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Minimalism Compositions

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Introduction

My Minimalism composition: I will do my minimalism piece in the key of D minor and base the notes around this sequence but also use the chords of A, F C and E change key, but not to a major key. ...read more.

Middle

My piece is approximately 2 minutes long and at the end I will repeat the beginning again. Dynamics are important in my piece of music so I will be changing the tone by using staccato and legato notes. ...read more.

Conclusion

How ever I will have to make sure I can learn it well as I will not have many chances to re-record it. There will be four beats in the bar and the average speed will be about 120 beats per minute, but as I said before the tempo will purposely change slightly during the piece to make the atmosphere of it become more professional. ...read more.

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The writer could go into a lot more detail about their composition. I would suggest a good place to start would be to discuss the composition under the headings of music like structure, instrumentation, timbre, dynamics, articulation, tempo and texture.

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