Monday, May 27, 2019

Canon in D Major

Canon in D Major Im listening to Canon in D major by Johann Pachelbel played by the London Symphony Orchestra who are from London, England. Theyre all professional bragging(a) musicians theyre very good, in tune and together. The military personnel is unique and very famous. Its Johann Pachelbels most famous append, most often played at weddings. The piece is in 4/4 time and in D major. It has a slow tempo, smooth rhythm, and long, full bowing. Theyre bowing sounds standardised its ever together in each section like theyre all going in the same direction.Dynamics stay about the same throughout the piece in piano/mezzo piano. It starts in piano. Sometimes its in mezzoforte but it doesnt sound like it gets louder than that, except for the nice, loud, and strong ending. As furthest as the intonation of the piece, it gets softer as the notes are longer/slower (whole and half notes) and consequently slowly crescendos as the notes are shorter/faster (quarter and eighth/sixteenth not es). The descent is always louder than the other parts.The articulation and the intonation are very consistent and similar with the melody being louder than the other parts and the crescendos into faster parts and then the decrescendos into slower, even smoother parts. I like this piece a lot, its very pretty and I want to learn how to play it. I rightfully like how sometimes its all in unison and sometimes every section has a different part. I also real like how its smooth and slow at some parts and then faster but still smooth at other parts. I really love how all of the parts harmonize together perfectly. http//www. youtube. com/watch? v=s3RRQypEf4I=related

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