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Symphony No. 4 for Strings, Percussion, and Keyboard III. Largo tranquillo

Composer
Sabra Lindgren
Year of composition
2012
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
8 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music
Instrumentation
Orchestra
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Symphony No. 4 has four movements: I. Moderato, II. Andante, III. Largo tranquillo, and IV. Allegro rondo. Suggested fingerings are written in the violin scores. This symphony has a rather vague tonality in A. A set series of intervals that connect the movements are presented in a variety of rhythms, characters, and moods. Some of the compositional techniques employed include inversion, canon and fugue style of texturing, and dialogue between instrumental groups. This third movement is based on the Golden Ratio of the fibonacci system of numbering. This ratio is found by comparing the number of beats in each section of music. This movement also has a symmetrical structure. It therefore has a fractal nature.

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