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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQ1HFjJxkbY Peripetie by Schoenberg has a time signature of triplet quavers and sextruplet semi- quavers. The tempo slows slightly in bar 7 and builds up throughout. The tempo of this song is called- ‘Sehr Rasch’ which means very fast. it differs between ruhiger ‘calmer’ and heftig ‘passionate’ throughout. The metre changes between ¾, 2/4, and 4/4 with complex rhythms and varied time signatures which can change very quickly and become unpredictable. In parts of the piece

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    minor key of chromatic scale. The great amount of variety in composition makes the composition very complex but also very enjoyable to listen to. Bach’s prelude-fugue in D major was first release in 1722. Listening to Bach’s prelude-fugue in D major the first thing that is noticed is that it is very complex. There are many different notes that are played in the opening part of the composition. Having this many notes gives one immediate feeling of how the music is complex. The time signature of the

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    Baroque Music Critique

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    The constant striking of the chimes in the beginning created a steady beat for the rest of the music. The tempo and key signature aided each other in creating a suspenseful feeling that frequently resonated throughout the arrangement. The occasional prevalence of the lower brass instruments in the foreground helped establish the general, sad mood of the piece. At times, the

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    audience, creating the mood, whether is be suspenseful or calm. For Hamlet, Frank Bridge, a British composer, created a piece that would bring to life the scene of Gertrude’s lament, after the passing away of Ophelia. Looking at the rhythm, tempo, key signature, and orchestration in Bridge’s piece, There is a Willow Grows Aslant a Brook, we can bring the mood into the reactions and mind of Gertrude as she was suddenly hit with realization. This piece of music is instrumental and brings the instruments

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    (Knapp, 2009.) Little Red’s song, “I know things now” is performed after she escapes the wolf’s belly. It is a reflection song on what she has learnt from the experience of speaking to strangers. Sondheim cleverly integrates musical devises such as key, modulation, pitch, accompaniment, dynamics, motif and rhythm alongside language and literary devices to contribute to the development and growth of the character and story. Three discovery songs consist within act one whereby the characters reflect

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    The string quartets of Ludwig Van Beethoven were written over a long period of his life, stretching from 1799 to 1826. The tragedies that occurred throughout Beethoven’s life did not stop him from writing these seventeen masterpieces. The string quartets can be divided into three periods; early middle and late with the first six quartets of Op. 18 marking his ‘early’ works. As Beethoven’s writing began to flourish with creativity and imagination, he wrote the ‘Rasumovsky’ quartets that mark the ‘middle’

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    Beethoven Middle Period

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    Lewis Lockwood, a Beethoven devotee, he has stated that Beethoven’s middle period can be classified as “the Heroic & the Beautiful.”1 whilst adding that “some of his most magnificent works were produced during this time”2 The heroic style showcases spectacular emotion with big orchestral proportions, strong alterations to popular practiced theories, creation of large extended structures characterised by the repeated expansion and development of musical material, themes, rhythmic and melodic motifs

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    Boheme orchestra Act Four and get it ready for orchestra practice. I did this by focusing in on the challenging rhythm and speed sections. One section that was extremely hard for me was the runs going up or down. This was because there are many key signatures. A huge important counting thing I learned was to imagine a little movie screen dial going around the circle counting up while waiting for long rests. Besides opera music, I also prepared for my upcoming violin book four graduation recital. The

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    Classical and Bebop Jazz, while from two distinct musical structures share many similar musical features, such as; harmony, major and minor tonality, use of articulation, use of dynamics, polytonality, and rhythm. BeBop Jazz is a sub-category of Jazz originating in the United States from the 1940's. Bebop Jazz developed as a means to defy the principles of big band music. This genre of music was revered by many because of its freedom to improvise, which at the time was less characteristic of big

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    Old Testament) or under the Gospel (the New Testament). The ‘Sonatina’ that begins the piece displays the overall concept of death, while the second movement focuses on the concept of death under the Law. The work begins with a ‘Sonatina’ in a major key, EbM. Initially, this seems counterintuitive,

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