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A highly energetic and bright accompaniment figure enables the vocalist to happily expound on the protagonist's love for his sweetheart.
Typical of Owens's compositions, the initial accompaniment figure is maintained through the first half of the song, providing a weighty, solemn environment for the vocal line.
"Moonlight," the finale, is probably our favorite, with familiar Basler accompaniment figures and a nice melody.
Among many thoughtful peripheral points, Gilbert's connections between ostinato accompaniment figures in the little-known "Dancing in the Streets" from Pardon My English (1933) and the opening of Porgy and Bess (1935), and the changing meters and "Petroushka chord" ("two major triads a tritone apart," pp.
I played melody lines and accompaniment figures. I imitated the audio samples, scat-sang when required, and wrote out chords.
20), and that in contrast to Sondheim's mature musicals, "in none of the songs [of Climb High] have accompaniment figures yet been individually developed as agents of dramatic tension and character presentation" (p.