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Tristan wants to kill Gregory but can't because then he'll be damned and he can't let Gregory kill him because he'd still be damned. Ivy can't let that happen so what does she do?

She sacrifices herself by pushing Gregory into the path of a falling tree. He dies Ivy dies. Tristan as Luke is exonerated thanks to the evidence that they found hidden in the photoshop files of Corrine's pictures. I honestly thought that everything was going to be alright. Moraes reaches his poetic maturity in Poemas, sonetos e baladas Grenwood Press, Complete Poetry and Prose] Rio de Janeiro: Editora Nova Aguilar, Nova Aguilar, After leaving his diplomatic position in , Moraes continued to play and sing in shows throughout Brazil and abroad.

The poetic persona tells the audience about a great love which one day was only laughter, unified mouths, calm, and passion. The poem seems to translate a specific moment: The third and fourth strophes tercets emphasize the human point of view and feelings such as sadness, loneliness, and the sensation of pointless wandering.

It is as if the mutation were now more important than what was changed. The first two start with the repetition of the same phrase, only with the final appoggiatura a third above Ex. Then, mm. One can see chromaticism in the inner voices passing tones without changing harmonic function Ex. For instance, in mm.

Performance Suggestions It appears in the poem that the poetic persona is not talking to anyone, neither to the lover nor to an audience.

The persona seems to be immersed in its own thoughts, considering what has happened and pondering the breakup with the lover. The thoughts come and go as the speaker gets more and more hopeless, as if one could not believe this separation was taking place. The vocal persona ends the song suspended on the 9th of the chord, as if in reflection m. The phrase structure is very rigid, always in two-bar phrases. Nonetheless, the song should be performed with some rubato, especially at ends of phrases, since the rhythms in the verses seem to ask for breaths between them.

Miranda uses a thinner texture with an upward motion toward the upper register followed by a descending movement in the piano several times.

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This depicts different aspects of the poem each time. In section A, it represents sadness and sorrow and the pianist might use a delicate sonority, depicting tears, with a fast and precise attack. The following descending gesture, marked mp, evokes the mist falling silently and softly and might be played and sung with serenity and a soft sound Ex. The pianist may play the bass notes with a more weighty and rounded attack. It requires passion and intensity f and well-voiced contrapuntal lines in the piano part supporting the vocal line Ex.

In sections A and A', the phrases have a wave-like dynamic shape, from a stronger dynamic to a softer one, as seen in the vocal lines in mm. Subsequently, a melodic sequence begins describing happiness becoming loneliness, close friends becoming distant, and the summing up of life as simply a wandering adventure.

Here, each phrase of the sequence needs a gradually softer dynamic level. The melodic lines seems to dance around the vocal line, sometimes repeating the same line, and other times adding commentary.

This kind of writing is typical of choro and seresta styles, in which the accompanist on the guitar adds melodic lines, usually in low and medium registers. He borrows the melodic counterpoint in the accompaniment from the seresta and he uses the coloristic harmony from the bossa nova. Therefore, the pianist might shape and bring out these lines, underlining the importance of them in the seresta style Ex. The nasal sound should be light and unexaggerated.

Here, however, it seems that Miranda tries to fit the poem into his melodic phrases. He accomplishes this mainly by changing the placement of the dotted notes as noted before. As a result, there are some problems in the rhythm of some of the phrases that a singer sensitive to the poem might address.

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Carlos Drummond de Andrade Tempo: A minor Vocal range: A3 — E5 Timing: Fique torto no seu canto. Ao alcance do nosso corpo.

O mar transborda de peixes. Poetry is inexpressible. Stay crooked in your corner. Do not love.

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I hear there is shooting 5. That can reach our body. Is it the revolution?

Is it love? Do not say anything. Everything is possible, only I am impossible. The sea overflows with fish. There are men who walk on the sea Do not tell. Supposing that an angel of fire Swept the face of the earth Beg nothing.

To rise in arches over abysses. What does mankind want? To save himself by awarding a song. An Anthology Bloomington: Indiana University Press, He draws some of his main inspirations from this city and its simple people.

In his ironic style he approaches realistic themes such as modern man, industrialization, sexuality, and religiosity. Later, in Brejo das almas [Swamp of Souls] , arises the humour, which will be a constant in his poetry and prose. Greenwood Press, , Greenwood Press, Go, Carlos!

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Be gauche in life. Drummond himself — who always introduces modifications in his poems — does not hide his pessimism in the face of significant problems and, in another sign of modernity, there are in all the books, poems whose content is the representation of a poetic or poem related concept, or the torturing reference to the struggle for expression. We would say that the poet has his metalanguage, his metapoems.

The poet himself defines his way of being and understanding the world as awkward and crooked, against the majority, as on the left-hand side of life. In this technique, sometimes, there seems to be no logical order in the appearance of images, but only a semantic or paronomastic association. We frequently name this compositional technique here as semantic association— implicit or explicit—correlation of similar ideas, paronomastic association, word-pull-word play, semantic chain, and also mechanical association.

All the images are connected by semantic affinity. The new picture of the sea brings two implications: From this biblical imagery arrives the angel of fire, sacrificed men, and the begging for forgiveness. Sylvia Chalker and Edmund Weiner. Palavra-puxa-palavra em Carlos Drummond de Andrade [Esfinge clara: TABLE 6. Drummond uses two sorts of articulation between lines: Because Drummond uses mostly end-stopped articulation between lines, the poem acquires a strong voice, with a very affirmative yet judgmental personality.

Therefore, whenever an enjambment occurs in the poem, they create contrast and gain more rhythmic importance. They are used mainly for religious images, resulting in continuous flow as the verses unfold. In the last strophe, the chain of enjambment makes the longest stream, only stopping at the end.

The structure of the poem could be outlined as: Ronaldo Miranda set the four-strophe poem into a two-part song with introduction and postlude , using variable phrase lengths in line with the poetic style of free verse Table 7.

TABLE 7. Introduction Postlude Poem section lines 8 lines: They are the whole-tone, chromatic, and diatonic palettes Ex. Although the song may seem fragmented at first, there are several harmonic and melodic elements that unify the work, like the intervals of the third and fourth and the ascending melodic structure. The interval of a third is especially important in this song, since most phrases end either with a third or within its range Ex.

Bb - B - C - C - D - D - E Therefore, the macro melodic structure generates a strong unification of the two parts, since section B starts with the highest note of section A, connecting the two sections.

The tension generated by this ascending structure ends in m. The poetic persona addresses the audience as a self-appointed expert, as someone who has seen and lived something others have not. The speaker has experimented with artistic frustration the inexpressibility of poetry , has lived passion and love shooting in the body; revolution , has seen and participated in Christian religious situations images of sea overflowing with fishes, man walking on the sea, a fire angel, and sacrificed men , and nevertheless, this character rejects everything as if nothing was worth accomplishing.

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Is the vocal persona advising or giving orders? It does not mean that all phrases should be either advising, giving orders, or even reflecting, with nostalgia; the singer and pianist should decide how to perform, and search for the best way to convey each negative line to the audience. The contrasts can be achieved by changing the speed of attack or by shifting between legato and a more parlato singing style. Although basically syllabic, this song has a different vocal style from the previous ones, which were generally in a cantabile style.

Here the composer writes more repeated notes and small intervals, closer to parlato style. The initial imperative idea of demands is transfigured into soft statements in section B. The drop of dynamic level, the change in the piano register from low to high, and the addition of descending chromatic eighth notes in the inner voices of the piano demand another, more subtle character. The descending gesture in the piano characterizes section A. When played staccato mm.

The only time it appears in legato m. Miranda sets section A with more specific articulation and rhythmic variety, creating a more incisive and aggressive atmosphere.

There are staccatos in one hand and legato in the other mm. Section B starts with a calmer atmosphere and becomes increasingly agitated with the ascending vocal line and piano movement, culminating in the highest note in the vocal line, E5, and followed by a dramatic descent m. It is as though all the hope and excitement were meaningless. Even if an angel appears and others ask for forgiveness, the vocal persona tells the audience, in a melismatic and soft voice, to beg for nothing.

The piano ends the song by recapitulating all the musical materials, now transformed, without their aggressive character: Indeed, even though Miranda is using the same material, the piece ends in a totallydiffe rent mood and atmosphere from the beginning. There is only one place in which the singer should pay particular attention to the declamation of the poem. After coming back to Brazil, he worked for the Rio de Janeiro State Government Municipal Theater , for publishers such as Nova Fronteira and for the multinational oil company Shell, in social communication and events areas.

The piece was also his first work to receive a professional performance. When I look for a text to set, I look for the musicality of its words.

And within this musicality is implied the concept of simplicity, because the music needs to add something to the text.

There are texts that are too convoluted, too literary. Or hard, or wordy. Or full of long verses, or full of aggressive words and exotic terms. Or its content has nothing of lyricism, and, yes, irony, sarcasm, or rigid intellectual construction.

But in these texts, the word is self- sufficient. The literary form is dense and complex: Ou duros, ou prolixos. Mas nesses textos, a palavra basta a si mesma. This last poem of the cycle, however, conveys all the isolation, solitude, and futility of modern society, in which sometimes only negative and critical dialogue connects human beings. Miranda gave the cycle and each song the final title and dedicated the cycle to Carol McDavit, the singer who also premiered it with the composer at the piano.

Dedicated to Carol McDavit Poet: E Aeolian — E minor Vocal range: C 4 — F5 Timing: Ronaldo Miranda: I saw with these eyes 2. I saw a boy or two I saw, I saw, I did see The endless march of the days Restart with more strength And, just by nastiness, The poem uses first person narration in which the speaker relates the events hesaw.

The speaker seems to be by the window, looking outside and observing a man, a woman, and children. While he sees a man crying due to rejection and a woman kissed by an ex-lover from a meaningless relationship, he also sees boys laughing and playing. At that moment, he starts to think about life, and how quickly time passes. Although they are present in the scenery, the speaker does not empathize with the characters; he is more concerned about his own feelings and thoughts about life.

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