While in the previous performances, I perceived this song as a repenting of a sinner, when listening to the Pomona College Choir, I realized that there was a touch of childlike innocence to it.
The article has been named, "the Rewards of Brahms, Playful to Magisterial" in relation to the pieces of music, similar to this one, that were being played at that time.
The first piece performed during the concert was the Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten. The composition consists of three quiet and widely spaced chiming of a bell opens the Cantus in Memory of Benjamin [...]
The texture of the piece is polyphonic, and the polyphony is created through the implementation of different wind instruments: flutes, clarinets, oboe, and trumpet.
The visitors could vocally support the dancers and musicians throughout the event and exclaim during the climax moments of the performance.
Besides, the masterpieces of Shubert, Bach, and Shostakovich impressed the audience most of all and elicited applause. He was born in the 20th century, and his music is more modern.
I enjoyed the simplicity of the opening that was underscored by the use of arpeggios and a melody that was generally monophonic.
The rehearsal included all of the songs mentioned in the set list and in the end they also practiced some of the additional songs that were not put on the list.
Thus, this reflective treatise discusses the elements of rhythm and composition in the music of the Archduke Piano Trio during a live concert on June 2014 at the Laidlaw Performing Arts Centre.
The performers in the concert were Michael Gulezian, Benjamin Verdery, and Billy Dean as a special guest. Across the concert, I learnt the importance of mixture of form, rhythm, harmony, tempo, and melody to create [...]
There was, in spite of the drama of the piece and the volume of sound that the piano demonstrated, a fine balance between it and the strings.
There was serenity in the Liszt, drama and fireworks in the first and third movements of the Mendelsohn, programmatic humor and evocation in the Bartok, and moody contemplation with very familiar phrases in the Chopin.
1964 The Tribute apparently has the blessing of the families of the Beatles for their loving interpretation of the Fab Four.
On the one hand, the polyphonic texture and the development of several voices can be explained with the author's focus on the integration of the Chinese element into the performance for the purpose of supporting [...]
When I got a copy of the pamphlet I was very ecstatic to see attend the concert because the pieces the band are playing are musical scores from my favorite movies. The next piece was [...]
Spanning over fifteen decades, from the early 1600s to the mid-eighteenth century, Baroque epoch passed under the sign of rich ornamentation and fanciful designs which were the part and parcel of many a work of [...]
The material of the first part is repeated, and at the end of the Overture the harmonic balance of the orchestra is assaulted by sudden sounds of trombones, as if questioning the achieved harmony.
This could not be overlooked by the creative part of society: the musicians of the century reflected the tendency to intellectualism, scientific perception of the world, and mechanization processes in their works.
Culminating in the sounds of brass, the agitation slowly fades, giving way to a counterpoint of a military theme in the wind woods and a broad lyrical melody of the strings.
The program ranged from the solidly classical to examples from the innovators of chromatic music. The audience was appreciative and respectful of the pieces and the group's efforts.
The Genesis Gospel Choir pushed the envelope of the gospel genre at a recent concert. It was a bit disappointing that the titles and composers of the pieces were not listed in the program.
The audience was very impressed by the idea as they were able to enjoy some of the popular pieces of music from other genres. It was interesting to see the diversification in the pieces of [...]
The fact that the Romeros identify as the masters of the guitar attracted many people to the concert. The orchestra and the performance by the conductor, Jahja Ling moved the crowd.
The lady was mainly doing the vocals while one of the gentlemen was playing the piano, the other was playing an oboe and the last one was playing a bassoon.
It is hypnotic and sensuous, with what seems like an unvarying single beat, surrounded by the swirl of a melody that stays largely in major key.
The performers who looked fabulous with black and white suits rounded up with a variety of musical attires rocked the hall and kept the audience anticipating the show.
The three characteristics were the dynamics, intonation and ensemble where the intonation was brought about by the string quartet playing, the dynamics brought by the careful modulation and the ensemble bringing in a complete experience [...]
There is a smooth rhythm between the audience, the artist and even the venue of the concert. I felt strongly connected to the rhythm of the music and I was moved to the point of [...]
The pieces were performed beautifully; actually, I got a sense of satisfaction and deep rumination of the Christmas season because of the expressive execution of the pieces by the band and the choir.
Mentioning the victims of the revolution at the end of the song is the climax of the episode, indicating the seriousness of the students' intentions.
The lighting and the special effects became a valuable contribution to the performance, intensifying the impression from the beautiful music and the personal charm of the talented performers.
Getting the syllables out and staying on key AND keeping up with the speed of the music is, naturally, a challenge for the singer, and the clarity of the words is the element that seems [...]
2 is one of the most remarkable stories in the world of classical music. Le Grand Tango for violin and piano is one of the most beautiful masterpieces in classical music.
The structure of the music resembled a polyphonic tone, and its purpose was to create a bridge to the last musical piece.
In particular, I could hear the dissonance in voice and piano and, at the same time, it was possible to feel how the piano catches each amplified tone of the voice. The song is written [...]
I would characterize the pitch of the whole performance as high, because the major part of the piece was played in high pitch and tempo.
The orchestra concert I have to evaluate and discuss is exciting and unique because it represents a beautiful combination of the works by such great composers like Strauss and Tchaikovsky, Schoenberg and Barber.