Monthly Archives: July 2013

Part 2, Project 6 – A vocal jingle

Three terse jingles was required for this part of the project. ┬áJingles; yes. ┬áTerse; unsure! Here is the first one, advertising “Babycakes Brew”: And this is what it sounds like: http://tinyurl.com/lrg5hb7 My second jingle is for sopranos and altos and … Continue reading

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Part 2, Project 5 – Amen

Here is my four-part mixed voice choir which is an elaborated Plagal cadence: Part 2 Project 5 – Amen elaborated cadence This is what it sounds like: http://tinyurl.com/ns4t8jp

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Part 2, Project 5 – Melismatic word setting

Before writing my own four-part melismatic setting of the “Amen” exercise I wanted to study some examples of melismatic word settings. Instead of having words set to music that are rhythmically structured around their syllables (syllabic), a single word can … Continue reading

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Assignment 1 – Revised Version

This is my revised Assignment 1 following tutor feedback: Amy Balcomb (510035) Revised Assignment 1 – Assignment 1 – ‘Woodland Burial’ (Revised version) – Amy Balcomb (510035) And this is what it sounds like: http://tinyurl.com/o5j3qfc

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Assignment 1 – Tutor Feedback

Herewith a link to the feedback received from my tutor Douglas Seville for Assignment 1: Amy Balcomb (510035) Level 2 Composition Assignment 1 Tutor Report The main points that I took from this feedback were as follows: I needed to … Continue reading

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