Das provokante fingerschnippen der straßengangs, das aufheulen der polizeisirenen, die fliegenden röcke der puerto ricanerinnen über den dächern new yorks, ewige liebe und verhängnisvolle feindschaft in den heruntergekommenen hinterhöfen der west side. Credits for west side story: musical score by leonard bernstein who has composed 3 other stage musicals: on the town, candide and wonderful close analysis: west side story the following close analysis notes on the musical soundtrack of west side story illustrate how the. West side story is a musical with a book by arthur laurents, music by leonard bernstein and lyrics by stephen sondheim it was inspired by william shakespeare's play romeo and juliet. Analysis of west side story west side story came out in 1961 as a melodramatic musical that took place in new york it takes the same theme as shakespeare's, romeo and juliet, in that it is about two lovers whose relationship is not accepted by others because of conflicting backgrounds. West side story (amor sin barreras en algunos países de américa latina) es un musical con libreto de arthur laurents, música de leonard bernstein y letras de stephen sondheim basado libremente en romeo y julieta de william shakespeare.
Tessitura: tessitura, (italian: texture), in music, the general range of pitches found in a melody or vocal part it differs from the compass of a piece to the extent that it does not take into account the extremes of the piece's range but is concerned with the way in which the vocal line is arranged or. West side story based on a conception by jerome robbins book by arthur laurents music by leonard bernstein lyrics by stephen sondheim directed theater sioux city symphony orchestra: west side story saks fifth avenue holiday light show disney cruise line: frozen, a musical. Main character resolve: steadfast main character growth: start main character approach: be-er main character mental sex: male story driver: action story limit: timelock story outcome: success story judgment: bad you've reached the hub for any and all dramatica analysis of west side story. Download sheet music for west side story choose from digital sheet music for new and popular songs, including maria, somewhere, and i feel pretty, or click the button below to browse all sheet music.
35 the music written for 'west side story' was cutting edge up to this time: the dark theme rooted in violence and tragedy the use of long, extended dance scenes to convey the drama the sophisticated synthesis of jazz and classical musical idioms the focus on social problems and tensions of. West side story started out as a long-running, tony-winning stage musical, and while there were plenty of previous efforts to update shakespeare for enter west side story, a jumped-up version of romeo and juliet taking place between rival gangs on the streets of new york it follows the same. West side story analysis wednesday, may 11, 2011 something's coming welcome to the blog over the next couple of weeks i will be exploring leonard west side story had an amazing team of creators including composer leonard bernstein, lyricist stephen sondheim, choreographer.
West side story original broadway version (1957) young lovers are caught between prejudice and warring street gangs in one of the most important highlighting the talents of a young ensemble cast, west side story has found popularity in schools as well as professional theatres throughout the world. Media reaction paper - west side story poetry analysis of going blind by rainer maria wilke taylor swift love story analysis stairway to heaven analysis short story analysis/ civil peace recent essays perform a close reading of any passage or short chapter. West side story no 10: tonight (ensemble) maria, tony, anita, riff, bernardo, jets and sharks in this number, all the riff begins the taunting and posturing in a low tessitura he sings a repeated 2 quaver theme [a] followed by a rising semiquaver figure [b] which becomes important later in the.
West side story no 10: tonight (ensemble) maria, tony, anita, riff, bernardo, jets and sharks in this number, all the participants talk about the eventful bar 7 - (verse 1) riff begins the taunting and posturing in a low tessitura he sings a repeated 2 quaver theme [a] followed by a rising semiquaver. In west side story, robbins broke with musical theater traditions to portray the unglamorous world of urban gangs with all the gravitas of the classic narratives about the privileged class robbins' acute observation and his mastery of ballet informed the style of each leap and gesture in west side story. West side story came out in 1961 as a melodramatic musical that took place in new york the musical selections and songs that were sung told a story and narrated the almost the entire film, as is expected in this type of film genre, explaining the differences as well as the conflicts between the two. The creation of west side story was an extended process, involving decades of work, long periods of drought, and the collaboration of four of american musical theatre's greatest standalone talents the original idea for the musical came from director/choreographer jerome robbins, who wanted to. Welcome to the official west side story website here, you can indulge your fascination with this groundbreaking musical in any number of ways you can read about how the authors developed the show's concept and structure (did you know the original idea was for warring street gangs of catholics.
West side story, el clásico original de broadway por fin en españa teatro calderón entradas desde 29,90€ west side story es una producción de y wss 100 aniversario 2017 aie bajo licencia exclusiva de music theatre international (europa): wwwmtishowseu. West side story was initially a musical portrayed september 26th, 1957 the musical quickly gained more and more fame over the years, not only for its spectacular acting, but mostly for its beautiful and charming music and songs, which is still said by various critics that it is the pilar of the play. An analysis of the success of west side story by howard goodall, extracted from the tv show twentieth century greats. West side story is one of the most influential musicals of all time it's integration of dance and song into the plot was very innovative, because even though it had been done before, it had never been done this well jerome robbins had thought of an adaptation of romeo and juliet to a broadway musical.
West side story is one of bernstein's most impressive achievements in any style of composition arthur laurents' book for west side story is not really a retelling or paraphrase of shakespeare's romeo and juliet, but rather uses the play as a point of departure. West side story is a 1961 american romantic musical drama film directed by robert wise and jerome robbins the film is an adaptation of the 1957 broadway musical of the same name, which in turn was inspired by william shakespeare's play romeo and juliet it stars natalie wood, richard beymer.
West side story written by arthur laurents is actually a modern adaptation of shakespeare's romeo and juliet first and foremost, there is a difference between the musical west side story directed by jerome robbins and the play romeo and juliet by shakespeare seen in the first scene of each. Influences west side story is highly influenced by shakespeare's famous tragedy, romeo and juliet as it was made as an updated remake- during that time he has made similar characters to match the original characters character breakdown more on a3 paper tony - romeo maria - juliet anita.