Jul 22, 2019 in Music

E-Concert Report

Introduction

A concerto is usually an arrangement or musical presentation that involves a single central performer accompanied by a group of musicians that supports the music that the soloist presents. Basically, this presentation evolves in the heightened attention given to the soloist. It is very seldom that a concerto heightens the attention given to two musicians who are expected to deliver musk altogether at the same time. Blending in this particular part of the presentation is vital. It could be noticed that somehow, the differentiated approach when it comes to solo presentations compared to that of the double musician concertos.

Within this observation paper, an e-concert shall be discussed based on the implicative procedures by which the musicians have been presented based on the support of the other musicians on the background and also that of the environment where the music has been presented. It shall also be mentioned in this report about the most important elements that provide a better understanding of what musical concerto is all about. Through this analysis, it is expected that the indicative process of recognizing classical music as part of modern human understanding of the real definition of musical arrangements.

Understanding what a Concerto Is

Concertos are usually a set of arrangements that involve a group of musicians playing their own instruments to highlight a single musical instrument’s sound. Through assisting the presentation of the single instrument highlighted, the other musicians try to stay in the background so as not to overpower the sound of the central instrument presented. Usually, there are three levels of sound concentration when a concerto is being performed. Practically, this involves the central presentation [the soloist]; the mid musicians [secondary support]; and the background musicians. Most often than not, each part performs a vital part in presenting the entire arrangement to the listening crowd. It is through this level of musical concentration that the soloist is being presented with becomes better focused thus giving the entire concerto a definitive identification apart from that of the others who are at the background.

Through the years, the development of concerto presentations become more and more sophisticated dictating the fact that musicians today have already taken a better step towards definitive music. In this regard, even the areas where concertos are presented have also gradually changed especially when it comes to the convenience of the target audiences. It could not be denied that before concertos are presented within closed auditoriums that welcome only the elites or the ones who have the money to pay for the said entertaining presentations. It was hard for low-end income earners to enjoy this particular entertainment provided by high end musicians who were highly skilled in their own musical capabilities. However today, with the convenience provided by the internet and the other different modern mediums of modern communication, it could not be denied that the need for making classical music available for more and more interested listeners have been given way. Now, the existence of e-concerts has widened the scope of influence that the said musical arrangement has on the different generations of human individuals living on earth at present.

What is an E-concert?

E-concert as mentioned earlier is any musical presentation captured in videos and presented through internet hosting and networking. Practically, in this regard, an understanding of an e-concert shall be dependent on the assertion of the classical concertos that have been presented through a series of videos that are noted to belong to one program arrangement. Through this analysis paper, the different elements making up an e-concert shall be identified and thus be given particular attention to as to how each element contributes to the understanding and the view that the audience may have especially when it comes to the background and the ambiance of the video that is presented for public viewing.

Observing the Presentations

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