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“Mozart” Ambassador Auditorium – Pasadena, CA January 20, 2007 Music 21
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On January 20, 2007, the California Philharmonic orchestra performed various classical pieces at the Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena, CA. The venue was fairly crowded, filled with throngs of well-dressed and elegant individuals. The physical aspects of the event site included a stage, a main floor, and a balcony overlooking the stage. The orchestra consisted of about a hundred performers, as well as the conductor, Victor Vener. The musicians played a multitude of compositions by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, including “Don Giovanni,” “Le nozze de Figaro,” “Cosi fan tutte,” and “Symphony No. 39 in E-flat Major.” Listening to and watching the music live is quite different than hearing it on a stereo. The radio only imitates a sound that an instrument produces. At a live music concert, however, one can experience the sound firsthand. Hearing how different instruments compliment one another provides a whole new kind of
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