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Unformatted text preview: while it kept its consistency. There were quite a few sequences in which the repetition was noticeable at higher pitches. In transition to different melodies and textures of the piece, there were a number of cadences, none of which were predictable to an end, although the true cadence towards the end was very uplifting and dramatic for the listener. The texture of the piece was all in harmony and held the consistency to rhythm. I noticed the homophony of the brass instruments with an accompaniment of the string instruments. Each segment also held different tempi, from largo to presto. I enjoyed each segment of Brittens piece, especially the last, as it sped the tempo and added a joyful texture with for the listeners. As the piece was into different segments, I could assume the composer a colorful imagination, for he was able to draw emotions based on the segment performed....
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This note was uploaded on 06/30/2011 for the course ANTHRO 4 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '11 term at San Joaquin Delta College.
- Spring '11