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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 5, May 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



From The History Of Formation And Development Of Form Of Music Works

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AUTHOR(S)

Karimova Mavluda

 

KEYWORDS

Affect, Melody, rhythm, harmony, structure, refrain, episode, Prelude and Fugue, suite, sonata.

 

ABSTRACT

This scientific article provides some forms of different countries and times of musical works. In which simple terms are used to easily assimilate the analysis of simple and complex works of various forms. Whatever the musical form - simple or very complex, typical or individual, it performs the most important task of organizing all aspects and properties of the work in such a way as to bring the content of the music to the listener as best as possible. The 20th century brought new rhythms to dance music. As before, choreography and music use elements of musical - dance folklore of different nations, especially Latin American and African. Ragtime - Foxtrot - Waltz - Boston - Later, two styles arose: “Rhythm and Blues” and “Rock and Roll”, later on forms - dances twist, madison, hali - ghali, Tango - Rumba - Letka - Enka, Sirtaki. Dance music of the XX century had a great influence on all light music. From childhood to old age, a man "walks with a song through life." A huge world of thoughts, feelings, images is enclosed in this simplest and most accessible musical genre.

 

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