I like the call and response that is played in the section of the music. The music flows well, especially in there the transitional sections when the tempo slows down. There is a resounding theme that is always referenced too. I love this piece by Haydn. The first time I heard it, it indeed gave me a surprise.
In Rubenstein’s interpretation of the Mazurka, we get a more cohesive journey than other comparable recordings, namely Vladimir Horowitz. This is due to the general sense of pulse that continues throughout the piece, yet is still ebbs and flows. When he takes time to bring attention to a specific chord, note, or resolution, it builds anticipation for the listener. In the symmetrical minor third progression, he speeds up as he reaches the pinnacle of the passage which propels not only the rhythm, but the harmony as well upwards and upwards, making me wonder when it will come crashing down in beautiful dark wet flames. As for the octet, this recording was slightly less rubato than others that I have listened to.
Robinson elaborates on visually examining the conductor in order for the orchestra to fine-tune any tempo discrepancies between individuals and sections, as well as the majestic violas projecting their playing more often. Schuster’s comments concretely fixate on intonation with the high voices (violins), and to internalize the pulse of the music. The orchestra’s positive points include the ritardando, which was only possible through visually examining the director, uniform bowing, and an invigorated base of fundamentals. Clarity could be worked on by bowing more gradual on lower notes, applying enough pressure on the bow to achieve tone
When the theme is repeated up an octave, trills are used to fill in some of the auditory gaps. Six loud arpeggio chords in the unexpected key of E major are used to draw the listeners into the second section. The repeated octaves in the second section are what help to create the march-like melody. Crescendos are used in order to create a feeling of building
I think I liked it more because it had no singers it was just the instruments. I got more of a jazz feeling with listening to the instruments. I know the jazz we had been learning had singers, but I feel like it is better with just instruments. I feel like the instruments itself tell a story. The feeling I got with this performance was energy, a feeling of wanting to play
It is the music which is giving a feel of mysteriousness at start but becomes a pleasant happening melody after four minutes. Saxophone sound along with piano takes rounds of different melodies. Some are high pitched and some are low pitched. The mix of high and low pitches make it an interesting piece of music. Song Title: My favorite Things Artist: John Coltrane The song starts with drums and piano in background and the saxophone enters with happening melody like something interesting is being told in the form of story.
The Link above is one of my favorite song from movie “Pirates of the Caribbean” called “He is a Pirate.” This version was performed by the Auckland Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gary Daverne in November 2012 at the Auckland Town Hall. First of all, the opening of the song has a really fast tempo which creates an engaging feeling for the audiences. The harp was playing lightly at the beginning, and created a cheerful atmosphere right away. The string family was quietly played at same time. This can help the song has more textures, and makes the melody of song more colorful.
The serenade of Mozart is beautifully played in the film as much as Salieri describes it as the “music that I have never heard” and “the voice of God.” (Amadeus) The delight and peaceful melody of Mozart’s serenade seem to effectively display the appearance of young Mozart who was admired as a new great composer with a promising future. Besides the serenade, a cheerful tune of the Mozart’s operas “the Abduction from the Seraglio” and “the Marriage of Figaro” echoing from the background of the film also helps to demonstrate the Mozart’s early smooth and blithe life. After all, however, as the plot of the film enters a new phase of Mozart’s life with the death of
According to Goodall, harmony is a word that borrowed by other language to show the well-being, human warm, agreement or friendliness. In music, harmony is the vertical of pitch with a part of several pitches sounded at the same time. It unlike rhythm and melody as it was not part of music from the beginning but it is an upstart. Harmony combined pitches into chords to please our ears. Harmony is a magic compare to other elements of music.
EASY SONGS TO PLAY ON A PIANO It can be tough to find piano pieces that are easy to practice and perform. For you as a player to enjoy all your sessions, you need to find a piece that is easy for you but at the same time attractive and exciting. Here is a list of some of those. Kleines Klavierstücke No.2 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886) This piece which has a slow tempo is eminently playable and a hit with a beautiful melody. The use of pedal brings out a different dimension and makes the climax more effective, allowing the player to create an imposing performance.it however requires a strong will and dedication.