I could envision the rain and the thunder and then the sweet peacefulness, just like a thunderstorm. With snapping from the audience as part of the participation, it was like raindrops falling and it was nice to be involved, making it very surreal. At the end of the song, it was all audience participation with snapping, signifying the end of the storm.The final song was “Fandango” by Joseph Turrin in 1947. It started with loud horns and definitely by the upbeat tempo, it sounded like it had a Spanish influence and was accompanied with guitar and castanets. It is a bright piece that has a few different parts where it is very intense. I could almost envision a bull getting ready to charge as I played the role of the conquistador. It seemed as though the purpose of this song was that it was written for a dance that was very intense and then toward the middle, got very soft. It had a Latino jazz feel to it. I liked it very much and compared to the other pieces, it was the most familiar sounding, like something that I would hear while dining in a restaurant. It was just very upbeat and flamboyant with its fast tempo and loud use of. Student's Musical Experience in the EKU Center.
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