Johann Sebastian Bach

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    keyboard instrument, which lacks independent touch sensitivity; the variety of dynamic is affected by changes in musical content, articulation, and time inflection. I, The pivot finger-thumb The thumb has the most power, broadest, and shortest and Bach think thumb is best used immediately before black keys. For scale playing by modern piano playing, I found two different purpose by use thumb in the work of J.S. Bach’s prelude and Fugue. Firstly, Bach’s fingering system use thumb when either…

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    While cheerful and bright melodies are used to represent Mozart’s early years in his short lives, the prelude of the opera “Don Giovanni” composed by Mozart after the death of Leopold Mozart – Mozart’s father – indicates the relationship between Mozart and Leopold and shows the process how Salieri set his scheme foreshadowing the death of Mozart. First of all, the opera “Don Giovanni” suggests the abnormal relationship between Mozart and his father. In the film, Mozart is illustrated as a…

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    Music And Shakespeare Music in the plays of William Shakespeare includes both music incidental to the plot as song and dance, and also additional supplied both by Shakespeare’s subsequent performers. There are hundreds of references to music in the works of Shakespeare. Shakespeare’s music can be placed into three general categories. 1.Incidental music: The individual titles of incidental music in Shakespeare’s works are never named but the directions “music here”, “music…

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    Bach Partitas Analysis

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    Bach’s three sets of six suites for keyboard, titled Partitas, French Suites, and English Suites have caused specialists to fruitlessly comb each set for some sense of distinct national characteristics. It was the publishers, however, not Bach, who provided the titles and Bach’s original manuscripts are lost. The English Suites, or Suites pour les Anglois, for example, were published with this name after Bach’s death. The basic style of Baroque suites, including Bach’s instrumental suites, was…

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    Antonio Vivaldi, is my composer he was born in the year 1678 in Venice, Italy. He was recognized as one of the greatest bourke time perdid authors. He was a violinist, teacher, and cleric in his lifetime. He was influenced by the widespread across europe. He composed many instrumental concertos, for the violin and a variety of other instruments, as well as sacred choral works and more than forty operas. His most popularest piece is a work is a series of violin concertos known as The Four…

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    Elizabethan Era Music Facts Music was an important form of entertainment in the Elizabethan Era. 2. Music and Elizabethan instruments could be performed by musicians, or simple songs and ballads could be sung in the villages and fields to take time from the tasks undertaken by the lower classes. 3. Elizabethans usually attended church on Sunday’s which led to the popularity of many songs. 4. Music had been used to help write poems during the Medieval Era. 5. The importance of music to the…

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    The Renaissance period became one of the most influential and interesting periods of history. The North Renaissance primary statement conveyed a “religious change” (Fiero). Music, art, and literature began to gain notability and develop a uniqueness in its own right in the North Renaissance period. The ones who influenced music, art, and literature in this period established themselves as trail blazers for the North Renaissance era. Many musical composers joined the “civic, religious, and…

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    Why Is Bach Important

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    John Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Without Bach there would be no history of music as we know it. There would be no Mozart, No Beethoven, there would be no romantic fera as we know it. Every period of music has been informed to some except by the example of Bach. Bach died in 1750 he was more than an organist, more of a keyboard player than as composer. Yet till today the resident power of his work and the best achievements in history music. Bach was the youngest of 8 children in 1685 Eisencich,…

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    Spanning approximately forty minutes, Ralph Vaughan Williams' Dona Nobis Pacem was first performed on October 2, 1936. Following World War I and preceding World War II, this suite of choral pieces appears to be a call for peace and a warning against war, perhaps directly referencing R. Vaughan Williams' own personal beliefs. Divided into six sections or movements, the text is taken from poems by Walt Whitman, John Bright, and passages of the Bible. These pieces are: "Agnus Dei", "Beat, beat,…

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    Bach: A Brief Biography

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    Bach was born in the present day Germany in the capital of duchy of Saxe-Eisenach on March 21, 1685. His mother had eight other children and taught him music theory and how to play the violin at a very young age. Many of his family members were professional musicians including Johann Christoph Bach, his uncle, and Johann Ludwig Bach, his cousin. At the age of ten his parents died so he lived with his oldest brother who played the organ. He studies and performed music with his brother while…

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