m-DYNAMIC MARCH THEME AND VARIATIONS

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Dyna review dynamicsHello again, everyone! 
As DYNA,  I enjoy music that features dynamic contrast.Print Music
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In an orchestra, many rhythms and instrument sounds combine, creating the complete texture.
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Conductors are very much like recording studio engineers, in the sense that they balance dynamic ranges of the orchestra live.
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Composers make use of dynamics in order to highlight melody.
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In Dynamic March, each section has the opportunity to perform the melody as the primary theme, and also act as the accompaniment, the background.
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One can view the orchestra as a string band, where the vocals are sung by different string instruments, while others perform back-up roles, like rhythm guitar, bass or drums.
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March tempo is most March tempo is most commonly performed at 120 BPM, which is the equivalent to 1-beat every half-second.  commonly performed at 120 BPM, which is the equivalent to 1-beat every half-second.
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Q review beat emphasis

In March-Time, you perform with strong emphasis on the 1st beat of each measure. A secondary accent is performed on the 3rd of the measure.
Common-time Beat EmphasisThe goal of Dynamic March is to train players to perform melody and accompaniment, brought to action dynamically, in harmony.
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