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Robert Frost, An American Poet
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Junior Recital Concert

junior Recital Concert

concert she said that these are her favorite pieces because she speaks French and she thinks that they are the most beautiful. April 13, 2000, music 100, megan Miskill: Junior Recital, on April 4th, I made my way to the music building to see Megan Miskill perform her Junior Music recital. The first and second Schubert pieces have a simple rhythm and tempo. There are bigger, more emotional chords and by the end, the pianist was pounding on the keys. It is as if the singer has reached a point of complete desperation. All of the singing was beautiful, but my main critique is that it was not loud enough and that she did not have any facial expressions. Megan sang Im Fruhling, Die Sterne, and Heimliches Leiben. Faure uses crazier keys and the form is more complex. Compared with Schubert, Faure is harmonically more complex.

She said that she felt like the melody was never ending, which made it more difficult for her to focus. In this piece, Megan sang the part of Zerlia, in which a lover has to talk her way out of being caught cheating. They all focus on plato and Family Values technique and range, rather than volume. It is rhythemically different, starting slowly and then gradually speeding. When I asked her why she chose the pieces she did, she said that they are all lighter pieces which are in her range.