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Deborah Gillen Music 110, 004 Mr. Lewis Concert Report #2 Vocal soloists are always so inspiring to me because I always am so envious of the talent. I could never have the courage to stand in front of a large group of people and sing like a soloist can, let alone that well. C. Ricks Floyd had a very smooth voice and he made it seem so easy to sing as well as he did. The venue was the concert hall at the music center here on campus. It can seem pretty large if a lot of people are sitting in the audience, and there were many people at this concert. The stage also seemed much bigger because there was only one person performing and a piano accompaniment. C. Ricks Floyd was standing next to the piano alone in the center of the stage. When he sang louder, like on a higher note, I could feel a slight vibration which was interesting. There were times when the piano and his voice were in perfect tune, like in the piece The Rovin’ Gambler. The two were in perfect sync so it was very nice to listen to. There was nothing distracting about his performance, because all eyes were on him. Everyone in the audience was focusing on him and his talent so no one was distracting. The performers on the stage were C. Ricks Floyd as the vocal soloist and Joan Williams
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