Review of the performance
In general, it is difficult to create soulful sonata music. Only a few eminent people have the ability to carry out the performance (Rosen, 1988). Francesca Arnon, Elizabeth Crone and Tracy Cowden have beautifully elucidated this aspect. It is not easy to carry out a sonata without having the required talent and dexterity. These performing artists were able to deliver this music in an entertaining manner while showcasing their skills as artists.
Of these performances, Francesa Arnone rendition of the performance needs to be specifically mentioned. The rendition of the music deserves to be applauded while hearing the performances, the gradual transition from the slow tempo of the mandate to the allegro was beautifully essayed by the artists.
Dexterity and the soulfulness of the artists was established when they had played the sonata C major. This rendition of the music continued throughout the performance until the Trio. In review of the actual, music played the sonata in C major started out as a slow tempo gradually progressed to the lively tempo and the allegro was beautifully played. From this, the tempo was gradually brought down to the Adagio. The Meneut I and II were beautifully elucidated. They stayed truly to the original composition with a unique presentation (Rosen, 1988). The Divertimento of Solo flute performance by Francesca Arnone deserves to be applauded. This performance finishes with the Trio performance by the Adante.
In each of these performances, the talent and dexterity of the performing artist has been essayed beautifully. It can be understood from listening to the performance that each of the performing artists has carried their part beautifully. Francesca Arnone Flute performance needs to be mentioned especially as it poignantly elucidated the beauty of the music.
In the trio, there was a beautiful blend of the artists. Tracey Cowden played the piano and was able to show the differential key strokes in a skillful manner. Elizabeth Crone’s experience as a performance is clearly elucidated during this performance.
Overall, the performance was a beautiful rendition that deserves more accolades and praises.