Next was Eddie Perfect, who received quite a lot of applause upon entering the stage. He was young, charming and had a very nice rich quality to his voice, as well as a great range. But what specifically reminded me very much of a young Michael Buble was his style. “Fly Me to the Moon”, “Waltz for Debby” and “Ancient Memories” are my favorite out of all the song at that night. Jazz music sound soft and mellow as playing on however like all music, it tells a story and here are the stories of “Fly Me to the Moon”, “Waltz for Debby” and “Ancient Memories”.
I loved act one. The awkward humor when Becky and Max first met was great, and the story line really drew me in. The second act completely changed pace and that confused me a lot. Becky, instead of king of light and funny like she was in the first act, became aggressive and crazy. Max just became more of a dick, and the challenges in Susan and Andrews relationship added a lot of craziness to the show.
Eve’s Bayou Eve’s Bayou, a movie set in rural Louisiana, opens with a party. People dancing, drinking, and a high class image of the African- American family. The Batistes' wealth and social standing is interesting during this time period. A voice is soon heard in the background, which almost serves as foreshadowing. I had to watch the movie again to establish that the voice was Eve’s voice, but as an adultOne concept that is important in this film is theme; the overall universal theme is growth.
There were visuals around the theater, which made it easier to understand and visualize what Lopez was trying to describe when writing the song. The sorrow of the princess was definitely felt by the audience and it was heard throughout the piece. Since the piece was intended to be sad, it remained in a minor key for the most part. I did notice that as the intensity of the song (when the princess’ father send soldiers to capture the two lovers) was shown by using louder dynamics such as fortissimo (ff) rather than piano (p) or pianissimo (pp). Lopez also included more use of the percussion and brass instruments such as the tuba, trombone, trumpet and horn making the suspense grow.
The class workshop and I performed and explored one of the scenes in the removalists which portrayed Fiona and Kenny fighting each other verbally. The scene starts off with Fiona doing the ironing and suddenly Kenny walks in and asks Fiona to make some dinner for him, she tells him no and he increasingly gets angrier at her. The class explored this scene by acting it out by having a comedy side to it which gave Kenny a witty side to his slouchy Australian self; this part of the scene represents a typical Australian male in society back in the 60s, funny but can be violent and harmful within his
In the first part, timpani make music richer layering. The flute give me briskly and comfortable feeling. As a polyphonic music, different main theme of integration is very coordinated. The second part is called "Restoration." It begins with a free style melody that soon change to the shape note tune.
This represents his intense desire for Daisy and his hopes and dreams for the future. Fitzgerald uses satire to create irony and ridicule throughout the book, this helps introduce humour such as Gatsby knocking the clock off the mantle piece. The Great Gatsby is a historical snippet into the jazz age, an age of great wealth but also a great lack of morals. This was a time of exuberant and frivolous parties and undeserving wealth and immorality. This is beautifully captured by Fitzgerald.
Each version is contrast. “Orror Lullaby, Strange Loop, The Real is Surreal Waltz from Gorky’s Dream Garden” wrote by Michelle Ekizian(b 1956). A pianist explain composer whose name is Michelle. When piano rhythm is fast, Clarinet and flute is slow and after piano tempo became slow. Rich texture and consonance was great.
18th Century Classical Music vs 21st Century American Popular Music Music is the loudest art form. It conveys emotion and character in the most obnoxious way. Its effects are immediate. A person hearing a tune playing from a mile away may begin to tap their feet, nod their head, bounce, or break out in a dance to the beat. Music is available in many different styles and flavors.
If someone walks in or looks around the door and you are not laid in a sleeping position, don't make any quick movements or they will see or hear you. Just close your eyes and try your best to stay still and act like you are falling asleep or have fallen asleep. ------------------------------------------------- Think about the best way to lay. Lay facing away from the door or wherever it is light, to reduce the chance of the person seeing you if you