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  • Haydn Symphony 45 F # Minor Analysis

    Symphony No 45 in F# Minor was to complete a tabular analysis. For this, we had to identify the bar number, the section of the movement, the thematic/motivic content, the key signature, the harmonic progressions of exposition and the instrumentation in a structured table which shown below. Bar no. Section Thematic/motivic content Key Harmonic progressions of Exposition Instrumentation By completing this tabular analysis on Haydn, we, as a group, were able to break the piece down into…

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  • Composing Music In Video Games

    Being in a band has let me see some great compositions by Tyler Grant, and Robert Smith. The amount of joy I, and my friends have gotten from playing this music has inspired me to want to compose music. This experience highlights that composing music brings many people joy, helps, and inspires them. As a music composer, one could compose for animation, video games, or movies, to have fun composing while affecting humanity. One profession that involves composing music is an animation score…

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  • Beethoven Symphony 1 Analysis

    but with G#s in the bass, which leads to an A minor chord on beat one of bar ten, instead of C major. This is followed by a chord of F major in bar ten on beat three and a chord of C major in bar eleven on beat one (Teacher Resource Bank, 2013) . The key of C major is not firmly established until bar thirteen with the 1st…

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  • Surcari Concert Report

    opens up with the quick strumming of the acoustic guitar and later follows the bass pipes and pan pipes. The piece sets with a major key in common time. The disjunct melody gives off a jumpy sound that gives an imagery of gusty winds. This imagery is further emphasized by the allegretto tempo which makes the feel much more…

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  • Pros And Cons Of A Research Paper

    Many students come across a unique type of paper, referred fondly to as a “research paper.” They provide both the writer and reader with benefits. The writer achieves a through understanding of the subject as well as n intellectual opinion on the subject. Writers forge this “opinion” in the fires of deep research. In addition to the benefits, the writer has the satisfaction to know that his argument is supported rather than educated guesses. The reader, on the other hand, has the ability to…

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  • Personal Statement: A Career In Journalism

    Though I do not plan to start a career in the field of Journalism, I would consider journalism opportunities as a hobby or part-time job. My interest in journalism sparked while I was a junior in high school. While attending Paul W. Bryant High School, I also attended the Tuscaloosa Center for Technologies for Broadcasting, Television Production 1, and Television Production 2. My instructor, Ms. Winston, made sure I planned on attending college to major in Journalism or a related field. However,…

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  • Rhythmic Breakdown Analysis

    Rhythmic breakdown In this figure, a whole note takes a whole in a measure, a half note takes two in a measure, a quarter note takes up four in a measure, an eighth note takes up eight in a measure and a sixteenth note takes up sixteen in a measure. As mentioned earlier, this rhythmic grouping only applies when the bottom number is 4. In a compound meter these rhythmic groupings are quite different. B. Meter- is the systematic grouping of beats and their division in regularly recurring…

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  • Musical Analysis Of The Beatles

    of “The Beatles”, the self-entitled White Album The first song of the album, “Back in the USSR”, written by Paul McCartney, directly parodies and references the Beach Boys, with subtler allusions to Chuck Berry and Ray Charles. It is set in the key of A major and has a 4/4 meter. Song form consists of an intro, four verse sections, each followed by a refrain, a bridge that follows only the second and third refrains, and an outro. The melody is undoubtedly bluesy, but further innovates on…

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  • Fiddle On The Roof Analysis

    I. Fiddle on the Roof 1. Genre: American musical 2. Composer: Jerry Bock 3. Lyrical content: the balance between old cultural traditions and new ones as the world advances at the turn of the 20th century 4. Tessitura 5. Harmony: Simple, but steady tempo 6. Orchestration: horn, trumpet 1, 2, 3 : trombone : accordion : guitar : percussion : 3 violin A-B-C : viola : cello : bass 7. Texture: Simple melody, rich harmony in voice 8. How the music…

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  • Three Nocturnes Op 9 Analysis

    that was going on (a baby fell and started crying). No. 4 in C-sharp minor was one that i liked, it was polyphonic, because it sounded like it was racing. No. 5 in - flat Major (“Black Keys”) all 8 fingers are being used and both thumbs. In this piece he was using his thumbs and his right hand had nothing black keys and it still sound polyphonic, because of how fast it was going, but it sounded happy. No. 6 in E-flat Minor sound strange, dark, sad, and is used for voicing exercises. This pieces…

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