Whitney is known in this song for her capability to hold certain notes throughout her performance. Unlike Dolly, who was calm, Whitney is crying out and declaring her love. The listener can hear the compassion and soul in her voice. She is strong and bold, even expressing some amount of desperation to cling on to her love. Whitney poured out her heart in the song and expressed extreme emotions.
Ethel Merman’s voice could be described as big, broad, and bright. This is due to her use of volume and tone quality. Her high volume is never questioned, in fact, they even joke about it later in their performance. Fred says, “Is that all coming from you?” But I consider her voice to be powerful; she can hit a large range of notes while keep full control of her voice and maintaining beautiful tone quality. The timbre of her voice is bright and sharp.
In fact, Laura is one of those people who just makes everything that she does appear effortless and genuine. No doubt, she has labored arduously to make it look easy, but she is remarkably gifted. I was so glad that she got to sing, and it was appealing to hear a traditional carol (she got to sing with Tony who also could sing well). becomingsanta_30_spot_HDI realize that playing a role like Holly may appear to be simple, but I beg to differ. To play a character who is bigger than life and is somewhat magical requires a certain knack.
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.
One of my favorite lyrics of the song was. “The sound of her laughter will sing in your dreams. Some enchanted evening When you find your true love, When you feel her call you Across a crowded room, Then fly to her side, And make her your own For all through your life you May dream all alone.” The song in general is a beautiful song that talks about love. 2. Rodgers
This could be a representation of being at the lowest point in life, only to rise from the ashes. The high frequency tambourine play through out the mix and give a mellow, relaxed feel to the song prior to the buildups, once again possibly conveying the message of calm during tense circumstances. The most important compositional technique however was the powerful duet. Terrell complements Gaye’s gospel grit throughout the verses, possessing a striking alto tone, with Gaye pulling back to let her powerful voice soar over his during the commanding chorus. This gives off the notion of togetherness, compatibility and makes listeners feel a yearning to love.
Everyone Loves Lucille Ball Some famous Americans have won the noble peace prize, while others might be known for creating world peace or world catastrophes. Lucille Ball will forever be remembered as the person who entertained people with “rubber faced antics (“Lucille Ball Biography”) “zany impersinations.” These comments may seem demeaning; however, they glorifiy Lucille Ball’s legacy. An actress, comedian, a producer, Lucille Ball is most famous for producing and acting in her most famous sitcom, I Love Lucy. Arguably one of the most influential female comedians of all time, Lucille Ball started small in the world of show business, worked her way to the top, and created a world-renowned sitcom that portrayed new ideas and reinvented the
As soon as he heard it he knew old Phoebe would love it. He thought it was one of the best records he had ever heard and believed no else in the world could sing it as well as Estelle. This record symbolizes Holden’s belief of innocence. He loves the facts that it is sung buy a colored girl and she doesn’t sing it with a cute girly voice. Holden believes the voice is not a phony, he thinks phonies are a representation of
On the one hand, if one goes deeply into Dickinson’s poem “This is my letter to the world”, where one can say that this poem can be appreciated that the speaker is complaining about the way that life has gone on. At first sight it is possible to observe that the language used by Dickinson was very simple because it was easy to understand. However, it was more complex than it seems to be, because a different meaning could have been given to the poem if it is analyzed in a deeper way. Moreover the poetic devices that she uses make the poem very attractive for the reader and also easy to follow because of the musicality that her rhymes produced in the way it is read, as in the ones used in the verse 2: “That never wrote to Me”, compared to verse 4: “With tender Majesty”, where the endings have the same sound. (Dickinson, poem #441: This is my letter to the
I’d like to take it a step further, however, and say that the opening song in The Sound of Music does a fantastic job of matching the imagery and communicates the drama in a clear manner. The beginning lyrics are as follows: “The hills are alive with the sound of music…with songs they have sung for a thousand years. The hills fill my heart with the sound of music…my heart wants to sing every song it hears.” What beautiful words! As Julie Andrews uses her sweet voice to bring words written on paper to life, she sings, “the hills are alive with the sound of music”, and the imagery indeed shows that they have sung for a thousand years. The music sung is effective in its support of her actions as she then takes a breath, puts her hand near her heart, and beautifully sings once more, “the hills fill my heart with the sound of music; my heart wants to sing every song it hears.” You can tell by the end of the piece that she means every word she
The first was “How far is it to Bethlehem?” The second was “Carol of the Bells.” The third and final one was “Joy to the World.” The first musical piece that I really liked was called “How far is it to Bethlehem?” This certain number stood out because, I liked the calm, gentle texture of the song. This number starts out with one woman singing. The song had a soft tune, but was also happy. A flute, and string instruments were
Tina Turner did not bloom as well as a solo artist but she always gave her fans more and more music to love. When Tina Turner got on stage it was like a whirlwind. She has so many artist that dedicate their career and achievements to her for her integrity and strength. The artist that I believe is most like her today is Beyonce. Beyonce is the diva she is fierce and unstoppable.
Now obviously singing sounds different to the audience, but from where I was I thought we sounded really good. Also, even though I would say at first our dancing was one of our weaker aspects (At least for myself) I think we really did overcome the challenge.
Barbra Streisand is a diva; that’s amazing. Celine Dion is a diva; thank you. But if you want to call me a b*tch, that’s not accurate. Because it’s just not in my nature." Ariana Grande may be little, but the pint-sized singer packs some serious punch when she sings or simply gives telling interviews.
The goal of singing exercises is to tone the soft palate, tongue, and throat muscles so that they do not collapse or vibrate during sleep. Singing exercises are fun to do and, your vocal chords will love you even if you do sing off-key because the vocal cords don’t have ears. One Easy Singing Exercise: 1. Sit or stand in a comfortable position with your back