Muscic Comments #1 - complicated one than a Gregorian...

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Guo Yuxin C1 #15 Professor Farber Arts 2203, section 1 25 September 2007 ConfiteborTibi (Gregorian) I like it because its simple melody makes me peaceful. The vocal melody is very fluent, especially the opening part and ending part. Female and male choirs repeat the body part in turn again and again, which impresses me very much. The chant is in three-part form; the opening melody is repeated after a middle section. The ending part gives me a feeling of calm. Agnus-dei-ii (Renaissance) by Palestrina (1525) I like it because the flowing effect created by the overlapping of voices. Music melody is strengthened by several repeated voices. It appears to me a more
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Unformatted text preview: complicated one than a Gregorian chant. Variation is used in the piece of work that makes the melody more full. The melody is weak at first, then reaches its climax, and eventually becomes weak again. Constitutes-eos (Renaissance) by Palestrina (1525) I like it also because of its flowing effect created by overlapping of voices. Many voices are heard at one time. It has a large pitch range and more wide leaps. The melody lines are more independent. The melody in the beginning is like whisper near my ear. The...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course MUSIC APPR 110 taught by Professor Er during the Spring '11 term at Prince George's Community College, Largo.

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