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The 9th Symphony is an amazing piece of music From the slow opening to its quick ascent to a powerful clash of instruments the entire piece is captivating The incredible part about the entire piece is that from the beginning to the end there is a contrast between soft and loud always dueling for time Either there is a strong controlling element running through the music or there is a soft easy melody The dualism between the deeper instruments playing in contrast to the softer woodwinds makes for an interesting listen Each time that I have listened to this piece I am always hearing different pieces that I had not heard the time before The trouble I have had with the piece is that I have a hard time listening to the piece as a whole Instead I end up hearing either the high pieces or the low pieces rather than being able to capture the two together as interconnected pieces Yet with the excerpts that I have been able to connect the two parts their differences help unite them into an incredible piece of music From the onset of the symphony it appears that the entire piece is based around the conclusion being Ode to Joy It seems like everything is just getting ready to build and build into the climax There being smaller climaxes along the way but for the most part it is solely preparing the listener for Ode to Joy The exciting part about the entire piece is that at no time does the listener become lulled into the music and become withdrawn from the music rather the listener is always attentive to the music waiting and expecting the next note or series of notes wondering what the composer and conductor have in store This piece by Rossini is a rather devious piece of music For the most part the listener is put into a position that the entire piece will
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