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    is extremely popular which is still widely performed nowadays. Yet, there is much confusion about the interpretation of the music. Therefore, in this essay, the issue of tempo and ornamentations are going to be discussed. The first difficulty that performers face is to decide an appropriate tempo for the music. Although tempo markings are already indicated by the composer- Allegro for the 1st and 3rd movement, and Adagio for the 2nd movement, these are just descriptive terms that they are relatively

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    wide variety of instruments being used such as first violin, second violin, viola, cello, bass, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba, piano, and percussion. The first piece was the Adagio- Allegro it was written in a fast tempo, but it has a slow introduction. It first starts with a rising and the falling of the pizzicato line from the cello and bass section, in which they pluck rather than bow the strings. The introduction gives a great contrast in texture and tonal centers

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    Allegro ma non tanto – fast lively tempo, Andante scherzoso quasi allegretto - moderately slow tempo (e.g. walking). Faster than adagio but slower than allegretto, Menuetto - A graceful, courtly French dance of the Baroque and Classical period with a triple meter and a moderate tempo. It was introduced at the court of Louis XIV. In classical forms such as the symphony or chamber music, the minuet evolved into the more vigorous scherzo. : Allegretto - moderately quick tempo, and slower than allegro but

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    killing his wife, but George does not want this for Lenny, so George races off to find Lenny. The musical accompaniment during this scene has a very allegro tempo with a mezzo forte dynamic. Also, throughout the scene, it starts with a crescendo and ends with a decrescendo into no music, which really helps establish importance. The music’s quick tempo really helps the audience feel that urgency inside of George. If George does not make it to Lenny first, then George as well as the audience knows what

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    Harmonization and Form In John Cage’s Living Room Music John Cage has always been known as a controversial and new age composer. Some say that his pieces lack the very structure that makeup classic forms. I argue that John Cage’s work Living Room Music, despite instrumentation with no set pitch, has conclusive harmonies and is in the style of a Baroque suite. This is a strange concept for some because pitch has become such a focal point around harmonic analysis when in reality it can be determined

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    Essay On Music And Music

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    Music is ubiquitous and we are exposed to it every day: in the elevator, on the way to work and on the university campus. We have all been exposed to music at least once in our lifetime. Music is inspirational, motivational and can help us focus. Music can help college students stay alert and focused when they are staying up late cramming for tests or writing English papers. The same can be applied to athletes and why they listen to music before a game. Athletes want to get in the "zone" and music

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    Baroque Music Critique

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    had its own unique essence in order to elicit emotions from the audience. Peter Van Zandt Lane’s Astrarium started with a series of crescendos and an extremely fast tempo. Initially, all of the instruments played simultaneously

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    The idea that music might be able to increase performance and results at the N.F.L. combine might actually be a possibility. More specifically, listening to music over a loud speaker with a high tempo for ten minutes before and during the 225 pound rep max test for an increase rep performance? Researchers have been studying music since its existence because music has been a part of our culture for as long as it has been around. Kalinowska, and Kułak (2010) confirmed that music has a therapeutic quality

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    some sort of content stimuli”(Alashi,2012). “Happy music, usually featuring a fast tempo and written in a major key, can cause a person to breathe faster, a physical sign of happiness (source: Leutwyler,2001).”(Edmonds, 2009). Nevertheless, I do not quite agree with the opposite statement that slower tempos lead to sadness. The four videos that are currently forming my concert share a common factor of happiness. Tempo versus happiness is the main factor that will be discussed. I would argue that happiness

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    dynamics decrescendo to a piano. The composition demonstrated a similar theme with each section, and I immediately noticed the reappearance of a theme. I truly appreciated the simplicity of the Li... ... middle of paper ... ...h faster and had a tempo of allegro. The very short notes in the violin part made it feel light feeling, and more dance-like than the three. The violin and piano played in unison together several times. I found this movement to be the hardest to follow of the three because

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