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Music Analysis protect 3

Music Analysis protect 3 - 2:42 Third Idea Drums Bells...

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Music Analysis Project 3 Music Analysis Model Report Music Selection Title : The Grand Gate of Kiev Composer (Performer : Modest Mussorgsky (Montreal Symphony Orchestra Analysis of the Music 0 :00 First Idea String Instruments , Woodwinds , Brass , and Percussion- Majestic Theme 0 :45 First Idea Repeated Same Instruments- Slight Increase in Volume- Bass Drums added- Woodwinds play arpeggios 1 :04 Second Idea introduced Woodwinds- Solemn Theme- Piano 1 :35 Second Idea Repeated Brass Added- Volume increased to Normal- Woodwinds play arpeggios 1 :52 First Idea Repeated Same Instruments and Volume Level as in 0 :00-0 :45 , but brass plays descending and ascending 8th note scales 2 :13 Second Idea Repeated Brass , Woodwinds- Soft , but slightly louder than at 1 :04
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Unformatted text preview: 2 :42 Third Idea Drums , Bells , Double Bass- Crescendo until 3 :20 2 :52 Third Idea Strings , Woodwinds Added- Melody similar to the main Promenade melody in "Pictures at an Exhibition 3 :12 Third Idea Brass Added 3 :20 Third Idea Xylophone Added , Brass plays arpeggios 3 :37 Third Idea Strings play arpeggios , bass drums added , no more xylophones , Brass is louder and it stops playing arpeggios 3 :58 First Idea Repeated Same Instruments as Usual- Half note Triplets and Woodwind Flourishes added 5 :01 First Idea Repeated Climax of the Piece- Fortissimo- Heavy Percussion , Bells- Tempo is Slowed Down Slightly 5 :14 Coda Same Instruments and Volume Level as in 5 :01-5 :14...
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