Onaodowan was using a husky voice that truly defined his character. They were playing their parts as they were singing even if they were playing in the East Wing than on a stage. Through their performance they were enjoying singing and made the music more interesting than a boring history lesson. You could tell they were enthusiastic through the energy shown through their performance. The vocals were dynamic and when the cast was singing louder it was easier to identify the important messages.
The Cost of a Click. It all started with a voice, one that I recognized from duets, and group choruses. It had always stood out to me, strong, passionate, unique. It was a voice I admired, a voice that spoke to me. When I listened to him sing I could hear the emotion, I could feel the sorrow behind the ballad, and the joy within the jig.
The “battle” between the French in the Germans as they tried to sing their songs over one another was a very emotional moment. Tied with the bits of Rick’s charming attitude, I would strongly recommend Casablanca to anyone who has the time to watch it. I rate this movie 2.0/2.0 letters of
After watching the recording version of Shrek the Musical, I consider that it is a successful production if the purpose of this musical is to amuse audiences and bring them an enduring audio-visual feast. As a musical that is created based on a blockbuster, the basic story framework is without novelty – an ugly but kind-hearted ogre experiences lots of dangers with a friend, saves the princess like a hero and wins her heart in the end. However, I have to admit that Shrek the Musical does a fantastic job to convert a movie into a Broadway show, considering the high level of complexity and difficulty for a team to humanize animated characters and imitate scenes. There are a lot of details, including Pinocchio’s growing nose, in the musical that show off the elaboration. Undoubtedly, the scenery is one of the brightest spot in this musical.
After watching the recording version of Shrek the Musical, I consider that it is a successful production if the purpose of this musical is to amuse audiences and bring them an enduring audio-visual feast. As a musical that is created based on a blockbuster, the basic story framework is without novelty – an ugly but kind-hearted ogre experiences lots of dangers with a friend, saves the princess like a hero and wins her heart in the end. However, I have to admit that Shrek the Musical does a fantastic job to convert a movie into a Broadway show, considering the high level of complexity and difficulty for a team to humanize animated characters and imitate scenes. There are a lot of details, including Pinocchio’s growing nose, in the musical that show off the elaboration. Undoubtedly, the scenery is one of the brightest spots in this musical.
However, given the different interpretations on the song itself, I enjoyed Leontyne Price’s version the most. Listening to all three versions, I felt Price was able to portray the emotion within the song to the audience and was rather accessible. When listening to Price’s version, I am filled with emotion and can feel the sadness within the song. Unfortunately, when listening to Billie Holiday’s version, her talents are portrayed in the song. However, it is almost a repetitive sound, repetitive in the way that the song itself reminds me of Holliday’s other work that I have being exposed to previously.
The first element that Le Guin uses successfully is atmosphere. She creates the atmosphere through detailed descriptions of the town and people of Omelas. For instance, “Children dodged in and out, their high calls rising like the swallows ' crossing flights over the music and the singing” (pp. 1257). The atmosphere described here is happy and exciting; yet, not only is this a great description of atmosphere but also of setting.
The Giver is a wonderful film to see for young adults, but if you are a more of a book person Anthem hit home for modern teens. The Giver was the best way for teenagers see and imagine their lives, that's what really connected them to The Giver. The Giver is a great dystopian literature that really outlines the lives of normal people who had no emotion, who had no choice what their lives are going to be. Not being able to express the emotions that you feel to other people is the hardest thing you can probably ever do. Not feeling, emotion, any feeling at all,is a very terrible feeling it's really the only feeling you could feel.
The musical Seussical the Musical was a jovial experience that made many including me reminiscence the times when we read Dr. Suess. The creative sets, colorful costumes, and the acting skills brought Dr. Seuss 's books alive. I truly enjoyed the aspect of joining Dr. Seuss books and plots, like Gertrude McFuzz to create one plot and the inclusion of The Cat in the Hat in many of the scenes. The musical captured the ambience of the books, specifically Horton Hears A Who. The dedication of those in the musical shined from their eminent acting skills and their ability to display the character they portrayed.
During their marriage, it is said that she heard heavenly music in her heart and she sang to God for guidance. Because of this, she has become the patron saint of music, church music in particular. Music also includes being the patron saint of musicians, composers, instrument makers, and poets. During the Middle Ages, songs were written and sung in her honor and many followers wrote music and made statues, buildings, and later academies in her name that honor music. This adheres to me because of my connection to music.
The rich heritage and constant accomplishments have made Claflin a prestigious institution. The Founders Day Convocation showed everyone why Claflin continues to thrive and have an amazing reputation because there is a foundation that has held it all together since 1869. From attending this program, I understood why Claflin has such a high reputation because Claflin is represented by supportive alumni and a thriving student body. Also, the program displayed the talents of the students that attend Claflin and it encouraged me to start back playing violin from hearing their melodies. Consequently, the 147th Founders Day Convocation was an astounding success and I look forward to attending the 148th Founders Day
In conclusion, most people overwhelmingly believe JFK’S assassination was unjustified. John F. Kennedy brought positive change to America. JFK was a very popular president, and was loved and admired by many. Examples of him bringing change to America include significant foreign policy contributions such as creating the peace corps and successfully leading the United States through the Cuban Missile Crisis in addition to passing the civil rights bill. (Ask.com) His death will always have some mystery to it.
The introduction of the song was very good. I personally like how it was fast paced right at the start and then it slowed when the artist begin to sing. The voice of the artist is really good making it kind of romantic and very manly at the same time. The lyrics are really good as well and it changes the pace of the song throughout the track. I personally think this song is going to be a huge hit specially in the country fans because its very catching and I was able to sing along after the 20 seconds of the
Explore PBS Programming This past weekend, I watched Dudamel Conducts a John Williams Celebration with the LA Philharmonic. The program was available on the PBS website, as a part of their Great Performances section. Gustavo Dudamel conducted the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Natalie Portman hosted the event, which premiered on July 24, 2016. Before watching this program, I had no idea who John Williams was, but I quickly realized that although I didn’t know who he was, I knew many of his works. As a film scorer he has written modern classical music for many popular films, including Star Wars, Catch Me if You Can, and Fiddler on the Roof.