For instance, more enthusiastic dancing movements could have engaged the audience even more.
In addition, erotic composition could have been more emotive and attractive on my part.
My reaction was also significantly influenced by other audience who were overtly expressing their feelings.
Incidentally, though the performance was superb, the experience could have been even better if the performers could have engaged in more bodily performance.
It was written by Amparito Roca and first performed in Wind Symphony Theater.
The instruments comprised of a high pitched sounding consonance which was set at a peaceful mood in the introductory stage of the song (Stein and Spillman 45). The artist performed an Africa, Ceremony Song and Ritua. It was conducted on Tuesday, November 15, 2011, 8.00 PM at Mc Kenna theatre at San Francisco or New Paltz.The tonal variation by the instruments practically exuded my excitement as the song progressed.As the melody either went on a crescendo or on a decline, my mood seemed to vary too.The melody involved rising and falling patterns from time to time.The rhythm was also very flexible, with varied patterns which mostly came from the instrumentation and the soloist himself.During the loudest pitch which was accompanied by variation of instrumentation, I became more attracted to the performance; and felt explicitly involved.At times, I accompanied the crescendo with my own applause and ululation.All through, the song had consumed my thoughts; and felt like I was part of the performance team.As the performers adjusted the rhythmic patterns of the song, my emotions followed a similar pattern.