Abstraction Theory

Demonstrating Federic Chopin- Nocturne in E Flat Major, Op.9 No.2 would be expressed using different types of lines. As the piece starts calmly the lines would move in a wavy path. Once high pitch starts to rise the lines would create loops. In addition, once the tempo picks up as well the lines would become more jagged and sharper. In low pitches lines would begin to fall creating a “U” shape than rising up again creating an opposite “U”. The lines would also become more curvy.

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