This went on in a series of decrescendos, rising and falling with lots of chords being played. The third piece was a duet for the flute and the oboe by Julia Grace Brown. The piece contained two movements, but I could not tell when one stopped and the second began because there was no pause. While they played the flute was quicker, playing in short, fast, high pitched notes. On the other hand, the oboe was steadier and carried the notes slightly longer, and it lead the flute through the song.
The main theme reappears in the end in an even darker manner. From the drama, expressive language to the grand gesture, this particular Fantasy reminds me of Beethoven in various ways. As a major art form in the era, Mozart’s piano sonatas presented “models of fluency”. They revealed both the composer’s and the player’s musical virtuosity and clarity.
Also while the tempo is changing, the dynamics start to change, moving from mezzo forte to mezzo piano and back again. There was also a section where a contrast of the keys was played. The low tones at the contrasting section ... ... middle of paper ... ...jor scale. The dynamics were always changing from pianissimo to mezzo piano. The tempo changed very little from andante to moderato.
They then played the fanfare from La Peri. At the end of the piece the tuba player was introduced and he then demonstrated many unique playing techniques on the tuba. He combined those techniques to play a piece of his composition called Fnugg. Afterwards the orchestra played Promenade form
This piece is very jumpy and light, making you feel like tapping your feet and following the beat. In the background is a piano in stride style that accompanies the brass instruments. Ellington often wrote evocative music, such as "Caravan" (1936), which he intended as a portrait of an exotic locale. The piece is a cross between Latin jazz and music that is Aladdin like. The brass instruments in the background are playing in ostinato form.
Began to explode in the timpani, introduced the main elements relating to the material. The tone color of began part is deep. After introduction, is a piano solo part, describes the whole movement found another melody. From here, contrasting grand and exquisite part of the music alternates. It will reach the climax Grandioso, where the band sounded original piano melody, accompanied by large triplet figure in the soloist.
Timbre can generate the uniqueness of a composition. The timbre uses oboe, recorder (flute), trumpet, and violin in the concertino and violins, viola, double basses, cello, and harpsichord in the tutti to create uniqueness. The basso continuo, played by the cello and harpsichord in this composition, helps to create a unique timbre. The timbre changes create variety and distinction that allow further enjoyment of the composition. In Brandenberg Concerto #2 in F: Movement 1 Allegro, in addition to the basso continuo which creates unique timbre, the solo sections are played by differing two instruments during each section, which creates not only continuity, but also timbre that is interesting, rich, and distinctive.
All the pieces they played except for the second one I really did like. I had never been to a chamber music concert before this one, but I really enjoyed the setting and how close you could be to the musicians. The concert overall was very good and I would go back to another one like it
The first piece that was played in the concert was Zart und mit Ausdruck by Schumann Fantasiestucke. In this movement there was constant triplet-rhythm accompaniment in the piano. The rhythm supported the clarinet. The piece consisted was in A minor and moved to arpeggio. However, the piece returns to A minor, but the final harmonic shift is in A major.
Jayri Meraz Musc P112 Ludwig van Beethoven Georgii Cherkin is performing a soloist piano from one of Beethoven classical piece called Für Elise. The conductor name is Grigor Palikarov. The introduction starts off with low pitches making it sound very soft. The introduction of the theme represents “love.” The theme play by the piano begins very pianissimo. There is a low pitch coming from the triangle instrument.