Comparing The 2 Songs "Breakaway" And "Unwritten"

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1. a) Kelly Clarkson "Breakaway" from Americab) Natasha Bedingfield "Unwritten" from England2. Clarkson doesn't have any distinctive characteristic as well as Bedingfield. Their voice type is a clear alto voice. However, they seem to have a large range.3. a) This person wants to be free and when she was younger, living in that small town, she was thinking what she could be. But when she was trying to say her thoughts, no one could hear her. At the end, she achieves what she wanted but she never forgets the people that she lovesb) This song sends the message that every single day is a new day that you don't know what it's going to happen. It ...view middle of the document...

5. a) There is a constant beat. The music is written in duple compound time The instruments that are involved are guitar, electric guitar, synthesizer and drums. They are not poly-rhythms.b) There is a constant beat. It's written in quadruple time. The instruments that are involved are: drums and bass guitar supply that beat. The drums also play the same rhythm through performance. They are not poly-rhythms.6. a) The tempo of "Breakaway" is moderato, so that means it's moderately fast. The tempo doesn't stay the same throughout the music. At the end it becomes faster.b) It's moderately fast, moderato. The tempo stays the same throughout the work.7. Key:( - introductionΔ - verse_ - chorus# - instrumental solo) - coda (ending)a) "Breakaway" song : (ΔΔ_Δ_Δ_Δ)b) "Unwritten" song: (Δ_Δ_ _ Δ _ _)8. a) Guitar, electric guitar, synthesizer, drumsb) Guitar, drums, synthesizer9. Both of the songs don't have instrumental solos.10. Both of the songs do have an introduction, because at the beginning, the music starts without any kind of singing, except from a repetitive vowel at the song "Breakaway". The function of the introduction is to get the mood of the song.11. a) I've chosen this song, because I like the rhythm as well as the lyrics, that they really express me.b) I like this song, because it sends the message that every single one of us is unique.12. a) It starts softly, gets louder and ends softer.So, crescendo is used.b) It keeps the same dynamics: (mf)

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