... pieces. It is said that I was written for a
woman in his life. What song am I?
... Happened On The Way to The Forum’, is the perfect welcome song to start this
series. We’ll also hear the Broadway debut song of a young Barbra Streisand as
well as Anthony Newley’s ‘What Kind Of Fool Am I’. And you’ll know the songs from
‘Little Me’ and ‘No Strings’ even if you’ve never heard of the ...
... have the democratism thought.
Original Liner Notes to Atroefy
... him looked a little too minimalist. I informed him that was my bio.
“That may be, Ryan. But you can’t just have two blank pages on your CD,” he said.
“Fine,” I pouted. “I’ll write something.”
There came a point in my first few years in New York where I started to get very cynical
about jazz. I was v ...
Elements of a Song When studying songs and songwriting, there
... When studying songs and songwriting, there seems to always be common threads to the
basic components of successful songs. Like most people, we measuring a song’s success
by its popularity more than any other factor, although it is not the only factor to
consider. With that thought being set aside, l ...
Song Analysis Questions:
... 1. Where and when was the song written? By whom?
2. What was the purpose of the song?
3. What is the mood of the music?
4. Is there a message the song is trying to convey? If so, what? To whom?
5. Are there any words or phrases that need specific interpretation? If so, identify and
21M.220 Fall 2010 Class 13
... Other important names in the mid-fifteenth century:
Binchois (Gilles de Bins) — Song composer
Antoine Busnoys — Mainly a song composer, little younger than Du Fay
MUSIC LITERACY FACT SHEET
... -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------NOTEWORTHY Among the most often-sung, often-recorded songs of all time is one
of the most poignant. Its lyrics haunt listeners to this day. Since that era, Wayfaring
Stranger has been performed ...
1. Brahms Intermezzo in A major, Op.118 No.2
... the Japanese occupation of Taiwan, there are many young and able-bodied men were forced by
the Japanese to Southeast Asia as army, after several years, do not know dead or alive, parents,
wife and children were waiting every day, the Japanese surrendered in 1945, thought the end of
the war can retur ...
CUA Songs pamphlet - Orientation
... song to the Thornton W. Allen Company in 1934. Ever since its
composition, it has been known as the fight song of the Catholic
University of America.
... “Where Have You Been” and “You Stepped Out of a Dream” (as well as “Dearly Beloved”) are all songs of romantic
discovery: when you find Mr. Right (or even “Mr. Right Now,” as they say in Lifetime TV movies) your first question is
invariably “Where Have You Been?” (The former is that great rarity, a ...
AMERICAN CHORAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION ETHNIC
... The arranger and publisher of this traditional Yoruba song from Nigeria in West Africa
graciously agreed to editorial changes in the second printing to correct language,
information, and text placement errors. The second printing is accurate now, although
the recording of the piece on the Pavane web ...
Title of Piece (date of completion) (and movement titles if applicable):
... “I most enjoyed the Song of the Lark
by Charles Rochester Young, written
by Young when he was just 23 years
old. Young, inspired by the 1884
Jules Breton painting, wrote three
movements of music that are melodic
and a joy to listen to. It was said
that the duo had commissioned
Young to write a conce ...
According to the late American composer, Frank Zappa, "all the
... maintained eye contact with the audience. Her facial features were serious which matched the
tone of the song. However, she wore a bright-colored dress which clashed with the mood that
was set. The composer of the song, Caccini, was born in Florence, Italy in 1551 during the
Baroque period of music ...
Here - Opal Flutes
... company, and published his first song two years later. The following year, he
published this novelty rag, which was a commercial success. His break into the big
time came just two years later.
K-6 Music Glossary
... Syncopated rhythm. A type of American music popular from
about 1890-1920 and characterized by strong syncopation in even
time. It was influential in the development of jazz.
... added in a lot of lower and
higher notes as well as the
new melodic line shown in the
The way that pentatonix sung
this song made it a pop song
instead of a classical Christmas
carol which gave the song a
different spin of to its normal
University School Songs - University at Buffalo Libraries
... 2. “A ballad type song i.e. like the Halls of Ivy, Wiffenpoof,
Sweetheart Songs etc. Songs of this category must be
written at a tempo not to exceed a moderate 4/4 time.”
The contest was open to all students, faculty and alumni of the University of
Buffalo. Response to the contest was limited. Only ...
Nocturnes (baritone, two violins, viola, cello and bass
... Armenian dialect. (It is coincidental that the dark opening songs are set
in the Western dialect – from the direction of the setting sun - whereas the
optimistic third and fourth songs find the singer turning towards the East,
and dawn, for redemption and solace.) Our careful listener may notice
The Bronte Music Club is proudly sponsored by Banbridge District
... edgier feel. So it was great to get the two sides of Eliza.
As I sat enjoying the music I realised that Eliza’s songs could be divided into
three main themes, spiritual, political and compassionate. Sometimes you get
all three in the same song. That her late father is a major influence on her is
Programme with notes
... emotions as vivid today as they were in the Italy of three, four or even five centuries ago when this
music was first performed for its original audiences. During this period improvisation was usual.
Songs were performed as intrumental pieces with whatever musical forces were available, or sung
as s ...
Truong Nguyen 1 Bao Chung Truong Nguyen MUSC 121 – Fall
... scale” (Jarman 16). Since all tones are the same distance apart, the difference in interval
types is no longer valid and there will be no “actual” leading tone.
The song, however, still preserves its tonality attribute in the way that some notes
got more special treatment than others. For example, i ...
I Kissed a Girl
""I Kissed a Girl"" is a song recorded by American singer Katy Perry for her second studio album, One of the Boys (2008). It was released on April 28, 2008, by Capitol Records as the lead single from the record. Perry co-wrote the song with its producers Dr. Luke and Benny Blanco, with additional songwriting provided by Max Martin and Cathy Dennis. ""I Kissed a Girl"" is a bubblegum pop song with elements of new wave, with lyrics that are described by Perry as being ""about the magical beauty of a woman"".Upon its release, ""I Kissed a Girl"" received generally mixed reviews from music critics, who praised its sound and structure but highly criticized its lyrical content. The song drew controversy for its irreverent lyrics and was notably criticized by numerous critics and singers. The song experienced commercial success domestically as well as internationally. It topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for seven consecutive weeks, becoming the 1,000th number-one song of the rock era. The single has sold over 4,600,000 digital copies in the US alone. ""I Kissed a Girl"" is one of eight songs by Perry to sell over 4 million digital copies in the US, the others being ""Hot n Cold"", ""California Gurls"", ""Firework"", ""E.T."", ""Teenage Dream"", ""Roar"" and ""Dark Horse"". It has reached the summit of the charts in nearly twenty countries, including Australia, Canada, Lebanon, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, while peaking within the top five in other European countries such as Belgium, Finland, and France. The song is one of the best-selling singles worldwide.The accompanying music video for the song was released on May 16, 2008. The video, directed by Kinga Burza, features Perry in a setting inspired by burlesque and Moulin Rouge styles. It features appearances from Perry's friends, including actress Shannon Woodward and then-unknown American electropop singer Kesha. The song is recognized as the 10th best-selling single in the 21st century. ""I Kissed a Girl"" was performed and a nominee at the 51st Grammy Awards (Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance). It was also nominated for Favorite Song at the 2009 Kids' Choice Awards. The song was also included in Perry's performance in Super Bowl XLIX's Pepsi Halftime Show in 2015.