Concert Review

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    Morton Gould’s Spirituals for Orchestra takes the listener through an entire range of emotions. In the beginning of the first section, “Proclomation”, the strings have a tenacious and unyielding quality about them between the more severe blasts of the snare drum. The music then transitions to an alternation between the violins and cellos. Though in this transition the music is quieter, there is a mood of anger or pain throughout the section. There is a change of mood in the beginning of the next

  • Jazz Concert Review

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    Jazz Concert Review I enjoy and listen to variety of music from classical music to rap music. I have attended many concerts, mostly symphony bands concerts. However, interestingly, through whole my life, I have never experienced jazz music and I have never been to jazz concert. Therefore, it was hard for me to decide which jazz concerts would give me most pleasure and exciting experience. I researched for jazz concerts listing and I have decided to go to the Ron Eschete Trio Concerts because

  • Writing of a Concert Review

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    Writing of a Concert Review Bob Dylan’s songs are filled with inspirational messages. The songs were composed with inspiration and creativity being the main elements of the song. The obvious messages that are presented in the songs make them some of the most inspiring and creative pieces that have ever been produced. While he was performing in the Aver Fish Hall, Dylan presented a performance of 22 songs that were performed by 21 different groups. The performance was meant to be a non-profit show

  • Concert Review of Slipknot

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    Concert Review of Slipknot We arrived at the concert around sun set. As we pulled up to the entrance, all I could see was a mass of humans. They scattered around the front of the building, some going in and coming out. In the middle of all the transportation devices there were a few men, in black suits, who pointed in different directions. They stopped groups of humans to allow the transportation devices by and vice versa. We now left our "car" with a group of other "cars" and made our way

  • jazz concert review

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    famous reply was “if you had to ask, you’ll never know”. Whatever else he meant, he was at least saying that jazz is noticeable, but not necessarily understandable by words. (do not really know exact cite where I have got this quote) For my concert review, I went to see the performance of Maynard Ferguson and his big band at Jazz Alley on Jan. 12th 2015. I asked some of my friends to join and they gladly agreed. Since two of my friends were a musician themselves and loved seeing live music whenever

  • Concert Review: Lana Del Rey In Concert

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    Lana Del Rey in Concert For this assignment I have chosen to write a concert review on one of my favorite artist Lana Del Rey. I went to see her in late June in Charlotte at the PNC Music Pavilion. She was on her first headlining American tour called The Endless Summer Tour promoting her album Ultraviolence. I have followed Lana Del Rey for several years now and having the opportunity to see her live was an exhilarating experience. Classified as an alternative artist she offers many sides of her

  • Fall Concert Review

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    On Thursday November 19, 2013 the UNG Singers and Le Belle Voci presented their Fall Concert under the direction of Dr. John M. Broman with accompanist Mrs. Mary Beth Hutcheson. This was their second performance of the week and it took place at the Dahlonega United Methodist Church in Dahlonega, Georgia at eight o’clock pm. The concert presented many pieces sung by either the UNG singers or Le Belle Voci. However each group had one piece and composer that they mainly focused on. Presenting them with

  • Concert Review of the Cabana Boys

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    Concert Review of the Cabana Boys The Concert involved a variety of instruments performed by the "Cabana Boys." Each of the band members included: alto and tenor saxophones, a trombone, a trumpet, keyboards, bass guitar, drums, and percussion. In the beginning, four songs were performed by "Bravo!" All of which were from the Disney motion picture soundtracks which included: "Circle of Life," "A Whole New World," "Colors of the Wind," "Bells of Notre Dame," "Out There," and the finishing of

  • A Concert Review Of The Slippery Rock University Concert

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    2013, I attended a concert that I found very interesting. It took place at 7:30 pm at the First Presbyterian Church of the Covenant. The group performing was the Erie Chamber Orchestra but as a special the Slippery Rock University Concert Choir was also there. During the performance I attended, two pieces were performed. The first was a Mozart piece by the name of Symphony No. 41 or Jupiter. The second and final was the Lord Nelson Mass composed by Joseph Haydn. In this concert, the two performances

  • Concert Review of Without Sinking

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    On April 19 2014, I attended the Old Dominion University, University Dance Theatre Spring Concert 2014. Upon entering the theatre, I was not too sure what to expect. From the look of the advertisement it could be implied that this concert would focus on contemporary or modern dance elements. Once I viewed the program I developed different expectations. The artist’s biographies lead me to anticipate a variety of dance genres, to include: jazz, hip hop, modern, ballet and ballroom. The dance titles