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by Nena Ost

Slice of life

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(based on 3 ratings)
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About the Story

Ein Orchester studiert ein Stück auf unkonventionelle Weise ein. Ein lustvoller Einblick in die klassische Musik.

The player acts within a free-spirited rehearsal of an orchestral piece. An insight full of relish.

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nicht ganz jugendfrei / not really suitable for minors, December 20, 2023

What a wonderful little gem this is. Set as an orchestra rehearsal, this little story delivers a sort of thorough examination of the emotions the corresponding piece of music is capable to evoke if listened to attentively. More a piece of literature than an actual game, with highly professional writing and quite a bit of class. (Spoiler - click to show)The detailed events shouldn't be taken too literally, as they're more or less a depiction from the narrator's perspective of the rapture the music causes as the players of the ensemble finally get together in their expression of the emotional spirit of the piece. Highly recommendable to anyone who's interested in the literary qualities of IF and adequately able to read German.

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