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Jun Musical Travels - Summertime by ZplaySchool. Sales Ended. Event description. One of these mornin's you goin' to rise up singin' Then you'll spread yo' wings an' you'll take the sky.
But till that mornin', there's a nothin' can harm you With Daddy an' Mammy standin' by. Heyward's inspiration for the lyrics was the southern folk spiritual-lullaby " All My Trials ", of which he had Clara sing a snippet in his play Porgy.
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Writing of the opening line, he says. That "and" is worth a great deal of attention. I would write "Summertime when" but that "and" sets up a tone, a whole poetic tone, not to mention a whole kind of diction that is going to be used in the play; an informal, uneducated diction and a stream of consciousness, as in many of the songs like "My Man's Gone Now".
It's the exact right word, and that word is worth its weight in gold.
The choices of "ands" [and] "buts" become almost traumatic as you are writing a lyric — or should, anyway — because each one weighs so much. Musicologist K. McElrath wrote of the song: . Gershwin was remarkably successful in his intent to have this sound like a folk song. This is reinforced by his extensive use of the pentatonic scale C—D—E—G—A in the context of the A minor tonality and a slow-moving harmonic progression that suggests a " blues ".
Because of these factors, this tune has been a favorite of jazz performers for decades and can be done in a variety of tempos and styles. While in his own description, Gershwin did not use any previously composed spirituals in his opera, Summertime is often considered an adaptation of the African American spiritual " Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child ", which ended the play version of Porgy.
There are over 25, recordings of "Summertime". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved Archived from the original on George Gershwin: His Life and Work. George Gershwin. String Orchestra. Rolf Lovland. Harold Arlen. Joseph Barbera.