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His music always stemmed from such elements. , 30. " Often these melodies were effected by scalar passages. 62 Much like Carpenter, his melodies were meant to express the mood of the text or the dramatic effect that he wanted to achieve. Shepherd helped to establish tonality by repeating tonic triad tones in the melody. He also used pentatonic melodies to express the text. 63 He disliked distorted or grotesque melodic lines, but there is ample use of nonharmonic tones in his music. These elements taken together created some of his thematic material.
7 a7 Fig. 17 Ab is the common tone between this chord and the key to which Carpenter immediately returns with a repetition of the opening vocal and piano motive. The sweeping motion of the 37 accompaniment takes over one last time before the composer can finally bring the song to a close. An Eb pedal tone, on the dominant of A-flat major allows him to veer away from the motive for this short time before suddenly returning to it. On this last repetition of the motive, Carpenter surprises the listener with a high E natural on the word "worlds" instead of a Bb.
Raised in a family that mixed the business pursuits of his father with the musical endeavors of his mother, Carpenter was given musical training as a boy. He eventually attended Harvard University where he studied with John Knowles Paine, a member of the first generation (Germanically influenced) of American composers. 41 Descriptions of Carpenter's compositional style abound. Nicholas Tawa notes that Carpenter would rarely allow his music to sound coarse or ill mannered, primarily establishing moods for creative effect.