Is the piece in duple or triple meter? How would you describe the tempo of the piece?
Fast Tempo 139, Slow tempo 69. The tempo is described to be fast at the climax and it is found to be proceeding at a rapid pace.
Is the piece in major or minor mode? How do you know?
3 Note is brighter when compared to other songs. It is evident that there is a peppy tune that is infused in the song. Owing to this it can be alluded that the music is a major note. The song Mamma Mia! The ABBA musical was a feminist heart representation of the 70s-kitchen exterior. It is used to mock the prevailing patriarchal notions in the society. It is used to explore the different roles of women in the society. This was analyzed in this work. It is evident that there is a different mixing of the tones to explore the dynamics of the society. The musical analysis of the song has been detailed in the following.
It is felt that the song is in D Major. This is owing to the fact that the beats are found to be upbeat and brighter. This is the reason for considering the music to be in Major. The sounds are found to be polyphonic sounds. It can be observed that the sounds are more attuned to be polyphonic. It is considered to be polyphonic owing to the fact that there is infusion of many elements in the song. There is an eclectic mix of sounds and musical connotation that makes the song pleasing to the years. There is infusion of many kinds of sounds that is observed. The instruments used for the songs are piano, guitar and a base sound is observed. It is evident that the songs start with a piano sound. In the song, the use of Marimba is evident. It can be determined that the composer has fused or woven these elements into the song. It can be comprehended that the sounds and infusion of the vocal are found to be an eclectic mix of voice and instruments. The songs proceed in lieu with the theme of feminism. Toward the end there is a faster tempo that was felt while listening to the song. This was the analogies that have been made with reference to these songs. These were the important analogies that can be determined from this analysis.