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    able to support her sister before she died. The composer also used a minor key, to give an atmosphere where the mood is sort of bitter, and desperate. It was really fun to try a different key and try the new notes and sounds, and explore the expression that a single note can change how the whole phrase sounds like. It was further interesting to play this piece because of experiencing new time signatures and key signatures. I really enjoyed playing and experiencing this piece and I am really pleased

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    9-8 Gcse Music Form

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    This piece is a 9/8 time signature and is in the key of D-flat major and C-sharp minor between measures thirty-eight to forty-three. The key also never modulates away from these keys. The structure of this piece is in ternary form with a coda. It can be interpreted that section A consists of measures from one to fourteen or on to twenty-six. Either way is a possibility however I believe that the first section goes on to measure twenty-six and the measures from fifteen and twenty-six serve more as

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    Bach Gavotte Essay

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    part of a collection of small works written by Bach. The French Suits consists of six suits of varying lengths. The fifth suit (no. 5) is the one that contains this piece, the Gavotte (IMSLP). It is written in G major but moves to a couple different key areas throughout the piece. It is in cut time has two distinct sections which are both repeated. For most of these reasons, I have concluded that this piece is structured in balanced binary form. A piece, or parts of pieces, can be written in binary

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    Whether it is a continuous circle of minor thirds or a form of axial melody that teeters much like a seesaw, these balanced relationships of pitches have a destabilizing effect on the tonic as it places a more equal weight on other intervals in the key. Not only can symmetry be found on the local levels of melody and harmonic

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    Symphonie No. 9 Essay

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    A Masterpiece by Mahler: Symphonie No.9 Music masterpieces should be interpreted with historical backgrounds, as they could demonstrate experience of individuals. As for Gustav Mahler, there were clues that he saw Symphonie No.9 as adieus to the world. Ub this four-movement work, he informs the world of his idea around death that it is inevitable but it cannot overpower everything. The first movement expresses a mixed feeling between despair of impending death death and fantasizing about the afterlife

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    This piece is a 9/8 time signature and is in the key of D-flat major and C-sharp minor between measures thirty-eight to forty-three. The key also never modulates away from these keys. The structure of this piece is in ternary form with a coda. It can be interpreted that section A consists of measures from one to fourteen or on to twenty-six. Either way is a possibility however I believe that the first section goes on to measure twenty-six and the measures from fifteen and twenty-six serve more as

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    Found in act II of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s opera: Le Nozze De Figaro, Voi che sapete is a melodious piece of music sung by the character Cherubino. Cherubino is a trouser role traditionally sung by a female mezzo-soprano. The piece is a clear example of Mozart’s masterful ability to create beautiful music that still serves as a thematic device within the context of the story. Both the construction of the melody and the accompaniment serve the story and the character fully. Set in the bedroom

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    Like stated above, his exact reason for deafness is not known. Beethoven himself had said to a close friend, in a journal excerpt, that the reason for his deafness was an illness that started with the belly. "The cause of this must be the condition of my belly which as you know has always been wretched and has been getting worse, since I am always troubled with diarrhea, which causes extraordinary weakness. Frank wanted to tone up my body by tonic medicines and restore my hearing with almond oil

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    The first part is written in the form of a sonata allegro. Her pace is Allegro con brio, that is, quickly, with fire. The main party represents the development of the initial motive of the symphony. It is distinguished by a great rhythmic clarity, a determined aspiration forward. At the same time, this topic is full of anxiety and anxiety. Having reached the top, the main party suddenly breaks off on the dominant. Again, the terrible battle cry of the "motive of fate" sounds. He gives a push to the

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    Semiotic Analysis of a Dove Advert Focusing on Whether or Not the Advert Re-enforces Hegemonic Views of Race, Gender and Class Essay by Martyn McGrath The study of semiotics dissects an image by looking at various aspects of the image itself, such as lighting, camera angles, and what these things mean to the ideology behind the image. Semiotics is defined as the “The science of signs, or the study of signs and sign systems.” (O’Shaugnessy and Stadler, 2012:131). This essay will be a semiotic analysis

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    notes in Mozart’s. The two pieces begin with a forte C minor chord, establishing the bold and powerful tone of the first character. The notes of the first two measures are meant to jump from one to the next with a strong, downward motion on the piano keys. This kind of motion creates the anger that can be heard in the music. Continuing on, the phrase builds up to an E flat, followed by filler rests that set the stage for the second character to enter. It sings a C minor triad at a piano dynamic, finishing

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    “Is there a choice” (Stoppard 43)? Based on Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Stoppard’s tragicomedy, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, expands on the existential queries of two naive minor characters from Hamlet. In the opening act of Stoppard’s play, the pair are wandering aimlessly through a forest until they encounter an unusual group of travelling actors, known as the Tragedians. Led by an ominous character named the Player, the Tragedians reenact various scenarios for Rosencrantz and Guildenstern

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    put his car key in his jacket and tied the jacket around his waist, in hopes it would be safe there. After spending the evening on rides, he and his friends returned to the car lot. The text says, “Nicky reached into his jacket pocket. He fished around. H cursed. The key was gone (page 10).” Months later, as the cable to Freddy’s Free Fall began to break, Eddie realized, “The pulley was wedged by a small object that must have fallen through the opening at a most precise moment. A car key (page 17)

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    Alto saxophones and clarinets mostly have different fingering combinations. However, there are some similarities between the two instruments. Often, someone who has the ability to play clarinet can quickly pick up the saxophone. This is due in part to the embouchure that is required for playing the clarinet. Clarinetists need a stronger embouchure than a saxophone player. The embouchure is the muscles and position of the lips that help to play an instrument. Range The clarinet is capable of going

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    Beethovee Sonata Analysis

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    expressive romanticism and a macabre obsession. Finally those triplets show the envy of going higher up but there is always something at the left hand, something at the basses which will refrain them (the triplets) and attract them towards the low keys, the macabre regions (of the keyboard). Like a bullet chained to the right hand which will prevent it from "developing further" or "going higher" (or

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    The theme is written in E minor key as well. In this part the influence of pop music and New Baroque can be seen. HOW? =========== After a while drums are added as a variation to a new created melody. The second variation is induced by the electric guitar. The melody of expressive guitar’s solo is written in minor key, and the consequence of that is melancholic feeling in the song because of the *sad notes* which are used

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    The clarinet as we know it today did not have keys to begin with. It only had holes. The clarinet comes from its ancestor, the chalumeau, which was essentially a recorder with a clarinet mouthpiece and a reed. The evolution of the clarinet has occurred in 6 major stages. The clarinet begins with the chalumeau, then to the 2-key clarinet, 5-key clarinet, 13-key clarinet, 17-key clarinet, and the modern day clarinet. The chalumeau originated in France and then spread into Germany by the late seventeenth

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    The introduction of the piece is the same as that of “The Raiders March”, but with strings playing in the background. The A melody begins with the trumpet as the strings fade out (0:07). The first minute and a half of the song is played the same as that of “The Raiders March”, though due to differing sound equalization, some parts stick out more or less than they do in the original. For example, in the third repetition of the A melody, one can more clearly hear the xylophone accompanying the melody

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    The use of word painting in this 12-tone composition is certainly different from the one in a tonal work, because assigning a melismatic melody over a certain syllable or word is almost impossible. In this song, the word painting uses the entire vocal melody of a certain line of the poem to emanate the implied meaning of the line, while either the canonical passage or the palindrome supports the word painting accomplished by the melody. For example, part of the melody in the vocal line for the fourth

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    Form provides the framework through which we experience architecture, and is fundamental in the communication of a building’s purpose. In designing the University of Virginia’s Rotunda and academical village, Thomas Jefferson understood the importance of form, and effectively created a community of living and learning through his careful applications of balance, scale, and order. Jefferson’s academical village consists of two parallel rows of five “pavilions,” interconnected by colonnaded walkways

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