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posted: 2/10/2006 at 11:30:20 AM ET
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What is the tempo, harmony, dynamics and melody in the march bravissimo by john edmondson? Also, what is he trying to express?

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posted: 10/1/2006 at 8:33:13 PM ET
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Well, one would could look at the score, or hear a recording, or of course play the piece in an ensemble. Much of your question could be answered with your eyes, your ears or both. As for what John Edmondson would be attempting to express...it's a march for crying out loud, which is what you are doing when you call out "Bravissimo". By the way, he is still alive and composing, why not contact him?

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