The visual aspect of the performance was executed well, since the soloist David Garrett is allowed to walk freely around to express the piece with his actions as well as his playing. As a result, I feel that David does an excellent job of portraying the personality of Jack Sparrow, who is a protagonist in the movie; by the way he performs the piece. There are many parts of the performance that David does, which is similar to what Jack does in the movie. In the beginning of the piece David walks around care-free through the audience as he goes to the stage while he plays the song. This is similar to the nature of Jack Sparrow, where he does not care much about what is happening around him. There is also a part where David is talking a picture with a female during the performance. This is very like Jack Sparrow, in which he would try to flirt with females even though there are important things he needs to do.
In the performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, there is less movement from the soloist than there was in the Pirates of the Caribbean. One reason for this is that the setting for this piece was a concert hall that did not have a lot of room for the musician to move more fre...
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...with variations on the main melody. There were some parts that were removed in the performance, just like in the Pirates of the Caribbean performance. The purpose of this looked like the song had to be shortened because it was part of an awards ceremony and the full second movement may have been too long.
David Garrett’s style in both the visual and interpretation of the music made positive and negative affects to the quality of the performance and how the music was interpreted by the audience. In the end, David Garrett had performed very well in the performances of He’s a Pirate by Hans Zimmer and Klaus Badelt. This is due to the visual and technical interpretations of the piece portraying the movie very well with its theme. However, the performance of Beethoven’s ninth Symphony was not performed as well as expected due to the visual and technical interpretation.
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