A Song (Reprise)

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  1. A Song (Reprise) Lyrics: Making melodies / Personal friends of mine / Clumbsy hands caress the keys / With a song of my own design / Old friends, long dead and gone / Lovers I've lost and close.
  2. The definition of a reprise is a repeat of a performance or a passage in music. A chorus in a song that is repeated several times throughout the song is an example of a reprise. A repeat performance of a famous previous concert by a musician is an example of a reprise.
  3. Jul 15,  · Album: A SONG Song: Protect I/A Song (Reprise) Written by P. Henry Island Music, (BMI) Produced, Arranged and Engineered by Geoffrey Chung for Penetrate Productions Bass Geoffrey Chung Drums Mikey.
  4. In Music albums, a reprise is the repetition or reiteration of simply any repeated section, such as is indicated by beginning and ending repeat signs. These Songs Are Actually A Repeated Version but with different somehow Motive music and Vocals from Different Singers. These Singers May be Of Mainstream or maybe out of It.
  5. Teach Me a Song (Reprise) Lyrics: Teach me a song / I’m talking the call and the response / The ask and the answer / I’m talking / Give me the words / That let me fight for my life / Words.
  6. to repeat a song, performance, or set of actions: I was to play the doctor, reprising a role I’d done years earlier.
  7. Sep 04,  · Most musicals produced for the stage combine songs and dialogue to convey the arc of a story. When a particular song is repeated later in the show, it is called a reprise. This may be a shorter version of the original song, or it may be altered for ensemble singing.
  8. Eventually, "reprise" came to refer to any action that was repeated or resumed. A later sense, borrowed from modern French, applies to specific types of repetition in musical compositions and was .

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