• Classified
    ! Help me… I am lost… Short Declamation Piece: Desiderata Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all...
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  • Short Declamation for Little Children
    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 I'm a bad girl? A bad girl I am, a good for nothing teen ager, a problem child...
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  • Music History
    musical dramas sung throughout. Librettos were texts. Recitative refers to a style of spoken declamation and a piece as a section of music sung in that style. Bel canto means beautiful singing. Castrati were men castrated so that their voices stayed high pitched. The prima donna was the...
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  • Calilung
    written overall, he states that declamation has always been his first love since this was where he had started. Apparently, there are two types of declamation – basulto and polosa. He explains that both types have the same tone although the former is one wherein the literary piece is memorized while the...
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  • Compilation of Speech
    ! Oh please…Help me! ~ * ~ 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...
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  • Shit Bricks
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  • 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...
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  • Edgar Allen Poe
    at that time. The loss of his mother at an early age definitely affected Poe, "The angels, whispering to one another, Can find, among their burning terms of love, None so devotional as that of ‘Mother'" (To My Mother). In Tamerlane, he not only wrote about his father, but he wrote about his mother...
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  • Spanish Music
    variations is called tropos, short text sung between longer pieces. | |  | |   Works in this style are...
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  • Our Teacher, Our Hero
    you’re having your cleaning time…” “We’re sorry Ma’am…We’ll stop playing now…Chris, sorry…It’s an accident…” “Haaaaaaay…you always give me a headache…You are now grown-ups & you must remember that your not getting any younger everyday…okay?...Now, say sorry to Chriselda about what you did to her...
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  • French Revolution and English Romanticism
    . Splendid pieces of declamation may be found in the Childe Harold and "Isles of Greece", of the one poet, and in the Hellas and Revolt of Islam of the other. The "Sky-lark," and some other poems, considered as creations of the pure imagination, have surely never been surpassed. An accidental...
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  • Oration
    world and best friend too I love you because you are so kind, thoughtful and caring I love you because you are so pleasant, lovely and sharing You made me the man I am Thank you Short Story Two Goats There were two goats. Over a river there was a very narrow bridge. One day a goat...
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  • Music Study Guide
    polyphonic composition, particularly in the Renaissance Madrigal – Renaissance secular work originating in Italy for voices, with or without instruments, set to a short, lyric love poem, also popular in England Figured Bass – Baroque practice consisting of an independent bass line that often...
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  • Nothing
    moment , the small thieves rushed at the fruits, but the bigger and riper ones were higher up and out of reach.I promptly told the children to fetch a broken table and a piece of wire from the rubbish dump. 7. The small thieves admired my ingenuity. Auntie, you are really great .” They ran around...
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  • The German Singspiel
    forms, wrote his characters so they would be viewed from a strong perspective of individuality, and mainly wrote psychologically about human love. Certainly, these characteristics separate Mozart from early opera composers, but also link the Classical and Romantic eras in the music of Wagner...
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  • Shakespeare and Similarity of Gender Roles
    stated that "Portia is not a very great favourite with us", continued on to say "The whole of the trial-scene, is a master-piece of dramatic skill. The legal acuteness, the passionate declamations, the sound maxims of jurisprudence, the wit and irony interspersed in it…cannot be surpassed" (166). In...
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  • Students being late
    Declamation Pieces "Promise Land" "Where am I?" "Is this the real world?" A lot of things are on my mind. I may be young and innocent, but not ignorant. I can clearly see what's present.  I can only imagine life when the world was first created, a beautiful scene yet to be exploited...
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  • 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...
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  • Edger Allen Poe
    to one another, Can find, among their burning terms of love, None so devotional as that of ‘Mother'In Tamerlane, he not only wrote about his father, but he wrote about his mother too. He had more respect for his mother than he did for his father. In Tamerlane he speaks much nicer of his mother. "O...
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  • ㈱Harrison Bergeron: Political Design
     Harrison Bergeron and American Culture: the Politically Designed Misinterpretation of an Obscure Short Story from 1961 Writing 102 May 1st, 2012 Much ado exists, and has existed, around Kurt Vonnegut’s short...
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