After the performance he made Fanny one of the well known 'Ziegfield Follies' for the 1910 edition and helped boost up her journey of becoming a star. If it wasn't for Ziegfield she would of still become a star, but publicity does make everything. Ziefield gave a twist to her. Instead of giving her the typical girly girl beautiful dress songs, he gave Fanny her signature song "My Man" She had done comedy throughout her career so far and now Ziegfield gives her a sad song to sing. I would of thought Ziegfield was loosing it, don't fix what's not broken.
His dad was a businessman, a bookstore owner and did not encourage Leonard’s music passion, but still he took Leonard to orchestra concerts when he was a teenager. Later Samuel fully supported his son by getting him formally trained in music. Leonard loved music ever since he was young, especially the piano, and started teaching himself on a hand me down piano from his cousin. At a young age for his sister, he “would often play entire operas or Beethoven symphonies” (Leonard Berstein, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia). At age seventeen, he started studying music at Harvard University where he published his first known musical score for the play “The Birds” by Aristophanes (Leonard Berstein, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia).
October 12, 11 Cynthia Gannon 580 Broadway Lynnfield, MA 01940 Dear Nana: I truly enjoyed our interview on Sunday October 16, 2011 at your apartment. It was very interesting to talk about your generation and how it compares to mine today. As you and I were eating, the first and only topic that came up was music. During your generation, the only way of listening to music was records and record players. So, you would have to wait along time for new music because artists were producing new records.
Your first thought after reading the title of this short story may have been that it is going to be a romantic love story. We have all read stories and watched movies about fairytales that all had happy endings, but this story is much different. In this particular short story it is about the love that two teenagers share for one another. The relationship between the two completely shades all the other important aspects in their lives. The young couple China and Jeremy were always together, they did everything together.
Judy Garland; Eulogy Frances Gumm, or also known as Judy Garland a name that you may not recognize in this era but her work as a famous film actress is well known. She has been an idol for many young girls to pursue their dreaming in acting and singing. She has starred in her most popular film the “Wizard of Oz” and her song “Somewhere over the Rainbow” has become an inspiring song still to this day. Her role as Dorothy made its way into the hearts of millions. The Wizard of Oz was famous at that time because it was one of the first movies to be made in Technicolor's.
1 hit “Not Over You,” especially when Colbie Caillat came back out to the stage to do the duet with Gavin Degraw. It was a great way to end a perfect show. I was really glad that I attended her concert. The songs that Colbie was singing, Fallin’ for You; The Little Things; Begin Again; Realize; I Do; Let’s Make It Rain; Shadow; Lucky (with Andy Grammer); What If; I Never Told You; Favorite Song; I Won’t; Brighter Than the Sun; and Bubbly. My all-time favorite song from Colbie is Bubbly.
His profile also blossomed by playing with other artists like the Mills Brothers, Louis Jordan, Tommy Dorsey, and Ella Fitzgerald. Many great musicians influenced Louis Armstrong. He, in turn, is said to have influenced nearly every singer who followed him. (Louis Armstrong) Dizzy Gillespie once said of Armstrong “If it had not been for him, there would have been none of us.” When asked who most influenced Billie Holiday, she replied about Louis Armstrong “He didn’t say words, but somehow it just moved me so. It sounded like he was making love to me.
Pine Ridge Players to perform Tartuffe! By Lizzy Parsons Special to the Beacon Remember being little and having your favorite Dr. Seuss stories read to you at night? There were hypocrites, liars, funny little men, and creatures of all sizes. Well, Tartuffe brings that to life, minus all of the silly creatures. “Tartuffe reminds me of a grown up version of a Dr. Seuss book.” says Casey McCall, who plays Mariane, “It really is a great Show, and I think that people will enjoy it a lot.” The audience is in for quite the surprise when they see this show.
King Say Show Must Go On When I was a little girl I loved watching one musical on VHS. It was because of this one part, and eventually my VCR ate the tape because I fast-forwarded one time too many. It was the Siamese ballet called “Small House of Uncle Thomas” that sparked my attention. The dancing enthralled me. I loved Poor Little Eva, King Simon, Little Topsy, and Geoooo-rge!.
Music Influence Music has been around since the beginning of time even though we do not see how music in the ancient world was even music. Since then music has gone through many stages where singers/songwriters relay messages through their music because of the world corruption and how it affects our lives. Music is a part of what society is whether its accepted or not, it can’t be gotten rid of. Music takes on the role of how the world is around us. Most people may not even realize it, but songwriters incorporate world events into the songs we hear every day.