Beth Denisch is a professor in the Composition Department. She is an internationally recognized composer whose works have been recorded and performed worldwide. In a canon, the follower voice sings the same music as the leader voice beginning anytime after the leader has started but before the leader stops. When the follower voice sings exactly the same as the leader voice, the result is a strict canon.
Simple three-part canon at the octave. In a three-part canon, the composer must contend with two comes voices. So although the method of first creating the dux and then simply copying out the appropriate music in the following part, this must now be done twice. This also gives the composer additional choices regarding the order of the entries and in which voices the comes will occur.
How did Pachelbel’s Canon in D become the most popular wedding song?
Try typing something like "creative blocks", "spiral", "world", "green" or "blue" and our snail will find what you're looking for. Lesley Chow is an Australian writer on music and film. The way [the music] works mystified me. I had to sit down with it and listen to moments over and over again to work out how did that affect happen, why do we feel this explosive effect, or why does this seem to accelerate? Enduring enigmas.
A Table canon is a retrograde and inverse canon meant to be placed on a table in between two musicians, who both read the same line of music in opposite directions. As both parts are included in each single line, a second line is not needed. I thought there should be no reason to limit one musician to one line of music or to limit one side of the table to one musician , so I created a table canon with two lines of music per musician or two musicians per side of the table.