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    Berloiz creates a musical atmosphere in his Symphonie Fantastique through the use of musical elements rather than melody. The atmosphere that Berloiz creates in the beginning of his Symphonie Fantastique is one that is very erie. When listening to it, one might expect a villain to suddenly enter the room or some sort of trickery to be taking place. The way Berloiz creates this atmosphere is through the use of staccato notes out of the tonic. In the first 20 seconds, the piece starts off with a very high pitched screech. This tone is not at all pleasing to the ear and it immediately brings a sense of tension to the piece. The reason the pitch is not pleasing is because it is out of the tonic. This makes the intro of the piece very tense…

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    Example Of Improvisations

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    Various prominent cells of the motive are articulated, particularly the interval of the major 3rd, which is passed around in various registers. At 2:19 a cell of the motive is used as an accompaniment figure in the L.H. At 3:35 the fuller melody returns in several tessituras. At 3:56 a small apotheosis of the theme occurs. At 6:23 a key change signals a more straightforward return of the entire melody, which soon fragments again. An unexpected entrance occurs at 8:12, where the motive makes a…

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    The change in melody is drastic. The first transition area starts with a D major chord in m. 44, firmly establishing home key. The melody in the transition starts in the first violins in m. 44. This melody contains a lower neighbor motif, moving from an A5 down a half-step to a G#5 back up a half-step to a A5 before descending in an arpeggio, then ascending up to D6, and then moving back down stepwise in a turning motif. The lower neighbor motif was first presented in the Primary area in mm. 1-2…

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    The rising gesture of the basic motive x also occurs at the beginning of all the melodies of the songs in the oratorio representing the optimistic atmosphere of the oratorio. For example, in song no. 1, the melody sung by the bass leaps up fifth at the beginning of the melody and leaps up a sixth at the beginning of the melody sung by the choir, and in song no 5, the melody sung by the choir leaps up an octave. Only the melody of song no. 4 does not have a rising gesture, however, the cheerful…

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    R & B Vs Hip Hop Analysis

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    perceived by its particular sound in connection to a "blast" clamor. Gatherings and clubs indicate how this sound consolidated with music influences individuals. Alongside the group, the Hip-Hop melodies ' instrumentals, comprehensive of a base, makes individuals need to move; as likewise, the case with me. The instrumental likewise assumes a part in the vocalization of a melody, prompting to a craftsman 's way to deal with the tune. When I hear certain R&B beats, I consequently consider how I…

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    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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    name a few of our favorite artists of today that sings the melodies which play in the front of our minds and can remember the simply lyrics that has famed the world we live in. But in reality, music is a complex…

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    The piece opened with lots of energy. The rhythm at measure 10 was very together, and the dynamics from measure 6 to 10 created a cool build. The transition to measure 27 was smooth and efficient. In the “Polar Express” section, there could have been more dynamic change and even more volume in general. However, the underlying percussion part gave the section an energetic, upbeat feel. At measure 91, the flute countermelody and the trumpet melodies were not together at all. The flute section…

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    conjure particular ideas of plot and character into audiences’ minds. For instance, a jazzy bassline, saxophone, and relaxed piano combined in the right manner evoke the image of film noir and detectives, while the combination of a cajón, steel drums, and an ukulele sounds distinctly beachy. Some of these themes are cultural, born out of a specific area’s instruments and styles, but many such themes came from movie music. Composers needed a way to musically “set the scene” so throughout the…

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    Melody Of The Night

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    Melody of the night by Leonid Afremov https://afremov.com/image.php?type=P&id=19095 When I look at the painting, it makes me feel happy and amazed with the variety of colors he has used. It shows a couple walking in the night with their dog. It’s not only a normal walk rushing to a place but a short walk in the evening somewhere in the park close by just to turn off from the world and spend quality time with the spouse/partner. Without friends or children. Mainly during the night, these…

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