spring recital may 5

spring recital may 5 - Kelsey Knutsen Music for Listeners...

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Kelsey Knutsen Music for Listeners – section 2 A college education can offer one who obtains it a wide array of benefits. Whether one comes to college with aspirations of becoming a scientist, journalist or whatever it may be – an education is certainly what you make of it. For the music department at SUNY Oneonta, many music majors as well as others come to them with hopes of channeling their emotions and dreams into an instrument and into music. They work hard and strive for excellence with the help of the professors and faculty surrounding them. These students gathered in the Fine Arts building on May 5 th , 2010, and showcased some of their hard work at the spring recital. The first student to perform was Jared Gates, whom had the voice of a tenor. He was accompanied by Kim Paterson on the piano. The first song he sang was Widmung , by Robert Schumann. The tempo was slower, with a straight rhythm and the feel of a waltz. It had a lot of consonance. The mood was very relaxed, and the timbre was very focused and bright. The next song he performed was Allerseelen , by Richard Strauss. The tempo was slower as well, and incorporated a lot of rubato. The mood was
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course MUSC 101 taught by Professor Madson during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Oneonta.

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