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The texture of the music of Chopin piano album \

Author YanZuo
Tutor GaoYanSheng
School Tianjin Conservatory of Music
Course Musicology
Keywords Texture Piano Music Main theme Polyphonic
CLC J624.1
Type Master's thesis
Year 2010
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The texture is a specific form of organization of the basic materials as a musical work constitutes \Texture as one of the elements of musical language , it is essential to be able to express emotion music . Texture can be added , stressed , rendering its melody , chord itself feelings of lack of ingredients . Music texture well organized , even if the melody performance of the melody and chord itself a very good relationship , very emotional chords Select independence , integrity, would have been destroyed . Nocturne - that originated in the West , the development in Western music genres . Its first generation of the genre of vocal music can be traced back to the Middle Ages . As a form of piano music skit established by Rumsfeld . Clear melody and accompaniment to match , different accompaniment pattern compatible with other musical elements , and co - express a beautiful night , creating a more elegant , appealing sound . Chopin , the Romantic period known as the \Chopin continued to write on the basis of Rumsfeld 's first Nocturne , writing 21 Nocturne . Its melodic textures , harmonies richer , give Nocturne a more perfect form . 21 Nocturne quiet elegance with a fantastic atmosphere , profound in content with the dramatic music , the idea which the author works , layout , and even the texture selection , development are inseparable . \grasp of the image , as well as his work is how flexible development organizations form and apply different textures to create a variety of different , distinctive characteristics of music image . Hope to achieve through this study guide the creation , in-depth analysis purposes.

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