The accent is not a negative issue like it could be, instead in this song it is good for the song and makes the song flow better while sounding better. With the accent he has which adds to the flow and the great message he has in the song it makes it much better to the audience (stuff most singers don 't have). An example is how when he sings,” Always stay humble and kind,” or “when the dreams you dreamin’ come to you,” it sounds much better due to the accent and the words which are being sung start to flow and appeal to the audience. Another positive is that he has an accent that his audience can understand which is crucial so they actually know he’s saying (some accents people don 't understand but if they do understand the audience usually thinks it’s cool/ fascinating). The audience thinking it is “cool” is important so they become more likely to like it and listen to it again.
The Nightingale Concert Hall provided great acoustics for the performances and fit well with the overall style of the concert. With this hall being a decent size, the music really amplified through the venue. I felt as if I was listening to a recorded version of the performances, that’s how good it was. The audience must have felt the same way I did about the performances because at the end of the concert the musicians received a standing
I love the purity and intricacy of classical music and love dancing to compositions that implement different string instruments. As I began to train in modern, hip-hop, and contemporary, I found a deep appreciation for contemporary, instrumental, pop, and jazz music, which can be substantially harder to dance to because of the rhythmic differences. Philip Glass and the Piano Guys are among my favorite composers to dance to. I also enjoy dancing to popular songs on the radio. These songs are interesting to dance to because sometimes I dance to the lyrics and other times I dance to emphasize the melodies behind the lyrics.
Concert Review 6 This year’s West Bay Community Band concert on December 17th was an excellent concert based on the theme of Christmas music. The performance took place at Mills High School in their own theater and had the new staging previously used in their Winter Concert. The Band, Saxtet, Euphonium Quintet, and the Flute Trio had some individuals with the Holiday spirit. The band seemed pretty relaxed and were at ease when playing their selections regarding A Christmas Festival. Winter Wonderland was a played at a Moderato tempo with the Flutes and Clarinets being the most active players in this song.
Rarely, can you find a singer of such quality. The Harmony that’s created in the songs, by different instruments, or just one, came from two or more notes; that they played at the same time. Harmony is just as vital as melody, usually done, by chords variations. The harmonies the band played made the music seem fuller and richer and more satisfying to the listener. The band not only sounded great, and was very professional; performers wore
I wanted to do band, as they were for the first time, letting third graders in the band, so I asked her, “What instrument should I play, Lucy?” She answered, “Well, we have some flute, clarinet, and trumpet spaces left, which one of those do you want to play?” I thought about it, and finally decided I wanted to play the flute. So I told her and she thought it was a good choice, so we set up an audition. It was on a Wednesday after school. We met up with the
Furthermore, I had almost had to like this band even more because of my girlfriend. Overall, one of my favorite aspects of the marching bands was the crazy dynamics in a show. A really good show will move you and make you feel like you are going through the motions of the song while a worse show will just be a song that the band is playing. I never thought about how influential the dynamics of a song could be. The movement of the dynamics mixed with the movements of the band really got me into the bands more than I think I ever have before.
Overall I really enjoy the concert that the Field Band performed. The Army Field Band plays with amazing articulation, tone, tempo and the pulse of the music is very easy to hear. Another thing that they did very well in is dynamics. Their crescendos and decrescendos were very effective, like the whole band plays as one. The sound pyramid that the band had was superb because there are a lot of low brass and less higher octave
So my seven class mates and I learned it, then performed several pieces at the time, and moved on to what we called the cool instruments. My friend Jacob and I were the only fourth graders who were taking the snare at the time and we both loved it, we took solo and ensemble together and both got first on our solos. Sadly, I moved school and couldn’t join my band, but I then found
Throughout high school I have been very involved in my choir program. Music has always inspired and intrigued me. I decided to audition for Colorado All-state choir my junior year. I had to learn a solo and practice many other aspects of being a well-rounded vocalist. When I auditioned I was very nervous but it was nothing compared to the pain I felt of not making it two months later.
As a person, I have drastically changed from a naïve and ignorant child to a wise and realistic adult. The music I listened to back then and the music I listen to now, accentuates this change. When I was younger, I listened to music that was full of life and happiness. Country music made me feel good. I would dance and sing along.
The moment the ensemble started playing, my boyfriend and I were instantly drawn into the music. I was surprised to find myself enjoying the music as much as I did. The group came together so perfect, it was like they were meant to be playing together. Each member had a solo and I have to say that every one of them nailed their part. The vocalist, Mark Christian Miller, had a soothing, calm, yet extremely powerful voice.
“Top Of The World”, as for most of their songs, was a love pop song that appreciated the love that the main character experienced with his/her lover. The instruments in the song were piano, guitar, bass guitar, drums and a tambourine. It created a smooth, harmonious and heartfelt, which is suitable for such a love song. As a result for their success, many people were fan of The Carpenters but they were also criticized by the media because their revolutionary song in pop industry. As Jeff Merron mentioned in “The Carpenters”, Music critic Rob Hoerburger wrote in the New York Times in 1991: “They always dressed as if they were going to church, and they sang sticky songs about love (but never sex).
I enjoyed this song reminded me a lot of my childhood, because it is sung like a lullaby making you feel calm and relaxed. After the Choral Society performed their set the Concert Choir began their set with Let the People Praise Thee by Maurice Manhart. This piece was among my favorites for the night, it was performed acapella by a group of twenty-two singers. The opening of this song reminds me
I remember the moment when we first stood up from the pues and took our first steps onto the stage. My row was the first to walk up, so that was a little nerve racking. When I heard the piano play our first song, my least favorite, was when I really felt the pressure. When I sung my first words and realized that everyone else was singing it wasn’t bad at all, I kind of enjoyed it. The other 3 songs were some of my favorites, so I enjoyed singing them.