Assignment 1 Identify Musical Ideas A And B

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Identify Musical Ideas Listen to the music provided below and follow the directions to identify musical ideas: play Assignment 1 Audio Click the "play" button and wait until you hear the beginning of a musical idea (A or B). Click the "pause" button and write down the counter time at the beginning of the idea. Then, click the "play" button again and listen for the end of the idea currently in progress. Click the "pause" button when you hear the end of the idea, and write down the counter time. Write down the letter of the musical idea (A or B). Continue writing down the order of musical ideas A and B (including their start and stop times) throughout the entire piece, and try to identify any pattern you see. Submit your list of beginning and ending counter times for each musical idea as it occurs, identifying the "A"s and "B"s associated with those times, and the recurring pattern (if you were able to identify one). Also, explain how the composer uses dynamics and timbre to achieve variety in the examples that you created. On the Submit Web Query Assignment page, type your answer into the text box or upload your file. When you are ready, click Submit to send your answer to your instructor. Have fun! Important Hint If you plan to type your answer directly into the text box, we highly recommend you use a word processing program. (PC users: You may use WordPad or NotePad. Mac users: You may use TextEdit.) Please make sure you save your work as you go along. When you are done, CUT and PASTE your answer into the empty box. That way, if for any reason you lose your internet connection in the middle of typing your answer, you won't lose all the work you have done up to that point.

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