Peeking into the audience, it was noticeable that the majority of those in attendance seemed to be of Chinese ethnicity and a sprinkle of the Caucasians. The song that has been mentioned above implies a gentleman expressing a forbidden love between him and another female character. Their movement during the performance was impressive, as the slow consistent movement had tact. The first key pressed must have been a chopstick, then the tempo of the recital picked up but within the constant cadence. The assured performance by the orchestra could portray one important point that they were being moved by the song, in a manner which could echo a gentleman conversing with the lady. The slow performance rthymic performance captured the gape of the audience quite fittings, as a look glance around the Flint Centre showed positive approval of their performance.
The six-minute cameo recital in mid-performance began floating emanating rich, grand and delicate rhythm. Without the doubt the song through the mid-performance began to convey the message for which the song had been composed the gentle throb of the combination of the black and white key could never be ignored and forgotten. In fact, this paper is quite a frank resonance of the sound that was heard in the concert hall. It is common knowledge with the academic music discipline that indeed music is one if the external factors that stimulate the brain.