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L.O. Compose a Tudor Fanfare. BLP: imitation. What were fanfares for?. Announce the arrival of someone important Grab people’s attention so they remember to make way and bow down Usually played on brass instruments (so couldn’t use many notes) Usually fairly short. Rhythms from phrases.

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what were fanfares for
What were fanfares for?
  • Announce the arrival of someone important
  • Grab people’s attention so they remember to make way and bow down
  • Usually played on brass instruments (so couldn’t use many notes)
  • Usually fairly short.
rhythms from phrases
Rhythms from phrases
  • Here comes the king
  • How would you write these ones?
    • All bow down
    • He is the greatest
  • What other phrases could you use?
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L.O. Compose a Tudor Fanfare
  • Start and end on G
  • Only use the notes G, B and D
  • The rhythm in each bar should add up to 4 beats
  • It should be 4 bars long
evaluation
Evaluation
  • Did you manage to follow the composition rules?
  • Do you think it sounds like a fanfare?
  • Did you manage to perform it well?
  • How would you improve your fanfare?
  • What instrument do you think it would sound best on?
  • What have you learned for next time?