... have the democratism thought.
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
Original Liner Notes to Atroefy
... mic stand during a screeching solo. So I went back… but this time, I brought chord
Before my musicality and creativity began to wither away from disuse, I set out to write
music that I liked. In the end, I knew I was only going to play with those that I enjoyed
playing with. And of course, ...
Doreamon - ilc.edu.hk
... This song is very active and funny. The lyrics of it are very
joyful. Also, it is the theme song of the cartoon
“Doraemon”. A lot of children like to watch this cartoon.
The composer of this song is Shunsuke Kikuchi. Shunsuke
Kikuchi is a prolific Japanese composer from Hirosaki.
He specializes in i ...
Irish Song Tradition | Sample answer
... war and emigration. These ballads were sung at first unaccompanied but later began to
incorporate harmony, accompanied by guitar and group singing. An example of a ballad
singer is Christy Moore and also The Wolfe Tones.
Irish Song Tradition | Sample answer
Grade 6 Music Year Outline
... Musicplay Songs
● Here’s a Song That’s Really Neat
● It’s a Whacky Kind of Sound
● De Colores
● Hockey Song
● A Great Big Sea
An American Christmas
... Cambridge, Friday night
Of all the Boston Camerata's rotating holiday programs, ''An American Christmas" may be the most unusual and
appealing because it is the one that belongs to us.
To put it together, music director Joel Cohen explored several different aspects of American Christmas music from o ...
21M.220 Fall 2010 Class 13
... 2. Parody: take a secular song and reuse bits here and there (Zachara)
3. Cantus Firmus: use a monophonic song (or chant) and make it the
tenor (now the second voice from the bottom) in very slow note
4. Paraphrase: use a song or chant at full speed but change it as need be.
iv. Du Fay’s cant ...
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 ...
Fairfield County Weekly Irish Americana By Jim
... The singer Liz McNicholl, born in Ireland, resident in Norwalk, is not easily pigeonholed. She’s Irish, but not an
Irish singer, per se. One could get the impression from many of the Irish performers resident in the U.S. that
everyone over there listens to jigs, reels and traditional ballads, but in ...
English - Putumayo Press Room
... Music is an inseparable part of the Christmas season. Indeed, one of the first signs that
Christmas is approaching is that familiar carols begin playing overhead in retail stores.
While two of the songs on this collection were written in the 20th century, most feature
melodies that date back hundred ...
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.
MUSIC LITERACY FACT SHEET
... 1. strophic – structure of a piece of music based on the repetition of one
formal section or block played repeatedly, where the text repeats the same rhyme scheme from
one stanza to the next, the accompanying music for each stanza is either the same or very similar
from one stanza to the next.
2. A ...
AMERICAN CHORAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION ETHNIC
... information, and text placement errors. The second printing is accurate now, although
the recording of the piece on the Pavane web site is not and should not be used as a guide.
In this kind of music, percussion parts should be layered in one by one, beginning with
the double bell or cowbell, even t ...
... 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
According to the late American composer, Frank Zappa, "all the
... been written by people with wigs and stuff". (Music Quotes) Zappa's notion can be continuously
debated, but one thing is for certain: Today, many of us fail to recognize the beauty, the skill, and
the quality of music that originates before the postmodern world. On November 11, 2011 the
Modesto Juni ...
Notes on the Program - New York Festival of Song
... I was introduced to “My Simple Christmas Wish” by its first interpreter, Helden-belteuse Alix
Korey. She offered it at a 2003 NYFOS summer benefit, a concert that marked our very first
appearance at Merkin Hall. “It’ll bring down the house,” she said matter-of-factly, “it always does.”
Alix was righ ...
... Modal: Modes were the old system of keys
before major and minor were invented. As Irish
Music is an old tradition much of the music was
composed in modes.
The Singer of a Timeless Song
... In fact, in those mid-1970s boyhood days, when I was busy exploring various playback singers
of Hindi cinema and getting used to their carefully cultivated charm, Pancham‟s voice in the
legendary song from Sholay nearly jolted me out of my comfort zone. I remember I literally sat
up and took notice. ...
Circus Day in Dixie Reflection
... baritone Steve Porter; and bass William F. Hooley agreed to record the song. Perhaps the
familiarity of the ensemble to the general public and the energy and excitement from the
song captivated the attention of so many. Gumble’s precious tune became and instant
success and would eventually be record ...
... England in the 17th century after the Restoration. Town musicians or 'waits' were
licensed to collect money in the streets in the weeks preceding Christmas, the
custom spreading up to the present day. Also from the 17th century, there was the
English custom, predominantly involving women, of taking ...
Poets & Patriots
... to raise financial and military support in the States, despite
President George Washington’s declared policy of neutrality,
fueled Federalist ire and led to the publication of “To Genêt in
New York” [Track 8] , which hews closely to the language of
Tomlinson’s London original and proposes hanging th ...
a PDF of Bellman`s talk
... There are at least a couple more points in Mendelssohn’s explanation that bear
closer scrutiny. The first is the statement “If you ask me what I was thinking of in [these
pieces], then I will say: just the song as it stands there.” This is a bit of a problem,
because Mendelssohn’s concern about the ...
... A full-length musical for children loosely based on the legends of King Arthur,
with story, dialogue and lyrics by the composer. Originally written for
Cottesmore School in Sussex the musical has received multiple performances
and is ideally suited to Year 6 or 7 productions.
The characters are: Mer ...
Fairytale of New York
""Fairytale of New York"" is a Christmas song written by Jem Finer and Shane MacGowan and first released as a single on 23 November 1987 by their band The Pogues, featuring singer-songwriter Kirsty MacColl on vocals. The song was written as a duet, with the Pogues' singer MacGowan taking the role of the male character and MacColl the female character. It is an Irish folk-style ballad, and featured on The Pogues' 1988 album If I Should Fall from Grace with God.Originally begun in 1985, the song had a troubled two year development history, undergoing rewrites and aborted attempts at recording, and losing its original female vocalist along the way, before finally being completed in summer 1987. Although the single never reached number one in the UK Singles Chart, being kept at number two on its original release in 1987 by the Pet Shop Boys' cover version of ""Always on My Mind"", it has since proved enduringly popular with both music critics and the public: to date the song has reached the UK top twenty on eleven separate occasions since its original release in 1987, including every year since 2005, and in 2013 was certified platinum for achieving one million sales in the UK. In the UK it is the most-played Christmas song of the 21st century. ""Fairytale of New York"" has been cited as the best Christmas song of all time in various television, radio and magazine related polls in the UK and Ireland.