Much of the music that was sung by the choir gave off a very dramatic effect and served to gather the attention of everyone in the lyceum. While at times the voices of the choir were loud and booming with strength, there were parts when the soothing side kicked in and was filled with a calm and melodious tone. The music definitely gave off a strong vibe that was meant to draw the audience in and captivate them with this historical music.
Listening to the classical symphonies sung by the choir, the harmony makes the listener long for more. In contrast to the music of today, these pieces provided a portal to a whole new world for those who had yet to experience the original works of Mozart. In general, the concert was well played and a great success, for although the choir was performing a piece from the 17th century, they never failed to satisfy.
This was a very good concert and was worth watching as I listened to the combination of high and deep tones come together resulting in a remarkable chorus that attracted my attention and kept me listening.