- Created by: Blackoutstudy
- Created on: 15-08-19 13:13
Five variations on a theme
- Form as the balance of unity/variety,
- Form as musical architecture,
- Form as hearing aural identity,
- Form as a continuum,
- Form as a web of relationships.
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Each new part will use one or more music element to 'vary' or change this melodic idea without losing the theme.
Two-part songs= binary
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- Repetition od the same melodic theme throughout a musical composition.
- Compositions begin with a statement of the main idea.
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What can you do to charge the theme
- Counter melody
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How are variations created
- Time signature
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