essay格式:Billie Holiday的音乐事业

essay格式:Billie Holiday的音乐事业

Billie Holiday被认为是最有影响力的爵士歌手之一。她多年来事业蒸蒸日上。她出生在马里兰州的巴尔的摩。她获得了声誉,被认为是有史以来最好的爵士歌手。她生来就是一个十几岁的母亲,她不得不在她的童年面对赤贫。她的真名是伊莲诺拉·费根。她的父亲是克拉伦斯·霍利迪(Clarence Holiday),她的母亲在她出生三年后嫁给了他。比利的童年很不稳定。她的父亲是一个非常罕见的访客,后来成为一名爵士音乐家。她还被送到一所专门为陷入困境的非洲女孩设立的机构。然而,她在遭到性侵犯后被送回了母亲身边。只有音乐才能给她带来平静和慰藉。她开始在纽约当地的俱乐部唱歌,在这里,她把自己的名字改为Billie,因为她最喜欢的电影是Billie Dove。本文的目的是选择10首比莉的歌曲,并从它们的深层含义和表达方式(LeRoi 2)方面进行讨论。

essay格式:Billie Holiday的音乐事业

比利度过了一个受虐待和贫困的童年,成为一名著名的爵士歌手。她是20世纪30年代和40年代最好的爵士歌手之一。当她在哈莱姆的妓院工作时,她听到了贝茜·史密斯和路易斯·阿姆斯特朗的唱片。就在那时,她更接近音乐,并以在哈莱姆的夜总会唱歌开始了她的职业生涯。有一天,当她在哈莱姆爵士俱乐部表演时,制片人约翰·哈蒙德发现了她。她是一个黑人布鲁斯歌手,她把生活中的所有痛苦都倾注在她的音乐中。她表达痛苦不仅是为了显示她的才华,而且她忧郁沙哑的声音反映了她生活中的悲剧(戴维斯163)。

essay格式:Billie Holiday的音乐事业

Billie Holiday is considered as one of the most influential Jazz singers. She had a very flourishing career for many years. She was born in Baltimore, Maryland. She had received the fame and was considered as the best Jazz vocalist of all times. She was born to be a teenage mother and she had to face extreme poverty in her childhood. Her real name was Eleanora Fagan. Her father was Clarence Holiday, who married her mother three years later her birth. Billie had a very unstable childhood. Her father was a very infrequent visitor, who later became a Jazz musician. She was also sent to a facility made for the troubled African girls. However, she was returned to her mother after a sexual assault. It was only music, where she found peace and solace. She started singing in local clubs in New York, and here only she changed her name to Billie after her favorite movie started Billie Dove. The purpose of this paper is to select 10 songs of Billie and discuss them in terms of their deeper meaning and expressions (LeRoi 2).

essay格式:Billie Holiday的音乐事业

Billie came over an abusive and impoverished childhood to become a famous Jazz singer. She was one of the best Jazz singers in the 1930’s and 1940’s. When she worked in the house of prostitution in Harlem, she heard the records of Bessie Smith and Louis Armstrong. This was when she came closer to music and started her career with singing in the night clubs of Harlem. One day when she was performing in the Harlem Jazz club, she was discovered by producer John Hammond. She was a Negro Blues singer, who poured all her pain from life in her music. She expressed pain not only to display that she is talented, but her melancholy and husky voice reflected tragedy of her life (Davis 163).