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Homework Help: music

Posted by Nina on Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 4:42pm.

#26 Dikrayati
#12 John Howatt
#25 Mozart, Piano Sonata in A Major, No. 11 (K.331). (Use the Theme and first Variation only. Note that the first Variation has sounds of Turkish March Music. The first Variation ends when a rumbling bass stops at a cadence. This signals the close of your assigned music selection.)
#14 Beethoven, Symphony No. 5 in C Minor. (Use the beginning section only, this is the first 1 minute, up to the development section. )
For each selection, write a one-page explanation of the selection's rhythmic and melodic features. You may want to use 3 paragraphs: a brief introduction, a paragraph on rhythm, a paragraph on melody. Discuss these elements chronologically, in the order in which they occur in the music, to show that you are hearing change within the musical flow. Use all course-related materials text, audio, and web resources to help you discuss the ways that rhythm and melody contribute to the overall effect of the selection.


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