Moment Musical - Arthur Lynds Bigelow - Carillon In Hi-Fi (Vinyl, LP, Album)

All of these records are out of print and we have none of these records for sale. If you are interested in obtaining copies of any of these, we'd suggest you follow the suggestions found on our "Frequently Asked Questions" page. This story and discography are copyright, by Mike Callahan. CL - That Towering Feeling! Let It Snow! Minimal choreography, requires more creative staging. It has a complete beginning, middle, and end. A choreographer can have a lot of fun with the staging to create a big finish.

Why it works: The music is gorgeous. The actors are challenged to create the illusion of people on a long bus ride. Why it works: If you are up for going the classic route, consider this number. Kids love to tap. When this number was first choreographed only three of the students could tap, by the end they all could. The choreographer can use the original choreography. The set crew will enjoy building the dimes. It is a standout number for a talented male tap dancer.

The actors will be challenged to act, sing, and dance at the same time. Why it works: LP people love Moment Musical - Arthur Lynds Bigelow - Carillon In Hi-Fi (Vinyl Wizard of the Oz.

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The lesson was about creative writing, although I doubt it was called that at the time. A stereo had been pulled into the classroom on Album) trolley it was old-fashioned and too large to carry and it had a record player. We were instructed to pull out an exercise book and a pen and to write something inspired by the music.

If I close my eyes, I can still hear the hiss and crackle of the record player as the piece begins, softly, quietly, before the different instruments join the fray. The class was quiet, listening intently until inspiration struck and pens began to scratch on paper. I wrote a poem which of course is now lost to the mists of time, but it began with women farewelling their men as they head off to war. In my memory, it went something like:. The women are saying farewell To the men they love so well.

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