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The song has often been covered by other artists and gave Paul Young a hit single in 1991.
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My own stern hand has rent the ancient bond, And thereof shall the ending not have end: But not for me, that loved her, to be fond Lightly to please me with a newer friend Then hold it more than bravest-feathered song, That I affirm to thee, with heart of pride, I knew not what did to a friend belong Till I stood up, true friend, by thy true side ; ;
Steinberg obviously has concluded that it is the lyric element which must dominate in this score, and he manages at times to create the effect of the whole orchestra bursting into song.
Certainly not in Orchestra Hall where he has played countless recitals, and where Thursday night he celebrated his 20th season with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, playing the Brahms Concerto with his own slashing, demon-ridden cadenza melting into the high, pale, pure and lovely song with which a violinist unlocks the heart of the music, or forever finds it closed.
The Polish song and dance company called Mazowsze, after the region of Poland, where it has its headquarters, opened a three-week engagement at the City Center last night.
At various times in the more than 100 years that have elapsed since the song was written, particularly during the John F. Kennedy administration, there have been efforts to give " America the Beautiful " legal status either as a national hymn, or as a national anthem equal to, or in place of, " The Star-Spangled Banner ", but so far this has not succeeded.
* Barbara Younger has written a children's book about the writing of the song: Purple Mountain Majesties: The Story of Katharine Lee Bates and " America the Beautiful ".
* Brian Eno's album Before and After Science includes a song entitled " King's Lead Hat ", an anagram of " Talking Heads ", a band Eno has worked with.
William Walker ( composer ) | William Walker, the composer who first joined John Newton's verses to " New Britain ", to create the song that has become " Amazing Grace "
Author James Basker states that the song has been employed by African Americans as the " paradigmatic Negro spiritual " because it expresses the joy felt at being delivered from slavery and worldly miseries.
Collins, who has a history of alcohol abuse, claimed that the song was able to " pull her through " to recovery.
The U. S. Library of Congress has a collection of 3, 000 versions of and songs inspired by " Amazing Grace ", some of which were first-time recordings by folklorists Alan and John Lomax, a father and son team who in 1932 traveled thousands of miles across the South to capture the different regional styles of the song.
The 1982 science fiction film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan used " Amazing Grace " amid a context of Christian symbolism, to memorialize the death of Mr. Spock but more practically, because the song has become " instantly recognizable to many in the audience as music that sounds appropriate for a funeral " according to a Star Trek scholar.
It has become a song that inspires hope in the wake of tragedy, becoming a sort of " spiritual national anthem " according to authors Mary Rourke and Emily Gwathmey.
She has referenced this independence from major labels in song more than once, including " The Million You Never Made " ( Not A Pretty Girl ), which discusses the act of turning down a lucrative contract, " The Next Big Thing " ( Not So Soft ), which describes an imagined meeting with a label head-hunter who evaluates the singer based on her looks, and " Napoleon " ( Dilate ), which sympathizes sarcastically with an unnamed friend who did sign with a label.
*" Take Me Out to the Ball Game " is a 1908 Tin Pan Alley song by Jack Norworth and Albert Von Tilzer which has become the unofficial anthem of baseball, although neither of its authors had attended a game prior to writing the song.
Other notable acts include Ali B ( who has been featured on other artists ' tracks, most significantly with Marco Borsato on the song " Wat zou je doen?
In analyzing the text of the song, Max Cryer wrote that it " is not intended to be sung by the young in love, but by a mature performer who has seen it all before.
" There Won't Be Trumpets ," a song cut during previews, has become a favorite of cabaret performers.
Benny Andersson has written music to several films for screen and television ; the first attempt in the early 1970s for the obscure Swedish movie The Seduction Of Inga: the film flopped, but the ' Björn & Benny ' single " She's My Kind Of Girl " surprised the composers by being released in Japan and becoming a Top 10 hit ( the song renamed in Japan as " The Little Girl Of The Cold Wind ").
Kusumi Koharu performed a song and dance titled " Balalaika " which has also been flawlessly mirrored in the Hatsune Miku phenomenon.
* In the movie Wag the Dog, the fictitious unit 303 Special Forces has a song created titled " The Men of the 303 " that is played to a deliberately similar but original tune written by Huey Lewis for the film.
The incident has been commemorated by Irish band, U2, in their 1983 protest song " Sunday Bloody Sunday ".
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The song is often included in songbooks in a wide variety of religious congregations in the United States.
Songs and poetry often rely on ambiguous words for artistic effect, as in the song title " Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue " ( where " blue " can refer to the color, or to sadness ).
They were concept albums, and typically began with an instrumental introduction which faded into the first song, often had an instrumental piece in the middle of the second LP side, and concluded with a quiet, melancholic, or powerful song.
Cash often included the song when he toured prisons, saying " For the three minutes that song is going on, everybody is free.
Between the 1959 – 60 Jack Hansen overdubs, the 1960s Norman Petty overdubs, various alternate takes, and Holly's undubbed originals, collectors can often choose from multiple versions of the same song.
In the later 19th century it took on the meaning of a slow form of popular love song and the term is now often used as synonymous with any love song, particularly the pop or rock power ballad.
For the late 19th century the music publishing industry found a market for what are often termed sentimental ballads, and these are the origin of the modern use of the term ballad to mean a slow love song.
By the 1920s, composers of Tin Pan Alley and Broadway used ballad to signify a slow, sentimental tune or love song, often written in a fairly standardized form ( see below ).
Black metal songs often stray from conventional song structure and often lack clear verse-chorus sections.
The live performances for Hole's 1994 and 1995 tours became notorious in the media due to Love's fraught emotional state, with Love often altering hurtful song lyrics toward herself, dedicating songs to Cobain and Pfaff, provoking fans, throwing guitars into the audience, and breaking into screaming fits onstage.
They can often record and playback samples, and full audio tracks, so could be used to record an entire song.
Field researchers in traditional song ( see below ) have encountered countless versions of this ballad throughout the English-speaking world, and these versions often differ greatly from each other.
Generally speaking, he tended to use tap and other popular dance idioms to express joy and exuberance – as in the title song from Singin ' in the Rain or " I Got Rhythm " from An American in Paris, whereas pensive or romantic feelings were more often expressed via ballet or modern dance, as in " Heather on the Hill " from Brigadoon or " Our Love Is Here to Stay " from An American in Paris.
Nevertheless, the song often received standing ovations when performed in concert, went to number 22 in the Christian charts through a marketing deal with Rick Hendrix Company, and earned Brooks a 1993 GLAAD Media Award.
Rigolettos musical range includes band-music such as the first scene or the song La donna è mobile, Italian melody such as the famous quartet " Bella figlia dell ' amore ", chamber music such as the duet between Rigoletto and Sparafucile and powerful and concise declamatos often based on key-notes like the C and C # notes in Rigoletto and Monterone's upper register.
His poem ( and song ) " Auld Lang Syne " is often sung at Hogmanay ( the last day of the year ), and " Scots Wha Hae " served for a long time as an unofficial national anthem of the country.
It is the most serious and moving variety of flamenco or Spanish gypsy song, often dealing with themes of death, anguish, or religion.
The jazz soloist is often supported by a rhythm section who " comp " ( accompany the soloist ), by playing chords and rhythms that outline the song structure and complement the soloist.
The role of the KJ often includes announcing song titles and whose turn it is to use the microphone.