What do these notes represent for you?
How do they sound?
What makes them sound like that?
Who has written them?
Where and when might the music be played?
Why is this music special?
What the notes mean to me
The song that these notes mean to is: Happy (Pharell Williams)
The song is special to me because… It gives me that upbeat vibe that just makes you want sing to the rooftops. It just makes you as happy as a new born lamb prancing around on an emerald green field.
It makes you so happy because of the rhythmic fell that it brings to you. If the radio was positioned on the other side of the house, you would still be able to hear that upbeat music due to the pure happiness of it.
It’s set in various different places such as, a choir hall, a town street and alleyway.
It gives you that “got to dance feeling “where your feet just carry anywhere and until the music ends you just won’t be able to stop dancing.
These music notes represent a calm flowing piece of music with a peaceful melody. They sound posh, and quaint; starting of quietly and gradually getting louder and louder. They have been written by William Tell (a Swiss hero) and could be played in formal orchestras. This piece of music is special because it was sacred and known all over the world.
Music to my ears
On summer’s day, at sundown
I hear the beautiful melody of the saxophone,
I always wondered if I did not know
Who was playing this calming tune in the distance.
Obviously, I know who it was,
My best friend from next door,
We always go on ‘saxophone’ picnics
So once we’ve eaten I listen…
Listen deeply to the amazing melody.
The notes are as sweet as nectar,
The tune brings back memories,
Loving memories of my childhood,
When we always used to do this.
My saxophone friend left to go to France,
Her dad had found a new job,
I cried and cried, I didn’t want her to leave,
I couldn’t stand not having a melody to wake up to.
Even though it is always sunny,
The sun beams down on me,
Everything seems dull,
But I’ll always remember the beautiful tune,
My saxophone friend always gave to me.
The musicians dream.
My fingers quiver,
I begin to shiver,
The shadows are creeping in.
My thoughts are swirling,
I must unleash the beast within.
The notes echo,
I will let go,
I am determined, I must win.
I am lost in sound,
My heart starts to pound,
And I allow a grin.
But it has to end,
I know it’s pretend,
And I lay with tears in my eyes.
The dream is gone,
I was wrong,
It was all just lies.
I see the notes and what comes to my mind?
Music, soft and melodious, drifting across the ocean.
The sound so clear, like crystals.
Could it be Beethoven? Could it be Bach? Could it be Mozart?
I definitely wish that was me, playing those notes on a grand piano, in an orchestra in front of millions of people.
That’s the special meaning of these notes to me.
These special notes remind me of a brilliant song called Rather Be. This amazing song was composed by Clean Bandit and Jess Glyne. Rather Be is my favourite song because it’s tune make me feel bouncy and cheerful. I also enjoy this song because it has an energetic vibe and the lyrics remind me of joyful times. Also, I like this song because the lyrics encourage you to take a chance when you get it aswell. I believe this is important, due to the fact that I think you should relish every opportunity you receive. The chorus also makes your body join in without you even realising. Whenever this happens, I think the song is great, as it attracts your attention.
One day a letter came through the mail and it was about a piano concert to win a grand Yamahah! You had to play fur Elise so I went. there was a big crowd and I was number 78 and there were 79 people playing. When my name was called I played with dynamics posture and everything else. The judges were writing down the scores and I had finished. The last person played very well and when he finished my heart was beating faster and faster. The judges pronounced the winner 79! He came to the stage and just before the piano was given a judge said the adding up was wrong. The real winner was 78. I was so happy and played the piano everyday.
One day a letter came through the mail and it was about a piano concert to win a grand Yamahah! You had to play fur Elise so I went. there was a big crowd and I was number 78 and there were 79 people playing. When my name was called I played with dynamics posture and everything else. The judges were writing down the scores and I had finished. The last person played very well and when he finished my heart was beating faster and faster. The judges pronounced the winner 79! He came to the stage and just before the piano was given a judge said the adding up was wrong. The real winner was 78. I was so happy and played the piano every day.
The notes are sweet and tender that flow through my ears ,
that grabs everyones attention that they like to hear .
The notes are high and LOW ,
they curvy , they are straight , they are tied in a bow.
That is my sister jazzing away ,
It is a saxophone she ALWAYS plays.
These are one of the songs she wrote by hand ,
It is smooth and quick just like sand .
That is my sister jazzing away ,
It is a saxophone she ALWAYS plays !!!!!!
Ludwig Van Beethoven’s Diary,KEEP OUT!
Dear Diary, 18-12-1784
Today my parents, who felt sorry that they didn’t commence the celebrations of my birthday yesterday, decided that we would have my birthday party today- so we did, and it was FANTASTIC! My fourteenth birthday, this one was quite special to me, let me tell you why… My parents secretly had discussed and planned my birthday, when I was asleep yesterday night. I didn’t have the faintest idea about it at all! So I woke up today morning and with a long yawn reluctantly got up, I swiftly got ready, then looked in my wardrobe. I expected my normal clothes, but instead, found a single plain, pearly-white shirt, a pair of grand trousers and boots as black as ebony. Where did these come from? I stared at them in wonder, since I had nothing else to wear, I wore these instead. I hurried downstairs for breakfast and suddenly was engulfed in colour, sound, balloons, presents and relatives. It was lovely to see them all. There was a loud yell of ‘Happy Birthday!’ And then a sound as if a stampede of bulls were charging towards me. After a load of hugs and kisses, we all sat down to breakfast in the breakfast room and enjoyed a great deal (sweet porridge with lots of sugar and orange juice for me, my cousins and siblings). After finally finishing our breakfast, my parents let me open my presents, I received loads of stuff, but I saved the largest for last, but of course wanting to open it right away, I instantaneously opened all the others briskly and finally reached it. I saw a tag which read: from your dearly, loving parents.xxx. I smiled at my parents who urged me to open it. So I gently unwrapped it, but couldn’t stand it so I tore it slowly- I heard a suspicious sound and finally decided to rip the wrapping-paper… and I stared, I gasped, I gasped, I stared. Is it really what I think it is? Is it-is it? Wow!! I couldn’t believe my eyes. My parents are quite rich,but to have this staring at me in the front room, is a miracle! This present was the best out of all my presents! A grand piano, as black as ebony, and so grand, just exactly what I dreamed and wished for! My new best friend stares up at me and tells me to play. I couldn’t resist it any longer and decided to play with him. Gently pressing the keys, I ran my finger across them. I rushed up to my parents and hugged them one by one. They told me that this was to be my destiny. My Destiny? Hmm that sounds like it should be turned into a piece. I shall make it after I’ve graduated. My destiny, dream come true…!
What these music notes mean to me
Like a chirping bird singing in the tree
This is one of the songs I’ve written by hand
It is smooth and quick just like sand
My brain is swirling
These sweet notes floating in the air
That I just can’t bare
I can’t read music notes
Just the sound of it makes me float
meandering through my ear,
like a lullaby,
sung by a butterfly,
it comes to me,
so sweet and tuneful.
It fulfils my heart,
and, on my part,
I have a tip,
if you have an aching hip,
its a melody,
a tuneful song called …
‘Fur Elise’ by Beethoven.
You may have heard of it before,
but just to be sure
that you know it
search it on the internet
and listen to it when you’re ill
instead of taking a disgusting pill.
The music notes,
Meandering through my ear,
Like a lullaby,
Sung by a butterfly,
It comes to me,
So sweet and tuneful.
It fills my heart,
And, on my part,
I don’t mean to be rude,
But if you are in a bad mood,
I have a remedy,
It’s a melody,
A tuneful song called …
‘Fur Elise’ by Beethoven.
You may have heard it before,
But just to be sure
That you know it
Search it on the internet
And listen to it when you’re ill
Instead of taking a disgusting pill.
He opened up the burnished grand piano, then put a special wooden stick behind the polished lid of the piano. After that, he cleaned the lustrous instrument with a squalid cloth that he pulled out of his psychedelic trousers. Although, he was too short to play it, so he reached down his hirsute arm to get to the unilluminated handle and leisurely turned the handle of the seat to make the seat to go higher. So, he got ready to play the glimmering piano and he started pretending to play the glossy piano as if he could. Suddenly, someone came behind him and started laughing, he had a broom in his hand and poked his friend with the other hand. So, he started to pretend he was playing it too and so they both smiled.
Singing so sweet ,
Like a lullaby,
Toned by a butterfly!
It floats around me,
In a fabulous melody,
It fills my heart,
It will never part!
If you’re in a bad mood,
I have a remedy,
Its a melody!
A melodic song entitled. . .
Rather be by clean bandit!
I have some advice for you,
Believe me,its very true,
Listen to the tune,when you’re ill,
Its not worth taking a poisonous PILL!
A sweet serenade or a loud,energetic performance.Whatever you like / choose,will ,most of the time fit your personality.Frequently,we hear music on the radio.Depending on the genre and the song,normally,it will make your emotions change.This is exactly what happened to us…
Joyful and filled with pure happiness were just two words to describe how I was feeling.We were going on holiday!”Absoultley nothing could stop how I felt.”I thought to myself.However, I was wrong…
All of a sudden, Dad switched on the radio in our car.A unfortunate song was playing.It was about being lonely…this reminded me of when my brother… Jay…Died…in a car crash.It also reminded me of when we used to play together until they tragedy happened.
Trying to hold the tears back,I could feel my head start to spin with questions. I wondered if the silly people didn’t crash into the front of our car he would be watching me look out the window now.
My fingers clenched ,trying to fight my sadness .I felt alone ,the world felt as if it was turning against me and thats when I looked in Mum and Dads wing-mirror and saw tears streaming down their faces…