It may not seem significant to the audience, but to me, a mere 10 years old, it was a major breakthrough. I finally got the chance to spread the joy and love that I gained from this experience to the audience yet it was so nerve wrecking. As I took up my violin and touched the shrill E-string, I was immersed in the beauty of the music that awed me for years. The nervous thoughts just floated away and all that was in my mind was how to shape the music. The clear, sweet singing melody floated out from my three quarter-sized violin as my chubby fingers flew on the fingerboard.
The song has always been listened this way. It is a calm song that is easy to listen to as well as catchy. It is pathologically sound and is helpful when someone just needs to revert to a song to help settle emotions. Right Back in the Water was created as an emotional escape from Jesse McCartney. He gets his emotions out in the open about this difficult situation that he is having with a girl.
Symphonie fantastique is a wonderful piece of music to study because of all the aspects it gives and the beautiful sound that comes with it. There is no doubt that this is not a wonderful Romantic piece and should be cherished for years to
At first I assumed it was not the correct choice for me, but then I got a feel for it and realized how inspiring and life eventful it is. I chose orchestra as my educational activity because it gives you the ability to show off and gain important skills, benefits your body, and teaches you valuable lessons about teamwork. One reason I chose to join orchestra because, it teaches you useful skills,and every so often, tests you on those skills, which can help you in the long run. For example, in an orchestra learn to do things many people can’t. You learn all different types of important skills like how to read sheet music, how to multitask, gain impressive hand-eye coordination, and how to cooperate with people.
The melodies in The Magic Flute always linger on hours after I have listened to them. What is more, the conductor of the version I listened to, Riccardo Muti and the Wiener Philharmoniker excellently executed performance of this beautiful,masterful work. Lastly, The Magic Flute contains one of my favourite arias ever written because of how dramatic it is but more importantly how technically demanding it is and it is none other than the famous Queen of the Night aria (translated to English), ‘Hell’s Vengeance Boils In My Heart’ and specifically the version sung by Edita
Throughout my life I have learned to be grateful for everything that I have, to be someone in life, and to follow your heart no matter the situation. First of all, who am I? I come from a family who are hardworking and achievers. Most of my family own businesses or land that they play a big role in. I am motivated and inspired to follow their pathway and do better, which is why I am always giving it my best to be successful.
Taking the time to write out people, places, things, and memories I couldn’t live without along with goals I have for my life, showed me what is truly important. I think it is common for people to never take the time to write down what is actually driving them to accomplish things in life. By writing these things down I was shown what I really value and what is not as
Personal fulfillment, a flexible schedule, making proper connections, and just enjoying life have always been something I’ve strived for, but have never been above money in my personal hierarchy. As much as I still adore that plan, my mind, like most things, went through a small altercation. When I first attended Kirkwood this previous fall, I landed a work-study position working for the Boy’s & Girl’s Club of Cedar Rapids. I was assigned to Hoover elementary. Like any other job, I was provided a schedule.
Last year my essay on equality was chosen to represent the school in a district wide contest and won first place.Yet my proudest accomplishment has been the gradual yet astounding results I have seen in our mentoring initiative. We have established a bond with all of our students, discussing more than academics but their personal and social concerns that impact their academic success.A large percent of our eighth grade students have applied to magnet and early college programs. Though we in no way claim responsibility, I believe our program gave them the confidence to take the chance .We were able to expand from a small group of people who saw and issue and hoped to help, to a diverse group of students using their combined skills to make an impact.This experience revealed my genuine passion leading and helping others, working from grassroots to making change. In the future I will expand upon what I have learned thus far continuing to address the issue of education equality and pursue my personal
During breaks, we play pop songs together and fool around with our instruments together. In this music room, I have made wonderful friends and learn many new things, improving the quality of my playing as a cellist. Most of all, I get to enjoy music with my schoolmates. Hence, the music room one of my favourite places I like to spend time
She started her musical life at the age of six and learned to play several instruments including piano and percussion. She has won several gold medals in the Royal Conservatory of Music for percussion. She has also played in numerous concerts and district competitions on both piano and marimba and has won various awards. Ireh is currently studying with Ross Salvosa and enjoys learning from him. She has been playing in Vancouver Youth Symphony Orchestra as a percussionist and has been playing the drums in church services for 6 years.
Every single time, I grow a closer and closer bond with my instrument, while being pushed with music that is not in my normal technique level. Usually, in these groups, we have a guest conductor who guides us through how to play the passage. Last year, my director said something that I will never forget for as long as I play music. During our concert, before we played our piece, he turned to the audience and gave a small speech. He said, “Music is the key to solving all of Earth’s problems,” and while it may seem incredibly farfetched, there is certainly some truth to what he was saying.
My sophomore year in school we had a completely new group besides a few of us, so we basically we 're starting from scratch, just because we were young though we wouldn 't consider this a "building year". We played and practiced our hearts out and at the end of the season, came home with a 2nd place trophy. It was bittersweet, but we knew that next year was our year. Most of us played together all summer and when tryouts came around I put myself comfortably into the 2nd bag position. I won a few tournaments, and also lead my team to win larger division tournaments, where we played with schools that had 30-40 times as many students as we did.
I enjoy all the sounds that one instrument can make and how people find inspiration to make something so beautiful. I find it amusing how one instrument can produce different types of sounds and how one instrument can change your mood or make you feel a different type of way. My piece was the third that was led by you, at first it was more upset but then there was a time when only
I enrolled in chorus class at the end of 8th grade thinking that it was just going to be a boring music class that was required to graduate. I haven’t been in a chorus class since I was in 3rd grade. By the end it was one of the most enjoyable class i’ve taken this year. It was a happy environment where you can be yourself, and have fun. I took a lot of things away from this course, and made a lot of memories.