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Mozart’s 40th Symphony Program

Updated on March 22, 2016
  • The first little bit of the piece is very peaceful. The main instrument in the first part is the violin. It is very beautiful and goes very well with the rest of the orchestra. The way that the violins go between playing very soft and peacefully, to very loud and violently is remarkable. Towards the end of this piece, the mood begins to change a bit and it becomes more violent.

  • This part of the piece is a very slow piece of music that incorporates wind instruments very well. It is full of very interesting, yet exciting sounds. It sounds like it could be on a Disney movie.

  • The wind instruments are definitely being played but that cannot be heard as clearly as before. The music is not too loud, nor too soft. It is playing what sounds like the typical classical music.

  • Towards the end of the piece, the intensity of the music increases and the music gets more exciting. The instruments begin to play louder together. The violin still dominates the sound.

  • The very end of this piece is very exciting and sounds like it should be in a silent film. It is very fast paced and has a lot of different sounds. The end of this piece is definitely the climax. It is incredible how the instruments are played together and how it was all arranged. Overall, this is a beautiful piece of music and was composed by a genius.


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