Which voice parts sang the lines?
Which part sings for the mouth of the lord?
Which instrument doubles the vocals?
The tonality begins A major, ends B major
Name two features of baroque music.
Ornamented melody lines
prevalence of one mood
What section is played?
Describe the melody
Describe the accompaniment
What does ped mean?
Press the sustain pedal
What does * mean
Release the sustain pedal
Flute oboe tuba
Describe the dynamics
Crescendos to forte
Is very quiet at the end
Describe the texture
As layers get added becomes very full
Very sparse at the ends
Describe two features of expressionism
Wide range of dynamics
angular melody lines
Name two similarities between the two phrases
Based around the same melody
Name two differences
the second one has more notes
the notes in be and coming are different
Dictation (same melody as "but it is"
How is rythmic excitement created?
Off beat accents create syncopation
The structure of the extract?
Miles Davis (thank you so much edexcel)
What are the instruments in the first four bars?
What is the section called?
There is a rhythm section, what is the other one?
I think something else...
How is the sound of the trumpet altered?
What instrument begins the extract?
The missing chords.
Am Am Em Em G G D D
What are two instruments which enter after two choruses?
Name one effect the Yamaha Multi-effects keyboard adds.
Skye Waulking song
It is a fusion between folk music and pop music.
What plays the melody
What is the texture of the melody?
What happens to the dynamics when the vocals enter?
They are softer
What are the characteristics of this piece and a traditional Waulking song?
Describe the drum accompanying the voices.
A quaver-semiquaver-semiqaver pattern
True or false about the balafon solo
Chomatic notes T
There was an ascending major scale F
Describe the vocal part?
Made up of short notes
These are obviously just what I got - they're not necessarily right