Concert Review 2 - Natalie Nguyen Gayl Zhao MUSIC 100...

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Natalie Nguyen Gayl Zhao MUSIC 100 Section 2 Concert Review #1 I attended Pamela Decker’s Organ Recital on September 7, 2008 in Holsclaw Hall. Overall I thought that the performance was very interesting yet not for me. The performance opened up with “El Tigre” and right as Decker walked on stage, I heard a man behind me state, “She’s wearing a long flow-y skirt to cover her foot movement on the foot pedals,” which I thought was very interesting and clever. The first piece started off a bit scary with a dark tone and a low pitch. I had never ever watched an organ performance before so it was very intriguing to watch Decker play. Unlike the common piano that I’ve been accustomed to watch, the organ had three sets of keyboards stacked on top of each other with not three foot-pedals, like the common piano, but at least two full octaves of foot pedals. It was thrilling to watch Decker’s feet dance among all of the foot pedals as her hands played on two different keyboards at once! I was also wondering
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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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