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    professional musician as part of a symphony orchestra and a specific goal is to become the principal player the section. One of the reasons I’ve decided to have professional musician as my career option is because I’ve been preparing most to have this career as my job. I have been playing the violin for almost 10years and ever since I started the violin, I’ve always been participating in some kind of music program. I have played in 6 different youth symphony orchestras, performed as a soloist ,and have played

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    Instruments of the Orchestra Strings: The viola is an important member of the orchestra, but is not often heard by itself. Because it is bigger than the violin, with longer strings, it makes a rich, warm sound that is lower in pitch. In contrast to the viola the violin is the smallest member of the string family. Because its strings are the shortest, it produces the highest sound. The viola is a little heavier, and its shape is slightly different, too. But it is still played on the violist’s left

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    from the faraway. A brief summarization of clarinet history and manufacturers, classical and classical jazz clarinet performers, classical clarinet and jazz composers (song writers), classical repertoires, well known old days jazz music, and famous orchestras, the Colorado and Philadelphia ones. History and Manufacturers Chalumeau or single-reed woodwind is a predecessor of nowadays clarinet and was made in late 1600s. In 1700s the woodwind maker from Germany Johann Christoph Denner improved the chalumeau

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    I went to the chicago symphony orchestra performance on friday the 27th of November. I have never been to a professional orchestra performance before and I can say that this was far from what i expected. I really liked this performance as it was interesting and fun and seeing the maturity and experience that comes from a professional orchestra was a very cool thing. It was a great length at about an hour and a half and kept my attention all throughout. Throughout the night, I heard a collection

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    The Winter Orchestra Concert on March 10 was amazing. The first band was Concert Orchestra. The first piece they played was Allegro by J.H. Fiocco, arranged by E.D. Borgo. This song had an equal tone quality. The violins were great with keeping up with the tempo. It sounded like one instrument the blending was amazing. The violins had awesome sixteenth note runs. It was also a constant dynamic it was forte. The intonation of the performers was good. The balance between the instruments was also equal

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    On April 30, 2014, I attended a symphony orchestra at CSU. This is my first time attending a symphony concert; going into the concert I did not think that I would like the concert and the environment also I did not think that there was going to be a lot of people coming. At the beginning of the concert the conductor introduced himself and the symphony and talked about the history of it and played a little bit of each of the four movements and explained everything about them. The Symphony No. 5 in

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    There are an incredibly wide range of sounds and noises and when combined in a melodious way they can form music. There are also many different instruments to create music ranging from brass instruments to drums. When the Spanish Harlem Orchestra came to play at the Eisenhower Auditorium on Thursday, November 9th, they brought an impressive array of instruments. The music they performed was beautiful and the performance overall was successful. While the performance was successful overall, there

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    When explaining band and orchestra, they can be further broken down into different groups. Orchestra can be further broken down into string orchestra and symphony orchestra while the band can be broken down into jazz band and rock band. These classifications separate musicians into different musical groups depending what type of music and instruments they play, Children are given the opportunity to play an instrument starting their fifth-grade year. Many kids, however, do not know whether they want

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    The “mystery piece” is a very unique musical piece that presenting the dialogue between the pianist and the orchestra. The music piece begins with the orchestra. It sounds energy and heavy. It takes attention to audience in order to present the strong and angry emotion. The tempo and melody are unstable. Until 0:18’’ the piano begins to play, everything is changing. The music becomes soft and light that makes audience feels relaxed. The melody is stable that makes audience more peaceful. In the dynamics

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    On Wednesday, November 16, 2016, the QC Orchestra performed three different flute concertos in Samuel J. and Ethel Lefrak Concert Hall. The three concertos include Mozart’s Flute Concerto in G Major, K 313, Reinecke’s Flute Concerto in D major op.283 and Ibert’s Flute Concerto op. 37. Mozart’s Flute Concerto opened with a familiar ritornello which played by the string instruments. At the beginning, the dynamic of the ritornello was forte then it changed to piano. When the flute was soloing, the

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