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Unformatted text preview: switching of instruments and volume yet decided that it was simply a continuation of the idea since the music did not exactly mimic the first half of B. A is then repeated at 0:45-0:59, then again at 1:00-1:14, and for a third time at 1:15-1:29. I this grouping where idea A is repeated, I noticed that Handel used dynamics in elevating the volume of idea A from the initial volume presented in A, yet all three repetitions of A remained the same in nature. Idea B is then reestablished at 1:30 and continues through 1:44. At 1:45 idea A is demonstrated again, continuing the pattern of lasting fourteen seconds until 1:58. At 1:59 -2-13 and 2:14-2:28 the idea is repeated twice more, but with the use of dynamics, the idea is presented noticeably louder. One final presentation of idea B is made at 2:29-2:43 and the song is closed with an even louder presentation of idea A from 2:44-3:00....
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2009 for the course MUSC 111 taught by Professor Booth during the Spring '07 term at Shepherd.
- Spring '07