1. In this piece of music the base clef and treble clef (grand staff) were both used in a harmonious way. They were played smoothly and in a mezzo forte tone
2. In this piece of music I could hear the piano starting the song and keeping the rhythm. It was played happily and in a quick form, and at some moments harmonious.
3.In this song the piano was played very smoothly and in a piano tone. The treble and base clefs could be heard through the song and each keep each others rhythm. The song was also very harmonious.
the song had a steady beat and sounded a lot higher pitched than a modern day piano or keyboard
1. This piece had both staffs played in harmony and smoothly
2. Started out low, but got higher and louder as it went on
3. Played very soft
1. Both the treble and bass staff were played and there were not ties in the bass staff. The song was played in mezzopiano. Both were played harmonically.
2. The piano performed many solos throughout the piece while the violins helped tie in the rhythm. The piano was neither high or low and a large scale of notes was used. The piano was one of the lead instruments.
3. The song was performed in piano and pianissimo as shown on the piece of music. Notes were tied together nicely and most of the notes were higher up on the scale. The grand staff was used and both staffs were used equally and played harmonically. This was my favorite of the three songs because it was blended so nicely.
The first song used both clefs and there were ties in the bass clef.
The second song the piano was played soft and was one of the most noticeable in the piece.
The third was played softer and in certain parts of the song the piano was louder and it was the only instrument played throughout the piece.
In the first song there was usage of both the bass and treble clef
In the second song the piano was the main role and played soft.
there was a lot of harmony in the third song.
1- Use of ties in both clefs. Sounds more stacatto as the strings in the clavicord are plucked instead of being struck.
2- Very dynamic piece as it goes from, piano to forte, and slow to fast many times throughout the song\
3- Use of very long ties that extend from one clef to the other.
1. This song sounds like its played on a harpsichord not a regular piano.
2. This song plays softly at first, but gains speed and gets louder as the song goes on.
3. This song was played softly in most parts but loudly in some other parts.
Using different dynamics (beginning with piano and moving to forte), the composer evokes different emotions from this piece. He uses both clefs and a wide range of notes to bolster his melody. The amount of beats per measure differed greatly from the 4/4 we have been using - the composer used eighth and sixteenth notes. Both clefs used ties to slur the music and make it sound smoother. Also, the composer used sharp and flat notes, neither of which we have used in class yet.
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