Some say that, that by playing the golden lyre he made his wife fall in love with him. All these reasons where reasons why he was so talented but only he knows why he was so talented. Orpheus was an amazing epic hero that did many great stuff with his life. He was very brave because he traveled through the underworld to save his wife. He was ethical because he risked his life to save a loved one.
In this sonnet, he uses symbolism to represent how for eternity people will remember him. He wants the subject of his poem to be remembered forever through his literature, which he makes very clear in his poem. The first reference to this is, "But thy eternal summer shall not fade," (line 9). Again, he is referencing the summer. He is saying that this man's beauty will never fade because of his work, he believes the golden young man that Shakespeare wrote about will live forever in people's memories.
After 30, now come 40. Congratulate your friend on making it this far! Not everyone in this world gets that kind of privilege. Normally, they are filled with sadness when they reach this stage, but they should be happy since a long life is a blessing indeed. Make them appreciate this milestone by dropping a greeting on their 40th birthday.
Destiny was like Jake’s curious, outgoing, little brother throughout the novel. Without Destiny Jake wouldn’t be as outgoing as he is at the end of the book. If Destiny didn’t give him all the examples where he did whatever he wanted to and discovered new things everyday with that freedom instead of cause havoc, Jake never would’ve gotten involved in the play, or singing in general. Jake would’ve continued to be a bad person and do horrendous things if Destiny and him didn’t have their relationship.
Optimism is hopefulness for the future, and, like me, most people get their optimism from their roots, or how they were brought up as a child. My parents would always remind me from a young age that being pessimistic will not help you achieve your goal, so you might as well be optimistic and try. They have always taught me from a young age, and never denied or doubted, that with optimism comes opportunity, and that optimism is, in fact, the key to success. Over the years, I’ve learned that the more optimistic you are, the more creative you can be. With optimistic attitude, one can generate new ideas and create possibilities to move forward faster and more efficiently than at normal times, due to an open mind.
This experience has aided me in all other aspects of my life, because it serves as an encouragement whenever something does not go as planned. Having been apart of different cheer teams for about 5 year. Some of my accomplishments would include first place at nationals, first place winner at state, and first overall best at UCA camp. I was even able to make the SACS Varsity cheer team, which is an unforgettable experience knowing that they are one of the best in town. Every single accomplishment has been worked for with hours and hours of preparation, and even years in experience.
Without an instrument or limbs to use to play, the student will not be able to sabotage any band any longer. There will never be another band suffering from that same person. Another benefit would be that the student will be happier . To not undergo the embarrassment that they did throughout the penalties would be amazing for the student and thus fill them with joy. Along with the limb-less player being happy, his replacement will also benefit and be happy.
Why, you ask? This feelings only comes around when there is a new honor band or it’s chair placement time. My failure is never challenging myself enough in band in order to get better. Concert band has been a long rode for me throughout the seven years I’ve been involved in it. Fifth grade was when I started playing an instrument.
The beginning of the year came, it was time for jazz auditions. I played my heart out I did exactly what I needed and I earned the lead trumpet role. Not only did I get lead trumpet, but I played at a high level. We sounded great under my sound, under my lead. The feeling of my work finally paying off, I feel euphoric playing lead.
Due to their increased experience, these bands played more challenging music than the previous group. My favorite piece of the entire concert—MacArthur Park—was played by Brazoswood High School’s PM Jazz Band. Featuring a heavy trumpet lead played by Wayne Bergeron, MacArthur Park was in tune from beginning to end—despite being played almost exclusively in the upper register. The high notes played by Bergeron and the trumpet section were extremely well tuned and devoid of any of the screeches that frequently occur as a side effect of high notes. Although my favorite piece was MacArthur Park, I thought the most striking moment of the entire concert was when the lead trumpet from Brazoswood High School’s AM Jazz Band moved to the front of the stage and played alongside Bergeron during Bright Moments—matching him almost pitch for pitch.
This was the song that every chorus group all stood together and sung. This was the only song that I didn’t have fully memorized. When I got on stage it all came back to me. The second concert was about just the same just a little boring because I’ve already seen the concert a couple days
Did you have a dream when you were young? Something that you loved so much that you swore you would never give it up? I certainly did—music. I have written and performed music for the biggest part of my life; it was always something that I could depend on to make me happy and take the stress away. As I got older, I had multiple offers from managers.
There are many reasons why I would like to earn a scholarship for Pensacola Children’s Chorus. I believe, and have been told, that I strongly expemplify most of the traits, if not all, that are desired in PCC scholarship winners. For one, I am known as a very positive and energetic person, and preforming is my passion. I am very happy doing it, even when I have to sing and dance for hours on end. I can’t imagine myself doing much else with my life than preforming, acting, singing, etc.