The Flute Solo in Orchestra in the 19th Century

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Music is an inevitable factor that exists in the human society at present. From then until now, music has naturally fascinated the different generations that passed the human generation. Through the years, the noticeable developments in music have been carefully observed by many critics in the said industry of entertainment…

Introduction

In this regard, one of the most read books of Cox is that of his review on Debussy's music as an orchestral arrangement that is noted to be worthy enough for crowd performance. In the Paper that follows, the said book on musical critic shall be examined and observed through the use of the writings of both Elaine Brody and Roger Nichols, both editors and critics of several writers in the publishing industry.
Elaine Brody and Roger Nichols were noted as remarkable critics of their own times. It could be observed that their personal understanding of arts and music naturally creates a sense of clarified understanding as to how music back then compared to the developing years that followed through. It could be noted then that comparing the writing styles and the creation of the writers to be observed herein shall indeed give everyone a peek on how music were treated by human generations through the years.
Claude Debussy was noted as a fine music arranger of his own time, as for a fact, he even criticized his own work for so many times simply to find the right ways possible he could have to better improve his ways of writing.1 Undeniably, music back then was rather classified to be classical. ...
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