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Date Added: January 27, 2015 18:01:35 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The Maestro

The Maestro

 

The ensemble has practiced the piece to the extent that each movement is now, innate.

All their rehearsals are now complete and upon the Maestro's command, they await.

The Maestro speaks volumes, without uttering a single word.

Skillful attention is required and his every command is heard.

 

 

His eyes are the window to his heart, his hands move mountains and his baton sets the pace.

Each member receives intimate instructions, from the mere expression on the Maestro's face.

With a move of his baton the orchestra knows his every gesture and they stand ready to begin the composition.

The ensembles instruments are perfectly tuned and they are anxious await the Maestro's harmonic exposition.

 

There is only one result that will bring satisfaction and not merely in part, but whole.

The orchestra needs no one to keep time, they intend to acquire the Maestro's soul.

The overture begins and with a soft and titillating vibrato, the melody permeates the air.

The Maestro is honored to lead an endeavor such as this, there is nothing that can compare.

 

The interest of the audience begins to peak as the symphonic floodgates begin to open wide.

Heady, within their collective mind, the hypnotic melody begins resounding from deep inside.

With the entire orchestra now in play, the audience has captured the incredible passion of the Master.

The intensity increases and one's soul continues to thirst for even more and increasingly faster.

 

As the crescendo builds, every sense is enhanced and at last, the Rondo, the final culmination.

The entire ensemble knows well that they have delivered a most outstanding compilation.

The echo fades and the audience is momentarily left breathless and then erupt with thunderous applause!

What an spectacular performance! Show the appreciation the Maestro deserves, for he has just cause!

 

BRAVO! ENCORE!

 

Harold McLelland

01/27/2015

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