Choir Essays

  • Choir Narrative Essay

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    Usually I’m not upset to go to choir everyday, but this year has been one of the worst choirs I’ve ever been in. The past two years of choir was the best choirs we’ve ever had. First off I’m going to start by saying Ms. Kruth does not try to enhance our singing voices at all. This past fall concert we did on October 3rd, 2016 honestly a mess and very unprofessional. She did not fully prepare us for this concert we did. The first few days of school usually we jumped right into knowing each other and

  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Burton Middle School

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    voice as my family members would say. Yes, yes indeed I had stage fright. I was a thirteen year old seventh grader going to Burton Middle School. I absolutely have a love for music, but I somewhat couldn’t express that publicly. That is why I chose choir as an elective, to see if the class can get me out my comfort zone and for the start of it….it was not going at all well. I was still somewhat the shy type. Apparently, my mom had a discussion with my choral director about me. That’s when everything

  • Creative Writing Personal Statement

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    Personal Statement 2) Every person has a creative side, and it can be expressed in many ways: problem-solving, original and innovative thinking, and artistically, to name a few. Describe how you express your creative side. Because of the bedtime stories my dad would read my siblings and me, the love for books and the scenes the authors could create began to feed my imagination. Nonetheless, my creative side actually emerged in Seventh Grade English/Creative Writing class. This one assignment impacted

  • Society In Lord Of The Flies Essay

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    In William Golding's, Lord of the Flies, a group of power hungry boys struggle to hold together their own society while maintaining their own ideas and values, that will soon be stripped away. As the boys began to plunge deeper into the isolation of the lone island, the boys soon realize this is no longer a waltz. Soon leadership, ideals, morals, and their own sense of right and wrong will be put to the most extreme test. Who will they be when the density of the petrifying environment gets to them

  • Classical Tradition In The Renaissance Era

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    How has the Classical tradition (the art of Greece and Rome) continued to affect art through the 1700s? The Greek and the Roman culture perfectly understood the combination of philosophy, arts, and literature to create a sense of overwhelming feelings and admirations on ancient cultures. Even though these two civilizations no longer have the preeminence, yet many years later, the world continues to remember their accomplishment in the world of art. One element that would not be forgotten about the

  • Scarlatti Musica Ricercata Analysis

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    1. D. Scarlatti (1685 – 1757) Sonata in G Minor K.426 Sonata in G Major K.427 The Italian composer Domenico Scarlatti, son of equally renowned composer Allesandro, wrote 555 sonatas for keyboard (mostly for harpsichord or fortepiano) during his lifetime. The letter K. before the number of the work stands for Ralph Kirkpatrick who produced a chronological edition of the sonatas in 1953. All of Scarlatti’s sonatas are single movement works, mostly in binary form, and these two sonatas

  • Personal Narrative: How Country Music Changed My Life

    490 Words  | 2 Pages

    During July 19-22 of 2012, Twin Lakes, Wisconsin. It was a very hot day about 90 degrees. We were like in a middle of a hay field. I was with my best friends. There were trucks everywhere and a lot of adults and younger people drinking and dancing to country music. There were a lot of police there too. This was Country Thunder. Country Thunder is a very big music Fest for country music and it's about the same week as Country USA. I had a 4-day pass and I can see all the people who were singing

  • Math Autobiography: My Experience To Teaching Mathematics

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    "Math Autobiography" The importance of Math has been emphasized over and over by countless people. Although I am aware of its importance, I have never allowed myself to see the importance of it. Math, however, as I know, is a very important subject. It is a prerequisite for almost every area of life. This essay presents an overview of my personal experiences with Math, both positively and negatively, along with my overall attitude towards the subject and lastly, it will share how confident I am with

  • Superego In Lord Of The Flies Essay

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    In the novel Lord of the Flies, Golding unknowingly uses Simon, Piggy, Ralph, and Jack to illustrate id, ego, and superego. The id is the set of uncoordinated instinctual trends; the super-ego plays the critical and moralizing role; and the ego is the organized, realistic part that mediates between the desires of the id and the super-ego. Golding shows the id, ego, and superego with Jack being the id, Ralph being the ego, and Piggy as the superego. Firstly, Jack represents id within the allegory

  • Ms. Lacy's Character Analysis

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    Ms. Lacy was a music and chorus teacher at John J. Wright and Spotsylvania Middle Schools where I had the pleasure of being one of her students from 1981 to 1985 when I attended her sixth grade music class and subsequently joined chorus during my seventh grade year. Dr. Likona assets, “The school has to build on the work the family does” in the area of character education. (Lyon, Raising Good Children – Character Education Talk in Singapore 1 [Video file], 2009) Ms. Lacy exemplified Dr. Likona’s

  • Utah Chamber Choir

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    Concert Report: University of Utah Chamber Choir 4/26/16 The first piece of the evening was “Versa est in Luctum” by Tomás Luis de Victoria.. Throughout the piece, the University of Utah Chamber Choir: did a nice job of creating nice gentle crescendos. This was created by the connection the choir and their conductor created with each other. This connection allowed them to not only seamlessly change in dynamics, but to also create beautiful emotion which accurately portrayed the mournful nature

  • Essay On Show Choir

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    On Show Choir When people hear the words “show choir” their minds may automatically think of the TV show “Glee”, but that isn’t exactly a great representation of what we do. Many people are ignorant about what show choir is because they haven’t had experience with it or no one has told them. I don’t blame them because I know how confusing it can be but I’ve learned through my own experiences in show choir and through my sister’s experiences. It has taken me a lot of time to fully understand what

  • Compare And Contrast Football And Choir

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    When people think of artists, specifically choir, they think of talent, creativity, and cooperation. When people think of athletes, in particular, football, they think of strength, manliness, and endurance. Football and choir seem like they are as different as night and day. First of all, they are executed in completely different ways. Choir requires singing, reading music, memorizing pieces of music, and learning harmonies. Football includes learning a specific play, scoring points, running the

  • Fit In The Choir Analysis

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    Eysenck’s Five Factor Model of Personality. These theories examine factors that help build and shape our identity internally and externally. To validate theories, I will be examining Martin Luther’s classic identity crisis from the article Fit in the Choir. A common question high school students get during their graduation year is ‘what are you going to major in?’ and most students will not know. Erikson’s and Marcia’s theory both support this common theme. However, I found that Marcia was more realistic

  • Show Choir Reflection Essay

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    During this show choir season, I have thrown up eleven times. Not only before performing, but also while performing. However, I did not let this stop me from learning a lot from show choir. Throwing up on stage might not be be most enjoyable experience, but you live and you learn. Through hard work and dedication, I have learned many lifelong lessons from show choir, and made many friends that will have a lasting impact on my character. As a result of being a part of show choir, I have grown much

  • My Holiday Choir Concert

    559 Words  | 3 Pages

    lights scattered around town? For me it was always my holiday choir concert like the one I attended by the SIUE choirs. The first choir to perform, was the Choral Society, they sang a total of six songs. This group was not my favorite however; I did enjoy their performance of Away in a Manger arraigned by Shaw/Parker in 2012. This song is one of many Christian Christmas classics. For the majority of the song the tempo was largo. The choir sang this song in legato meaning smoothly and connected. I

  • Mormon Tabernacle Choir Concert Review

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    I had the opportunity this week to watch the concert “Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.” The performance was on November 17, 2015. This concert was preformed very well. Parts of the concert were very calm and sincere, while others were upbeat and fun. While at the concert three musical numbers stuck out to me. 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

  • High School Choir Research Paper

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    finished my fourth hour class and now I’m walking down the noisy hallway towards the choir room for my next class. I’ve always loved to sing and I’m excited to start my first day in a new choir. Walking down the hallway I start to wonder, what will it be like? Where will I sit? Am I good enough to be apart of a topnotch high school choir? Hopefully good answers to these questions will come my way. Arriving at the choir room I can already see it’s a completely different environment than I’ve ever experienced

  • Stop Choir Boy Play Analysis

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    Choir Boy, written by Tarell Alvin McCraney, lets viewers into the world of adolescent boys as they struggle with of their sexuality and self. The play centers on the main character, Pharus, a black young man who attends Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys. As denoted by the play’s title, Pharus, is in the choir and is preparing anxiously for his solo performance of the school anthem at a graduation ceremony

  • Personal Narrative: How Choir Changed My Life

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    I have been in choir since I was five, in the many years I have spent with the choir I have learned many new things. They Include: discipline, and the importance of listening, especially to your elders as they have valuable information and guidance that they can provide you with. Acceptance, many of the people I have met through choir have had trouble with things that are hard to talk about, or are part of the LGBT+ community, since befriending them I have found that people can accepting. Theory