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Jazz is the kind of music that makes me want to do one of two things Depending on the mood of the jazz sometimes I feel like relaxing and just listening to the music and letting it run through me Other times I feel like getting up and dancing as if I have not a care in the world The jazz concert I attended on November 23 2002 inspired me to do both of these due to the variety used by the musicians in dynamic rhythm tempo and many other aspects of music The group consisted of three individuals called Charged Particles The instruments included an acoustic and electric bass guitar a percussion set and a keyboard The three sounds were creatively combined to make for a wonderful concert The first aspect of the music I recognized was the volume or the dynamics It ranged from forte during the climactic moments to mezzo piano during the calmer parts but mostly remained in this range throughout the concert There were also several instances of crescendo and decrescendo which served to build up tension or slow the piece down respectively The next element I discovered was the pitch of the music Relatively speaking I would estimate that the majority of the pieces were on the high side of the pitch and therefore frequency scale The range of pitches was moderate but as stated previously mostly higher notes were used The rhythm and tempo of the music that evening varied widely throughout the concert and even within the songs themselves The songs would unexpectedly slow down or speed up creating specific effects which embellished the songs by taking the audience by surprise The tempo varied between andante and allegro rarely speeding up and slowing down to the extremes of the tempo scale The beat and meter of each song was fairly difficult to distinguish The meter tended to be irregular and seemed to change
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