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  1. Introduction
  2. The 'Sound of the Bossa Nova concert'
  3. The performance of 'little hand'
  4. 'You're Wonderful' written and directed by Debbie Clement
  5. Conclusion

The ?Sound of the Bossa Nova concert' was held in Recital hall, building 26 and Room 220, in the Grossmont College at 6:30 pm Sunday, March 9. It was an enlightening and entertaining music experience where various types of instruments were played. The concert was divided into two distinct parts, the interlude between them was about twenty minutes. This report will primarily focus on the music pieces that were played in the concert.

The first part of the Bossa Nova concert mainly comprised of the diverse and colorful instruments and rhythm of Melonie Grinnell, Justin Grinnell and Derek Cannon. In addition, Richard Sellers and Tripp Sprague, special guests, were in the mix. The general rhythm of the instruments was created a dark tone, as the steady tempo and the continuo bass working their magic to create the atmosphere. Initially, before researching for the paper after the concert, I would have described the harmonies produced by the patron as irritating. They were unusual and difficult to consume at the time, however, I learnt that the sudden bursts of energy were symbolic in an emotional sense (Latham, 2002). For example, the accompanied soprano melodies had bursts of excitement that were supposed to represent anger.

[...] The harmonies in the background complemented the instruments and helped create an intense atmosphere; in terms of emotion, Listening to the piece was an intensely stimulating experience. I think that it was fitting such a piece to be in the Bossa Nova concert. ?You're Wonderful' written and directed by Debbie Clement (Hamilton, 2005) was the next performance. It held a relatively constant note for the entire duration of the presentation. The pattern of the piece was therefore relatively easy to decode. The instruments took turns at creating the melody and maintaining a relatively unchanged pattern. [...]


[...] Bossa Nova Concert Report The ?Sound of the Bossa Nova concert' was held in Recital hall, building 26 and Room 220, in the Grossmont College at 6:30 pm Sunday, March 9. It was an enlightening and entertaining music experience where various types of instruments were played. The concert was divided into two distinct parts, the interlude between them was about twenty minutes. This report will primarily focus on the music pieces that were played in the concert. The first part of the Bossa Nova concert mainly comprised of the diverse and colorful instruments and rhythm of Melonie Grinnell, Justin Grinnell and Derek Cannon. [...]

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