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    Double Bass

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    Technical aspects of the Double Bass in changes Physical changes in the instrument This is still a debate on whether the base comes from the violin family or shrimp family (some research shows even family ties guitar all the time. The only thing we are sure the tool is still under development in relation to the time it was used in the music. The history of the base begins about the first half of the 16th century, based on the violin family.However the term "base" is not often used until the end of the 18th century was called "violin" because of its roots to the family of instruments. The first instruments were completely different today, because of the facts that the proportions are not standardized instruments caused by luthiers to make cellos sizes vary from small to gigantic size low. Tuning differences and additional strings Musicians today can not imagine how there were many phases in the reconciliation of the base over the past centuries. This sometimes gave…

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    Bull Guitar History

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    Nicknamed the “Bull fiddle”, the bass is one of a handful of instruments that played a significant role in the development of music during the 20th century. The bass gained much of its momentum as the popularity of the New Orleans brass and jazz bands was spreading throughout the US, and it eventually took on such an essential role that it was forced to evolve. The new bass players were slowly transitioning the bass from accompaniment to a solo instrument. As it moved from the background to the…

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    Beethoven Musical Style

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    two treble, two tenor, and two bass. Eventually the three standard viols sizes were insufficient to keep up with the new trends and as many as six different sizes were created, including the sub bass whose length was about seven feet tall. Musical styles…

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    Orchestra Concert Report

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    37 was my favorite part of the entire night. The concerto starts of with a mysterious low bass sounding melody brought in by the cello section that is echoed by the clarinets and trumpets in a higher octave. Once the cellos and violins enter the space of the sound building within the orchestra, the tempo slows down to a softer, controlled sounding melody that is accented by the quick separated notes played by the flutes. A few minutes into the piece the pianist adds in and establishes a trade…

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    structural principles to offer the members of his group maximum melodic and rhythmic freedom,” (Anderson 2007, 1). He accomplished an improvised approach to the Jazz genre by providing the opportunity for each musician to play inside or outside conventional cords. In the same sense, The Sinners Choir continues to celebrate the Americana/ Free Jazz genre that was developed by Coleman, but with a fresh sound heavily influenced by New Orleans and Chicago style Jazz. This is recognized…

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    Throughout the timeline of Music, There has been many different genres and styles created by Musicians, throughout this timeline we received the 20th Century genre of Impressionism. The genre focuses on conveying emotions and moods behind a pacific event or a reflection on how the composer is feeling, an example of Impressionism genre that gives the audience the feel of emotion is Krzytof Penderecki’s Impressionism piece Thernody for the Victims of Hiroshima, which he has transformed the…

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    The Suzuki Method

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    The idea of a String Methods class in undergraduate study is to explore the different approaches that happen around the world. There will be some methods more renowned than others, and of course, those will prevail and outshine the rest. However, this class will go into specific details of the classical instruments like Violin, Viola, Cello, and String Bass and how they are used throughout these String Methods. Consequently, these string instruments play a huge role in the music world around us;…

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    In an ever changing world, there are some things that will forever seem to be the same; the sky has been and shall be blue, people have and will constantly fall in and out of love, the fear of the unknown has been experienced by many, and many more will experience such a feeling, and an orchestra has always been seated that way it has - string instruments in the front with brass, woodwinds, and percussion in the back. Various things that function in a certain way, and continue to function in…

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    comments like these, but how close are cellos to violins? Cellos are actually very similar to violins, as their alias suggests, but violins and cellos are also very different. Violins, for starters, are quite small, and cover high registers of notes. Violins are played standing and are held on the player’s shoulder with the aid of a shoulder rest and a chin rest. Violins have the strings G, D, A, and E. Violinists need to use only three of their fingers to cover the distances between open…

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    Becoming a musician is a long, difficult process of trial and error that rarely ends in fame or monetary success. However, for musicians, when the work does pay off, it pays off big. But if you're new to music, you might be overwhelmed by the choices. Where to begin? We'll show you! Here, we present a list of the eight most approachable instruments for those musicians who are just starting out and aren't sure what to choose. Number Eight: Double Bass. Though this behemoth bass may look…

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