5, is a romantic alternative that also features a continuous flow divided between the hands and a fiery mood--here alternated with a most expressive left-hand melody accompanied by broken chords
The left-hand plays broken chords
most of the time or has a walking bass pattern, while the right-hand carries the melody.
Nymphs" has a homophonic texture in which the melody is accompanied by widely-spaced broken chords
The four-note broken chords
, in the middle section, use hand crossings to provide a full, dramatic sound.
A bombastic opening moves to a dark melody accompanied by broken chords
In his effort to successfully attain variation of material, as well as timbre imitation, he employs a wide variety of ornaments such as mordents, trills, broken chords
With many transfer students, working on technique and technical patterns to learn fingerings for common scales with crossings, arpeggios and basic etudes consisting of broken chords
and other frequently used technical patterns can help solidify the patterns in the hand.
Here, Mozart inconsistently applies slurs over broken chords
, only taking the time to write them in measure 11; the consistent texture implies that slurring and over holding would occur throughout the harmonic accompaniment of these measures.
In Barbara Snow Gilbert's Broken Chords
, Clara prepares for the piano competition that could lead to a place at Juilliard, but she has doubts about the lifetime of sacrifice that a career in music would require.
With eight performers and featuring violin and cellos, Broken Chords
aims to reach the heart of a collapsing relationship.
Tickets are still available for this event at just pounds 12 and include a glass of wine or soft drink and a top-price ticket for the evening's thrilling performance of Vincent Dance Company's Broken Chords
in Stage 1.
Following the critical success of Punch Drunk, Vincent Dance Theatre's new production, Broken Chords
, is a dark and humorous look at love and loss by a multi-talented, multi-national ensemble of eight performers.