DOR 7 - Amrit Gupta 2/26/08 Music 334 DOR #7 1a Track 6 and...

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Amrit Gupta 2/26/08 Music 334 DOR #7 1a Track 6 and Track 7, two version of Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen , have many differences. Both tracks have references to the importance of religion and spirituality in discussing the suffering that the singer is referring to. However, the singer in the Track 6 recording sounds more upbeat and cheerful than the Track 7 recording. The Track 7 recording seemed very opera-like in terms of its performance with the opening of the piano in the beginning of the track and the emphasis that was placed on each word. One example of this difference can be witnessed in the sentence “sometimes I’m up and sometimes I’m down” that is expressed differently in both tracks. 1b .Both tracks are perfomed in different styles and mediums. Track 6 seems more optimistic about the suffering that the singer has to endure. Track 7 sounds more somber about this suffering. Both tracks, however, still refer to a higher spiritual being to help them to endure and conquer the suffering that the singer is experiencing. 2
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DOR 7 - Amrit Gupta 2/26/08 Music 334 DOR #7 1a Track 6 and...

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