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Introduction To Music (MUSIC 1) Music assessments Class 1-7

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Queens College CUNY

Introduction To Music (MUSIC 1)

Class 1
1. Unity and Variety
Dynamic variety refers to the use of different levels of volume.
The constant use of variety is NOT enough to sustain a listener’s interest and make a music piece pleasing
and memorable. Variety alone won’t do it. For that, composers need to use both unity and variety.
Two of the most obvious musical elements that composers use to achieve variety are dynamics and
timbre.
Musical movement is a complete, self-contained section within a larger music composition.
2. The Performer’s Role
Interpretation is one of the composer’s most important tasks.

The performer’s messages, emotions, images, memories, and/or thoughts are contained in the music score.
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Great performers possess outstanding technique but may not have deep musical understanding.

Great performers possess outstanding technique but may not have deep musical understanding.

According to Booker T. Washington, plantation songs have nothing to do with religious fervor.

The degree to which the listener feels moved by or connected to the music is determined by the
performer’s technical skill.

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