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Unformatted text preview: Part 3: very loud, cymbals come in. Strings loud, drum. Flutes play, rest of instruments are out. Tapping continues End: Strings staccato, cymbals, drums…decrescendo….flute holds note, vocals come back with strings. Flute is light and airy, triangle goes on. Ends with flute holding a note and pouring rain. The song is a classic. The movie is mostly known for its tap dancing and of course Gene Kelly. The song puts the listener in a great mood, due to the airy, bright music. There are higher notes, no dark, low notes. Overall after listening to this song for a good hour, it put me in a great mood. It has that feeling of being in love and acting stupid and you don’t care. One of those, “ah life is great” feelings. Seeing Gene Kelly tap dance, sing, and have that silly smile on his face….has a greater effect. Best part: Gene Kelly splashing around in the rain like he’s a little boy…love, it’ll make you do crazy things....
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- Spring '07
- Music, Musical instrument, Musical notation, Singing