Arguably, no word can exactly explain the performance that was in waiting. The performers as well were of middle age which added more ecstasy and cheer in the environment.
The first exhibit by the Fry Street was string quartet No. 6 composed by Felix Mendelssohn in the F minor. The initial combination of the instruments used depicted masterly, technical ability and prowess to crack musical chords and laying curls with music notes. In terms of rhythm, the different instruments combined in a regular rhythmic pattern while the beat was steadily and evenly maintained. The slow movement in the Allegro Vivace assai in the piece successfully outlined music conjunct as a major element vivid in the piece. Harmony was also evident which particularly came out clearly in the sad section of the writing.
The second exhibit by the Fry Street quartet was the string quartet No. 5 composed in a minor by Danish Ludwig Beethoven. The major inclusion in the piece involves the exceptional performance of Molto Adagio (Schweitzer n.p). It was a chance to present some self-conscious display of more refined moments. The movements were quite intriguing triggering the curiosity and much attention of the majority of the audience. The notes were combined alternatively rising high at the beginning while reducing significantly as the lines ended. In addition, a steady beat was maintained throughout and conjunct was highly outlined.
The two performance sets were similar in various ways particularly in rhythmic and harmonic application. The performance was successful in delivering the various music elements like music conjunct, harmony and themes congruence. It is vivid that a steady beat and a regular rhythmic pattern was maintained in both pieces and notes exquisitely placed. In addition, constant harmonies and discords were applied in both pieces. However,