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Continuity Analysis: Exposition, First Movement Symphony no. 1, C Minor, Johannes Brahms
Continuity analysis is a study of the relationship of events in a composition to preceding events. The subject of this analysis at any point is a recurrence either of an aspect of a single note or of a note pattern. The ...
Continuity, Function, and Rhythmic Structure Analysis of Sonata in G Minor by G. Tartini, First Movement
In this paper, the first movement of the sonata in G minor for violin written by G. Tartini has been analyzed according to three types of analysis: (1) continuity, (2) function, and (3) rhythmic structure. The purpose of ...
The Use of the Trombone in Orchestral Literature
In tracing the history of the orchestra from its earliest beginnings to modern times, very interesting uses of the trombone are seen. Trombones held a very prominent position in the production of early instrumental music. ...
Taped Studies in Listening-Writing for Grades 6, 7, 8
In this paper, the researcher wanted to discover to what extent children can be taught music theory through taped lessons. Lessons involved listening and writing for testing purposes but the studies demanded sung as well ...
A Statistical Analysis and Comparison of Sixteen Accompanied Art Songs From 1800-1950
Analytical techniques are as varied and prolific as the number of compositions that are analyzed, yet each one, if approached in a logical and coherent way, can prove to be meritable and add additional information to the ...
Class Voice Teachers: Are Specialized Background and Preparation Necessary?
The hypothesis of this paper is that specialized background and preparation are necessary for a class voice teacher. In order to test this hypothesis, the following sub-hypotheses were devised to find out how and in ...