Declamation Pieces Essays and Term Papers

  • Classified

    “The Lost Girl” Declamation by dhang I am a girl, young in heart and in mind… I am carefree, I enjoy doing nothing but play,play and play… I seldom go to school but hmp! nobody cares! Instead,you will see me roaming around  standing at the nearby canto, or hanging around at the sari-sari...

    2463 Words | 8 Pages

  • The Odyssey

    using three, five, or even six. Finally, the fourth style he used was the repetitiveness of rhythmic patterns as a way to make the piece complete. People loved his pieces so much people caught on and started using his ideas for their own. Ave Maris Stella is a popular hymn of an unknown origin. This...

    1294 Words | 4 Pages

  • Calilung

    reading poems and declamations and had only just begun writing his own poems when he was in high school. His first encounter with declamations was during high school when he owed his classmate some money. Coincidentally, his Alma Mater (Holy Angel University) was conducting a declamation contest entitled...

    2268 Words | 7 Pages

  • Sample Inspirational Speech

    Good evening everyone! I remember when I was in 4th year high school, I’ve practiced my declamation speech for a week, and the performance they arrived, my speech is entitled- Am I to be blamed? Here are some lines of the speech: “They're chasing me, they're chasing, no they must not catch me, I...

    805 Words | 3 Pages

  • Paper on Juvenile Delinquency Philippines

    delinquent?” (Anonymous) Perhaps all of us have heard this famous declamation piece, but have we ever looked closer into the depths of the term, “juvenile delinquency?” Will juvenile delinquency be only remembered through a declamation or will juvenile delinquency be given justice through the House Bill...

    1393 Words | 4 Pages

  • Emcee

    awards: GRADE II GRADE IV Waynecie Noreen R. Adolfo Jasnine Odoc - 1st place Declamation Dist. Level 5th place Sci-Dama Dist. Level - 3rd place Declamation Div. Level Jay Gaquit 3rd place 100-m Run Div....

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  • Declamation Piece

    My Favorite Declamation Pieces When I was in high school, my teacher asked me to represent our school in an Oratorical Contest and I happened to love my two declamation pieces and I am glad to share it with you. The thing is I don't know who wrote them. "AM I TO BE BLAMED?" They're chasing me, they're...

    1055 Words | 3 Pages

  • Short Declamation for Little Children

    splintered the door, O it’s the gate where they’re turning, turning; Their feet are heavy on the floor And their eyes are burning. Short declamation piece entitled bad girl? Bad Girl Hey! Every Body seems to be staring at me.. You! You! All of you! How dare you to stare at me? Why? Is it because...

    408 Words | 2 Pages

  • Fetus in the Stomach

    Declamation piece: The Fetus in the Stomach Last night, I had a strange dream. I dreamed that I was a tiny dot in the womb of my mother. Formed by love, and blessed by the Lord. I could not see, I could not hear, but I could feel that I was loved. Embrace by the warm tenderness of my mother's flesh...

    1339 Words | 4 Pages

  • Monteverdi

    merely as an accompaniment for the singers but also to establish the moods of the various scenes. The score itself contains 14 independent orchestral pieces. The public received Orfeo enthusiastically, and with his next opera, Arianna (1608), Monteverdi's reputation as an opera composer was firmly established...

    387 Words | 1 Pages

  • Music

    production "La Pellegrina" to commemorate Ferinand's marriage to Christine of Lorraine. - His compositional styles usually emphasized monody and declamation, a break from the style of his predecessors, and an embrace of the style that would prove the foundation. ******PLAY THE SONG****** George...

    616 Words | 2 Pages

  • Indelible Memories

    though I would safeguard most of the works in the chapter, I would insert the speech, “I Have a Dream” by Martin Luther King Jr. This particular declamation is very inspirational and marks a very important turning point in our history. Next, I would have an essay on the ratification of the Nineteenth...

    507 Words | 2 Pages

  • Tragédie Lyrique – Comparison of Approaches of J. B. Lully and J. P. Rameau

    Tragédie lyrique through the use of panegyrical prologues, stage spectacle, dances, symphonies, and divertissements. Finally, the principle of ‘déclamation enflée et chantante’ used by C.C.la Champmeslé in his tragédiennes influenced Lully’s conception of recitative. The fact that the emergence...

    1914 Words | 6 Pages

  • Shit Bricks

    Examples of Oration Piece Charles Ogle Speech - Gold Spoon Oration Charles Ogle - Gold Spoon Oration is also known as "The Regal Splendour of the President’s Palace" Given in the US House of Representatives April 14-16, 1840 Excerpts from the speech "An old soldier Harrison, who, to rescue thousands...

    4073 Words | 11 Pages

  • Josquin Desprez

    McComb, who wrote a discography about Desprez, helps one to understand why his music became so popular and it says, “The clear textures and text declamation which Josquin employed set the stage not only for the next developments of technical harmony, but for the clarity and conciseness demanded by the...

    571 Words | 2 Pages

  • Comedia Dell Arte

    Hood of his day. * The handsome Inamorato (the lover) went by many names. He wore no mask and had to be eloquent in order to speak the love declamations. * The Inamorata was his female counterpart; Isabella Andreini was the most famous. Her servant, usually called Columbina, was the beloved...

    925 Words | 3 Pages

  • LG21-40

    major to C minor. This piece has a homophonic texture to it. LG#22 Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C Minor The melody has a 4 - note rhythmic motive, with contrasting and lyrical theme. The harmony is in C minor with changes between the tonality of minor and major. This piece is mostly homophonic with...

    1050 Words | 5 Pages

  • MUSIC 1 WEEK1 5

    12     Score: 1   (of possible 1 point) The counterpart of the vocal miniature called lied is the short piano piece called the      A. fugue.     B. prelude.   C. character piece.     D. impromptu piece.  Answer Key: C Question 7 of 12     Score: 1   (of possible 1 point) "Eusebius" and "Florestan," two...

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  • ADSQUARE

    Declamation DO’S --Speech delivery should be honest and as if the words were the speaker's own --Eye contact is important DON’TS - --No distracting movements (feet shifting, uncontrolled hand gestures, etc.) -  is discouraged to use an Original Oratory piece in Declamation-the OO piece was...

    2788 Words | 9 Pages

  • Debate: Resolved That Juvenile Justice Law Must Be Amended

    Santino stands in front of a courtroom. It was his first time to be in such a huge audience. But he wasn’t going to deliver a declamation piece or render a vocal solo number. He was in fact charged with murder. Santino is ten years old. He is in grade four. And now, he is guilty of shooting an innocent...

    845 Words | 3 Pages