you get the opportunity to attend something special, emotional and lasting. Last week I attended the 19th Annual Music Master Awards/ Conference/Tribute Concert for The Everly Brothers. I will cherish and remember the conference but especially the concert forever. When I think about it today I have two distinct emotions, joy and a tear.
At the conference we saw some very rare footage of The Everly Brothers, film clips from Germany and England not seen by my many until the conference. The Brothers are seen in their pure unblemished state, voices like angels. What a true treat we experienced at the conference.We got to spend an hour with Graham Nash. There were about 100 or so of us sitting in a room just listening and talking him. His love for the Everly Brothers is…
Bye Bye Birdie
Bye Bye Birdie is a comedic musical with the music by Charles Strouse in 1963. The following cast members sing many solos, duos, trios and full cast songs: Janet Leigh (Rosie DeLeon), Dick Van Dyke (Albert F. Peterson), Ann-Margret (Kim McAfee), Maureen Stapleton (Mae Peterson), Bobby Rydell (Hugo Peabody), Jesse Pearson (Conrad Birdie). There are 15 songs total.
“Bye Bye Birdie” intro is a solo by Kim. It is a song with an upbeat tempo. Lyrics are depressing because she is…
jumpstarted an industry. This new industry so popular that it became the basis of a new American musical, Bye Bye Birdie, written by Michael Stewart with lyrics by Lee Adams and music by Charles Strouse. This musical created the foundations for a movie adaptation written three years later, starring Dick Van Dyke of the original Broadway production and Ann-Margret. The show’s quick jump from stage-to-screen filled the need to create a version…
Do you know how it feels to be with the loved one, the person that makes you happy and secure
by the fire warm? Cahn has done a good job putting his thoughts in this song saying that, even though
there is a snow storm outside, and there is no place to go, as long as you’re with the person that you love
it’s going to be fine.
Cahn started with the first device, Personification. “Oh the weather outside is frightful…”
(1;1), he uses personification here saying that there are too many snow…
What would life be without feelings love and choices in this world? In a book called The Giver it had two main character, Jonas and the Give. Jonas and the GIver were in a very controlling community. It took place in a weird way! in the future.Oh and by the way Jonas is the new receiver. Love choices and feelings would makes a positive community in The Giver.
Love would have been important to the community to make it positive.one queote that suports my answer on page 124 is “Who…
Now I don’t know,
how Jerry Lee Lewis,
found out I’d come along in March,
in my year of 1957.
But it must of been that great moment,
when I let out my first shout
and mom had her cry -
that Jerry yelled out, ”Great Balls of Fire!”
Mom and dad raised me just fine,
of that I have no doubt,
but I had no music,
to make my cradle rock.
on radios I didn’t hear,
The Crickets were singing -
“That’ll Be The Day”
But there was no one,
who’d sing a rock ballad,
to a tiny baby -
Once upon a time, there were two neighbors with close families and they had a great relationship they fell in love and lived happily ever after……… this is not that story. In William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Romeo & Juliet, it shows that Romeo and Juliet are not in love because they get married the day after they meet, they experience lust at first sight, and they are too immature.
In William Shakespeare's tragedy of Romeo & Juliet, it shows that Romeo and Juliet are not in love because…
John Anderson, My Jo is about a couple growing old together; it is from the women's point of view. The beginning start with when they first met and talks about how when she was young she fell in love with a young man that had dark hair. The transition from when they first met to when they are growing old together is when the man’s hair is described as the color of snow. The last stanza talks about them going down a hill which, I think, is to symbolize their life together and ends with them going…
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
The Two Gentlemen of Verona is a play by William Shakespeare where the main focus is on friendship and love. The play starts in the streets of Verona where Valentine is leaving for Milan to experience life outside of Verona and to improve on his life. Valentine must say good-bye to his best friend Proteus, who stays behind in Verona because Proteus is madly in love with Julia. Proteus is so blinded by his love for Julia, that he admits that he has gave way to his…
Every time we're down, you can make it right and that makes you larger than life...”
The first sentence describes how Creon feels with Haimon and Antigone’s love in two ways. The first way is before they both die because Haimon is fighting with his dad about it, which causes Haimon to leave on bad terms which ends up being their last conversation. The second way it reminds me of this is how everyone, including Creon, feels after the two die. The “larger than life” part reminds me of when Creon…