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By Jack Goldstein

Are you the world's largest Beatles fan? are you aware every little thing there's to understand concerning the Fab 4? Then this can be the e-book for you! during this easy-to-digest publication are one zero one proof approximately your favorite band - are you aware all of them?

Test your self and your pals with those handily-packaged proof simply organised into different types for optimum entertainment. Sections contain their song, person contributors, and a few loopy evidence concerning the band! no matter if you'd wish to walk down Penny Lane, stroll throughout Abbey street, or stopover at Strawberry Fields, this terrific publication is filled with nice enjoyable evidence for you.

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Power and the Land has a score by Douglas Moore, and the music is in the Unmistakably American School. It is bright and tuneful, inclined to the pastoral, and well coordinated with the film. Film music should not be heard. The spectator should only be conscious of its presence. If it suddenly is heard, the reason is likely to be that its insistence upon one thing has made the spectator cease to be conscious of it. There is then a reaction which makes him not only hear it very much but also become conscious of having heard it for the past ten minutes.

But what did Mr. Hageman use to punctuate that simple declaration? A Wagnerian brass comment, as jarring to the mood as the slamming of all the theatre’s exit doors. The only pleasant spot musically was the scene near the end when the men go back aboard the Glencairn and an accordion plays some of that over-sweet music that has been forced on the orchestra in the rest of the film. At last one hears the idiom in its proper place, and it sounds all right. The only trouble here is that since the accordion was used as sound effect earlier, one is a little confused and automatically looks around the picture for someone to be shown playing it.

The vira, Trinidadian variation in metal of the Cuban notched-gourd guiro, the gin-bottle, either empty or tuned with water, the cuatro, oversized ukelele, and a small hand drum complete the group. This is by no means representative of the big-time bands of the towns, where the first addition is the flute, and then, as the process of urbanization goes on, the clarinet, trumpet, sax, violin, or piano. The orchestra may use any combination; there may be two pieces or ten. All sound fairly well, although * In a regular band repertory, improvisation naturally does not play such an important part, although it is never absent.

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