concert report

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http://www.sfsymphony.org/Buy-Tickets/2017-18/Gers...

The information about the concert is in the link.

I. MUSICAL DESPRIPTION. This is a description of what you heard. CHARACTERIZE the music : "happy," "dance like," "restless," etc. Use a separate paragraph for EACH piece. Avoid writing a "blow-by-blow" account. What was the music like? Avoid creating little stories of scenes that may have been suggested by the music, but describe the mood.

II. SUBJECTIVE REACTION: This is your personal response to the music. Use a SINGLE paragraph to describe this reaction. Reflect on ALL the pieces you heard. You can express your likes and dislikes. DO NOT WRITE a separate paragraph for each work.

III. THE PERFORMANCE: Write what you thought of the performance as a whole. Were you impressed? Would you go hear the same group or artist again? Was there a single aspect of the concert that stood out in your memory?

1500–2000 words minimum. YOU WILL BE GRADED ON: Appearance, grammar, spelling and content.


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edwinExpert
School: UIUC

Hi, How was your day? Find attached report for eeview. Let me know should you require further assitance.

Running head: CONCERT REPORT

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Concert Report
Student’s Name
University Affiliation
Professor’s name
Course title
Date

CONCERT REPORT

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Concert Report
Musical description
On Saturday the 26th of May 2018 I had a rare opportunity to experience the expertise of
Pianist Kirill Gerstein as he performed Brahm’s Piano Concerto No.1 with the San Francisco
Symphony. Kirill Gerstein is an acclaimed pianist, and his performance left no doubt as to why
he is famous (Sfsymphony.org, 2018). The concerto can be described as a true masterpiece, one
that uplifts and sends waves of spiritual pleasure to the audience and beyond. The concerto
creates a mixture of feelings and moods from happy to excited as well as to feeling low and high
all at the same time.
Brahm’s Piano Concerto No.1 is divided into three major movements that are the
maestoso (D-minor), the Adagio and the allegro non troppo (Brahms, 2004). The maestoso, for
instance, sends a wave of emotions such as excitements as one listens to it while its slow aspects
create a somber mood among the audience. The rapid highs and lows of the maestoso so create a
lively mood that moves the audience through a series of high and low emotional points. The
maestoso can be termed as a price that is characterized by eruptions of emotions. The
cataclysmic low D thunders across the hall, and the strong sound of strings further create
powerful tension among the audience. As the D minor plays, it creates a soft, melancholy
melody that creates feelings of bliss and relaxation. The gentleness of the music during this piece
creates the feeling of peace and tranquility in the minds of the audience (Sfsymphony.org, 2018).
Additionally, the maestoso provides a cleaning and peaceful tone to the music in addition to
creating a lively mood within the audience. Furthermore, the music has a gleeful side to it
helping the audience just to smile and release their inhibitions. The soothing mood created by
this piece kept the audience active and engaged with the music being produced. The realized

CONCERT REPORT

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music in D minor creates a soft breeze of music and emotion that help to calm the audience. The
piece provides an opportunity to gain emotional release from ...

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Anonymous
Excellent job

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