In the reading passage, it was explained that motivation is divided into two kinds, which is extrinsic and intrinsic. Extrinsic motivation affect from the outside of the individual such as money and intangible rewards. On the other hand, intrinsic motivation effect from the inner of the individual. The story about Marnie showed us that when she was child, she enjoy singing so much that she can sing everywhere and the people around her are so happy to hear her singing. It means that when Marnie was so enjoyed singing, she got "Intrinsic" motivation, which she always feel happy when she was singing and singing was her desire for satisfaction.
Patricia Villani Patricia “Trish” Villani-Bugg was known for infectious smile and laugh. While she was not adapted at what some may consider” small talk” those close to her could count on her quick wit to brighten up any situation. Trish also was always the first to lend aid to those in need and was a constant support and cheerleader for those whom she was closest to. Part of Trish’s spirituality took form in musical notes. Those of us who knew her well, knew that she expressed herself through the love of music and that music was the catalyst for much of her written works.
The view of hope being on edge of weakness is a very paradoxical view to the strong and stern perspective of hope as an anchor shown in the second stanza. Both the first and the third stanza display the calm and caring aspect of hope that many people wish to obtain. Dickinson first portrays the relaxing beautiful nature when she claims hope “sings the tune without the words- / And never stops-at all-.” Wordless music is often identified as being relaxing and calming, and hope sings these songs with no end, even in the “storms” of our lives. Later, Dickinson mentions that when the storms do come, hope is always there to “keep so many warm,” even “in the chillest land- / And on the strangest Sea.” On a thematic level, Dickinson conveys that no matter if a person’s struggles are minor or significant, critical or trivial, hope will always acquiesce to calm and collect a scattered
The excerpt applies that the woman is so deeply loved that the sun sings for her. We all look at love differently, but Cummings proceeds to create love in a unique way as it “grows higher than the soul can hope or mind can hide.” (Cummings 13) The love that he has for
Realism has cross over into these two different worlds that had some similarities in which made their storyline very relatable. The differences between both Singin In The Rain and All That Heaven Allow is not only the release dates but each protagonist’s goal yet realism was still in play. In Singin In The Rain Debbie Reynold's character wanted to be seen in the light instead of the dark. Kathy, being a singer, is full with talent and on the screen was realistic to people. All That Heaven Allow brought on the point of view of a mother wanting love but afraid of taking on the task to pursue it.
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’.
Stereo Hearts’ first sentence contains the metaphor “My heart's a Stereo”. In the line “Just keep it struck inside your head, like your favorite tune,” the artist uses simile to show how much he wants her to love him. Other elements such as personification and repetition were also shown. The most recognisable feature when one listens to the song is probably the slant rhyme, though not perfect, the words still sound similar to each other as it is in a poem. The song is even divided into
Ella Fitzgerald, also known as “The First Lady of Song”, was a singing sensation and the most famous female jazz vocalist of all time. She is famous for several quotes but the quote that stands out and means the most to me says, “It isn’t where you came from, it’s where you’re going that counts.” Ella proved this quote to be true because she endured many struggles throughout her lifetime but she never let it stop her from doing what she loved most, and that was singing. Singing gave Ella joy and comfort. She also used her struggles and memories to assist her in expressing her emotions while performing. Ella Jane Fitzgerald was born in Newport News, VA on April 25, 1917.
The third and final element that can be used to analyze these scenes is through looking at the element of language and body language. In the Kate Winslet version, Ophelia speaks in a very panicky tone, and she sounds as though she is out of breath when she is singing the first song. This language is used to allow the viewer to look inside the thoughts of Ophelia, and feel her emotions. In the second part of this same scene, Ophelia is seen singing again, but this time she seems very depressed, but she is very calm. This scene is crucial in understanding this scene as it shows the viewer that Ophelia has come to terms with the fact that her father is gone forever and that she can do nothing to bring him back.
When someone goes to see a musical, the main thing they expect to hear is a catchy tune with beautiful vocals. Country Day School’s “The Drowsy Chaperone” had just that. A few performers who really stood out vocally were Alice Whisnant as Janet Van De Graaf, Alana Markel as Drowsy Chaperone, Chelsea Starr Jones as Trix the Aviatrix (who I wished we got to see more of), and Virginia Hart Touma as Kitty. These actresses and more accompanied some very upbeat and exciting songs, some of which were in my head for the rest of the day. My favorite was “Toledo Surprise”, with the exceptionally funny gangsters played by Charlie Gorelick and Hall McCurdy, however the song that impressed me the most was “Cold Feets”.