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Italian Musical Terms: A matter of Style

By Christie Gallen | November 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Italian musical terms that describe a playing style or mood can be used at the beginning or throughout a piece of music. A piece might have only one mood described for its entire duration, or sections might have different moods

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Tempo Markings (speed) and changes of tempo

By Christie Gallen | November 13, 2017 | 0 Comments
Examples of tempo markings

At the beginning of each piece the initial tempo (or speed) of the piece is usually indicated using an Italian word. Overall, there are no strict speeds when it comes to tempo markings. But since the invention of the metronome,

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Dynamics in music (volume) and changes in dynamics

By Christie Gallen | November 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Dynamics in music refers to the volume markings used by composers as an element of musical animation. Whether it be the peaceful ebb and flow of waves on the sand or the triumphant shout of a returning warrior, volume can

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Articulation in Music

By Christie Gallen | October 13, 2017 | 0 Comments
Common examples of articulation in music

Articulation in music refers to the playing method used to transition between notes. These transitions can range from smooth and connected (legato) to very detached and separated (staccatissimo). Just like when we are speaking and emphasise certain words, different combinations

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