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Unformatted text preview: chord which ends with a feeling of closure, but also seems to be able to lead into what comes next, which is an improvised solo violin like a Ta-da!. The two chords may serve as a place of rest for the improvisation of the soloists, because in the more complete version of the piece by the bach soloists, the first and third movements are separated by this breath of movement that consists of just two chords. First movement seems to follow form very much, breath of two chord movement and a very rapid entrance of violins. e. Does it sound like improvisation or as a written composition? (Listen for steady meter and repetition of melodic ideas)-steady meter, duple-seems to be an improvisation, especially with the embellishment by minoring certain notes.-a very slow tempo, doesnt seem to have a specific meter-improvisation, harpsichord is definitely improvising. But the basso continuo plays the two chords the way it is written....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course MUSIC 27 taught by Professor Vanorden during the Fall '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.
- Fall '08