Balot didn’t mean to bend around, and he said simply and neatly, "I heard that your Chinese symphony orchestra is in trouble. Please stop your small moves immediately. This is not what gentlemen should do!"

"Huh?" The other end of the voice asked doubtfully, "Mr. Balot, who told you this?"
Balot glanced at Wu Liang and asked, "By the way, what’s your name?"
Wu Liangyu remembered that he had signed up before.
It seems that Balot didn’t just say that he had a bad memory.
So he repeated "My name is Wu Liang"
"Oh," Balot nodded and said, "A man named Liang Wu told me."
Wu Liangyi almost fainted on her forehead!
He forgot that the English people put their first names before their surnames. He called himself Wu Liang Baluot, and it was only natural that he should be named Wu.
Great, even the name is upside down. The opposite side can tell who is the ghost!
Sure enough, it took a long time for the man opposite to be puzzled and asked, "Who is Liang Wu? What a strange name! "
Balot thought for a moment and said, "No matter who he is, you are always damaging the reputation of the Royal Symphony Orchestra. David, I don’t think you are right!"
"Hehe, Mr. Ballot, please calm down." The man named David at the other end smiled and said, "I think you must have misunderstood that the order to close the concert hall was not reached by us, but by the Ministry of National Defense, which asked the Prime Minister and the Chinese Premier to come here to watch the performance tomorrow. The Ministry of National Defense will close here and deploy security measures, and there is no way for us to wronged our Chinese friends."
"Oh, is that so?" Balot scratched his head again, and his claws looked shaky with a few hairs left.
Then he hung up neatly and shrugged at Wu Liang. "I’m sorry, I think I really can’t help you, because it’s the request of the Ministry of National Defense, not the Royal Symphony Orchestra."
"Department of Defense?" Wu Liang left the pie mouth. If it was really the Ministry of National Defense, wouldn’t they even agree to the normal requirement of being familiar with the site?
I’m afraid there must be some people fanning the flames.
But if there is any evidence for this, he can’t tell Balot, so he scratched his head and looked at Tiejiyang gloomily.
Tie Jiyang understood what he meant and immediately got up to say goodbye to Master Balot.
But just then, a breeze blew through the window and blew some papers off Balot’s desk.
"Oh, let me help you!" Wu Liang saw that it was difficult for Balot to bend over and immediately squatted down to help him pick up the paper.
"Huh?" Just then, his eyes swept across the falling paper and found many symbols that interested him very much.
"Mr. Balot, is this an opera?" Wu Liang asked curiously.
Balot is a world-famous music master, and it is normal that his manuscript paper is covered with music notation.
But it’s not normal. Balot is famous for his symphony. When did he start writing operas?
Although symphony and opera both originated in the west and rose with the Renaissance, there is still a big difference between them.
First of all, the symphony has no lyrics, and it is a magnificent orchestral performance to tell a scene of "story"; But the opera itself is a drama, and its lyrics are lines
The symphony has no actors, and the music is all it has; However, opera needs actors to perform music to make the audience understand what it contains.
Although the two have something in common occasionally, the world has never heard of a musician who can create symphonies and operas at the same time.
Like Baloter, he may also be creative in opera, but his influence in opera industry is much worse than that in his symphony industry. At least so far, he has not heard of any famous operas coming out.
Wu Liang’s face showed an unexpected expression when he saw that Balot’s manuscript paper turned out to be an opera score.
Balot seems to be very concerned about being seen by Wu Liang, and his face flashed a little embarrassed. He explained, "My symphony creation has encountered some bottlenecks, and I want to break through the obstacles I have encountered by trying him."
So that’s it!
On the one hand, Wu Liang was frank and admired by Balot, and on the other hand, he was shocked by his spirit of never dying to learn.
He is already a world-famous "symphony king", but he still feels dissatisfied and seeks a breakthrough. Think again that he seems to have suffered from "unification dependence" after he has unified himself …
I can’t help blushing at the thought of this Wu Liang
Fortunately, I am still clamoring to be a "singing god" every day, but compared with other people’s real masters, my self-control and enterprising spirit are really not enough!
What is the most frightening thing in this world?
Is that people who are better than you work harder than you!
Wu Liang really felt that his face was burning and he couldn’t help but burst into hot.
He looked at Balot and said sincerely, "Mr. Balot, you are so old and you have been pursuing progress. Compared with you, the younger generation is really ashamed!"
Balot glanced at him and saw sincerity in his eyes.
This made Balot feel very satisfied, so he nodded and encouraged Wu Liangdao. "We have an English proverb called’ I’m never too old to learn’. No matter how old you are, you should strive to make progress. If you don’t make progress, the world will perish. You must remember this truth."
"Thank you, Mr. Ballot." Wu Liang nodded respectfully at this.
Turning his head, he asked curiously, "Does Mr. Na Ba Lott think that studying opera can help you make further progress in your symphony?"
Ballot frowned and said seriously, "Opera, like symphony, originated in the 1820s and 1930s. They have a lot in common. My teacher, Mr. Jiafeite, once told me that I might as well learn from opera when I encounter obstacles in studying symphony. I have been doing this all these years to promote my continuous progress."
Wu Liang found that when it came to these academic issues, Balot seemed to be a different person.
Before those grumpy, urchin-like characters are gone, at this time he finally appeared that kind of "master" style that met Wu Liang’s expectations.
It seems that the ancients were right. "If you don’t go crazy, you won’t survive." Without this spirit, it is estimated that you can’t create a character like Balot.
At this moment, he suddenly thought of his own "creation" of the song "Butterfly Lovers"
He is curious to know what kind of evaluation this piece of music can get in the mind of a master like Balot.
So Wu Liang summoned up his courage and said to Balot, "Master Balot actually brought a new song to our Chinese Symphony Orchestra this time. I wonder if you are interested in helping us correct it?"
"New?" On hearing this sentence, Balot immediately flashed a light in his eyes and asked, "Really? You said that Xin is the song that you will perform tomorrow?"
"Yes," Wu Liang respectfully replied.
"But …" Balot hesitated and asked, "I’m not going to attend the performance of this song. I’m afraid I can’t hear it."
"I can give you a performance here," Wu Liang said, "if you don’t mind."
"here?" Balot frowned. "This is a leak. Do your officials agree with you?"
"No," Wu Liang replied proudly, "I am the creator of this song. I can say it."
"You?" Balot gave him a surprised look at such a young symphony composer?
Well, actually, he once founded a symphony orchestra at a younger age, and he was a little surprised and showed a calm look.
"Well, then, you can play a piece now, and I’ll see if you can give some guidance." Ballot certainly has the right to say such a thing. It seems that he is willing to give guidance to Wu Liang, which is already a junior.
I don’t know how many people in the symphony industry are eager to get his comments, but I haven’t even met him yet!
I was very happy to see Balot agree with Wu Liang. I quickly looked around and asked Balot, "Excuse me, master, do you have a sogeum here?"
"I have to wait for you." Balot got up and trembled and went to another room, presumably to get Sogeum.
When Balot left the real estate and Jiyang, he took a puzzled look at Wu Liang and asked, "Aren’t you in a hurry to solve the symphony orchestra? Why are you still in the mood to play sogeum here?"
Wu Liang replied, "It’s a rare opportunity to get the personal guidance of Master Balot, which is much more important than solving the symphony orchestra!"