Mataya's Quarter 4 Project
Quarter 4 Project
Tuesday, May 3rd, 10:30am
1717 40th Avenue South
Louis-Claude Daquin was a French composer born in Paris, France on July 4, 1694. Louis was talented from a very young age. At the age of 12 he was a professional organist. Because Louis was a extraordinary organist, he had become an organist for the king of France in 1739. He was a very good composer with the gentle charm touch. He was also a very neat composer, which many admired. He was very famous in France. Long after, Louis passed away. He died in 1772, still living in Paris, France.
Information about my song:
Processional is a very interesting piece of music. The word itself means a ceremonial flow of cars that were a part of the ceremony. Also, John Tyndall made Louis Claude Daquin's Processional playable for the flute.
Information about me:
I love the colors mint green and light baby clue. I am obsessed with them. I play soccer and am in gymnastics. I also live with my mom, dad, brother, foster sister, 2 dogs, 1 cat (all pets are girls), and 48 fish.
metso forte: very loud
metso piano: a quieter sound of the original tempo
forte: excelling the tempo
ritardondo: a gradual decrease in tempo
slur: connect the notes. Without tonguing the note.
fermata: hold the note longer than the regular value
breath mark: an apostrophe used to symbolize the musician should take a breath there.
time signature: how much beats are in a measure
treble clef: one of the two orders of the notes on the staff
crescendo: to gradually get louder or quieter
What I enjoyed:
I enjoyed a lot of things in this project. I really enjoyed playing with smart music. I can sometimes end up going my own pace instead of what the piece wants me to. I liked how if you got lost you could pause it and restart. I also enjoyed researching about the composer. Most of the time people just play the piece and don't even consider who "invented" the song or who arranged the song so we could play it. If we could do this for all the songs we play, I would really enjoy that.