Welcome !

Thank you for joining me at my OCA Music-course-blog.

I’m happy to share my experiences and progress 🙂

Any music I write in addition to the course can be found on Soundcloud under the following link: https://soundcloud.com/user-569710344

Feel also free to check out my Youtube Acount: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKaGOoPHsLr-RcJph7TVI0A

2 thoughts on “Welcome !

    1. Hi there 🙂

      “April is in my Mistress face” has a 4/4 rhythm, which you can see by being able to count 4 crotchet notes in one bar.

      There is no single melody, the piece is sung by four voices and has a polyphonic structure, thus, all the voices are equally important.

      I think the dynamics stay overall the same although, out of experience I know, that some of the higher notes are sometimes sung with more emphasis, which has to do with classical singing techniques.

      The tempo is not directly given and maybe somewhat open for interpretation. Nonetheless, according to the century the piece was written in, I would have said it should neither be incredibly fast nor slow, as it was important during that time to make the text understandable, but the music had to stay interesting as well.

      Here’s also a link to a score extract on youtube:

      Hope I was able to help a bit ^^


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