Concert Review #1 - MUS 102 Prof. Curtis Peacock January...

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MUS 102 Prof. Curtis Peacock January 31, 2007 Concert Review #1 I attended the Second CWU Symphony Orchestra Concert on January 24 th at 3:15 pm. I was shocked by the lack of attendance for the concert since it offered some amazing pieces of music and very talented performers. The first piece, conducted by CWU student Kim Roy, was Die Zauberflöte Overture by Mozart. It had a very unique and interesting opening with abrupt stops and short bursts of different chords. Then, there was a very distinct motive that started in the middle section. Next came a beautifully contrasting section in melodies between the flutes and clarinets and the violins and other string instruments, and continued until it reached the climax. The ending was also as abrupt as the beginning, leaving the audience with an electric and energetic feeling. The next piece, Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73 by J. Brahms, was separated into four sections and conducted by four different people. The first section, Allegro non
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This essay was uploaded on 04/12/2008 for the course MUS 102 taught by Professor Curtispeacock during the Winter '07 term at Central Washington University.

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