Marching Music Analysis

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Everything Entertainment The eyes gazing on the shiny, new, polished instruments. The brightness that fills the eyes of the audience as the screen lights up. The buzz of the instruments as we play a concert B flat. The booming sound of the Universal Studios introduction. The audience goes to the turf field or the silver screen or the theatre to be blown away by the provided entertainment. Just like movies, band has different genres. Marching season and concert season. Marching season is loud, exciting, and action packed. Concert season is expressive, beautiful, and elegant. There are different stories being told in each song. The first part of a piece is the exposition. We introduce the catchy tune known as the melody. The melody is the theme of the song. This is what the audience is most likely to…show more content…
This is usually seen through bright, relieving, celebratory music. The falling action is important because it is what calms the audience down from the climax. It is right before the resolution. The falling action isn’t always based on good feelings. Depending on the music, the falling action can send a creepy, upsetting feeling to the audience. The last part of a song is the resolution. The resolution ties up all loose ends and answers all questions the audience may have. This is important in deciding the tone of a song. Ending on a quick staccato would send an energetic, upbeat tone. Ending on a low, long note could mean the tone is soft and flowing. The resolution is one of the most important components to a song because it is the last part the audience hears. In conclusion, band can easily be compared to movies. There are different types of both, along with the different elements of the plot. Music tells a story without having to use words. An audience comes to either a musical or theatrical show to be entertained, and, depending on the audience’s preference, they will be thoroughly

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