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The primary query I asked myself at the start of the quarter was how much do I in point of fact know about music and live performances? I have always exemplified any musical performances as a combination of rhythmic and instrumental variety of music. For my concert review, I went to witness the concert of organised by the department of fine arts at the cole auditorium, clarkstone campus on Wednesday september 22, 2010. The concert consisted of various pieces from reknown artist like Edvard Grieg with the 1881 norgeian dances to a masterpiece by Francois Poulenc in his famous Sonate. On my account, I was quite impressed by the performances such as the Norwegian Dance No. 2 andVivaldi Harp Concerto I. Allegro which i have watched. These performances are extremely good as they warm my heart like the "summer" sun and they put "springs" on my steps. They actually display the high degree of the performers, creativity. These performers tried to exploit their talents and I feel that they tried to make use of most of the relevant musical aspects.
As a person with lots of interest in various artistic works, in my own right i tend to conqure that all the performers exemplified to a great length a high degree of perfomance. They excelled in amicably using their talents in the usage of musical instruments and they literaly rocked the audience. The musical instrument wre put to the right use and the variation in voice as well as harmony was quite excellent. For instance, I noted this in two perfomances that is Norwegian Dances Op. 35 (1881) staged by duo pianist susan and carole as well as in Concerto for Two Trumpets, where the perfomance required the use of a piano as well as a trumpet.
An Allegro performance requires the application of various instruments which includes such as as flute and the piano which a strongly agree were put to better use by perfomers in Hai già vinta la causal...Vedre mentr'io sospiro.
In all the performances, there was an excellent blend between the music composition and the work heard. Although the performers lacked in composure, i could not fail to recognize the extraordinally music aspect potrayed. There was total cordination between the body movements and the music tempo - ranging from fast to slow - which worked quite perfect to propagate the continuity of the show and thus making it more thrilling and entertaining. By Listening to the music, there ensued a very sweet and fascinating sound like that of birds in the initial moments of "spring" along with nice thrill twittering of the instruments.
It was like hearing a kind of a bubbling stream which flows along in a very gentle running musical notes, some rumbles of thunder, lighting cracks and some kind of spring rainfall. This melody is singable and contains a lively rhythm that characterizes much of highly extravagant stock of techniques. This music delivers explainable authority and impressive techniques which gives a very careful attention to line in the slow movements and keeping the rhythms and articulation crisp in the fast ones. The duet produced from the piano and the flute in Fantasie brillante sur Carmen produced musical notes with desirable presence and clarity to the varied instrumental confugurations.
In the Là ci darem la mano, the performers professionally harmmonised the musical instruments with the matching from the vocals. I accreditate the composers for the reason that they made good use of the the violin, the organ, the flute and the piano. On the contrary, although they did stage a fantastic perfomance, their choral variation didnt articulate so well and this hampered the original music aspect, interpretation as well as the composition.
The piano player's spirit authenticity Hai già vinta la causal...Vedre mentr'io sospiro produced a blend of warm, naturally balanced and timbrally true sonic image of piano recording of this high quality enhances the artistic expertise of the pianist. Raising the overall pitches of their voice for some seconds creates urgency and shows passion for the subject matter. It also seems to relax their voice boxes.
Hai già vinta la causal...Vedre mentr'io sospiro portrays the composer as a brilliant and successive by staging such an incredible performance. His performance is full of emotions which to my opinion cannot please other people especially those in power. There are some pictures of naked people in this performance which are a bit scaring.
Proper use of musical instruments is depicted in Piangere la sorte mia performance. Although the performers gave the impression of being blind but they effectively executed the entire performance. The lyrics were inherent in this performance and the performance depicts that the composer had a creation of dramatic oratorio force of his own musical imaginations.
On the other hand, the Sonate song displays the performers as a very experienced professional in using a flute. The music tones are quite good, of high quality and the stage performance is spectacular. The excellent use of the piano by the duet enhanced the flow and harmony and makes this particular performance more interesting. His artistic work seems to be so individual i.e. self taught. The music is also tuneful and I strongly believe that this was composer's best strength. the performance is related to bright color, strong clear rhythms and diatonic musical harmonics. To my opinion
Going through the above show I gain much performance experiences, ranging from tones production to instruments management. I also realize that when everything is properly organized the outcome is always admirable. By applying some of the experiences obtained from the Norwegian Dance No. 2 andVivaldi Harp Concerto I. Allegro and other performances, one can be able to come up with artistic perfomances that are appreciated by greater part of my audience. From my cross analysis of all the perfomance watched, i discover that harps, flutes and organs are vital instruments in many performances.