utilizes this form to its full potential, modifying the typical...
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  • Music Essay on Beethoven's Heroic Style
    Moira Loh Loh 1 Ms Yang Tien Music Historical Overview 3rd September Beethoven and the heroic style Early eighteenth century marked the beginning of the middle period, which was said to be the most productive period out of his three compositional periods as some of his most magnificent works were produced during this time (Lockwood, 194). In this paper, I will examine the heroic style - why it came about, what are some characteristics of ‘heroic’ music and through...
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  • Shubert -String Quartet Analysis
    1.String quartet in d minor (D.810) 1st movement Allegro formal diagram Name of form part of subpart inclusive m. total m. tonality commentary Exposition 1-140 140 strong vierhebigkeit throughout Introduction 1-14 14 d; i---V Aggressive main triplet rhythm 1st theme 15-24 9 i---V main melody in...
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  • And The Glory Of The Lord - 508 Words
    And The Glory Of The Lord - Composed by George Frederic Handel. - Handel died in 1759 and was buried in Westminster Abbey. - It is the first chorus for voices and orchestral accompaniment from the oratorio 'Messiah'. - Handel wrote Messiah in only 24 days. The libretto is taken from the bible and tells the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus. - ATGOTL was first performed in Dublin. - Composed in 1741, the Baroque Period (1600 -1750) Features - Ornamented melodic parts. - Major/Minor key...
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  • Learn and Master Guitar Manual
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  • Basic Guitar Chords 000
    Beginners Guitar Chords open position chords (first three frets plus nut or open strings) Black diamonds are root tones. Grayed tones are optional. White filled tones behind the nut are open string tones (to be included in chord). X ed strings at the nut are muted or not played. Large numbers inside chord dots are fingering numbers: 1 = index finger 2 = middle finger 3 = ring finger 4 = little finger T = thumb E Major E minor E Dom 7 1 E minor 7 E Major 7 1 2 1 2 3 2 2 3 E Major 6 1...
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  • General Knowledge - Rondo Op.51 No.1 in C Major by Beethoven
    Rondo Op.51 No.1 in C major by Beethoven • Rondo: a musical form characterized by a repeated theme that alternate with other themes • Opus: a number given chronologically order the works of a composer • This rondo was composed between 1796 and 1797. • About the composer and period: Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827) • Period: Classical (1750-1820)/early Romantic (about 1820/30s-1910) • Nationality: German • Contemporaries: Haydn, Mozart, Clementi • Works included: • 32 piano sonatas...
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  • Moby - Why Does My Heart Feel so Bad
    Moby – ‘Why does my heart feel so bad?’ Moby recorded this track in 1999. The style of this music is electronica, however the song incorporates elements of Gospel, Folk, Country, Jamaican and African music. Essay Structure ‘Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad’ is based on two eight bar themes, A and B. Theme A is based on a chord sequence of A minor, E minor, G major and D major. Theme B has two different types, ‘Bx’ and ‘By’. Theme Bx has a repeated two bar phrase and the chord pattern...
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  • Itc - Summer Internship Executive Summary
    Project on Key Account Management – Executive Summary Objective: Extensive study of MBQ & ARS processes followed by major Key Accounts and recommend suggestions to ITC field team to adopt relevant best practices at account level to maintain & build MBQ’s across categories. Given independent & business model unique to each individual account, the recommendations may be account specific. Relevance of Project to the Organization: Key Accounts are the trendsetters in the premium...
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  • 'and the Glory of the Lord' from Messiah
    ‘And the glory of the Lord’ from Messiah TEXTURE: There are alternates between homophonic and contrapuntal textures. For example in bars 11-14 there is homophonic melody. There are also a few short monophonic parts as well though. Throughout the whole piece vocal lines are often doubled with instruments, but it is usually at a different octave. TONALITY: There are major keys in use during the whole of ‘And the glory of the lord’ from Messiah by Handel. The piece begins and end on the...
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  • Concert Review 1 - 774 Words
    Roxanne Smith MUS 275 Charles Morris Concert Review #1 Concert Review on “Morey Senior Outreach Concert”, CMU This concert was a concert like nothing I have attended before. It had a combination of everything we have discussed in class. The organizers of this event established a well thought out way of putting on the show that made it interesting. There was not one moment that I felt tired or bored it was very amusing. Like I had mentioned before it was a little bit of everything we...
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  • The First Movement of Beethoven's Sonata Op.31 No.1 Displays Rhetorical Effects Resulting from the Harmonic and Formal Departure from Sonata Form Convention
    This sonata was composed around 1802, a point at which Beethoven experienced the crisis of encroaching deafness. From then on, the composer started to introduce innovative and bold ideas within classical framework in his musical composition to expand the expressiveness of his music. His novel approach was evident in his formal and harmonic arrangement in the first movement of Sonata Op.31 No.1. Distinctive harmonic departure from the classical sonata form convention fills the movement with...
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  • Music Notes - 723 Words
    IGCSE BASIC THEORY TEST REVISION RHYTHM Metre – the number of beats to a bar and their value Time signature – two numbers signifying the metre of the music Simple – each beat is divisible into halves e.g. 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 Compound – each beat is a dotted note which can be divided in to three quavers e.g. 6/8, 9/8, 12/8 Triplets – three notes played in the space of two Dotted rhythms – placing a dot after a note which adds half the length (a dotted crotchet is worth one and a half...
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  • Concert Report - 911 Words
    The concert that I attended was the University Symphony Orchestra presented by the University of Louisville School of Music. The production featured 4 different works of music: "Spring" from The Four Seasons, Op. 8 by Antonio Vivaldi, Fantasy for Trombone and Orchestra, Op. 42 by Paul Creston, Flute Concerto in D Major, Op. 283 by Carl Reinecke, and Symphonic Dances from West Side Story by Leonard Bernstein. The first piece of music was Spring from The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi. This...
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  • Chopin Prelude 15 - 312 Words
    In this piece, Chopin uses a lot of crescendos and diminuendos, and there is a wide range of dynamics (from pianissimo to fortissimo) but there are no sudden contrasts. Section A in the piece is quieter than section B, which climaxes to fortissimo twice. The structure of ‘Raindrop’ is in ternary form (separated into sections in the form of ABA). In section A (in D flat major) there is a lyrical melody accompanied by quavers in the bass. This section also has its own ABA structure. In section B...
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  • music - 897 Words
    Individual Assignment no. 2 Schubert’s Symphony no.8 in B minor, also called the Unfinished Symphony, deviates from the typical first movement of a Classical symphony in various aspects. Similar to other Classical symphonies, the first movement of unfinished symphony adapted sonata form as the skeleton. Despite the use of symphonic sonata form, Schubert begins the piece by an 8-bar quiet solo Preface theme which is played by the cellos and double basses in unison. The low registers and...
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  • Organizational Report - 1958 Words
    A Critical Review of Kivimäki, Vahtera, Elovainio, Pentti and Virtanen et al, 2003, Human Costs of Organizational Downsizing: Comparing Health Trends Between Leavers and Stayers, American Journal of Community Psychology, Vol. 32, Iss. ½, page 57. Introduction In this journal article, the author discusses about the different health trends between the leavers and stayers in an organization. The article aimed to provide the difference between who is a leaver and who is stayer. It also aims to...
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  • Sergei Rachmaninoff - 2523 Words
    Sergei Rachmaninoff: A Study of Études-Tableaux Op.33 Mike Mayrand Music of the Early Twentieth Century MUS 244 Prof. F. Gaudette April 14, 2006 Sergei Vasilievich Rachmaninoff was born April 1st, 1873 in Semyonovo, Russia and can be classified as a Russian-American composer, pianist and conductor. While his reputation as a composer only came later in life, Rachmaninoff's skill as pianist was well-known and highly respected. He was one of the greatest pianists of his generation,...
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  • grade 1 theory music grade 1
    Theory of Music Grade 1 May 2008 Your full name (as on appointment slip). Please use BLOCK CAPITALS. ________________________________________________________________________________________ Your signature Registration number ________________________________________ _ __________________________ _ Centre _________________________________________ Instructions to Candidates 1. The time allowed for answering this paper is two (2) hours. 2. Fill in your name and the...
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  • The advantages and disadvantages of modern technology
    Theory of Music Grade 2 November 2007 Your full name (as on appointment slip). Please use BLOCK CAPITALS. ________________________________________________________________________________________ Your signature Registration number _________________________________________ ___________________________ Centre _________________________________________ Instructions to Candidates 1. The time allowed for answering this paper is two (2) hours. 2. Fill in your name and the...
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  • Gretchen Am Spinnrade - 1524 Words
     Gretchen Am Spinnrade Franz Schubert composed the German Lieder, Gretchen Am Spinnrade, in 1814. This composition is one of Schubert’s pinnacle compositions, which introduced the world to the idea of the Romantic Lied, veering away from the already existing Classical Lied. Observing the form, rhythmic structure, key modulations and dynamics with relation to the text, Schubert paints a beautiful emotional drama for the listener allowing them to dive into the thoughts and emotions the...
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  • The Form and Tonal Structure of Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 8 in C Minor, Op. 13, Ii. “Adagio Cantabile”
    The Form and Tonal Structure of Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 8 in C minor, Op. 13, II. “Adagio cantabile” March 19, 2013 Form and Analysis Many consider Ludwig Von Beethoven’s Piano Sonata No. 8 in C minor, Op. 13 as his first major musical accomplishment, more commonly known as Sonata Pathetique. Written at the age of 27 in 1798, the young composer had gained instant fame and his work was published only a year later. Beethoven, being one of the first significant musicians to work...
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  • River Flows in You - Analysis
    Dynamics – At the beginning of the piece its supposed to be played quite softly, my sheet music says ‘mezzo piano’. The piece gets louder and louder in a gradual crescendo and then roughly two minutes through (depending on how slowly or quickly you play it) there is a diminuendo, which is emphasized by the change from arpeggios to chords in the bass part. Tempo – It starts off quite slowly and then picks up on the second line and continues at that speed until the quavers in the right hand...
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