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Kelsey Knutsen Music for Listeners – 02 The human body is made up of TK organs, TK ounces of blood, TK bones and much more. The human body is full of emotions, intelligence, power and determination. The human body is more than ust bones and a brain though. The human body is an instrument and each mentality uses that instrument differently. Among its capabilities is the power of the human voice. It can release more than just words. Those words can create music, unleashing desire, love, hope and skill with every word uttered. On April 13, 2010, in the ballroom at Hunt Union, I was given the privledge to observe such power being used. The concert choir at SUNY Oneonta used their gift of the human voice to present and perform many great compositions. The ensemble began their performance with a tribute to the band Queen. Their arrangement showcased the following songs: WE Will Rock You, Another One Bites the Dust, We Are the Champions, and Bohemian Rhapsody . The arrangement varied in tempo as it switched through the different songs. It started off fast then
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