In the first four minutes alone many emotions

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In the first four minutes alone, many emotions occurred; happiness, sadness, suspense, anxiety, etc. The use of woodwinds to set a warm melody as an intro is very pleasant. Then the turn of the intro, incorporating brass instruments to darken the piece leaves you fill with anxious wonder. At 3:00 the piece becomes very quiet and low sounding, it then intensifies as stringed instruments are brought into the piece. The brass and woodwind instruments can all be heard after 20 seconds and the music again starts to become a little bit lighter. We then go back to light and playful sound of violins, percussion, and woodwinds soon after. A crescendo brings us 6:00 into the song which then takes another turn as it becomes suspenseful again. At this point timpani drums, trumpets, and violins are heard at an almost frantic pace. Woodwinds are then reintroduced back into the piece. At 8:35 the song becomes much more dismal as stringed instruments and woodwinds bring us through what sound like a
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RITE TO SPRING 3 march. This then crescendos into a transition of chaos. Trumpets sounding like they are firing
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  • Spring '16
  • Musical instrument, String instrument, Brass instrument, Mackenzie M Compton

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