The resultant melody is produced when all other guitars have entered.. and when they all have the live guitar starts playing the resultant . At bar 36 the live guitar starts playing strummed chords building up but towards the end at bar 106 guitars 5-7 and the two bass parts begin to fade out leaving the first layer to close the piece The time signatures alternate between 3/2 and 12/8. A-B-CODA Structure The piece is divided into two main parts with a
Materials * (1) Fender Stratocaster Maple Neck Electric Guitar * (1) Plastic guitar pick * (1) KORG GA-1 Electric guitar tuner * A warm, room temperature environment to house the guitar during the experiment (In my experiment, I used my 73 degree Fahrenheit home) * A colder environment to house the guitar during the experiment (In my experiment I used my 50-40 degree Fahrenheit porch, I could not get the exact temperature each trial) * Knowledge of how to use an electronic tuner, as well as a couple of different songs on guitar in standard tuning (for my experiment I used “Enter Sandman” by Metallica and “Sweet Child O’ Mine” by Guns N’ Roses) Experimental Setup 1. Gather materials needed for the experiment (as listed above). 2. Tune the Fender Stratocaster listed above with the electric guitar tuner listed above to standard tuning (EADGBe). Repeat this process until the guitar is in tune when all six strings are played simultaneously.
However, in bar 114 the texture converts from homophonic to polyphonic. In this bar the bassoons and lower strings play the first subject, while woodwind play a counter melody. This creates a polyphonic, or contrapuntal, melody. Pedals are used frequently throughout the symphony. In the first subject, the main theme is harmonised by a tonic
The blues as a style has three recognisable features which are: the so-called blue note or sad feel, an AAB three-line lyric structure, and a particular pattern of call and response between the lyrics and the instruments. The model blues form incorporates a basic twelve-bar lyric structure reﬂected by a standard harmonic progression that subdivides into three groups of four bars each usually in a 4/4 time signature. Three blues chords associated to a twelve-bar blues are typically a set of three different chords played over a twelve-bar scheme. For instance for a blues in C, the chords used would be C is the tonic chord (I), F the subdominant (IV) and G the dominant (V). The typical chord progression of the blues over a twelvebar format is I I I I, IV IV I I, V IV I I.
He came up with a genius idea that used only a single reed and was constructed from metal that had a conical bore and which over blew on the octave. It would have the projection of a bass instrument but with the mobility of a woodwind. Adolphe Sax combined the single reed mouthpiece similar to a clarinet, a conical brass body like an ophicleide (his own invention prior to this work) and would then include the acoustic ability of the flute to create what we now call the C bass saxophone. On June 28 1846 Sax received a 15-year patent for 14 versions of his design, these where split into two different categories of seven instruments each, these ranged from sopranino to contrabass. When Adolphe’s patent expired in 1886, countless saxophonists and instrument makers started making changes to the Saxophone.
Each Greek mode can be played in different keys, so therefore, there are twelve versions of each mode and each are used in the many common forms of Jazz music and Jazz improvisation Each mode however uses different tonic notes. The Ionian mode(also known as the Major scale) consists of the all 7 notes with no sharps or flats. The Dorian mode, (which is the most used mode in jazz) consist of a minor 3rd and a minor 7th which makes for a minor sounding scale. The Phrygian mode is strictly minor. This scale is used most often in Spanish Flamenco music.
Led Zeppelin were an English rock band originally formed in 1968 by guitarist Jimmy Page under the name "The New Yardbirds", based on Page's previous band, The Yardbirds. The band formed when Jimmy Page (guitar) recruited Robert Plant (vocals, harmonica), John Paul Jones (bass guitar, keyboards, mandolin), and John Bonham (drums). With their heavy, guitar-driven blues-rock sound, Led Zeppelin is regularly cited as one of the progenitors of heavy metal and hard rock music. However, the band's individualistic style drew from many sources and transcends any one genre. Led Zeppelin did not release songs from their albums as singles in the UK, as they preferred to develop the concept of "album-oriented rock".
For example, some people devote most of their time to be great at guitar, and to be called a Guitar God. A Guitar God can be defined as a guitarist who is known for his extraordinary skills on the guitar, his ability to attract people’s attention by just striking a chord or by playing an improvised solo, his soulful guitar lines, his style, music, his influence and ability to sell millions of top ranking albums. Guitar Gods exist in various genre of music such as bluegrass, classical, spanish music, pop music and the list just goes on and on. Let us just look at Guitar Gods of one genre, which is rock music. Some of the most well-known Guitar Gods in rock music are Jimi Hendrix, Slash, Randy Rhoads, John Petrucci, Eddie Van Halen, Steve Vai, and Angus Young.. Jimi Hendrix has been one of the most creative and influential guitar players of all time.
- a turn to more complex serial techniques 16 What is the name of the two-stringed fiddle from China? -the erhu 17. Which of the following musical concepts is NOT associated with John Cage? -serial music 18. Recording short digital audio clips on a synthesizer allows musicians to recreate realistic sounds of musical
Sax combined the body of a brass instrument and the mouthpiece of a woodwind instrument, and the saxophone was born. Adolphe Sax created an entire family of fourteen different saxaphones, They were the E flat sopranino, F sopranino, B flat soprano, C soprano, E flat alto, F alto, B flat tenor, C tenor, E flat baritone, B flat bass, C bass, E flat contrabass, and F contrabass. Each of them differed in pitch and