It first premier of November 16, 1959, garnering much praise and numerous awards. People did the “ The Sound of Music” a different and revised way. “ The Sound of Music” won five Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director. “ The Sound of Music” was some of Rodgers and Hammerstein best work ever created. Oscar Hammerstein died before the film was made.
Andrew Lloyd Webber has become a household name throughout the entire world. Not only do people flock to see his shows, but the pure fact that people outside of the theatre world know the composer of certain musicals is an accomplishment in itself. He has changed the musical theatre world. Some call him a “Broadway master” because his musical Phantom of the Opera surpassed his own record for the musical Cats to now hold the record for the longest running musical on Broadway as well as London’s West End ( Snelson 1).
Elvis was first awarded the title “King of Rock n’ Roll” in 1956 by Robert Johnson. Many attribute this title to his popularity and the fact that he was able to draw the largest crowds, control the top of the charts, and sell the most records. What is sometimes overlooked is the fact that Elvis was able to bring gospel, rockabilly, country swing, blues and rhythm so effortlessly together with his voice and arrangements. The undeniable fact about his music is that it was filled with an energy and passion that couldn’t be resisted. This was evident in Elvis’ dance moves on stage and the moves made by the millions who listened to him.
I then bought more DTO stock and had a total of 222 shares. Between week 3 and week 4, DTO went up so much that it took me out of the hole, but in week 4, it took a downturn and each share went down by $20, which destroyed that stock. So I sold DTO and bought back Amazon stock. I stuck with Amazon for the rest of the simulation because it was still going up in value. Also Amazon had gone up $100 for each
On January 8th, 1935 one of the greatest influences to pop and country was born. Elvis Aaron Presley changed the way people heard and saw music through his songs and the way he performed them. Elvis’ music was stunning, he had eighteen American No. 1s and hundreds of gold records from around the world. He brought a way of performing that people had never experienced before, he was electrifying when he performed on stage. Elvis Presley was the first rock'n'roll star, he brought rebellion to the youth of that time and was able to grasp the listener and draw them into his songs which few artist have ever been able to accomplish.
Paragraph one with be about how the American dream has become no longer achievable with a source to help prove the point. “The labor turmoil and difficulties of the transition back to peacetime production caused a short but sharp recession from 1920 to '21, with unemployment briefly exceeding 11%.However, the situation soon turned around, thanks in no small part to Commerce Secretary—and future President—Herbert Hoover's success in convincing major industrial leaders to voluntarily increase wages and production in order to pull the entire economy out of its slump. By 1922, the economy was growing robustly, a pattern it would follow more or less continuously until the Great Crash of 1929.” (Shmoop) As time progress I need to make the point that the economy changes creating divides between economic classes.
This song remained the biggest hit of his career. Soon following this overnight fame, the show La, La Lucille, which was entirely composed by George, premiered and became an instant hit. Several more hit accomplishments preceded George’s fame famous work of Rhapsody in Blue. During the premier of Rhapsody, George claims to have had included some of the notes that he had previously removed from the script. Fortunately the other performers followed along and George’s improvisation skills proved to be effective.
The war was over and American society wasn’t directly damaged, economy grew faster than ever due to the demand of American goods. Industrial production doubled. However, every high has a low. Black Tuesday, October 29th, 1929. America was thrown into desperation as the stock market crumbled, marking the official beginning of the worst economic crash in the history of the world.
My collage I made explains and shows multiple ideas. My collage is about the stock market crash of 1929. A stock market crash is a sudden dramatic decline of stock prices across a significant cross-section of a stock market, resulting in a significant loss of paper wealth. The stock market crash of 1929 was a surprise crash and no one thought it would crash so dramatically. During the roaring twenties which is the 1920s, the world was such a happy place.
The Great Crash generally refers to the stock market crash (in America - Wall Street) on 29 October, 1929. It started on Thursday, 23 October when just before the 3:00 pm bell rang, the stock prices instantly fell. For the following week stocks fell lower and faster and changed hands so fast, the machines that kept track of these stocks seemed unable to cope up with the activity. All along while President Herbert Hoover reassured the people of America that the nation was “on a sound and prosperous basis”, more panic spread and because the uncertainty and risk was rising, people wanted their money back. In all this frenzy the United States Securities Regulation agencies could have shut down the market but they feared that would only spread more fear and could have led to a violent display of the emotions of the public.
Imagine it's October 28, 1929, living a lavish lifestyle, owning a mansion, sailing on a 100 foot yacht every weekend, and having what seems like unlimited money that can be spent on anything at anytime. Then, all of a sudden, October 29, 1929 comes. The stock market crashes, banks are closing everywhere, and personal possessions are being foreclosed upon. The greatest economic downfall in the history of the United States has just began. This would become known as the Great Depression, which suited the time period between 1929 and 1941 perfectly.
The Crippling of a Country Have it all one moment, the next day you have nothing. That's how millions of Americans felt during one of the biggest economic challenges the United States has ever faced. There are several reasons for the downfall of the great depression.