Essay On Concert Experience

I went to the UNCC Flute Choir/ Quartet, on Monday, November24, 2003. It was held in the Rowe Recital Hall at 8:00pm. Jennifer Dior was the conductor. The first piece was the “Quatuor”. It was by Pierre Max Dubois. Four girls came onto the stage with their flutes. I was thinking the worst of this concert because it probably would have been more interesting if it were drums or guitars. There were a lot of variations through out the piece. The highs and lows of the pitches kept you on the edge of your seat. There seemed to be somewhat of a comedic melody scripted in the notes. When I heard the song, I picked up on the snippet of the Wizard of Oz theme they were playing, with the whirling and whirling. The second piece was “A Celtic Folk Song”, by Kells Waters and arranged by Kelly Via. One thing I noticed first after listening to this piece was that it was short.

A lot shorter than the music played through out the entire evening. Soft sounds were obvious through out “A Celtic Folk Song”. It started off slow and then quickly lead to a faster pace. There were a lot of variations. There were high pitch sounds that hinted to the listeners that the speed was about to change, but in all the piece was very organized, not scattered. The third piece was “Ukranian Bell Carol” arranged by Alexandra Moinar-Suhajda. The beats and rhythm gave me the feeling like the piece was meant to be serious. It was fast and then would switch to a forceful high tone. There were repiticous beats that played over and over. The Artist of the work really was meaning to get his point across. I didn’t hear any occasional embellishment of notes here and there; leading me to believe the conductor wasn’t using different variations. This made the piece to be very boring and non-entertaining. There were a few solos in the piece to where it gave the instrumental player a chance to use his virtuosity. The fourth piece was “Nutcracker Suite”.

It is by PI Tchaikovsky. This piece was probably the most enjoyable for me of the evening. There were six different part-sections that made up this piece: Miniature Overture, Danse of the Mirlitons, Chinese Danse, Arab Danse, Danse of the Sugar Plum Fairy, and March. Theme and variations were used which made a lot of anticipating and questioning. There was a lot of high pitch, crescendo moments. It also had its decrescendo moments, but not as much. The beat was very quick, almost like a fast race that wanted to be over. The fifth piece was “Colonel Bogey March”. It was by Kenneth J. Alford. This piece sounded like I had heard it before. There were a few solos, duets, and several mixtures. The end was like a slow dance, peaceful and calm. The tone wasn’t so loud and pitch not to high. A very melodically sound and then boom. Two percussion’s were added and I really liked that. My lady friend and I did not really enjoyed the music as much as the last concert we went to, The Queen City Brass Band. I dreading going to this concert just because I don’t find flutes to be all that interesting. Everyone played well it seemed and everything was arranged to perfection, it just wasn’t my cup of tea. 10 per page. You can order a custom essay on Concert now!

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