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For example, accelerando might be perceived as humorous because of the association or image of a competition: "We are running; let's see who will get there first?
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Between an effortless, surging Morning Mood and the frightening accelerando which ended In the Hall of the Mountain King, Ase's Death had a rich string sound and a remarkable range of dynamics tapering towards the very threshold of audibility at the close.
They are also listening carefully in an attempt to match their partner's ritardando or accelerando.
100-104), represents one of the concerto's most dramatic moments, with an accelerando leading to a molto ritard including fff chords, rim shots, and horn, trumpet, and woodwind lines reminiscent of a Hollywood score for a Roman chariot race.
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Deliberately held discordant resolutions from the woodwind section at the end of movements also helped to season the otherwise period blandness of the music while the short but spirited Entracte, suite des vents and the final accelerando brought smiles to performers and audience alike.
Theory Gymnastics: Accelerando 1 and Accelerando 1 Teacher Guide, by Laura Zisette, Charlene Zundel Shelzi and Kathleen Lloyd.
Curious inconsistencies appear throughout the film (is an accelerando really a dynamic marking?
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These elements would include things like: articulation, dynamics, melodic shape, balance, character/mood, tempo or any tempo fluctuations such as ritard or accelerando.