Matthew Silkowski Mister Saleeba English IV 12 March 2018 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is, and always will be, regarded as one of, if not the, greatest composer of his time. Mozart opened the door for all composers to come, and his pieces are still referred to today for new composers. Mozart left over 600 symphonies, concertos, chamber music, operas, and many other forms of music of his time. He was the master of every genre during his time. He left an enormous mark in the world of music, and will never be forgotten.
Perhaps the most obvious use of audio throughout the trailer was the background music. The song used thought the trailer is Luciano Pavarotti’s Caruso, which tells the tale of a dying man looking into the eyes of a woman dear to him for the last time. The main reason this piece was chosen was its powerful nature as an opera piece. In the book, a prole woman was shown to be singing of her own free will, which Winston associated with the freedom of mankind. Because the prole woman was described as quite large and powerful, the logical conclusion was to use a powerful piece such as Caruso in order to clearly show this point Outside the background music, however, sound effects were also used throughout 1984 in conjunction with the video scenes in order to enhance the atmosphere that was created by the visual effects and content of the trailer.
Abigail threatens the girls knowing that they will listen. As a result of, Abigail gains tremendous power and influence over the girls and their actions, this is seen in pages 114-123, where Abigail pretends to see Mary Warren’s spector and the other girls join along. Nonetheless, Elizabeth has a good reputation of a Godly and honest woman in the town of Salem. This is shown on page 81 where Elizabeth willingly goes with Cheever because she knows who she is and is faithful that her character, reputation, and that God will save her. Elizabeth is always true to herself and doesn 't hide from who she truly is.
Found in act II of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s opera: Le Nozze De Figaro, Voi che sapete is a melodious piece of music sung by the character Cherubino. Cherubino is a trouser role traditionally sung by a female mezzo-soprano. The piece is a clear example of Mozart’s masterful ability to create beautiful music that still serves as a thematic device within the context of the story. Both the construction of the melody and the accompaniment serve the story and the character fully. Set in the bedroom of the Countess Almaviva the Arietta is a song of realization from Count Almaviva’s young page Cherubino; he is coming to terms with the influx of urges created by his oncoming puberty.
It was much easier for women to break the barriers to the caste, and blend with those of an upper class. This opera demonstrates this by practically making the class of Susanna and the Countess indistinguishable. This effect is not evident in the male counterparts, as Figaro and Susanna have encounters with the Countess and the Count, respectively, but the perception of their class is distinctly contrasted. Through the presentation of social tensions between characters, the social situation of Vienna in the late eighteenth century was shown through the
She is still pleasing audiences with this lovely play and always will. Strong and Brave women will continue to be powerful, just as Glaspell was. Confinement can tear a woman apart, but the desire for freedom from society is embedded deep in the heart of all strong
The poem Beneath the Shadow of the Freeway written by Lorna Dee Cervantes, and the movie Hidden Figures originally a book written by Margot Lee Shetterly both convey the theme of empowerment to hard-working, strong women who can be just as smart and diligent as a man without the actual help of one. Both Dee Cervantes’ poem and Shetterly’s movie/book voice the importance of being strong willed as a women and making a life for yourself regardless your situation. Two concepts I found in these pieces of literature that I would like to obtain personally is the topic: focus on what you can control, not what you can’t, and cultivate a strong support group to achieve your success. Focus on what you can control, not what you can’t. In the movie Hidden
What makes O-Lan the major character in The Good Earth is her control over various situations still without violating her vocal reservation. Her greatest achievement, out of her numerous collection, is the legacy she leaves behind and various examples set for her children and husband. Even though she lived a hard life of servitude, she still remained loving and never adverted away from her family. O-Lan remained selfless and loyal to her family although it is never truly appreciated until after she is gone. O-Lan’s greatest desire was to be noticed and wanted by others, especially those she slaved away most of her life to so altruistically.
Her grandmother A'mooh is introduced through flashbacks, and Silko's experiences with her develop several central ideas that later become the resolution for Silko's problems. Silko's relationship with her grandmother is extremely important due to A'mooh’s acceptance of Silko, not for her physical appearance, but for her entire being as a person. The stories and reflections of the old Pueblo people heavily influence Silko with their powerful themes such as beauty, identity, and harmony. According to the Pueblo, the act of comparing one thing with another was useless, because everything was completely and utterly unique, thus differences were highly valued and accepted. Silko slowly builds up her exposition by further
Ophelia is such a typical character representing for Shakespeare’s intelligence that throughout the play, she gradually becomes a smart woman. At the beginning of the play, Ophelia is an obedient daughter who always follows her family’s direction: “I shall obey, my lord” (Act 1, sc 4). However, at the end of the play, Ophelia is aware of everything that happens around her. She gives each person in the court different followers with the different meanings. Her action expresses that she is a clever woman.