Sunrise At the Autumn Sea
The sea in Autumn,
Once a warm ocean,
Now already cold.
But the sun did not give up,
Still comes every day,
To the already icy sea,
Bringing infinite warmth.
The sea embraces the sun,
Feeling the temperature of the sun.
The sun lies in the embrace of the sea,
Exuding a pleasant charm.
Sun and sea
Hug each other,
Pass each other
摄影: Yi Zhang 78'USA
美国东海岸日出🌅 @7:24AM, Oct.16, 2021 (I took shot from 7:19AM ~ 7:32AM)
East Coast Sunrise at Indian River, Fl. USA @ 7:24AM, Oct. 16, 2021.
Mozart's Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622, was written in October 1791 for the clarinetist Anton Stadler. It consists of three movements, in a fast–slow–fast succession:
I. Allegro (in A major and in sonata form)
ll. Adagio (in D major and in ternary form)
lll. Rondo: Allegro (in A major and in rondo form)
Here I used The second movement👇
The second movement, which is in rounded binary form (i.e. ABA'), is in D major. It opens with the soloist playing the movement's primary theme with orchestral repetition:
The B section, in which the solo part is always prominent, exploits both the chalumeau and clarion registers. The only true cadenza of the entire work occurs right at the end of the B section, immediately before the return of the A section. There are some passages that exploit the lowest notes of the basset clarinet in the B section.