CONCERT review 1 - Natalie Nguyen Gayl Zhao MUSIC 100 Section 2 Concert Review#2 I attended the Wind and Percussion Area Recital on in Holsclaw

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Natalie Nguyen Gayl Zhao MUSIC 100 Section 2 Concert Review #2 I attended the Wind and Percussion Area Recital on September 12, 2008 in Holsclaw Hall. Overall it was a very impressive and enjoyable show. The show opened with the piece “Concerto for Bassoon, opus 75” played by the bassoon (Fernando Zuniga) and piano (Chanwook Park). The music on the piano started off with much dynamic emphasis on the keys, then started to get softer, decrescendo, as the bassoon started to play. The pianist then transitioned into a higher octave consisting of very harmonious and smooth, evenly connected legato notes. The harmony of both the bassoon and the piano together made me feel like I was spinning in the middle of a green-grassy field filled with dancing white daisies. The bassoon was a great compliment to the piano, playing with a perfect pitch of neither too soft nor too loud. As the piece started to wrap up, the pianist played a bit of staccato notes and he crescendo into a dynamic close. The second piece was “Concerto, Op. 39” played by Tori Hauk (flute) and
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2008 for the course MUS 100 taught by Professor Amonson during the Fall '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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CONCERT review 1 - Natalie Nguyen Gayl Zhao MUSIC 100 Section 2 Concert Review#2 I attended the Wind and Percussion Area Recital on in Holsclaw

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