Godspell is a musical that explains various parables from the Gospel of Matthew (and a few from the Gospel of Luke.) The production of Godspell put on at Carthage took a modern approach to the Broadway classic. Instead of philosophers debating religion during the opening, it was college students venting on the internet. Additionally, the actors chose not to don clown makeup after choosing to follow Jesus, but instead, each wore a pin to demonstrate their allegiance. The music is set to modern beats but the lyrics are derived from popular hymns.
Every true story ends in death… and this is a true story. Gale sayers is a very good football player, but not very many people know about his backup Brian Piccolo. Brian is a very shy and outgoing man, he will not stop even when he wants to.
Grade Details - All Questions Page: 1 2 3 4 Question 1. Question : Which of the following musicals were based on classic plays and literature?
The Solo&Ensemble event was new for me this year but I was glad to participate. The first step was to choose a song. I chose ‘‘He’s Gone Away‘‘ (American Folk song) arranged by Ruth Elaine Schram because it sounds so nice and it seemed to me that it perfectly works
The James Crumble Trio band performed on October 6, 2016 at St. John’s Meeting Place. The ensemble was very small but gave the restaurant a superb ambience. The instrumentation of the ensemble included three instruments: guitar, string bass, and drums. James Crumble Trio is a smooth-cool jazz band, and their sound is mostly relaxing and mellow. The band’s music was also more than likely arranged, although it seemed that some of the solos could have been improvised. The performance did not have a printed program, and the musicians were not available to speak about their works.
It is hard to imagine Van Halen without thinking of their original album that copied the band’s name. They were a total party rock and roll machine in their day’s of the 80’s. From “Somebody Get Me A Doctor” to “D.O.A.”, the content on Van Halen II comes up as ruminative, which is fleshed out by instrumental shreddings of lead guitarist Eddie Van Halen and drummer Alex Van Halen. The players are free to create any familiar fuzz-tone riff, sudden bass run, cowbell clunk, and rumbling drum eruption which is known to their genre. The album named Van Halen II, is rarely cited as one of the groups best works. The recording process was completed in three weeks, this started some sonic innovation. Eddie Van Halen achieved a thick guitar sound by overloading
Cheves 1 Perry Cheves Ms. Kim 25 November, 2014 English ~ Block E Changes Resulting from a Pressure to Assimilate According to former president William McKinley, "The mission of the United Sates is one of benevolent assimilation." It has been widely known that people who don’t fit in (culturally or physically), well, won’t fit in until they are "normal," or assimilated into Western culture. There are examples of this in everyday life, such as if a person with an Asian accent is introduced to a group with an English accent, he or she will most likely be regarded as different, and will be excluded from interaction with the rest of the group. But, if the person slowly changes their accent to become part of the norm, then the person will become
Have you ever heard of Uptown Funk by Bruno Mars? The Red Shoes by IU? Both of these songs sprout from a genre that everyone has heard of at least one time in some point of their lives: jazz. Jazz is a genre that started out in the early 20th
¬¬¬¬¬Music Cover Paper During the late 1980s, two brothers from Leith, Scotland, formed a Celtic rock band called The Proclaimers which gained popularity in Europe. After their first hit album, The Proclaimers released a second album called Sunshine on Leith, and from that album came their most famous song, “I’m Gonna Be 500 Miles,” which woul¬¬¬¬d reach number one on the charts in New Zealand and Australia, as well as number 3 on the charts in the United States. Later in 2013, a cover of “I’m Gonna Be 500 Miles” was recorded by Sleeping at Last, an alternative rock band formed in 1999. Both of these covers have distinct and noticeable differences, including, genre, feel, lyrics, and instrumentation. Comparing these two songs, it is easy to see the reflections of the different artists who produced them.
During this praxis I had to really connect with my partner to come up with this melody. It was difficult at first to connect our emotions but we were able to accomplish it. I learned through this exercise that the songs that I compose should connect emotionally with the listeners. It’s about bringing the emotional piece in the song and connecting it with your audience. Adding diverse voices to the melody makes the melody more profound overall.
On any given day I listen to various types of music. For example, Rap, R&B ,Country, Pop are usually my top song genres to listen to. The only music I can't get into is Screamo. Within a few seconds of listening to it, I automatically switch to a song more appealing to my taste.I don't enjoy the screaming of the song lyrics. I also noticed that many of the lyrics of Screamo songs have to deal with love or pain. Even though I am not a fan of this genre I do like the emotions and message behind the artist's lyrics.
Genius is a music website for contributing meaningful and insightful knowledge on the explanation of various texts (eg. music, literature, news, etc). You share your thoughts on texts by highlighting the text and writing inferences and observations you perceived while reading the text. Others can gain insight on the meaning of different texts. For example, if I search the song, “Primadonna” on Genius, I have the option of selecting one of the texts on the list of songs that it provides in the search results. I select the song, and I can look at other’s annotations to gain knowledge on what is occurring or the deeper meaning of the text. Additionally, you can also add song, artist or album facts. This
This song starts off very much like the Jimi Hendrix guitar solo in Purple Haze. The difference in this piece is that it tones down a bit so you are able to hear the lyrics of the song although it still feels that the guitar is the “star” or solo of the song. I believe Janis Joplin is also the lead singer in this song and she has an amazing voice. It is a rough, blues feel and she could hit some high notes. Her style of singing is amazing.
The song “Magic” is by a Scottish rock band called Pilot. The band makes mainly pop rock and soft rock songs. Pilot is no longer active but were from 1973 to 2014. The band’s members were David Paton, Ian Bairnson, Billy Lyall, and Stuart Tosh. Their songs are usually made with vocals, guitars, pianos, and drums.