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    Concert

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    The Laidlaw Preforming Arts Center held a Wind Ensemble for the students of South Alabama. In this program there were a various Romantic style pieces which are listed on the program stapled to the back of this paper. Each piece of music shows a series of different styles, and the student band does so well with each. As the concert is coming to the end student conductors begin to conduct the pieces, and they all do a wonderful job. Jazzalogue No. 1 was the first piece played and it was written by

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    The Circle of Life

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    thrust towards the heavens, which leads to the other animals celebrating wildly, and then the scene ends. Throughout this paper, I will show that the texture of the music, through the use of different musical techniques, is essential in creating the particular setting and mood of this scene. The first musical component I will talk about is the vocals heard in the song. In the beginning of this song, a rising sun is being shown on the image track. To give us hints as to where this is taking place, a form

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    Curly’s intentions is to shoot Lenny for killing his wife, but George does not want this for Lenny, so George races off to find Lenny. The musical accompaniment during this scene has a very allegro tempo with a mezzo forte dynamic. Also, throughout the scene, it starts with a crescendo and ends with a decrescendo into no music, which really helps establish importance. The music’s quick tempo

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    dynamic. The second part features the percussion ensemble with occasional choral elements in a forte dynamic. The piece opens with a held D from the upper strings at a mezzo piano dynamic. The solo clarinet then comes in, creating the first four bar musical theme (could you call it a motif?) At the end of the first theme, a tin whistle is heard playing an alternating 16th note triplet figure. A piano to mezzo piano cymbal roll takes the piece into the piano countermelody under the main melody as the

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    “You gotta play this piece like an English military band would,” said Jules during band one day while rehearsing the first movement of Gustav Holst’s Second Suite in F. “1. March” begins with four notes played by the low brass which is then echoed by the upper woodwinds. The trumpets have a noble melody which broadens when the entire ensemble joins in. Next, the piece lightens up with an upper woodwind melody. Later on there is a euphonium solo, and following that is a grand theme with an extremely

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    The Sartell High School Band and Choir Fall Combined Concert took place at 7:30 October 17th in the high school gymnasium. The musical selections of the Wind Ensemble included a fun program piece as well as two world music pieces from around the globe. They performed “Imaginarium” and “Buenaventura”, and then combined with the Concert Band as well as all four Sartell choirs to perform “Baba Yetu.” I will be critiquing the Wind Ensemble’s dynamics and articulation. The first piece performed by the

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    Jazz Report

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    I attended the University Symphony Orchestra's "An Evening of Handel, Schubert, and Haydn" on Thursday, September 30, 2003 in the Daniel Recital Hall. The hall was much more crowded than I expected. At the beginning of the concert, the orchestra was seated on the stage; the men wore tuxedos, and the women wore black dresses or pants. The concertmaster came out to tune the orchestra, and then the conductor made his entrance and gave a brief description of the piece that was about to be played. George

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    On Thursday, September 17th at 7:30pm, I attended Daniel G. Driskell’s Alumni Piano Recital called “Around the World in 88 Keys” at the Laidlaw Recital Hall. The concert contained seven different pieces of music. The first piece of music performed was called “Sonata in A Major.” This piece is an Italian piece that was composed by Domenico Scarlatti. The piece required Driskell to do a lot of hand crossing. The piece was upbeat, happy, and dark. Driskell explained the piece as being happy and dark

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    Cinematic Interpretation of "Stepping Razor Red X": the Peter Tosh Story Films are designed for numerous purposes, some entertain, frighten, enlighten, educate, inspire, and most make us think about the world we live in. This paper will be focused on the cinematic interpretation of the film "Stepping Razor Red X", the Peter Tosh Story. The makers of a film from the writer, director, cinematographer and the art director, design, and conceptualize what they want the viewer to see. Movie makers

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