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Trumpets are a great example of a loud, or forte instrument.Bruno Justo/Unsplash

Episode 56 - Forte - Let's Get Loud


Your Classical Adventures - Episode 56 - Forte - Let's Get Loud

4:59


October 16, 2021

How do musicians know when to play loud? Join host Liz Lyon and producer Melanie Renate as we explore classical music that loves using the loud dynamic called "forte."

Episode 56 playlist

Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 5 —This entire piece is being played at a loud, or forte level.

LISTEN — Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 5

Gustav Holst: The Planets - Mars, The Bringer of War — Holst puts emotions into his piece by going from quiet to forte.

LISTEN — Gustav Holst: The Planets - Mars, The Bringer of War

Gustav Holst - The Planet: Mars, The Bringer of War

George Fredrich Handel: Trumpet Concerto; Overture — The trumpet is a loud and powerful instrument. In this piece, it is used to get your attention.

LISTEN — George Fredrich Handel: Trumpet Concerto; Overture

Handel Trumpet Concerto in D Overture

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