Since the tonality centers on the G-key in this movement, the F is a 7th pitch going upwards from G (or in reverse a step below the G).
This focus on the 7th pitch is a typical characteristic of the blues, and is specifically known as the “Blues 7th”.
With the growing unrest in the world political situation, he emigrated to the US in 1925, but found only partial refuge there.
At first he settled in New York and taught at the Westchester Conservatory, while making an unsuccessful attempt to reinstate his violinistic career. 40% Swing The American composer John Adams has long been recognized as a leading light of his generation.
dwarfs all others from the heights of superiority.” Then in 1829, the young Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy conducted a performance in Berlin of the St. Camille Saint-Saëns, among other composers, made transcriptions of Bach’s works, drawing them to the attention of a wider public.