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Her manipulation of musical motives and tonalities is informed by her understanding of music as language.
What's apparent is that while Freed often preferred action, and filled many of his compositions with tonalities that distribute darks and lights throughout the frame, Draper made images that are generally darker, more pensive and poetic.
The color's tonality works well with Paonazzo marble and burnished brass hardware.
Following on from this are nearly 30 pages of notes, graphs and analysis of the rhythm and tonality of the birds.
The days when his embrace of bright tonality and luscious symphonic textures chafed against the aesthetics of a modernist mainstream are gone, along with the very notion of a mainstream.
La Monte Young, whose String Trio of 1958 is widely held to be the starting point of minimalism, steered clear of tonality and maintained an avant-garde posture.
Allegro: Clear strings with a wide range of tonality.
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