Hanna Millars Flute piece

Turkish March

My composer Ludwig van beethovens story

Ludwig van Beethoven was born In December 1770 in Bon, Germany and he died on march 26, 1827 in Vienna, Austria. He had 4 brothers and 3 sisters. One weird fact was that Beethoven was reported to have dated his hearing loss from a fit he suffered 1798 induced by a rage at the interruption of his work—having fallen over, he got up to find himself deaf. His hearing only ever partially recovered and, during its gradual decline, was impeded by a severe form of tinnitus.
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vocabulary

Piano or (p)- indicates to play softly.

Forte or (f)- indicates to play loudly.

Chrishendo- indicates to gradually get softer.

Mezzo forte of (mf)- indicates to play moderately loud.

Treble clef- indicates the position of note names on the music staff.

Time signature- indicates how many beats per measure and what kind of note gets one beat.

4/4 time- gets for beats per measure.

Allegro- fast tempo.

Repeat sign- indicates to repeat the section of music enclosed by the repeat signs.

First and second endings- indicates to play trough the 1st ending. then play the repeated section of the music.

Slur- a curved line in witch connects notes of different pitch.

Accidental- any sharp flat or natural sign that appears in the music without being in the Key signature witch is called an accidental.

Dimuendo- a decrease in loudness.

Stacatto- with each sound or note sharply detached or separated from the others.

Tenuto- held for its full time value or slightly more.

Accent- emphasize (a particular feature).

Turkish march

like I said Ludwig van Beethoven could not hear so he had to use these devises.
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What I liked............

The one thing I truly enjoyed was the research part of the project because we got to research some one who I didn't really know lot about. and I found some really cool music.