The finale is the most iconic part of the overture, and also the most lively. The white line represents the melody and travels upward to reach the end to the piece. Since there is lots of movement and the tempo increases during the finale, I chose to represent the beat as strong vertical black lines getting closer together as the eye progresses from left to right. The brass in this section push the piece to its conclusion, represented by the blue triangles. In the last few bars, the entire orchestra comes together, represented by the blue bars, and finally a completely white section, representing the melody being played by the entire ensemble.
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