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Review of a notated score I am going to write a review of the score I have been given this is the third movement of the piece Romanza written by the composer Vaughn Williams I will review this piece by going through all the aspects of the notated score such as the rhythm tempo harmony tonality melody dynamics genre instrumentation and timbre There are two parts to this part of the piece and I will refer to them as section one and section two The rhythm for the stringed part of section one is very conjunct and on the beat All the instruments in this part play simple triads all in time with each other to the beat In section two of the stringed instruments the rhythm seems like it could be faster but it isnt all the notes are played at the same speed and are still on the beat and conjunct except for the last part of the first violin where a much more rigid rhythm is present The rhythm in the brass and woodwind section is quite syncopated when compared to the strings section The tempo of the piece seems quite fast when viewed as a notated score but the piece is played at a slow tempo of 66 Also the word lento is present beside the tempo lento meaning slow There is a very close harmony within this piece All the chords are triads so all the notes are kept within the stave to a certain extent Also this is a crematic piece as the notes do not keep within the key signature Because the C major scale consists of all notes and no flats or sharps there are many accidentals in this piece mainly in the first stringed section As mentioned above this piece is in the key of C major and there are many accidentals within the whole of section one The melody in this piece is very
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