Attend a concert and write a review. "Duo" in B-flat major by Mozart and "Terzetto" in C by Dvorak.
Having heard and studied some of Mozart's works, I would say typical Mozart's works are full of scales, that is, quick successions of adjacent notes. This makes his
works sound fleeting in Allegro movements, yet peaceful in the slower movements. Multi-movement works are full of expression. The excitements in the first movements,
serenity in the second, cheerfulness in the third and revival of ecstasy in the last movement. The scales complemented the fleeting, blithe, and spirited nature of his works. This is what I expect to hear too, in Mozart's Duo in B-flat major, and it shows in the co…
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