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A Thousand Years- Christina Perri
Transcript of A Thousand Years- Christina Perri
The first heard this song was at the movies theater when I went to watch "Breaking Dawn- Part 1"
"A Thousand Years" is homophonic in texture because most of the song features one voice and accompaniment. At some parts in the chorus, a male voice can be heard, but both voices are singing generally the same thing.
Three expressive elements are prominant in "A Thousand Years"- lyrics, crescendos, and the speed (adagio).
"A Thousand Years" is in 6/8 time, which means that it is compound duple metre. This is because it has two beats divided into three parts in each bar.
"A Thousand Years" features mainly string instruments. At the beginning of the song, you can hear a piano and a cello. As the song goes on, a guitar is added. The soft sounds add to the dynamics of the song.
"A Thousand Years" was released on October 18th, 2011, and was featured on "Breaking Dawn- Part 1"
It was #31 on the Billboard Top 100 chart.I
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