Also, they try to connect with the audiences while they sing. They have a lot of skills that made them good actors and actresses, such as when they sing and act orderly in the same time. There acting made the play very funny and good In conclusion, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson play was very enthusiastic, and it was totally worth seeing it. Music has the most important role in the play, and how it touched the audiences' feelings. The stage size was very helpful to make the actors and the actresses move easily.
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.
I really like the Ke nna yo Monrena pieces because of how different the piece comparing to the rest of other pieces, and it was charming by the box drum and the tambourine. It made me feel more alive, and I wanted to dance and sing along with it. I found the first piece was not enjoyable because it seemed like I was in a church back in the eleventh century. Eventhough, Exsultate, Justi in Domino and Ke nna yo Morena were about some sort of God or Lord, but everyone could tell the different between those two from texture, pitch, temp, and ect. Altogether, I feel like the performers did a fantastic job on that
Meanwhile McFerrin’s song “Hallucinations”, he uses the same bebop style and melody throughout the whole song while sounding out the base and trumpet using his voice. I found McFerrin’s techniques to be very impressive because he pioneered the use of an octave-jumping technique moving from bass notes to falsetto, creating multiple sounds. Although, Wright’s music is more soulful, and she uses her raw voice to extend words and notes but also fuses gospel with jazz by using the guitar drums and piano. In my opinion, Wright and McFerrin’s tempo is very distant from one another. Wright’s tempo can be slow and have a feel-good gospel jazz vibe, whereas McFerrin’s is very fast and hard to keep up with, I do not believe his audience would use his song “Hallucinations” to kick back and relax to, contradicting its euphoric title.
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.
I think this was a great choice for the opening piece because it captured the listener’s attention. “La Mer” is a classical French piece of music that was written by Debussy in the twentieth century. The song begins with a disjunct sound caused by the different melodies and harmonies being played by different sections of the orchestra. Slowly out of the chaos brings a light, airy feeling that was accomplished by the help of a flute and violin solo. The excitement again grows causing a repetitive feel, but this time it is cultivated by the brass and the percussion sections that cause a tremendous increase in the volume of the piece.
When the captain sang the song with his children, you could see how much love he had for them as their father. It was a very touching part of the movie that was very enjoyable. No matter how bad things looked, Maria never gave up and she always tried making people happy along the way. She persevered through every obstacle with persistence and it was quite admirable and inspirational. The story was fit the timeline very well and created some great tension in the movie, such as when the captain was to be drafted for the German Navy for World War II.
Emerson, in a grand attempt to share a metaphor of a beautiful instrument, simply, yet boldly utters, “trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string” (3). The awe-inspiring metaphor can be deciphered as this: if what is in your heart feels right, it is right. Emerson believes that people’s thoughts and feelings are naturally right because they are their own thoughts and feelings. Through this metaphor, Emerson is able to paint a majestic picture of what many might see as an angel playing harp, with music gently reassuring the audience that what they each think and feel is divine. The speaker generates pathos in his audience as he kindly reminds the people to have confidence in themselves.
Shakespeare employs light and religious imagery in Act 1, Sc. 5 of Romeo and Juliet to characterize Romeo and Juliet’s love as extremely simple and bold. This imagery is apparent throughout Act 1, Scene 5, especially during Romeo’s speech to and about Juliet in lines 51 through 60. Many of the lines that support Shakespeare’s use of imagery show things as being black and white, for example “a snowy dove trooping with crows” (1.5.55). When things are black and white, they are usually very simple and easy to decipher because of the large contrast between the colors, and this contrast also makes .
Some of the comon traits of soft rock music is that it is very melodic and often puts a lot emphasis on vocal harmonies. Intruments that are comon in this gerne are acoustic guitars, pianos, synthazisers. Then wehn it comes to the comon themes that are in soft rock, they almost all seem to talk about love and romance. Mostly love, everyday life, and relationships, these all seem to be very popular themes in this genre. About the song 1.
Angels We Have Heard on High was played at an Allegro tempo that sent good vibes throughout the song. Hark the Herald Angels Sing was played at an Andante tempo that expressed the Flutes who are mostly composed of expression of a choir singing the song. Jolly Old St. Nicholas was played at an Andante tempo and indicated the excellence of the whole band with soothing music. Deck the Halls was played at a Moderato tempo and demonstrated the high’s and low’s of the High Woodwind range. Gabriel’s Oboe was played at a Moderato Tempo and reveals the hidden sound most audiences do not hear due to the low and sweet sound that comes out of the instrument.
The vocalist, Mark Christian Miller, had a soothing, calm, yet extremely powerful voice. I couldn 't stop myself from smiling as he was singing and engaging with the audience. Although, Mark was great, Jennifer Leitham really caught my attention every time she would play whether it be a solo or playing with the ensemble. She was incredible and wonderful on the upright bass. When she played it sounded so effortless
It’s obvious in Einfeld’s well thought out and happy to agree answers that the title of this piece is sympathy. Like every good conductor he’s made his adjustments, worked out his interpretation and is ready to relay his vision to his audience. Then Sarah Ferguson plays the wrong string: “but you’ve done this before”. You can almost picture Einfeld’s baton moving sharper and faster. “I don’t tell untruths”.
I like how all the instruments played blend together naturally. This is what makes it sound very nice and calming. Sometimes, it sounds like there are birds singing in the background because of the light notes that are being played. This symphony may have been composed for an exciting event such as a wedding or awards ceremony. The composer may have officially composed this not very long ago.
The performer was very skilled on the organ and played this piece beautifully, Marshall seemed confident in his performance and looked like he was enjoying playing it. Sonata VI was a fast to very fast tempo, throughout the entire piece. In the program the piece was said to be allegro molto meaning very fast. Again, the piece was very spiritual like the first and had a catholic harmonic feel as well. The audience enjoyed this piece, their eyes were closed letting the music flow through them.