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sixth DOR - Amrit Gupta 2/18/08 Music 334 DOR #6-...

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Amrit Gupta 2/18/08 Music 334 DOR #6- Preparation for Midterm Exam 1a. Track 1 did not have so much of a smooth feel to it. The part of Track 1 that I noticed was the rough melody. There did not seem to be too much of a range of volume in this track. Track 6 had a more smooth melody and the lyrics corresponded to this melody. Track 19 had drumming and a lot of noise in the background. The part about Track 19 that appealed to me was that I got the impressed that there was some sort of festive occasion occurring that explained the background noise. Track 20 appealed to me because it sounded as though the lyrics took priority over the drumming.However, my immediate instinct to this track was feeling as though the track had a rough texture. Track 22 appealed to me because of the classical and systematic rhythm of the music. Because I am of Indian heritage, I immediately recognized the song without needing the Shelemay notes. Track 25 appealed to me since it started out with a low pitch and there was no sense of there being any disjunction in the song. Track 26 had accenting of particular words in certain regions of the song. There was also a very smooth melody to this song. Track 28 appealed to me because of the repeated adulations of the sound also known as the vibrato. From
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