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Unformatted text preview: Joseph Arabbo 29 April 2011 MUS100 Dr. Tait MUS100 Review of “Senior Showcase 2011” I t is April 29, 2011 on a Friday night around 10pm. I just attended my first Oakland University musical called “Senior Showcase”. The show served as a “last hurrah” for the graduating Oakland University seniors. The showcase featured 12 singers/actors. Each has a solo, singing a piece from 22 different musicals. Each soloist had a monologue that led into their solo. Most of their monologues and solos were about real-life situations with a funny twist. The musical was mostly comedy and sought to invoke a feeling of happiness. This was a show that made you step into the singer’s shoes and understand what they’re singing about. I thought the music setup was interesting—and simple; A drummer, pianist, and guitarist. They sounded awesome and full. They pianist was great at filling the music up with great left-hand bass lines, the guitarist with clean riffs, and the drummer with a jazzy brush-kit touch. You could tell that they were guitarist with clean riffs, and the drummer with a jazzy brush-kit touch....
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This note was uploaded on 06/29/2011 for the course FIN 322 taught by Professor Zhu during the Spring '11 term at Oakland University.
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