Thanks, Sara! So many of the songs sound so different - JH labelled all of the songs by the title of the dance, but I had to figure out what the songs were actually called in order to make the Grooveshark playlist. Lots of listening to songs, then hopefully typing lyrics into Google; I imagine my search history now looks very odd. (And very fascinated with Mumford & Sons/Adele.)
As I told you all last week, you put on a fantastic show. And as a bonus, I can finally tell my old friend - also a dancer - that I've heard a tUnE-yArDs song. (Yes, typing that artist's name badly hurt my English-teacher brain.)
Listening to this playlist is making me miss the show already.
Here's the link to this year's music file on Jia's AUSD page. It only has a some of our show's songs, but many are the cut versions, including our opening number and the hip hop mashup. Hope it helps a bit.
The first dance was ''I AM', of which the dancers were holding a piece of mirror. It interested me since the dancers were all the way focusing on their face. It made me recalled that sometimes some people concern too much about their appearance.
Another piece of dance called ''SPRING CELEBRATION'' made me feel so happy, for the dancer were wearing Chinese clothing and using Chinese props! To understand my feeling, imagine the scene that a foreign student is in a public school of America, but participating something to do with his/ her country's culture! I expected most people love his own country. Because that's the place they grew up. That's the place where their childhood memory contains. That's their HOME!
''GAMERS'' is also wonderful! Every single dancer is holding an electronic device. This piece of dance made me realize that the props in a dance show could be something I thought unrelated to art! Such as mirror, book and IPhone.
''A LIFE SO ORDINARY'' was performed in a way that all dancers were wearing the same kind of clothing and doing the same movement. It showed how awful life would be if all mankind were in all ways identical! Then there would have no art and invention at all, which is like a society of robots!
Well, I think each piece of dance was unique and they all impressed me. They never duplicate in any forms. But after all, in my eyes, what made this show excellent was nothing but the passion and effort of the dancer. Thank you, Mr. Feraco, I came because you strongly recommended us to watch this dance show!