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  • Second Movement Analysis

    25 as piano plays the accompaniment like what it did in the exposition, playing some triplet arpeggios in the tonic key (E major). Instead of flute and clarinet playing the main theme of the movement, the violins take their role and play the theme. However, piano didn’t repeat the theme this time and the theme is continued playing by the violins in Bar 3-4 at Score Fig…

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  • How Music Affects Society

    A difficult question that someone can ask you, is how would you define music. Music is so many things to so many different people. It can be a way out, a way to express yourself, or it may even be a part of your culture. Music has come so far from when Beethoven and Mozart created their own music. Music has shifted gears to adding auto tune and many other things that help enhance an artist’s musical performance or music in general. Music back then was known as pleasure or a night out to…

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  • Evaluating Brahms's Piano Concerto

    Brahms's Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major, op.83, composed by Johannes Brahms. In order to analyze this piece properly it is best to know the rondo within the piece. It helps to determine repetition and the featured alternating episodes. For this piece you can hear ABABA, which makes it a dynamic piece to listen to.When listening to the First A and the Last A sections you can here how similar they are. When you pay close attention to the Middle A you notice more instruments in this area.…

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  • An Analysis Of Homophonic Equations

    Two violins, one viola, and a cello played Joseph Haydn’s String Quartet, Op. 76, No.3 (Emperor), II in quadruple meter and in the form of one homophonic theme with four polyphonic variations. The theme is introduced by the entire quartet in an conjunct melody that has three unique phrases. The first phrase, “A”, is the first to be introduced and repeated a second time, “A-A”. Phrase “A” moves smoothly from mid to high in ascending and descending conjunct intervals and is repeated. A second…

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  • Contrapunctus 1: The Art Of Fugue

    repetition of the main theme by the alto. At a nearly undistinguishable pitch, the soprano introduces the main theme but is muffled before completion by the bass’ introduction of the answer in stretto. After the bass’ interruption, Bach shifts the key using modulation. Episode two is then introduced with the bass and alto perform an increasing segment similar to Episode one with the soprano providing…

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  • Edward Scissorhands Morals

    the people. Tim Burton elicits emotions from the audience through connections to the messages showcased in his film that all become clear with lighting, sound, camera movements, shots, and angles. First, Burton’s empathetic imagination combines high key lighting, non-diegetic sounds and slow panoramic camera movement to draw out feelings of…

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  • My First Year Of My Life

    Did you ever sit back wondering who you really were? After my first year of college I really found out who I was and what I wanted to do with my life. During my senior year of high school, the only thing I worried about was sports, I played three sports and barely worried about my grades. After realizing I won’t make a living off of playing sports, I concentrated on finding a college that fit my lifestyle and had my major. Playing sports made me the girl I am today, it showed me that it’s not…

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  • Kennst Du Das Land Analysis

    however, the material is slightly altered when in enters a minor mode following the repeat. This shows that it is in a modified strophic form. Wolf’s setting is by far the most unique of the four, as it is through composed. Given the constantly changing key areas and meters, there are only a few similarities between verses. The latter halves of each verse are nearly identical beginning at the first “Belebt” markings at measures 21, 58, and 99. However, the first halves of the verses are greatly…

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  • Syncopation In Reggae Music

    Appraisal My link to the strand is Syncopation and my composition is written in a reggae style. I like the offbeat feel of this style of music and syncopation was something I wanted to explore within it. A well-known Caribbean musician is Bob Marley and I know that he uses a lot of syncopation in one of his best songs “three little birds”. In this song you can hear the syncopation in the hi-hat, cymbals, organ and guitar; playing the chords. In this way, he plays with our expectations of where…

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  • Beethoven Symphony 9 Lymphonie Fantastique

    The unity of music is related to the music structures. People followed the musical structures and expected the direction or message of the music. In the 18th century, the most of the music had almost same musical structures and forms. Most of music in this period progressed to the same ways and the structures and forms had conventional elements. Historically, the music became less conventional after the French revolution and the composers had been interested in their own identities for their…

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