Two Concerts Review
Baroque Cello Recital appears to be the best due to the arrangement of the flow of ideas in it. The mood of the recital is also appropriate and helps one get the message. There is a good interaction of tones that create harmony. This also makes it enjoyable since there is a good sequence of tones that create a good tempo.
There are several elements applied in the recital that make it enjoyable to listen to due to the successful integration of tones. I could sense the varied emotions by the look at their faces. I could also observe the emotions by how the presenters raised and lowered the pitches. The most identical element applied in the Baroque Recital is melody and this has been integrated with other elements to give harmony to the recital. Tone has been applied in creating harmony in the recital by making it move up and down. This has created rhythm in the recital making it enjoyable to listen to. The recital makes use of different sounds with varying accentuation thereby creating rhythm. Texture is also observed in the recital where it has been integrated with other elements to achieve harmony. There is a well organized interaction between different pitches and tones in the recital that creates rhythm. This makes the recital enjoyable due to the achieved harmony together with rhythm.
I could also realize the changing tempo of the recital by the way different elements were used. There is an excellent combination of tones making a good rhythm in the recital. The ideas also flow in a good sequence making it possible for one to get the message. In the same way, there is a good combination of tempo, which makes the mood of the recital interesting. Towards the end of the recital, there is a changing mood, which helps one get the message in the recital. In order to exhibit this, the mood changes towards the end of the recital.
The message in the poem is also clear together with the environmental setting. The tonal variation in the recital serves different purposes making the recital attractive and enjoyable. The major purpose of the achieved tonal variation is to create rhythm in the recital. The variation and interaction of different sounds serve to create harmony. Different pitches in the sounds produced bring tonal variation and harmony in the recital. The other purpose of tonal variation in the recital is to bring out the message and different moods in the recital. This enhances the message being passed to the audience.
The mood of the recital is not pleasing since the recital ends in a low mood. This is reflected in the message being passed to the audience. This affects the overall spirit of the recital mainly because of the low mood. The environmental setting of the recital has been well chosen because it shows good interaction between the external environment and the message being passed. This has also been enhanced by the variation of tones as the recital comes to an end. Texture has also been observed in the Soprano Recital by the successful interaction of different pitches used in the presentation. The varying tones and pitches make the recital enjoyable by varying the moods, especially towards the end of the recital. Tempo is also observed where speed is varied from one part to another. The varying of speed during the recitation plays two major roles. There is a good flow of ideas in the recital making it easy to comprehend. In the same way, there is a good interaction of different elements like rhythm and tonal variation which have played vital roles in making the recital enjoyable.
The environmental setting of the recital is also correctly chosen. This coincides with the mood of the recital. In order to correctly show this, the mood keeps on changing in the recital especially at the end. This plays a vital role in passing the message of the recital. This is reinforced by texture, which makes use of different pitches making it successful in creating harmony in the recital.
The recital makes use of different types of elements applied in music. One of the most evident is tempo, which has been successfully combined with other elements in achieving a good flow in the recital. Together with tempo, rhythm is made by combining different tones in the recital. I could observe the presenters express different facial expressions while presenting. There was a successful combination of different facial expressions. There is also rising and falling tones towards the end of the recital, which plays a vital role in it. In the same way, there are different elements combined to make the recital interesting and easy for one to get the message. One of such elements is the use of tonal variation. One area that makes the use of tonal variation is towards the end of the recital. There is evidence of rising tone at the end of the recital, and this helps change the mood of the recital. In the same way, the rising tone creates harmony in the recital when combined with other elements in the recital.
I could hear the presenters make use of varied pitches of sounds when presenting. One group could raise their voices, and I could identify their facial expressions as they tried to express different moods. The use of varying speed creates room for the audience to comprehend the message of the recital. A higher speed is used to recite in areas where there is a good mood. Tempo is also used to create rhythm in the recital by the use of varying speed to achieve a pattern in the recital. This makes the recital interesting and, at the same time, the audience is able to get the message of the recital.