Harmony

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  • New Harmony Analysis

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    new social systems and reforms. One of these communities is Robert Owen’s New Harmony. As matter of fact, this community saw much dynamism in the start, but did not last for long. Obviously, this community did not develop in vacuum, nor has it come into existence overnight. Nevertheless, what experiences may have led to New Harmony tragic failure? In addition, what are the pluses and drawbacks one can note of New Harmony concerning social reconstruction? To what extent do New Harmony’s experiences

  • The Development of Harmony from Schumann through Brahms to Debussy

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    The Development of Harmony from Schumann through Brahms to Debussy In studying three composers, Schumann, Brahms and Debussy, it is possible through analysis, to construct a Harmonic development through time - from early 1800's to early 1900's. I will go about deducing a harmonic timeline by individually looking at each composer then will conclude with a final comparison summarizing how different harmonic elements develop with the Romantic Movement and its progression.

  • Killer Of Sheep And Harmony Korine 's Gummo

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    almost impossible to escape. In independent cinemas, the representation of people in small towns is more realistic because they lack a plot, use non actors and actual towns, and use objective shots. Films such as Charles Burnett’s Killer of Sheep and Harmony Korine’s Gummo are prime examples of these three aspects through their codes. Both Killer of Sheep and Gummo show what it really means to live in a small, dead end town with no real escape or purpose. Burnett’s 1978 film Killer of Sheep focuses on

  • Harmony In Harmony

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    Harmony. As with all words, it is useful to return to harmony’s roots. Harmony is derived from the Greek harmos and the Latin harmonia: harmos meaning “joint”, harmonia meaning “agreement”. When we think of something that is in a state of harmony, we think of components coming together to produce a pleasing or complete whole. We think of old and new architecture blending in harmony; we think of science and nature working in harmony. Perhaps most commonly, we think of the sound of harmony when we

  • Analysis Of The Movie ' Dark Souls Ost '

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    Dark Souls OST There was somewhat of a surprise for VGM listeners upon the release of the first trailer for Dark Souls, FromSoftware’s spiritual successor to Demon’s souls. Even before any initial announcement was made, it was easy to recognize the work of veteran freelance composer Motoi Sakuraba, his trademark compositional style being so integral. Known primarily for his virtuosic progressive rock compositions, Dark Souls was to be his first fully orchestral work since the Baroque influenced

  • Sister Act Analysis

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    keyboardist. Their instrumentation in the play seemed mediocre initially, but after listening to how they were able to cooperate with one another, to create harmonies sounding so consonant was incredibly interesting, especially with vocalists thrown in. The voices mixing with the instruments and vice-versa made it sound almost “angelical”. The harmonies created were also very “southern-gospel” sounding in certain points in the musical. The vocalists varied from scene to scene but in total, there seemed

  • Missa Caput Cantus Firmus

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    a cohesive mental processing of it’s many homophonic rhythms as a contrast. Obrecht’s application of imitation tricks the listener into confusion, only to then bring back homophonic texture to seemingly create a distinction between cacophony and harmony. While Anonymous’ mass adopts parallel motion counterpoint to weave the lines away from each other and back together again, Obrecht makes his lines less rhythmically uniform. The lessening of rhythmic uniform maintains tonal-like gravity to the cantus

  • Sonic Boom Analysis

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    Louis Armstrong and Coleman Hawkins in this case. They played an improvised solo over the harmony which in both songs, moved in a vertical stepwise motion. For example; in Coleman Hawkins “Body and Soul” he does a lot of vertical type improvising. He jumps up and down the chords all the time, expanding on the melody or riff and plays arpeggios

  • Form in Chopin Nocturne in D Flat Major

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    complicated harmonies and rhythmic motives. These two components are interwoven to build elaborate themes which lead to a melodic design that Chopin is known for. The piece has multiple key elements that combine to form this expressive work for piano, such as thematic growth. Various themes are introduced in the work and as Chopin develops them, they are barely recognizable. Other important elements in the creation of the nocturne are register and pitch. Register provides support for the harmonies which

  • Sam Lawson Valis Ablae Analysis

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    purposes exactly the same as a review but it’s written over the course of the first two listens to the music rather than after the fact. So currently, i’m about one minute into the opener ‘Resolution’. Something that struck me was the rich vocal harmonies at the beginning of the song, there are plenty of staples of the “djent” subgenre appearing throughout the track. You have the TesseracT esque chord arpeggio, clean guitar intro bleeding into a heavy riff and then dropping out to the verse, which

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