This song was very loud and powerful. The Delta Symphony followed this song with “Romance” by Antonin Dvorak, which was my personal favorite song during the concert. I had never heard this song before, but I enjoyed it very much because it was whimsical. There were no boring parts in
What a song! As a big Stevie Wonder fan, I was excited to hear this piece as a closing. The ensemble plays the piece gracefully from beginning to the end. I really enjoyed myself at this sponsored event as the music, the ambiance; the liveliness was a great combination. Music being played live should always be appreciated because the future is going downhill as far as appreciating true and live music.
If the goal was to win over the crowd then it passed because they performed crowd pleasers, was synchronized for the most part, and gave the crowd something to remember. You can never go wrong with performing old school jams during halftime at a Historically Black College or University (HBCU). Tennessee State University’s Aristocrat of Bands is known for their song choices and unique formation. Senior Day held up to that title. Performing “Never Can Say Goodbye” by Jackson 5, while the seniors were being announced was something that was going to be memorable for the seniors well past the end of their performance.
Grupo Duelo played many of their romantic and greatest hits of their career. Some of the songs that Grupo Duelo played were “Te Odio y Te Amo,” “Pobre Loco,” and “El Amor No Acaba.” Most of the songs made the audience cheer and sing along with Grupo Duelo as they were performing. The audience was so fascinated by the group that they constaly asked them to sing another song after they had finish with their performance. I really like Grupo Duelo’s songs since the rhythm and beats sounded awesome that they make a person like me to sing along and
Youvika Menos Mul 1010 Concert Report I attended the Boston pops on the 4th of July 2010, during the event I was a casual listener as I learn from my music class ” this type of listener likes having music playing, filling the environment with sounds, whether present as a background to drive, study, work, exercise, or hang out with friends”. The environment was very enjoyable people sat on the grass they wear funny Abraham Lincoln hat it was a family environment. Many pieces were performed but most of them were patriotic. There were many style that were performed for example modern, classical, etc… the instrumentation of the orchestra was amazing, some of the instruments I don’t even know their name, but from where I was I could see that there
Plus, Madeline Pumariega, President Dr. Thomas Meyer, Dean of Academic Affairs; and Dr. Rosa Mayorga, Chair, Department of Arts and Philosophy of the Wolfson Campus for their continued support. To begin, I felt that the instrumentalists all performed pretty well even though it was just a rehearsal before the concert. The composers were able to play each of their individual instruments good enough that the compositions they performed were in tune and it sounded as though we were actually in the real concert that they performed later that day. “You And The Night And The Music” is a song composed by Arthur Schwartz with lyrics by Howard Dietz debuted on November 28, 1934; “Summertime” was composed by George Gershwin for the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess, re-harmonized by Mike Di Liddo; “I Feel Fine” song written by John Lennon Paul McCartney
In an interview she told the interviewee that she chose country because “There is so much passion and everyday life in the songs (Country Legends, 2011).” When taking a closer look at her songs we will be able to see this. Even though she was a country singer at heart she was unable to stick to her country roots in the start of her career. In 1965 Dolly signed with Monument Records. They saw Dolly as a “bubblegum pop singer” versus a country singer and encouraged her to sing as the same (Wikipedia, 2012). She did
Fear of Romance was the 3rd band and they were much different then the others, they were all instrumental. Fears of Romance were clear fan favorites as they had many fans in the crowd, and received a standing obviation. Narineh was performing next and she did an outstanding job and was also a fan favorite. It was her first time performing in front of an audience. Stage Hands brought a lot of excitement to the show, with there unique Broadway - rock style to the ACC crowd.
An Audience with the Queen Aretha Franklin has been as regarded as having one of the most eccentric voices of or civilization which is why she had a stunning performance at Radio City Music Hall on February 17, 2012. She performed a wide array of songs from early in her career from the 1960s up until this past year. She also managed to recognize the death of Whitney Houston by sharing her feelings and thoughts of her friend and by also singing her rendition of “I Will Always Love You,” a song which served as a pinnacle for Whitney Houston’s career. Aretha also gave the crowd a bonus by singing “The Greatest Love of All,” another song worldly known and attributed to Whitney Houston vibrant music career, at the end of her performance.
Langston Calhoun Professor Gardner Music 004(online) April 22, 2012 The Concert To Remember #2 The United states Air Force Band of the Golden West has one of the most significant music selection I have ever heard. They have there organization to complement there great performance. Before each song they would tell you the song followed by where the inspiration came from. I really enjoyed hearing all of that because it makes you appreciate the music just as much. Captain Haley Armstrong led the band to a wonderful performance.