||: Cauda (Latin for "tail") is a term used in music primarily to designate a passage that brings a piece (or a movement) to an end. It may be as simple as a few measures, or as complex as an entire section. :||: Charles Burkhart suggests that caudas are required to allow the listener to "look back" on the main body of music, to "take it all in", and "create a sense of balance." :|| And in this way, the cauda is a metaphor for life. ||

Day 12: Dictation - John Armstrong (Taken with Instagram at Perez Hall)

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