Consonance and dissonance

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  • Hermosa Culture

    One unique thing about the Hermosa culture is its population. Hermosa people have a high fertility rate which accounts for the population explosion witnessed in the past thousands of years. It is located in the southern coastal part of Seminole. The capital of Hermosa is Bella. There are three main ethnic groups: Pride, Aries, and Sikes. The South Western part of Seminole is home to most Pride, and they are among the group of Hermosa where culture is still pretty much preserved. They are well…

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  • Petrus De Cruce Analysis

    The primary discussion this paper will address Petrus de Cruce's Aucun ont trouve/Lonc tans/Annuntiantes and its significance both historically and culturally on the motet genre. One of significance aspects of this piece is the voice range of triplum and motetus as well as how rhythmetrically complex it is. While not completely confined to that, the paper will discuss the characteristics of the motet as well as the implication of musical content and texture that Cruce used in his piece. The…

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  • Stravinsky Accomplishments

    In comparison to other notable composers of Western art music, Stravinsky enjoyed one of the longest careers, actively composing for nearly seven decades. Having reached critical acclaim for his work in The Firebird in 1910, Stravinsky continued to compose for the next sixty-one years, during which numerous world-changing events took place. Also, throughout this time, Stravinsky was exposed to a variety of cultures, having migrated to multiple places around the globe in the interest of…

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  • Hector Berlioz's Symphony Fantastique 5th Movement

    Romanticism was a period that started in the early 19th century, primarily in England and Germany. At first Romanticism influenced the literature world, but by 1820s musicians started to adopt the style in their music as well. Hector Berlioz was a French composer during the Early Romantics period in the 1830s. He is most famously known for his piece “Symphony Fantastique” 5th Movement composed in 1830, where he tells about his own personal love for an Irish Actress, Harriet Smithson. Hector…

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  • Music: The Main Driving Force In Music

    Music is composed of many different elements that together give feeling to what we hear. These elements include rhythm, beat, accent, meter, syncopation, tempo, pitch, dynamics, tone color, overtone, scales, melody, harmony, texture, tonality, and mode. Just like with chemical elements, combining musical elements will create something new and exciting, and different combinations will give something distinct to the music. All sixteen elements mentioned are equally important and together…

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  • Trout Mask Replica Analysis

    simultaneously a failure among the majority of the public? A life-science writer for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Anne Trafton reported on two researchers who asked a similar question. Music is made by assembling patterns of tonal consonance and dissonance which build tension and provide relief. While dissonant chords (common in Trout Mask Replica) are still used in music, they are often much less pleasant than consonant chords, which are consequently more…

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  • Artificial Intelligence In Music Essay

    Argumentative Paper: Artificial Intelligence in Music There is something about music that seems inherently human. It can make people cry or laugh; jerk their bodies or stop them in awe; and even motivate them or put them to sleep. For the most part, humans have been the only ones to create and use music for recreational use for millennia (Armony and Vuilleumier, 2013). With that being said, it is difficult to imagine music being made by anything else. Truly powerful, moving music, not simply a…

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  • Analysis Of Gradual Viderunt Omnes

    The chant melody is from the setting of the Gradual Viderunt Omnes from the Mass for Christmas Day. The original piece features a soloist that performs the psalm verse which alternates with a choir that sings the respond. This verse is extremely ornate, and the respond is also very melismatic. It is the only part of the Mass for Christmas Day that is in mode 5. Because of its highly melismatic nature, it was viewed as an appropriate candidate for future composers to base new works off of with…

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  • O Successores By Hildegard Von Bingen: Listening Analysis

    This paper will describe and critique a listening reaction to Hildegard Von Bingen’s “O Successores” and describe the use of timbre, pitch, melody, and rhythm to name a few examples. In addition, the introduction will discuss the work of the creator, the historic era, and give a general description of the background of this Gregorian chant. Furthermore, the aesthetic value of the work will be evaluated and questions will be answered to what was attractive, meaningful, and inspiring and what my…

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  • Marketing Advantage Of Nestle

    Benefits of direct marketing: Buyers • Home shopping- fun, convenient and hassle free, time saving, larger variety. • Comparative shopping possible- browsing through online catalogues. • Somebody else other than buyer can order goods. • Business customers- learn about new products & services- time saved in meeting sales people. Sellers • Buy mailing lists- any group : left handed, overweight, millionaires • Personalize and customize the messages- build continuous relationship with…

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