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WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD By Louis Armstrong
LOUIS ARMSTRONG Born- August 4 th 1901 th Died- July 6 1971 Nicknames- satchmo, pops, and ambassador satch Skills- singing And trumpet
TEXTURE The texture of the song is very gentle and peaceful. It is also simple and rustic. Through different elements of music, the texture of the song is emphasized. the melody, text, dynamics, tempo, and timbre work together to make the texture of the song beautiful and yet simple.
TEXTURE THROUGH MELODY The melody is very calm, giving the song a tranquil feeling. The melody is also simple. The tune repeats itself each verse, so it is very easy to learn.
TEXTURE THROUGH TEXT The words of the song are about the simplicity and beauty of the world. Each verse is closely related in terms of the overall meanings of the words, also supporting the simple texture.
TEXTURE THROUGH DYNAMICS There isn’t much of a variation of dynamics in the song. This helps keep the song more relaxing. If there was a lot of change in dynamics it wouldn’t be consistent with making the texture smooth.
TEXTURE THROUGH TEMPO The tempo also has little to no variation in the song. Changing the tempo would make the song more challenging and difficult. The tempo is easy to follow and has no change to keep the song modest.
TEXTURE THROUGH TIMBRE the timbre of Louis Armstrong's voice is very warm and soothing. His timbre makes the song more believable.
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