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Concert Report

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My second concert I attended was located at the Fowler Center Thursday, November 4, 2010. The Arkansas State University Wind Ensemble played several works, which gave to the title “Folksongs and War Songs”. Timothy Oliver was the main conductor and there was a guest conductor also, Dan Patterson. A classmate and I arrived to the Fowler Center on time and got settled, but neither one of knew what to expect really since we didn’t have a very sturdy musical background. Everyone on stage were playing their instruments all the same time and didn’t sound very graceful, but we came to the conclusion all the performers were practicing before show time. The lights began to ...view middle of the document...

One can hear the change from good to bad and concluding with good emerging to conquer the evil. I enjoyed this because I know several people who had to endure the conflict in Vietnam.
Mr. Oliver gave a spill about Mr. Paterson, who he studied under while in school. He explained all the accomplishments Mr. Paterson has achieved and that he was his main mentor while gradually progressing with his musical career.
The Handel in the Strand was originally composed by Percy Grainger. My preferred part from this piece was the piano performance. I have always enjoyed the sound of a piano and it has always intrigued me that someone can move their hands across the keys so swiftly.
The fourth piece of music was Walking Tune, which was inspired by old British folk tunes. From the composer above, Grainger, Larry Daehn was able to arrange this concert. The wind instruments really stood out. The melody of the music accompanied Grainger’s walking feet throughout his three day’s walk through Scotland. This was also a very beautiful piece that was very peaceful to one’s ears. This orchestra piece involved the piccolo, flutes, oboes, English horn, clarinets, bassoons and contrabassoons, horns, trumpets, the trombone, tuba and double-bass. The guest conductor, Dan Peterson,...

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