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    Concert Reflection Paper

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    then came right back to the calmness. It was clear to hear the form of ABA or ternary form in the piece. The first section was the peaceful section, which was pleasing to the ear. The next section, B, was more tense which became suddenly louder, but then returns to the sense of peace. The piece that I was most impressed with was “Spiral” for Three Cellos. Before they began, one girl gave some background about the piece that I found extremely interesting. She stated that the piece was originally written for one cello, while later it was…

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    If the cellos sat on the outside, or if the violins sat in the middle, this would look very strange. Again, this has to do with the way we sit now being considered the norm. Any change in our formation would catch the audience off guard, as the audience consists of mostly our family members who have grown used to seeing us sit the certain way we sit now. Therefore, whenever people watch an orchestra perform, they expect the violins on the outside and the cellos and violas on the inside, and the…

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    111, I found the first movement to be extremely interesting, especially because of the time signature that it was written in. It appears that the first movement is written in 9/8, which I was not expecting to hear. The first movement puts a lot of the focus onto the cello, which I enjoyed listening to. The sound of the cello was prominently featured, which I enjoyed. It seems that the violins imitate the sound the cello is producing about twenty seconds into the piece, which creates almost a…

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    Functionalism

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    are vastly over scaled so that they read from the street and provide the proper visual termination to the upward movement. Such an achievement in height, of course, was based on the exploratory work of Jenney, Adler, and Sullivan, but the monumental impulse was much different from that in Chicago’ Melnikov in his work not only has overdrawn with classical traditions of architecture but also protested against the machine aesthetic of Le Corbusier and has expressed that into a much more…

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    Beethoven, again only introduced the first movement: I. Allegro Moderato. Dr. Yu-Mei Huang (violin), Brendan Townsend (cello), and Dr. Fritz Gechter (piano), were an all absolutely outstanding trio and show cased a beautiful composition of Chamber Music. As being recognized as a student of Dr. Huang’s, it is a great honor to watch her play, the perfect pitch of the notes she plays are so pleasing to hear and her bow stroke is like watching a napkin tied to a string gracefully flying in the air.…

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    and showed that very much throughout the book. Jules also tried to protect Luna from the truth about her mother this only caused Luna to be even more mad at him though. Another main character is Oliver he is the boy that plays the cello and lives across the street. He had curly reddish blonde hair that Luna adors. Oliver is a good kid he plays the cello well enough to have a concert in France and is just a well rounded kid. One problem with Oliver is that his father is very insistent that he…

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    If I Stay Characters

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    planes what to do with their day off. Mia looks in the newspaper and sees news about her boyfriend Adam 's band. She planned to go to his concert that night, but she also wants to practice her cello. Mia is a passionate and gifted cellist who is confident that her recent audition will gain her an acceptance into Juilliard. Unfortunately she left her cello at school and is unable to rehires, so she decides to spend quality time…

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    River and gently plays out the theme of love with high,low and gyral music shown below: After this section, lively ‘development’ section comes, alternating with violin solo and the whole orchestra interpreting their joyful days in school (refers to the Chinese folktale – Liang-Zhu). The violin solo and the answer of cello are like the two people meeting and talking where the music is happy and delightful. The movement ends with a ‘recapitulation’ with changes to a slower tempo interpreting…

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    The Violin Research Paper

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    By the end of the 17th century, the viol family had been replaced almost completely by the invention of the violin, since the violin was unique in its contrasts with the viol, and was more broad in sound (The Story of Music 41). The violin was invented when "Andrea Amati (ca. 1511–1580) of Cremona, Italy invented the violin and was among the first generation of makers to create the standard sizes of cello, viola, and violin in their classic modern shapes" (Powers). There were others that…

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    and how it interacts with occupation and cultural perception. Some significant points that show this exploration of personal identity include the symbolism and comparison of the two cellos to Daigo, the journey towards Daigo’s job as a Nokanshi agent, and Daigo’s relationship and rediscovery of his father. Together, these themes provide insight into not only Daigo’s identity, but the theme of identity…

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