E SONG “I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU”, AS SUNG BY DOLLY PARTON AND WHITNEY HOUSTON The song “I Will Always Love You” is one of the most iconic songs of the 21st Century. This song has been widely covered by professional artists and cover singers until today. However, two of the most iconic renditions have to be from Dolly Parton and Whitney Houston. If I were to compare these two renditions, I would prefer Whitney Houston’s version of the song. Dolly Parton was actually the original writer and singer of the song, “I Will Always Love You’.
She started using the name Maria instead of Betty Marie. She might have chosen to change her last name as well. But Tallchief refused to deny her heritage. Nothing would ever make her change her last name. Body 4: Maria Tallchief became was the first American in a century to dance for the Paris Opera Ballet.
Ethel Merman who was born in 1908 as (Ethel Agnes Zimmerman) was an american actress and singer from Astoria , New York . Though Ethel was not trained in music many said she could“ belt out a song like no one else ” , many songwriters still sought out Ethel’s music knowing she was untrained such as Irving Berlin and Cole Porter who was known as major songwriters of the early 1900’s . Ethel is remembered for her great appearances in many great musicals . She started her career by singing at private parties and nightclubs . She was hired as a torch singer at Les Ambassadeurs and from there she began to gain publicity .
Her mother thinks she can be just like Shirley Temple except a chines version. She wants Jing-Mei to be able to sing and dance but that is not what Jing-Mei wants. Heaven and Tianne King, they are dancers. Heaven was found on You-tube by Ellen Degeneres at the age of three. Heaven loves Beyonce and that is who she dances to most of the time.
Later on, Chloe, her mentor, hears Becca singing in the shower and convinces her to go to tryouts. This is when she crosses her first threshold, because the auditions make her feel out of place. Also this is when she ventures into another “world”. She begins their training for their competition, beginning her rivalry with the leader, Aubrey, who is clearly a threshold guardian. Also, Becca is slowly falling in love with
The following year she released another album which was called “Amor Prohibido” that also went gold. With these achievements, this made Selena the first women to achieve huge success in Tejano and the first Tejano artist to win a Grammy award and have albums go gold. After achieving so much success in Tejano music Selena wanted to crossover to American music. She started recording the album “Dreaming of you” but sadly she did live to see her album success. Selena was murder on March 31, 1995.
She had grown up as a social out cast. During the song, she makes resolution for a new direction in her life. She no longer wants love if it “comes at much too high a cost.” Idina Menzel sings “Defying Gravity” in the best way. Third song is “For Good.” Stephen considers “For Good” one of the best songs he has written. The song was written for the show to try to express the leading characters’ feelings as they are seeing each other for the last time.
This theme creates importance throughout the play as it is portrayed through different characters. One of the common characters that portrays this theme is Cyrano. Ever since the beginning of the play it is noticed that Cyrano loves Roxane but is too afraid to get the words out. He is provided a chance when Roxane asks to meet Cyrano. Roxane begins by explaining that she is in love with someone, someone who loves her back but is too afraid to admit.
The author said,"... and the smile, when she thought of sweet Elijah bravely fighting someone, somewhere– that was hers too" (46). This being the last sentence in the short story made me very confused. I read this and thought is that all she wanted in a husband, a "brave" and "kind" man to complete her perfect life. She was trying to love the perfect life that is unattainable for a normal female. She was trying to compare her life to a fairytale.