It makes the entire third part of a more complete and more vibrant and layering. Close to the end， different tones of the same music section of the four times repeat，the third part of the band to a climax, and ushered in the end. The next one is Foshay Tower Washington Memorial March, the composer was called "The March King", his music belong Romantic period, his music is full of self-style and personalized. One of program that I'm not really enjoyable is Vesuvius, It's a kind of strange for me.
Some of his most famous songs include; Binary, Alone Together, and Now in Our lives. The song Binary is an up-tempo, groovy song, as well as his last recording. It has a strong, rhythmic beat with many changes of tempo and rhythm throughout the piece. Each musician has the opportunity to show their
“Manteca” by Dizzy Gillespie is not really that exiting music. The mood of the music is relaxed but also have loudness. I think there are seven choruses total. Each chorus were giving different feeling and rhythmic expressions. The solos were amazing.
The stringed instruments were the accompaniment; therefor, they began with harmonics, chromatics, and tremolo for various measures rather than having a moving part. The melody was given to the flutes and soloist, Sami Junnonen, who was also very talented. The song was about 22 minutes long and he had the whole piece memorized. It sounded very sad, but soothing simultaneously. There were visuals around the theater, which made it easier to understand and visualize what Lopez was trying to describe when writing the song.
Adding it all together, it felt like each sound worked together to get this awesome combination of sounds. Most of their songs sounded homophonic, but obviously, the song Amazing Grace was monophonic. I wasn’t sure if Ovambo Summit was monophonic because there were some vocals but those weren’t played throughout the song. Also, many of their songs seemed to switch from monophony to homophony to polyphony during different sections. A lot of the songs had a fast rhythm but there were a few slow ones such as Lover’s leap, especially during the steel drum solo that made me feel peaceful and like I could float off into dreams.
I listen to music to enjoy the way it sounds. I listen to escape the daily annoyances and stresses of life and I also listen to music in an analytical way when I DJ. All three examples here target the sensuous plane, the expressive plane, and the sheerly musical plane. Now, some may say that listening does not fall into these planes at all, or that there are more planes to listening than the ones listed above. The argument is not about whether or not there
Plus, Madeline Pumariega, President Dr. Thomas Meyer, Dean of Academic Affairs; and Dr. Rosa Mayorga, Chair, Department of Arts and Philosophy of the Wolfson Campus for their continued support. To begin, I felt that the instrumentalists all performed pretty well even though it was just a rehearsal before the concert. The composers were able to play each of their individual instruments good enough that the compositions they performed were in tune and it sounded as though we were actually in the real concert that they performed later that day. “You And The Night And The Music” is a song composed by Arthur Schwartz with lyrics by Howard Dietz debuted on November 28, 1934; “Summertime” was composed by George Gershwin for the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess, re-harmonized by Mike Di Liddo; “I Feel Fine” song written by John Lennon Paul McCartney
On Friday November 19, I attended the Bach “Sweets” concert, performed by the UCLA Cello Studio. The musical group was made up of five cellists, and it was directed by Antonio List. Each cellist played a piece, one at a time. So, the concert consisted of five pieces all together. Three of the performers played a Bach suite, and the other two performers played a contemporary suite.
A faster rhythm shows more joyful emotions, while a slower rhythm may have the opposite meaning. Most people recognize the melody of a song, without even knowing the true definition of melody. Melody is a series of notes that end up being the most recognized and repeated parts of a song through the use of phrases. Melodies are the horizontal progressions in songs. In lyrical forms of music, the melody of a song revolves around that one catchy lyric that people just cannot seem to forget.
It is recognized all over the world, and it has the ability to bring people together in times of joy, tragedy, war, and peace. As someone who understands both the simplicity and the complexity of music, I am very opinionated as to what makes music “good” or in better words, worth listening to. Composers such as Vivaldi, Mozart, and many others helped to define music of their generations. Everyone knew and appreciated the works they composed, and a great number of people still find the time to appreciate it. In the rock and roll era, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Jimi Hendrix, and Led Zeppelin started revolutions in their own ways.