The music slows to the point where you feel you have reached the end, but soon you are back on the journey again racing with the violins and lower instruments toward the finish line and the conclusion leaves the listener breathless. This piece is ... ... middle of paper ... ...ong at an ever quickening pace. The dramatic changes in tempo add an interesting complexity to the movement and create different listening patterns for the listener to follow along with. Over all this piece was energetic and full of energy it brought both drama and diversity of melodies and harmonies. I really enjoyed the entire concert and I thought the music was well performed.
The composition demonstrated a similar theme with each section, and I immediately noticed the reappearance of a theme. I truly appreciated the simplicity of the Li... ... middle of paper ... ...h faster and had a tempo of allegro. The very short notes in the violin part made it feel light feeling, and more dance-like than the three. The violin and piano played in unison together several times. I found this movement to be the hardest to follow of the three because I didn’t hear a recurring theme a lot.
During the performance, I seen the audience were moving with the music, but I felt like that everyone seems knows more music than what I learned throughout this semester. After I went home and did some of the research on these music I finally understand why these people like to attend the orchestra concerto, it was because that every piece of music has a history behind it. The Los Angeles audience seemed to me to be people who know music and who will listen to something new in a respectful way. All the same, when the more familiar sounds of the last piece were heard, I could feel a little sense of relaxation and fun coming into the room.
The first part struck me as very slow but the second part was very rhythmic,very perky, and was passed around appreciatively by all, while the piano and clarinet were trading ideas with each other. All in all, this piece signaled excitement and was made very enjoyable with the clarinet and piano. As this was my first Chamber Concert I was not sure what to expect. I thoroughly enjoyed myself and I'm looking forward to my next concert.
During the music I notice a lot of mimicking going on between the strings. It was rather enjoyable. The tempo of the piece was allegro because it was fast, quick. The meter of this piece was fast 4 beats per meter like you said .The beginning of the piece had some dark moment. But ... ... middle of paper ... ...ng a little more boring but I was gladly shocked that it was actually not boring.
I also expected the performers to be on stage, but they were stationed on opposite sides of the hall playing toward one another. I was very pleased by the performance I thought it was extraordinary and exhilarating. The first movement, I would like to discuss is the Canzon duodecimi toni and Sonata pian’e forte, by Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612). In this performance, the texture of this piece was very polyphonic and homophonic with a variety of timbre colors. The dynamics was loud and soft in the Sonata pian’e forte.
There are many sequences to where the theme is repeated. The notes are also very entertaining to listen to. Some notes are short and separated and others are smooth making the piece have a mixture of both legato and staccato notes. The rhythm and the way the song is shaped reminds me of how you would see a heart beat on a monitor, which is kind of ironic. The reason Beethoven decided to write this piece was because he was in love with a women.
Many of them from movies and musicals. I think that’s why I liked concert band more than any other band I was in. Im really into musicals, and so was our director, so whenever we got pieces from musicals I would get very excited. I really liked concert band because we also did a lot of beautiful, more classical, pieces. I loved listening to them.
This piece started softer, and then seemed to pick up with more energy. With my lack of knowledge of Jazz music, I certainly enjoyed this piece the best. I learned how exciting and fun listening to jazz being played live can actually be. I found it very interesting. Like I said earlier, the only thing I would change to make the concert more effective would be to have the narrator speak less.
The classical musical concert is known to be very much impressive and scheduled for the key listeners. It would be very much helpful from the perspective of making people acknowledged about the wide music sets (Stevens, 2009). The concert is reviewed to be very much impressive and makes good use of these musical instruments. All these are quite helpful and important in giving better flow to the music concert. The coordination and synchronization amongst the musical players is said to be very much perfect.