I really enjoyed the entire concert and I thought the music was well performed. I would however have liked there to be more compositions included in the concert covering a broader range of Mozart’s quartets and piano concertos. I think that more pieces being played would have allowed for more comparisons to be drawn between pieces and allowed for the listener to enjoy more of the great music that Mozart has to offer. Works Cited "Mozart for Four." The Concert: A Classical Music Podcast .
As Benjamin is an orchestra conductor his messages are inspiring and from this background his presentation appeal strongly. Through music and stories Benjamin takes his audience to an interactive journey. Benjamin said it is strange that on the basis of classical music; positive thinking, leadership, strategic management can be build. He has passion in everything that it would simply hypnotize the audience and it is well presented by
The classical music score sheets represents a story, ideas, emotions, even controversy. It’s a powerful sheet of paper that shares the history of these composers and their life in secret code which I may add is not easy to comprehend. Once classical music was widely popular in the 19th and 20th century, critics always debated how these musical pieces should be played and that’s the beauty of classical music. There are a million ways to play a single piece and each time you share a different idea, story, emotion, and so on. Lastly classical music culture is something we as humans can all share with one another, we can create new bonds like Brahms and Beethoven, or even share the spotlight on stage while telling the tale of “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” like Mozart once did.
40 is an effective composition that allows one’s mind to imagine vivid pictures. While listening to the piece by Mozart, I felt a sense of urgency throughout the piece while eliciting strong emotions of passion and grief. Composers like Richard Wagner and Peter Tchaikovsky were greatly influenced by Mozart’s musical capabilities of conveying intense feelings. The listener is affected by the different measures of commonalties between the musical periods, the composers of those periods and the pieces they compose. Mozart’s music pulled away from the norms and constraints of period style music.
Mozart had such a true love of classical music, it could clearly be seen in his work. Some of his more famous works are The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro, and Requiem Mass. The sheer quality of his music and the fact that a lot of it was done at such a young age, is what made drove Mozart into the spotlight. When I hear Mozart, there is one piece that comes to mind. Eine kleine Nachtmusik is such an uplifting, enlightening piece.
Sometimes melting together, the forms of this new music were not as clear as in the Classical Period and musical tension was used for emotional response, such as melodies having long dynamic climaxes (kaulblepianostudio.com). The style of th... ... middle of paper ... ...essed, more than anything else, their emotions and thoughts in the masterful music they produced. With this new enthusiastic music, famous composers wished to receive recognition and admiration by numerous other people from which they could make their living. Also by introducing new musical forms and types, the Romantic Era made its way to be one of the most influential and loved music periods in history. Works Cited "Piano Studio of Martin E.
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.
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.
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.
This helped him in the creation of the Saxophone. “Sax noticed that the brasses were overpowering the woodwinds, and the winds were overpowering the strings. He saw the need to come up with a new instrument that would create some form of balance between the three sections (brass, woodwinds and strings). The sound that he was seeking would lie between the clari... ... middle of paper ... ...ozart, Ludwig Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Johannes Brhms, Claude Debussy, etc. These were all respected composers from different time periods who used the violin to compose great unforgotten music.