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  • Gigi Film Analysis

    in 1951 starring Audrey Hepburn as the title role. Fredrick Lowe wrote the original music for the play. With great success from the original movie and the first run of the show on Broadway, Heidi Thomas took on the role of readapting the Broadway musical for audiences today. The revival…

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  • La Land Film Review

    La La Land is not only the most enchanting, yet heart-wrenching movie I have seen this year. The music in it is a soundtrack you could never get tired of hearing. From the start of the movie, there is musical numbers and scenes that make you feel like you’re in the world of the movie. The plot is also one that takes you on an emotional roller coaster. Mia, an aspiring actress, meets Sebastian, a jazz player. They meet on a highway in traffic, then at the jazz bar Sebastian works at where he gets…

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  • Can You Move Other People Analysis

    and work. While I am wick or not in a good condition there is no way I’ll be sitting in front of a piano and focus only on making music. And not only that, I would not be able to meet with other people from the work and discuss properly about how the film or game is going to be like. Internet, texts, and phone call can only get you so far. Also, having healthy minds allows you to have easier time resting your brain then recharging it so it may be ready to endure the stress it takes while you are…

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  • Vijay Tendulkar Character Analysis

    controversy. He had already acquired the epithet of “the angry young man” of Marathi theatre but now he was definitely marked out as a rebel against the established values of fundamentally orthodox society. Ghashiram Kotwal is the most controversial musical historical play of Vijay Tendulkar. It concerns with the reign of Peshwas in the 18th c.in…

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  • Phantom Of The Opera Analysis

    Synopsis The drama theater The Phantom of the Opera tells the story of an opera singer Christine who has been performing at the gala was held in Paris. Raoul is a sign of old and had been friends with Christine since childhood had heard Christine sing and have fallen in love with him. At the time it also became a rumor that there are ghosts who have stayed in Opera. After the gala dinner held to have committed Faust Opera Paris by presenting the prima donna Carlotta. During the show Carlotta…

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  • Human Phenomenon Analysis

    and it would sound incredible. This was a creative art for that was also unique. I also liked to read about the folk music portion of this chapter. What struck me is when it said, “Folk songs are usually remembered by ear and not written down in musical notation, the music and text continually evolve from generation to generation. Folk music is beautiful because it comes from such emotion sometimes such as “Amazing Grace”. Today you do not here much folk music on the radio and it’s a shame…

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  • Representation Of Women In George Bernard Shaw's Stigmalion And Pygmalion

    This play is one which has been adapted many times since its first performance in Vienna in 1913. From a musical version, to countless interpretations of the plot in movies and television shows, the story is one which is almost universally recognizable, if not necessarily in its original context. The aim of this production will be to stay true to the original play, while transferring it into a modern setting. This will highlight the many ways in which it is still thoroughly relevant to modern…

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  • Duke Ellington Biography

    “Music is how I live, why I live and how I will be remembered.” These words were written in the autobiography of a man who meant these words when he said them (Bio.com). Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington, who is popularly known as Duke Ellington, is the man being talked about here (Encyclopedia). Duke had a warm childhood, a busy adulthood, and a legacy that will never be forgotten which included him composing the song “It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing” (Bio.com). Duke Ellington…

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  • Personal Narrative: Deep Roots In My Religion

    my high school choir. Being an alto, I was always assigned the harmony. I have grown to have an obsession with harmonizing, and it is now easier for me to pick out the harmony that the melody, which feels awkward to sing. I am willing to expand my musical exposure, yes. I had an amazing choir teacher all throughout high school that worked diligently to expose us to all genres of music. I am able to appreciate most music for its own unique characteristics. However, I am predisposed to favoring…

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  • Singing In The Rain Film Review

    GALLARDO, Monica J. INTFILM- A52 Prof. Rica Leticia Arevalo October 26, 2015 Silent Film to Talkie: Singing in the Rain Film Review (1952) The transition of silent films to talkies lead us to a more creative and entertaining side of the said media. The film, Singing in the Rain revolved mainly on how they worked things out by using Selden’s voice to dub the squeaky voice of Lamont. The loved musical turned film, Singing in the Rain was directed and choreographed by Gene Kelly and Stanley…

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