Here are some examples of sentences used in concert reviews and song descriptions:
“After the solo, the rhythm came back in and joined in unison with all other instruments and played the melody until the song ended.”
"This piece was mainly polyphonic with a bit of homophonic sounds in between."
"The two most distinct solos were that of the electric guitar, bongo drums, and the baritone sax."
"The drums would play a beat with the horned instruments then responding with another beat."
"On this song, the horns had a unique role with what they were doing. They would gain tempo playing higher and higher notes until eventually all the horns would kind of just fall off using a sort of fading method where they would let the last note that they played just kind of fade out and drop pitch."
"The song started off right into its main melody, and never looked back from there."
"One reason why it is popular with musicians is because it is more of a challenge to play, which makes it more fun to play if you are a musician."
"While listening to the piece, the homophonic texture can be differentiated with a happy melody played by various groups of instruments."
"Each of these songs was great at displaying the diversity that makes jazz music."
"The accents felt like I was outside feeling the birds fly past."
"The tempo helps you feel the slow structure of the love of the song."
There was a considerable amount of creshendo/decreshendo throughout the piece, helping to give the piece it's ups and downs of love."
"The dissonance was clear to metabolically symbolize with a rough time in life, maybe for the freckle-faced boy."
"Romancing the Chili Pepper" is a great title for this song because it ties into the title because as we all know chili peppers are hot and spicy and so was the song so the performers were trying to romance this hot jazzy style song 'chili pepper' but were not succeeding because the instruments were being carried away by the hot style that was beckoning them."
"The girls were wearing dresses or skirts, all below the knee."
"The ending ended with a fermata."
"I noticed that the trumpets and trombones both had something stuck on the end of their horns."
"The rhythm wasn't the same, as it changed a lot."
"John Bonham used alcohol to work off his nerves."
He keeps the melody with the band.
The solo embellishes the song by playing with the same pace.
Sarah Vaughan uses great pitch to project her own creativity and personality onto the music.