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  1. Introduction
  2. Bramwell Tovey
  3. Research before the concert
  4. Introduction to the dance
  5. The second piece (Swan Lake)
  6. Excerpts from Prokofiev's Cinderella
  7. The final piece
  8. Conclusion
  9. Works cited

For my second concert report I decided to return to Benaroya hall to further take advantage of the great deal of the ?Campus Club? (best seat available for ten dollars) and see the Seattle Symphony once more. This time they were performing a mix of pieces from various ballets. The first piece was Invitation to the Dance, composed for piano by Weber and arranged for orchestra by Berlioz. This was followed by excerpts from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake. After intermission, several pieces from Prokofiev's Cinderella were performed.

[...] The piece began with deep double basses, but as in the other ballet pieces played earlier on, moves into a waltz. This piece introduced the timbre of the harp, which I had noticed on the stage before but had not heard prominently yet. One of the melodies introduced early on reappears in the second half of the piece in a modulated form. Much of the composition in this piece is somewhat erratic sounding and evokes some dark moods. Upon reading the program more extensively, this seems to be a reaction to World War I in which Ravel took part. [...]


[...] A brief concert report For my second concert report I decided to return to Benaroya hall to further take advantage of the great deal of the ?Campus Club? (best seat available for ten dollars) and see the Seattle Symphony once more. This time they were performing a mix of pieces from various ballets. The first piece was Invitation to the Dance, composed for piano by Weber and arranged for orchestra by Berlioz. This was followed by excerpts from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake. [...]

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