Can You Give Me An Famous Speech Choir Piece?

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An incredibly famous example of speech choir pieces is Wear Sunscreen which is narrated by Lee Perry. This speech choir piece is literally just a man delivering a speech with the song "Everybody's Free" being played in the background. The piece is generally used to inspire people at inspirational events, such as at the end of school or at courses for jobs.

Here are some tips for writing your own speech choir piece:

• Be original

Write a poem or a speech, as this is the basis for your speech choir piece. When you are writing it, be true to yourself and talk about something that is important to you, as the truth behind it will be shown when you are performing it. The key is to be legitimate and believable in your performance, especially if you also wish your piece to be inspirational.

• Be humorous

Make people laugh. These things are supposed to inspire people and keep them constantly interested. They want to be inspired by what you are saying and also moved by it, as these things are usually performed at special occasions that mark new beginnings for the people present. Talk about the future and how to live your life to the best of your ability. Talk about enjoying yourself, because that's what life's all about.

• Be short and snappy

The lines of your speech choir piece need to be memorable and short. Given that you will be speaking the lines instead of saying them, it's usually good to stick to a slight rhythm to make the piece sound right; else it may just sound disjointed and odd. Be to the point and make bold statements with your speech choir piece, so that people will listen to and remember your individual statements. If you waffle on excessively, it will ruin the effect of the genre.

As strange as it may seem, a speech choir is exactly what it says it is: A choir of people, but rather than performing by singing, they speak.

  • Why speak rather than sing?
Having people speak in a choir rather than sing gives people the opportunity to exercise their voices in a completely different way. It also means that the audience is expecting something different, too, so great emphasis has to be placed on articulating and enunciating properly.

It also means that the tone of voice and timbre have to be used well so that the full emphasis of what is being said is achieved.

  • What kinds of things do speech choirs perform?
Very often speech choirs will use poetry as pieces that they can perform. There is massive scope in some poems to be able to exploit the voice in many different ways so that the full power of the poem can be enjoyed.

In some other instances pieces are written specifically with speech choirs in mind so that there are different parts for different sections of the choir, much in the same way as a traditional choir.

  • Are there any benefits of belonging to a speech choir?
Many people ascertain that performing with a speech choir has given them much more confidence, particularly in instances that mean that they have to speak out and make an impression.

This can apply to many aspects of life, but seems to be particularly beneficial in the workplace, particularly if a job demands that people need to listen to you, or if there is some element of public speaking in a job.

Some teachers have claimed that belonging to a speech choir has made them more effective in the classroom, and some managers have claimed that being able to modulate their voice in different ways has had a positive impact with their workforce.
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The Wind

I am the Wind
I creep and crawl through every swamp and valley
Touching every leaf and holding every branch
Surrounding every rock and cooling every stream
Playing with the leaves that dance on my shoulders

I am the Wind.
I cradle nature's breath in my arms
Rocking it back and forth
Singing to it my sweet lullaby
Kissing its tender face with my gentle breeze

I am the Wind.
I instruct the tall grass to bow before me
Ruling over the leaves and governing the water
Telling the rain when to fall
Commanding even the waves of the ocean to obey me

I am the Wind.
Nature has given me more than one task
I work to complete them all
I fly with the birds and run with the cheetahs
I guard the baby as she sleeps and watch over the dogs that howl at the moon
I play with the hair of a sleeping child
I race the cars on the highway
I dance around the corn fields at dusk
I watch the world begin to slumber and am there at its waking

I am the Wind.
Tornados are mere toothpicks for my teeth
Hurricanes are but drizzling rain
Blizzards lose their footing without me as their foundation
Rooted as the source of storm and tempest, I will not budge

I am the Wind.
I hold the stars and stripes of many flags
Helping the countries show them with pride
I collide with the sails of boats
Catching my feet they make me pull them along

I am the Wind
I pull the leaves off of the trees like apples
Laying them carefully on the ground to sleep
Letting them rest under a blanket of snow till they wake

I am the Wind.
I carry the seed of dandelions on my back
Washing it with my breeze
And planting it in the soft earth beneath my feet
I cool it while I blow through pursed lips
And bring clouds to quench its thirst
Soon my work is done

I am the Wind.
Curling my fists at the mountains that stand in my way
Disobeying the gravity of man
Defying even life itself as I live on forever

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