He announced that the pieces that were played were works of Mozart, including the 39th Symphony. The piece was my favorite out of all because the music flowed like a storyline. This beginning of this piece was overwhelming in contrast, with loud tones from deep instruments and soft notes from what sounded like wind instruments.
In the middle of this piece it was dull and slowly moving, the violins and larger string instruments were playing. The ending was almost like someone was running from authority, dramatic and climatic.While playing pieces before The 39th homophony, the conductor seemed more like the center of attention, playing the violin vigorously. It almost was like the rest of the orchestra was just filling with back-round music. Along with the help of the orchestra, the conductor played with talent and heart, reaching out to every individual with deep emotional sounds. The music was almost soul soothing and gave me a warm feeling inside. The first piece that was played sounded like a love song.
It was mellow and slow. The piece was romantic, almost as if someone was about to propose.The solo violin dominated the piece beautifully. The second piece played had a quicker rhythm to it. It moved along almost as if children were playing gracefully in the park. This piece also focused primarily on the solo violin. Other instruments followed the violin’s lead, playing the same verse halfway after the violin started in many cases, making it polyphonic.
I am used to an audience at a baseball game yelling constantly and movement between innings. This new experience was different although. The audience clapped after long stretches of pieces and there was a break called an intermission.I noticed the large drum like instruments towards the back of the stage, the outer layer was brass like. Many string instruments looked the same, just differing in size and sound. This concert was unique in my life experiences. I would have never thought I’d attend a classical music concert and semi-enjoy it.
Feel as if this is a life lesson to be learned, in that I should never judge something until I fully experience it. I’m glad they played Mozart because it was more intricate than something composed in the renaissance era.