Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Comparison Between Piano Concert By Barbara Wieman And Sacramento Cham

Comparison Between Piano plan by Barbara Wieman and Sacramento Chamber OrchestraOn Feb 20,1997, I attended a lenient concert that was performed by BarbaraWieman. The performance was held at the American River College Music partchoir room. The choir room holds about 100 people and all(prenominal) seat was taken andstudents were seated on the floor. The audience was dressed episodic as e reallyonewas students seek to do their concert papers. Barbara Weiman was also dressed passing(a) except nice. The piano concert started at 1220pm and was finished at 105pm.The program started with a mankind from L.V.Beethoven called Sonata in F minor, Op.57. This turn can be characterized by anintense, dramatic use of displace dynamics. It was as if the crescendo wasnot allowed to climax, then is aborted by a emergent change to pianissimo. The socalled Beethoven motif was used throughout the piece, very effectively I mightadd. Barbara Wieman was very animated performing this piece and s eemed to bevery emotional plot playing. This piece was very plain and there was aneffective use of rests that was displayed. I would call this piece very serious. subsequently Beethoven we were treated to F. Schuberts Impromptu in G straightaway Major, Op.90, No.3. This piece was very pleasing to the ear so we could call thisconsonant. The medicinal drug seemed to flow and had a great rhythm. This piece wasromantic in spirit and probably that is why it was written in the romantic era.C. Debussy s Feux dartifice (fireworks) was the side by side(p) piece played. Theharmony was very obscured in this piece of music. The theme trying to bepresented in this piece was as if fireworks were going off. The notes wereever ever-changing and there was a very good uses of all the keys of the piano.This piece was not very pleasing at all and I did not vex for it at all.From looking around the room it seemed other people would agree. After thatunpleasant piece was played we were lead into La Cathedrale engloutie (TheSunken Cathedral). It was very slow starting but eventually started building thetempo and then seemed to drop off and become very slow in tempo. This pieceseemed as if it were trying to tell a story. Alot of people seemed as if th... ...ught us back with a touchingrecollection of the very beginning of the work.The Bartok serenade was in three movements. It can be best described ascontinuous, fascinating, exciting and full of action. The melodies were strong,as were the rhythmic pulses and dissonances. So much was fortuity that all youcould do was go for the ride and enjoy it. The last study piece was by Copland,called Concerto for Clarinet and String Orchestra with Harp and Piano.The Copland piece was in 2 movements bridged by an unusually long cadenza(Soloist), that lasted over three minutes. The soloist seemed to dwell onthe lyric sweetness of the first movement and then signaled the merriment ofthe jiffy movement. The first part struck me as very slo w but the second partwas very rhythmic,very perky, and was passed around appreciatively by all,while the piano and clarinet were trading ideas with each other. All in all,this piece signaled vehemence and was made very enjoyable with the clarinetand piano. As this was my first Chamber Concert I was not sure what to expect.I thoroughly enjoyed myself and Im looking forrad to my next concert.

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