|Author||Topic: basics of music|
|posted: 10/17/2004 at 1:28:53 PM ET|
I am answering a question where I am required to invent a situation in which people respond to each of these: beat, meter,tempo, and rythm
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|posted: 10/25/2004 at 12:35:02 PM ET|
At the World Series game an organist controls the crowd by playing various themes at various tempos
|posted: 10/25/2004 at 4:53:13 PM ET|
Movie scores. Think how much would be missing in movies if the music wasn't there. Several experiments have been done by film producers to make a movie without music. Invariably it almost always fails.
Military funerals. I almost always cry when I hear Taps played at a funeral.
Circuses. The music for them always goes along with what happens in the ring.
|posted: 10/25/2004 at 11:08:20 PM ET|
Teddy Pendergrass..from harold melvin and the blue notes ..close the door . your question made me smile thank you .
|posted: 11/17/2004 at 1:26:53 PM ET|
Some restaurants use different types of music during different times to keep crowds moving. During a busy time, they'll play faster music to cause people to eat faster and leave sooner (so the restaurant can serve more people and make more money). And when they're not as busy they'll play slower music so people will stay longer, making the restaurant appear fuller (and more popular) for longer periods of time.