The Allegro molto tone part of this piece was by far the catchy part of the piece because, it started in a swift, quick, and lively tempo which gave it a "peppy" feel. Even though the notes were played faster and in a higher tone, the song started and ended uniformly. The use of trills in this part of the piece honestly made me think of a cartoon character trying to get home in a rush but kept getting distracted. Duet No. 4 in C Major, Op.
I think this is in part because of the way the lines flow together smoothly and depending on how it is read does not always have distinct lines. The rhyme scheme truly shows how thought out each line was, and truly ads depth to the character of the
Positive emotions change us for the better. To think and feel positive is a way to be happy, to feel good, to reduce stress and negative emotions. It is so simple and at so precious, not only for our relationships with others, but for ourselves. It’s amazing how good positive emotions do to our mental and physical health. This is the broaden and build model of positive emotions.
Abstract This essay deals with comparing the childhood and adulthood as significant parts of life. Childhood as we all have experienced is the most beautiful period of one’s life. It is a period of joy pleasure where there are no tensions and no worries. In contrast adulthood is totally different from childhood. It is filled with worries and responsibilities.
According to Frost, "There are only two meters "strict and loose iambic" (www.frostfriends.org/meter.hml). His use of this flexible iambic meter does a wonderful job of emulating the dramatic emotion of the narrator to the reader. One point, in particular, really exemplifies Frosts’ use of enforcing meaning through his use of form. In the last three lines, “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-/ I took the one last traveled by/ And that has made all the difference,” (Frost, 1916) yields this sense of uncertainty towards choices: it is serious and
It assumes the role of the "gravity center" of the entire work. The exposition of the theme creates the illusion of a two voice counterpoint. This theme will remain as it is to the end and function as a Rondo theme, except for its short block-chord variation. The intermediate sections will then display glaring, colorful creativity involving brilliant virtuosity. At the point of climax, the theme form the Adagio re-appears, this "intermezzo" not only strengthens the structural integrity of the entire work but also adds an amazing dramatic scope to the
I think there are many happy couples, who are pretty comfortable with each other, causing them to be settled in their relationships. So, “perfect marriage” may be a rather relative term. In a previous book I said that the strongest thing that we have going for us is our will. The will is not an organ, but all the organs respond to it. Whatever one determines to do it is very likely to be done.
“Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.” Said by Jim Rohn. Mr. Rohn’s perception of happiness is remarkably ideal. Being happy and loved is one of the most prime feelings in this world. These perceptions are what keeps you sane, keep you smiling, and what keep you driven to accomplish things in your life you never expected to. Passion promotes itself within you and sends signals throughout your body and mind to keep you fluky and acting out activities you love.
What comes naturally to you that you really enjoy doing? It's easy and you feel good whenever you are engaged in these activities. When have you felt that things have gone really well in your life and what were you doing at that time? What have been the best moments in your life and why? Start a list of all the activities, events, or situations where you have felt really good about what you were