Enliven By Julijana Sarac In Love Commentary

Enliven By Julijana Sarac In Love Commentary
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“Enliven” Album By Pianist Julijana Sarac.

“In Love” Commentary By Perceptive Reader See Booknet.com

“I put a spell on you/Mr.Beethoven” from published album #Enliven
Check it out on youtube, spotify, itunes, and amazon.

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Pianist Julijana Sarac Expertise Composition

The Pianist Julijana Sarac Expert Composition is the Product of Culture aka pocbooks.com creative expression article in the year 2021. It is my pleasure to introduce this talented pianist to you through this article.
Julijana Sarac is such a credit to the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with the following achievements so far:

  1. Studied Honours in Musicology at Sydney Conservatorium of Music
  2. Studied Master of piano performance
  3. Studies Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance

Gallery of Music

Whenever a student learns the arts to an expert ability level, and he/she places musical notes (seeds) everywhere they travel, then people eventually ask, “How did you learn to play so great?” The mentor also experiences joy. Yes, the mentor and the establishment shares in the joy of a masterpiece. To hear an alumni or student is filling people hearts with good times, what a feeling. Life is wonderful in this way.

Julijana Sarac’s piano performances provide our ears the exuberance of life! This includes our eyes and heart, I am highlighting the Mozart Confutatis: salsa version, video for the bookmarked favorites of all the music connoisseurs and commentators.

Desiring To Know What Majors in Music Learn

After viewing the above video, you may be moved to know a little more about pianists. It motivated me to look up this book on Amazon that helps in this area:

The Pianist’s Dictionary, Second Edition Second Edition
The Pianist’s Dictionary is a handy and practical reference dictionary aimed specifically at pianists, teachers, students, and concertgoers. Maurice Hinson & Wesley Roberts researched and developed this publication.

As an FYI I would encourage you to read the first paragraph that is available for preview on Amazon. It is excellently written in my opinion as someone who loves the piano but does not play the instrument.

Julijana Sarac Expertise Sharing The Gift

Perceptive readers and listeners, I hope this compact presentation of Julijana Sarac will be just what you are looking for in the way of piano music. Just read through the comments on her channels to see what everyone is saying about it. One person stated, who loves the “purity” of the classics to stay that way; still appreciates Julijana playing style. I say In order for Julijana Sarac to activate her vision on the classics and make them her own, She has to be a master at the pianist craft. Julijana, as an expert, is also more than qualified to teach others.

Julijana Sarac “Enliven” album

  1. Bésame Mucho
  2. I put a spell on you
  3. Sign your name
  4. How can I remember
  5. Vladimir Nikolov: Jovana
  6. Historia de un amor
  7. This love
  8. Mozart Confutatis salsa
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Julijana Sarac Magnificent Piano

Julijana Sarac’s Magnificent Piano; this is Social Sharing Thursday everyone!

Julijana Sarac referenced an interesting report on audiences’ reaction to musicians; and she was not just talking about the skillfulness of their craft. It actually pertains to cosmetic aspects of the musician. See what she states in her instagram post, and my response as well.

The Survey

An interesting Survey And Video YOU MUST click on this Link, Believe ME.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CJA96Yxlxdw/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

@pocbooks9041 Instagram for Pocbooks.com Aka Product of Culture

It is all a part of the presentation.
Why do people plant gardens not just for food, but a bed of roses?
Did you know some people love arranging sunflowers and tulips, and lilacs, etc…more than a dozen roses?
Why do people design homes the way they do?
Why do teachers and artists organize the desk and room colors the way they do?
It is personal preference and presentation. Don’t feel sad or look down on yourself for your whole money making presentation and experience in music/performance. Why, because, over time, if the personality does not match with your dashing good looks, then it will no longer be a nice presentation for some, and the person who is a different type of flower will shine even brighter in talent and beauty for the ones who have ears and eyes (mind’s eye as well)
I have talked a little bit more in the past about using all your talents in wonderful ways to give a great customer experience. Best wishes, James Lynch

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thank you, James, for your thorough comment! I agree with what you are saying. However, there is an interesting twist in this article I cited: “low-attractive males elicited higher performance ratings than their more attractive peers.” How would you explain that? It might be that in the case of male performers, one has already a preconceived idea of how a pianist should look like 🙂

Reply C pocbooks9041 @julijana.sarac You are welcome Julijana.sarac’s profile picturejulijana.sarac

Yes, you have a wide range of audience attendees with the preconceived idea of handsomeness, or lack of applies to surface acceptance. So I can only speak for myself. I have no preconceived idea how the male or female looks when (in the past) I attended music hall events. The knowledge and passion of the men and women started being observed later. If the orchestra had someone in there not playing well due to not receiving the proper rest; then you could have Mr. And Miss Universe on front and center stage, and I may still exit the auditorium to the bar section for a gin and tonic. Speaking hypothetically, that is Thank you for your response. I’ve been highlighting your videos on my website’s homepage. If you disagree with this, I will promptly remove them. All the same, YOUR skill is superb with ingenuity of style. Best Wishes, James

Julijana Sarac Official Channels

There will be more features in the future on this exquisite talent.
Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/julijana.sarac/

Youtube

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCebP9xCb1ISxAI3zHSP0ZoA

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/julijana.sarac

A Review of Social Media Sharing Thursday

Here is a review of what social sharing is and several of the posts that were placed on several networks; and maybe you will again?

Social Media has always been designed for sharing — so we share what we like with people we like.

When the articles and events have a hyperlink with a featured image; that is supposed to be shared as well. What company, musician, singers, doctors, entrepreneurs, and models do not want to see their brand shared? Let’s place impetus on for years since the beginning, this is what technology and Social Media Sharing has been all about sharing and still is with online chats from time to time! It is used for customer service as well! What a great use of technology!
Yes untold numbers use it as designed above.If you like (appreciate) it, then share it.If the image appears with the link you share, then this all a part of the article title and link presentation.If a company does not want you to share their images that automatically appears with the link, then on their websites they can turn such hot linking settings off. IMHO with a picture saying a thousand words, you will lose marketing value by doing that though.Meanwhile, welcome to Social Media Sharing Thursday Pick. Place this in your notification calendars! Last year, this feature ran through November and December!
Hey, caring is sharing! Have a wonderful day.

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Art and Music Journey in The Mind

Art and Music Journey Since there is a time for learning, exercise, and work; there is also certainly a time for ( art and music ) play.

This article was originally posted on October 2019.

Art and Music Journey in The Mind

Playing for children often involves high energy of imagination and talking to one another.

Talk about high energy, how about the teenagers? What does your daily routine look like?
In schools around the world, do they still teach art and music courses?
It is expected that when you join a band you will learn music. However, there was a time in some elementary and middle schools you had a certain part of class room time to learn about the basic skills of playing a flute.
The same went for art.
It was not until high school you had to start picking specialized courses if you ever wanted to exercise your creative flow in that way during school hours.

The above is a conversational piece with a coffee shop vibe. As you know, conversations by their very nature are meant to be enjoyed. Conversations do not turn into arguments when there is the spirit of enjoying each other’s company.
Some of us have and will continue to enjoy our discussions over art, literature, and music.

Art and Music Journey

Did you know this about art?

There are three classical branches of Art

I hope these interesting facts will show you what is innately known. That the mind can imaginatively see art in everything and make it materialize literally overtime.
Observe the skills required to proficiently create the following branches of art on a professional or occupational level.

Paintings

Shown in office buildings, restaurants, and homes. The owners of these establishments are dressing up their walls to be inviting and warm to set the tone of the environment. The environment is just as important to understanding what the prospective and perceptive clients are looking for; as well as their personality input. For example, a farmer will probably pass over placing huge buildings to decorate the walls in his home. However, an entrepreneur with dreams of owning a building that size just might say “Exactly what I was looking for!” All the while, you will peak the farmer’s interest with people smiling, lakes, and camping scenes. Do you have such skills with a paint brush?

Sculptures

Are 3 dimensional carvings made into stone, wood, and casting metal. It takes a precision of accuracy and patience IMHO like no other in the arts. It is not an easy thing to recover from the mistakes made and can be quite costly. To this day, Michelangelo (see Sistine Chapel) , has to be one of the most renowned Italian sculptures of all time. Though he was commissioned by Pope Julius II to paint the Sistine Chapel, he made clear in history that he is a sculptor more than a painter. Imagine that? All the same, how did this man create all these stone gems to perfection? He possessed the skills of precision accuracy and patience. Do you have such skills?

Architecture

As referenced with the Sistine Chapel, the paintings on the ceiling walls, people travel from all over the world to see them; the architectural structure is no less aesthetically studied in history books from the renaissance period. Do you understand the art and engineering behind designing such buildings?

Then we have the animating performing arts! Often the ones who are not as skilled with stylus tools can find their place in music and theater. This is to make you aware everyone can find their place in exercising creativity. Have you experienced the joy of creating music or dance?

Speaking of Music

In part two of this article we will explore a couple of instruments and thoughts on music. It has been said more than once by this writer, music is one of life’s pleasures. Really, there are many you will tell you it makes life worth living through the good and tough times! Do you agree? I’m confident that the students visiting this website are in agreement with that last sentence.

So by all means please share this article on your social media accounts and with close friends.
I’m pleased you are enjoying the Product of Culture aka pocbooks.com website & podcast.

Featured Musician Julijana Sarac

PerceptiveReaders · Enliven By Julijana Sarac In Love Commentary

A Poem with the flavor of art

But first, you will also want to check out the product of culture artist pick website:

Seeing beauty at times takes a trained eye.
It is more than just looking up at the sky.
Some can take the easy way out by repeating what everyone has said before.
But in order to be original the ability to see beauty has to go beyond the surface of the door.
The face is just a shield.
What’s inside happens to be the true yield.
It often takes insight and training to see beyond such borders to not go along with the established order.
You don’t have to wait until you are older.
Young in age too can find beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Art and Music Journey in The Mind Thanks for Caring and Sharing.