Fantasia

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  • Fantasia Film Analysis

    White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, and Dumbo. Although not the first animated movie to be created, Fantasia (1940) was the first movie to connect classical music with animations. Directed by James Algar and released in 1940, this movie was the first of its kind, using classical music and creating scenes with animations around that music or vice versa. This movie contains eight musical segments all narrated by Deems Taylor with different music and animations like Mickey Mouse, fairies, flowers, dinosaurs, figures from mythology, animals, and spirits for each of the scenes. As…

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  • Lose To Win By Fantasia Barrino: Song Analysis

    Is love worth losing your happiness over? The imagine of love was created for the comfort of a man. There was just Adam on earth and God himself said something is missing you can’t do this alone. Thus, woman was created half of a man was taken to create the whole of a woman. What exactly is the defining line of true love? Do I spill out my all for you to be filled with this feeling we call love? Do I forget about myself to make sure you are a hundred percent well? Is loving you worth losing my…

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  • Analysis Of John Jenkins's Fantasia No. 13

    Music has been invariably elucidated throughout history altering the definition of what is considered melodic, and revolutionizing the manner in which pieces are composed and one of the most prominent periods of musical transformations was the 17th century. It was during these influential times in which music was subjected to the Reformation and Counter-Reformation, both signifying turbulent times for the church and both fundamental in the salvation of polyphonic musical composition as…

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  • The Color Purple Play Analysis

    “Sexual Awakening & Performance of Excess in The Color Purple” As preached by the church ladies at The Color Purple, we better lock up all our men and young boys, too because there’s a new Shug Avery in town. Directed by John Doyle, the revival transplanted itself from a successful run at London’s The Menier Chocolate Factory to open on Broadway’s Bernard B. Jacobs Theater on Dec 10. The Broadway revival brought Cynthia Erivo to reprise her role as Celie and the Oscar and Grammy winner Jennifer…

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  • CPE Bach's Fantasia In F Sharp Minor

    CPE Bach’s Fantasia in F Sharp Minor and the 18th Century Sublime This is going to be an essay about how CPE Bach’s Fantasia in F Sharp Minor could relate to some of the 18th century ideas of the sublime. In the eighteenth century, there were a lot of differing ideas as to what, exactly, the sublime entailed. I shall mostly be concerning myself with those of Edmund Burke, as written in “A Philosophical Inquiry Into The Origin Of Our Ideas Of The Sublime And Beautiful”, though many of the other…

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  • Fantasia Goodwin Case Study Summary

    Fantasia Goodwin, a young pregnant girl, hide her pregnancy; this may have bring may more complications than she thought. Goodwin committee and unethical action. She did not tell anything about her pregnancy to her coach. Goodwin’s coach was in the obligation to know about her pregnancy because in this way, he would have debate if she was in good conditions to continue practicing. Also, Goodwin put the baby at risk. Pregnant women have to be careful when they exercises because it can cause…

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  • Tony Kushner's Angels In America

    In this world, a person’s perception may affect their way of being by the alteration of their beliefs, which is the standard of their opinions and their critical way of thinking. An introduction of a different perspective may influence their judgment by giving them more knowledge and reasoning to pursue a goal or to neglect different kinds of opportunities or even responsibilities. This idea represented by the playwright and screenwriter, Tony Kushner in his drama called “Angels in America a gay…

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  • My Response To Tony Kushner's Angels In America

    I chose to do Angels in America because I had heard of it before, and as I was searching through the Tony Award’s for the Best Play’s, looking for something impressive to perform, I saw a familiar name and decided I would give it a go. Originally I wanted to do a piece by Prior, but as I read the play I liked the idea of trying out Roy’s character more, so I changed it. My goal was to capture what I imagine was Tony Kushner’s idea of the character and portray him correctly, and also to…

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  • Angels In America Play Analysis

    Angels in America: Millennium Approaches exhibited a dynamic performance at Round House Theatre in Bethesda. The deep character development, plots, themes, and spectacles meshed together to create a theatrical experience that I thoroughly enjoyed. To begin, Angels in America had multiple messages throughout the show due to the different conflicts that existed amongst characters. One main theme and message that I felt was to stay true to yourself and always be who you really are. I feel this is a…

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  • Angels In America

    Altruism and Egotism in Love: Comparing Doubt and Angels in America The plays Doubt by J. P. Shanley and Angels in America by Tony Kushner challenge interpretations surrounding the politics of love. Both plays tangle matters of the heart and mind, which figuratively interplay in character relationships to relay precepts of love. In spite of this similarity, the plays differ in how love is essentially attitudinally defined and perceived. Doubt depicts love as a static entity that is grounded in…

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