• Tongue Tied Song Lines Ready
    1,034 words
    "Colorblind" by The Counting Crows I am colorblind Coffee black and egg white Pull me out from insideI am ready (repeat 3 times) I am taffy stuck and tongue tied Stutter shook and uptight Pull me out from insideI am ready (repeat 3 times) I am fine I am covered in skin No one gets to come in Pull me out from insideI am folded and unfolded and unfolding I am colorblind Coffee black and egg white Pull me out from insideI am ready (repeat 3 times) I am fine (repeat 3 times) The song "Colorblind" by...
  • Listening Report Family Values Tour 98
    624 words
    When I sat down to do a Listening report last night, I started thinking, 'Who am I kidding?' . I am never going to push myself to listen to 15 Jazz CD's in a week and a half, so Iam going to do the remainder of my listening reports on music that I like to listen to. You may think it defeats the purpose of listening reports, but that's not true. What these guys play may sound like heavily distorted noise, and too much yelling played at way too high of volumes to the average adult, and honestly, i...
  • Rap Artist Song Music Called
    613 words
    Music is the science or art of ordering tones or sounds in succession, in combination, and in temporal relationships to produce a composition having unity and continuity, as explained in the Webster s Dictionary. But music is much more than sounds, tones, and combinations. Music can contain messages of peace, wrong doings, world hunger, or problems with the government. Both rap artist and country singers write music about experiences and lifestyles and a large number of people enjoy the feelings...
  • Wind Symphony Piece Song Oboe
    386 words
    Becky Austen Professor Hammer Music Lecture 1003 14 October 1999 Wind Symphony W. Dale Warren, Conductor The Wind Symphony preformed on Monday, October 11 at 8: 00 p. m. at the Walton Arts Center in Baum-Walker Hall. The performance lasted one hour and thirty minuets and consisted of six pieces. The first piece was Variations for Wind Band by Ralph Vaughn Williams. All the instruments tuned to the oboe then they started the English piece. The Bass and symbols came in first and was very loud. Th...
  • What Was Bear Cat About
    658 words
    Memphis, Tennessee is known for its music. It brought great artists such as Elvis Presley, Isaac Hayes, and Otis Redman. However, one of that artist that does not get the attention that he deserves is Rufus Thomas. Many people say that he gave Memphis the "Memphis Sound." In 1953 Rufus Thomas wrote Sun Record's first hit "Bear Cat," a song that attracted attention because of its similarities to the prior version "Hound Dog" and its sexual content. Many people try to argue that the song has a dee...
  • The Music Of Generation X
    970 words
    The Music of Generation X Since the beginning of time the human beings have adored the soothing sounds of music. Music has affected the way people have behaved and dressed throughout different periods of time. Different groups have been formed based upon their preference in music. Take for an example in the music of my generation, Generation X, there are several different groups oriented by music. In Generation X punks, gangs, alternative people, ravers, hippies, and pop rockers have all been la...
  • Led Zeppelin Houses Of The Holy
    5,056 words
    Led Zeppelin - Houses Of The Holy Led Zeppelin is arguably one of the best rock n' roll bands of all time. They were collectively some of the best musicians ever to play rock n' roll music, and were also great lyricists. Robert Plant (the lead vocalist) was quoted as saying that for some of the songs that he wrote, he felt that someone pushed the pen for him. Whether some mysterious force was moving his hand or not, one things for sure, Led Zeppelin wrote some timeless masterpieces of music. The...
  • Abbey Road Silver Hammer
    815 words
    "Abbey Road " By The Beatles Abbey Road is heralded as one of the greatest rock 'n roll albums ever. It grinds with hard rock and sways with soft guitar. The variety of the tracks provides something for everyone. It was created in 1969 at the famous Abbey Road studios. George Martin and Geoff Emerick, who had produced many other Beatles' albums, contributed to this work. This album is one of the more famous albums of the Beatles, who are one of the most popular bands ever. Almost every piece of...
  • Synthesized Helicopter Song Music End
    1,346 words
    Nondiegetic music of the Doors in the scene waiting in Saigon Sound plays a significant part in all movies and one of the most interesting of all the sound techniques would be the use of music. In the movie Apocalypse Now, there is a double disc soundtrack with thirty tracks on it. The one song on there that has the most meaning would The Doors song "The End." This song not only set the mood for the scene waiting in Saigon and the move as a whole but is also used to foreshadow the death of Coron...
  • Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
    651 words
    A lovable, heartwarming story of love is one of " Seven Brides for Seven Brothers." A story of seven men who have no guidance find themselves in love. The two main characters in the play are Adam and Millie. By being husband and wife they help the story out with their own love and romance. The seven brothers fall in love with seven beautiful woman and through out the play we see al the ways they try to get their gals. The singing in this play helps us figure out the songs: "Bless Your Beautiful ...
  • John Coltrane Philly Joe
    749 words
    On September 15, 1957, John Coltrane recorded "Blue Train", an album he considered his favorite, and many critics considecontributes to the sound. Coltrane provides listeners with an impressive r his best work. The album's rhythm Chambers finishes up with a bass solo before the opening statement is repeated, bringing the song to a full circle by its end. The next song is "Moment's Notice" which is also swung and in 4/4. This song played at a faster pace and has a catchy melody that becomes rathe...
  • My Writing Pop Music
    1,766 words
    The life of an adolescent varies from day to day. For every good thing, most likely there is a bad thing. This doesn't always happen, but this constant changing of moods can greatly affect the stress one feels. Adolescents will look for some form of relief, this often being music. Turning on the radio while doing homework can help people stay relaxed and get through an assignment. Drifting off for thirty minutes while you listen to your favorite band on a pair of headphones can be the cure also...
  • Lemon Mccartney John Lennon
    947 words
    Lennon/McCartney John Lennon and Paul McCartney are two of the greatest artists popular music has ever embraced. Their collaboration on early Beatles songs propelled the group to international fame. As the Beatles matured, however, the relationship between these two became more competitive than cooperative. They developed unique and surprisingly polar styles. In a 1980 Playboy interview John Lennon stated: "You could say that (Paul) provided a lightness, an optimism, while I would always go for ...
  • Breaking The Myth Of Madame Butterfly
    1,678 words
    Giacomo Puccini the Italian composer presented to the Western world the most famous geisha of all: Cio-Cio San, also known as Madame Butterfly. The image of geisha was formed during Japan! s feudal past. Geisha was traditionally men and served as physical and mental relief to battle warriors. The role of geisha has been dominated by women for the past 250 years and has served relief to career-driven businessmen. Geisha means! ^0 artist! +/- and a geisha! s manner of appearance, conversation, par...
  • Canon In D Johann Pachelbel
    520 words
    This is about a song, by the name of "Canon in D" composed by a German Pianist and Composer Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706). In musical terms, Canon is a composition in which each voice or part takes up the melody in turn and when combined, forms counterpoint as in singing rounds. It's melody is simple but very beautiful because of it's own style with the very simple and sweet harmony. It does have a lovely main theme. Pachelbel composed this song for violins. First the bass lays down a simple rhyt...
  • Bass And Drums Great Combo Song
    724 words
    In this paper, I will review the concert titled "ALL JAZZ", which was held at Weber Music Hall at UMD, on Wednesday, November 12, 2003. This concert held the four combo jazz bands that UMD has. The first band that performed was Combo 4, directed by Dan Eaton. The songs they performed were "Sugar" by Stanley Turrintine and arranged by Linnean; "Budini" by Buddy Montgomery, arr. By Sickle r; and the last piece they performed was "Red Clay", by Freddie Hubbard. The instruments that this combo had i...
  • Self Expression In Music
    616 words
    Flip through the radio dial today and you will hear all kinds of music. From classical to country and hard rock to oldies, the all have something a little different to offer the listener. Any music in popular culture today serves as a medium for self-expression. Hip Hop artist Eminem (aka Marshall Mathers) is notorious for sharing his views on murder, drugs, and sexuality through his lyrics. Many people can relate to him through his songs, but others take offense, calling his music "repulsi...
  • A Femme Fatal Tragedy
    469 words
    A femme fatal s tragedy: Women s mundane life In "Siren Song Many of Margaret Atwood s heroines are independent, strong, and self serving. Those same characteristics are evident in "Siren Song.' In "Siren Song,' Margaret Atwood paints the picture of a mythical femme fatal who lures men to their deaths. The "siren' in the poem is contemplating her ability to seduce and lure men. But the end of the poem, she proves that her song, though somewhat of a clich, never fails. The poem it lures the reade...
  • About Love Song Movie Time
    647 words
    About Love This is how it starts: ? I will star to write a letter, about love and peaceful moments by your side? . ? About Love? it is the name of the song I am going to write about. Why is this song so important to me? It has to do mostly with my memories and feelings. The song reminds me a period of time in my life when I was not old enough to understand its meaning. It is very difficult to describe feelings, thus they have to do with your personality, life, destiny and past. This song became ...
  • Ballads Of Today Uncle Sam
    379 words
    The Ballads Of Today Uncle Sam's song, "I Don't Ever Wanna See You Again' is a song about a guy who gets his heart broken by his girlfriend. In this song Uncle Sam is singing directly to a girl who was once the love of his life. He tells her that he never wants to see her again because she was a secret lover of his best friend. This song is a lot like a ballad in many ways. It uses a refrain, which is called the chorus in the lyrics. The line, ? I don? t ever wanna see you again, ? is used repea...