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Organ Fugue in G Minor JS Bach p109-110A highness in the pitch is the frequency in the vibrations are getting faster A second tone is getting introduced there is an interval between them This second tone is low as it gets louder the vibrations increase It is the same tone in the first part but the octave changes to low and high and the vibrations increase introducing other tones In Class The pitches of the melody are high there are many pitches from low to high There are three layers of pitches making every layer sound distinct the music becomes more intense and it is like my adrenaline increasing to an intense pointDynamics is soft piano and crescendo to forte and return to piano and it creates a sense of softness introducing the pure awakening of spring There is a dynamic accent that is a forte it comes at different times and it makes me nervous as if a tribal ritual will occur The use of layers of soft and then loud creates a fore ground and background that gives me a very frightening feeling Brass instruments but there is a back round of other instruments that are accompanying the piece of music There is a contrast between the beginning middle and end of the song It creates a mood that varies because of the dynamics The brass instruments have a different tone color They are loud and dominant The woodwind instruments have a different effect then the brass instruments When the brass comes in it changes our mood The end of the song sounds scary but truly ends off with a happy ending The Dynamics play a major role in the piece you hear the pitch ranges in this song also the mood I feel listening to this is romantic and having a good time However towards the end I feel a little tension and scaredThere seems to be a contrast in the rhythm
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