Enquanto lia, encontrei isto:
"To nonmusicians, terms such as diatonic, cadence, or even key and pitch can throw up an unnecessary barrier. Musicians and critics sometimes appear to live behind a veil of technical terms that can sound pretentious. How many times have you read a concert review in the newspaper and found you have no idea what the reviewer is saying? "Her sustained appoggiatura was flawed by an inability to complete the roulade." Or, "I can't believe they modulated to C-sharp minor! How ridiculous!" What we really wanted to know is whether the music was performed in a way that moved the audience. Whether the singer seemed to inhabit the character she was singing about. You might want to the reviewer to compare tonight's performance to that of a previous night or a different ensemble."
P.S.: Fiquei muito entusiasmado com a notícia deste jogo, e fiquei muito contente por ser para a Wii. Primeiro, porque não tenho as outras consolas (XD), e depois porque pode ser que haja a possibilidade de gastarem mais tempo no jogo propriamente dito que nos "gráficos".
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