Piano Music Critique

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After listened several time of the absolute piano music, my feeling is very complex and I have a lot of words to say. First of all, I want to appreciate the composer and pianist. That is because both of you created the wonderful music for us. I thank for your contributions to the human race. So I just want to say how much I appreciate both of you and I want to also say that stay strong. History will remember both of you.

In the second place, I want to talk about the piano music in some specific areas. This piece of the piano music consists of seven parts. From part No.2 to part No.7, each part is about a tale. In my opinion, the thesis of the music is legends and tales. When audiences enjoy the absolute music, the first image come into their mind is a series of fairy tales. That is the advantage of absolute music. It provides a large space for people to imagine. At the beginning part of music, the sound is very gentle and leads the audiences to a fairy tale kingdom. In the first part, music is gentle and brings a lot of joy to the audiences.
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At the time of 6:33 and 7:20, the tune was very different than before. In my mind, the tune sound more like the Turkish March. The tune was very melody in this part and bought more enjoyment for the audiences. The fourth part of the music is Ugly Duckling. The rhythm in this part was fast and lively. The scene in my mind is a family of ducklings walk in a line. And then the rhythm became stranger. That means our hero ugly duckling came out. All the ducks laugh at our hero because of his ugliness. At the end of this part, the music turned to soft and elegant. That is a signal to show a good ending. As we all know, ugly duckling became a beautiful white swan in the end. It means Beauty can be found in almost anything. That which seems ugly at first might be transformed into something beautiful, or might attain a sense of beauty

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