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The author writes about how classical music is a genre that should be revered for its complexity as well the dedication the musicians must have. Classical music, in the author’s mind, is “the best type of music there is.” She recounts the time she attended a concert performed by the NYCP Orchestra and how she was mesmerized by the perfect harmonies and their beautiful duets. The author does a great job of describing her feelings about this type of music. The readers will instantly know that this author seems to love listening to and performing classical music. Although the author does a good job of conveying her personal reactions to this type of music, the writing itself is a bit rushed and unorganized. The author could have done a better job of organizing


her thoughts into more fluid paragraphs. Perhaps adding in a paragraph about different musical composers or specific compositions would have helped this review. The author could have also added in a section comparing other genres of music to classical music in order to argue that classical music is “better.” Musical taste is subjective but in order to make an argument for or against something, the author must remember to back up their statements.


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