coda

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  • Info Coda can denote any concluding event, summation, or section.
  • The coda of the song also played at the end of each level.
  • The album version of the song does not have this piano playing until the coda.
  • The first theme appears again followed by a coda and finally ends in C major.
  • The song structure consists of three seven-line verses and a two-line coda.
  • A coda appears after the minor key section, finishing off this movement.
  • He also wrote a coda to round out the collection.
  • It is the eighth and final track on their final studio album, Coda.
  • The two-note coda was added soon afterwards to make a definite ending.
  • She gave her life to prevent an attack using bombs planned by the Coda.
  • Now represented by Coda, he regularly plays out in London and around Europe.
  • It is the seventh track on the band's final studio album, Coda.
  • He also composed his own coda to the piece.
  • Above forms occur again before leading to the coda (E flat major).
  • This powerful coda is difficult to play well, but has very high emotional impact when it is.
  • An additional coda is, as usual, likely to appear at the end. Cited from Lessons in Music Form, by Percy Goetschius
  • This began the practice of the band playing a much longer coda part after the lyrical section concluded.
  • This coda is shorter than one might expect considering the already short development.
  • CODA is a Canadian magazine devoted to covering all things related to jazz.
  • The word coda, meaning a passage that ends a musical piece following the main body, was therefore chosen as a title.
  • The coda is based on material from the central section.
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