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  • The Opening Theme Of Don Juan And Music

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    fusion. An opening masculine theme in E major (bars 1-40) is very bold, forceful and energetic. Bar 60-63 a crescendo from pp to ff by the horns, trombone and tuba and an entry (exact rhythm from bar 1-3) of strings after brief rest is so effective. Romantically, a solo violin enters at third bar of figure D (bar 71) and a transition, and lyrical second theme in B major (bar 90-148). Avoiding nineteenth century’s expositional archetype it drifts towards E minor (bar 148) before dissolving. First theme

  • Johannes Brahme Minor E Minor Symphony 9

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    last symphony of Johannes Brahms is in E minor, Op. 98. The symphony is played by four horns, two flutes, two clarinets, two oboes, two bassoons, contrabassoon, two trumpets, triangle, strings, three trombones and timpani. It contains four movements; first, Allegro non troppo in E minor, second, Andante moderato in E minor- E major, third, Allegro giocoso in C major and the final Allegro energico e passionato in E minor. The piece starts beautifully with a minor and starts to build up slowly and gradually

  • Symphony No. 9 In E Minor

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    been awhile since I have attended a symphony performance in awhile. They played two compositions; Century Rolls by the American composer John Adams, and Symphony No. 9 in E minor by Antonin Dvorák the Czech composer. I will be reviewing the first two movements of Century Rolls and the last movement of Symphony No. 9 in E minor. The first movement in Century Rolls by the American composer John Adams is First Movement. The movement starts with a banging piano and continues to escalade with many introductions

  • Case Study : Contracts. Jason V. Moser. Liberty University

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    the home state of North Carolina. Also, a minor’s capacity to contract and an employee’s capacity to bind a company by contract will be covered since they have particular relevance as the delivery of the contract involved an employee who was also a minor. Other practices and specific actions will be scrutinized using legal, spiritual, and ethical standpoints, including a biblical worldview perspective. Keywords: good faith, capacity to contract, authority to bind Discussion Board Week 3

  • A Reader Response to The Lie Essay

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    A Reader Response to The Lie     Pleasing people and the pressure that comes with it.  This is a major factor in one's everyday life. Eli Remenzel, however, has been caught in the middle of just one of the many lies he will ever tell. It just happens to be that this lie was one that would make a lot of people disappointed. In the short story "The Lie", the parents, and Eli's actions make me angry.  However, I can definitely relate to what Eli is going through.     

  • Analysis Of The Poem ' Schubert 's Elfking '

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    Schnell, they show without imitating the movement of the steed conveying the father and child, and the breezy night. Over this, with G minor as the all-encompassing tonic of the piece, Schubert has seemingly settled on the most routinely sensational decision; something his Sturm und Drag antecedents would have affirmed of. A similar piece in G major or even E minor would likely be indistinguishable with the previously mentioned dim state of mind of the ballad and its undauntedly terrible conclusion

  • Cesar Franck Writing Style

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    César Franck was one of the most sought-after and remarkable composers of the 19th century. Born in Liège in 1822, Franck received his musical instruction at the age of eight at Liège Conservatoire. In 1834, he gave the first public concert in Liège. After moving to Paris in 1835, Frank entered the Conservatoire where he studied counterpoint with Leborne and piano with Zimmermann. It was during his student years at the Paris Conservatoire which Franck composed his first serious works, three trios

  • A Concert Report : Jeunehomme, A Piano Concerto

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    This concert report is about “Jeunehomme” a piano concerto that was written by Amadeus Mozart in E-flat major. This concerto have an orchestra and the instrument contained are two oboes, two horns, and strings instruments: two violin, one viola, one cello, double bass, and the solo piano. It consist on three movements: I- Allegro II- Andantino III- Rondo: Presto The first movement -Allegro: “Jeunehomme,” starts with an orchestral exposition playing a lengthy ritornello like the main theme and

  • Gymnopedie No 1 Analysis

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    hits you with a feeling of sadness but there is a sort of beauty to it. But why? Why is it that this song makes you feel sad? Many people who are untrained in music will have a simple explanation such as “it’s because it’s slow” or “because it’s in a minor key”. While yes it is at a slow 78 bpm but anybody with a trained ear can tell that it’s in the key of D Major. So there must be more to it than just its tempo or what key it’s in. As you move further along in this endeavour of understanding music

  • The Scene I Of Act IIi

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    Throughout the evolution of a theme and seven variations as well as a two-part fugue, Berg explores the possibilities of various numeric significances and an ever evolving harmonic and melodic vocabulary. By presenting the audience with a familiar formal structure Berg is then free to more openly manipulate and change other variables such as using non-functional harmonies and unresolved melodic passages. He combines both dramatic and musical foreshadowing to create a visual and aural experience for