Concert Report III
Every one has favorite kind of music, but it is important to learn different style of music it is a way to enriched our knowledge about Music. Before I stared my class of music, I had never been in classical concert and in most concerts that I had assisted was of Latin Music or Peruvian folklore. However Last Saturday, I had a pleasure to attended to my Third classical concert in the Warren Atherton Auditorium, and the concert was performed by the Stockton Symphony Orchestra in company of the honorable Judge William J Murray who was the speaker also we enjoy the presentation of Patricia Shands who play the Clarinet. We had been enjoyed the concert for two hours. On the stage, the majority of the performers were middle-aged; they wore nice and elegant black suit for the occasion. The presentation was directed by Pete Jaffe who wore a nice and elegant black tuxedo; the musical director seemed to love his job; although, his movement with the wand was sometimes exaggerated, I really felt his passion, dynamic, and energy of the music he had presented. There were many musical instruments used in the concert; such as, Violin I and II, Viola, Cello Bass, Flute, Piccolo, Clarinet, Bass clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Trumpet, trombone, bass trombone, Tuba, Percussion, and Harp. Those instruments helped to make the music sound much harmonious and melodious.
First, I had the opportunity to hear the “Lincoln Portrait,” Which was composed by the American composer Aaron Copland. The work involves a full orchestra, on the moment of the climax it was emphases on the brass section. This piece of music is a way to memory at Abraham Lincoln who was the Sixteenth President of The United States. This was excellent because the music started with the tone largo and lento after few minutes of the performance Judge William accompanied the musician, he was the guess narrator about the excerpts of Abraham Lincoln’s great document while the musician was playing...