Gushing About Music
Marin Marais was the favorite viol player of the Sun King, Louis XIV at Versailles, and an early composer of music depicting a scene (program music). His 1725 Portrait of the Bladder Stone Operation, a procedure he either underwent or witnessed, is a notable example of program music. This paper unravels the musical devices Marais uses to reveal details of this secretive operation.
gushing about music
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The MV that was uploaded at midnight, shows the YouTube sensation perfectly harmonizing their melodious voices with a catchy, upbeat tempo in their sleek outfits. As expected, fans went gushing over the sisters' new song and took to the social media their praises. Emojis of lit, clapping hands, bursting tears filled Twitter and Instagram with their comments. Queen Beyoncé, their mentor, shared the announcement of their MV release on her IG - and 3.4 million unanimously agreed with her.
Chloe x Halle are thankful how Queen Bey allowed them to explore with their own creativity with their own music, they said in an interview with People in 2018. Halle said, "She's definitely put her footprint" and added "reminding us we can do anything we want."
We all know that Complaining About Shows You Don't Like is verboten on the main wiki, and so is gushing about them. Yet this is the wiki's sparkly sweet twin. So no restraints! Steamroll us with your positive thoughts!
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The Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) is one of the biggest dance music festivals in the world. Last weekend, it attracted more than 500,000 fans to Las Vegas over a three-day period. The logistics were a bit of a nightmare, but the one thing that everyone agreed was amazing was a drone light show during the opening ceremonies.
"The whole album's kind of explores loving and different aspects of that," Oli says. "Toxic relationships and the end of relationships, and really it's also about the positive side of love and obviously when you first fall in love, it's got to be the greatest feeling. It's probably the most gushing, out there, just straight-up love song we've ever written. This was one of the easier ones to write because it was positive. It's about when I first met my new wife and she's from Brazil, and she didn't speak so much English. She talked a lot better than my Portuguese, but from the very start, we had a really, really strong connection and it was just a crazy time. And this song's just talking about those experiences, which they just stick in my head. So, that was really one of the easier ones to write about."
The vocalist also chatted about the sound that Bring Me The Horizon are creating with their new music: "We didn't really know what we wanted, but we just knew we wanted to be different and we wanted to still be Bring Me The Horizon, but make people feel the things they felt with us in different ways and try to do it sonically different. And it took a while to find that sound and stuff 'cause I think for me, I love the fact that I can sing now and I can write these lyrics that have important messages and they can almost stick in people's heads so that they're easier to get across and stuff. So, for us, we still wanted those huge choruses and all that stuff, but I feel like we had so much experimentation in us that we've been dying to do for maybe the last five years or so."
As Harrison explained in the documentary "The Material World": "First, it's simple. The thing about a mantra, you see... mantras are, well, they call it a mystical sound vibration encased in a syllable. It has this power within it. It's just hypnotic."
The song is simple, sweet and spiritual, hitting on some of the most fundamental elements of being human, which may explain its popularity. And now, a star-studded music video for the song is prompting reflection about the song's meaning.
On Feb 6, Clarkson featured Pink on her daytime talk show, in which she often sings with musical guests. The two superstars sang several acoustic duets with pitch-perfect harmonies, prompting fans of both artists to clamor for a collaborative album.
As many have continued to remember the legendary singer and actress, who is perhaps most famously known for her role as Sandy Olsson in the 1978 romantic comedy musical Grease, an old clip of John Travolta gushing over Olivia has resurfaced thanks to Entertainment Tonight.
In the emotional footage from a 1998 interview with the outlet, which starts at the 48-second mark in the video below, John talks about casting in Grease and how Olivia Newton-John was always Sandy to him.