The amount of time I spent at the concert was about an hour and a half. The printed program was highly informative, and it included program notes. The program included information such as when the composers lived and other biographical information on each of the performers. While skimming through the program you cannot only see the different pieces that will be performed but also who wrote them. Throughout the concert I found myself getting bored frequently; not because of the performance itself, but because I am not really into classical music.
However there is me, I care about music, moreover, I also pity for people. Feeling unwanted is something that is unfortunately mutual among teens. Everyone may not prefer the same sort of music I enjoy and I may dislike what others appreciate. It is uncalled for, consequently, I believe that everyone should. This is a reflective essay based on my experience whilst on my external placement in one of the local community hospital. I have chosen this incident specially as I used my communication skills and interpersonal skills when caring for a patient who is suffering from advanced dementia. I will be using Gibbs reflective model to structure my essay by allowing me to look at the incident from a number of perspectives.
Report on My Visit of Classical Music Concert "Endings"
Halfway through freshman year, I switched to playing the tenor saxophone. I switched a couple different reasons, one being that I had a better chance of moving up to the higher band since there were less tenors. I had been the only girl since fifth grade so this was a huge change for me. By the end of the first week of band camp I realized this is what I wanted to do in high school. Band camp was long, arduous, and sweaty.
In so doing, I will be analyzing the ways in which Schumann set the music in a fashion that emphasized the structure and emotional content of the poetry. As Schumann set music to the various poems. Robert Schumann used a variety of musical elements to support the text of.