Flower girl song. Sending flowers in germany.
Flower Girl Song
- A young girl who carries flowers or scatters them in front of the bride at a wedding; a child bridesmaid
- A woman or girl who sells flowers, esp. in the street
- a woman who sells flowers in the street
- a young girl who carries flowers in a (wedding) procession
- Wedding ceremony participants, also referred to as the wedding party are the people that participate directly in the wedding ceremony itself.
- A short poem or other set of words set to music or meant to be sung
- A musical composition suggestive of a song
- a short musical composition with words; "a successful musical must have at least three good songs"
- a distinctive or characteristic sound; "the song of bullets was in the air"; "the song of the wind"; "the wheels sang their song as the train rocketed ahead"
- the act of singing; "with a shout and a song they marched up to the gates"
- Singing or vocal music
flower girl song - Flower Drum
Flower Drum Song
Nominated for 5 Academy Awards, including Best Music, this romantic comedy tells the story of a young Chinese girl who travels to the United States as part of an arranged marriage and discovers a new and modern world. Featuring an all-new digitally remastered picture, 5.1 Surround Sound, never-before-seen bonus materials, and timeless musical numbers such as "I Enjoy Being a Girl," Flower Drum Song is a lavish song and dance extravaganza. Starring: Nancy Kwan, Miyoshi Umeki, James Shigeta Directed by: Henry Koster
Rodgers and Hammerstein made BIG musicals--sweeping song and dance numbers, elaborate stagings, sweet heroines, and love struck but confused heroes. Flower Drum Song has all these elements, so why is it so little known? Perhaps because it had the misfortune to be released the same year (1961) as West Side Story, or maybe because at 133 minutes it's overlong, or did the audience have trouble accepting an all-Asian cast in an Asian-themed musical? Whatever the reasons, it's time to recognize Flower Drum Song for the gem it is.
Picture bride Mei Li (Miyoshi Umeki) and her father arrive in San Francisco, having smuggled themselves into the country so Mei Li can marry nightclub owner Sammy Fong (whose mother arranged the whole deal). Mei Li is fascinated by the city and immediately charms its denizens with a delicate rendition of "One Hundred Million Miracles." Fong (Jack Soo), who is having an affair with his star singer, the sexy and scheming Linda Low (Nancy Kwan), pawns Mei Li off on the Wang family, whose eldest son, Ta (James Shigeta), needs a wife (at least that's what his father has decided). Old Chinese culture and new American ideals clash at every turn, with the elders struggling to understand their Americanized children and the children struggling to accept and honor their heritage. Though the movie is dated in some respects, the theme of assimilation vs. separation holds up remarkably well and rings true. "The Other Generation" beautifully illustrates the generation gap.
As this is a romantic musical, you know from the beginning which couples will end up together. The most famous song is "I Enjoy Being a Girl," sung by Linda Low as she dresses to seduce Wang Ta. Though too many triangulations and misunderstandings prolong the inevitable conclusion, Flower Drum Song is a very enjoyable and often funny ride. --Dana Van Nest
Itsy Bitsy Yellow Flowers: Girl Lithe & Tawny
Girl lithe & tawny, the sun that forms the fruits, that plumps the grains, that curls seaweeds filled your body with joy, and your luminous eyes and your mouth that has the smile of the water. A black yearning sun is braided into the strands of your black mane, when you stretch your arms. You play with the sun as with a little brook and it leaves two dark pools in your eyes. Girl lithe and tawny, nothing draws me towards you. Everything bears me farther away, as though you were noon. You are the frenzied youth of the bee, the drunkenness of the wave, the power of the wheat-ear. My sombre heart searches for you, nevertheless, and I love your joyful body, your slender and flowing voice. Dark butterfly, sweet and definitive like the wheat-field and the sun, the poppy and the water. ~ Pablo Neruda, "Girl Lithe & Tawny" Dedicated to Sonia K. Try clicking on "All Sizes" to see just how lithe & tawny she is.
Flowers on my head II
song: Girls - Lust for life Thanks to Xavier and Grant to make all the work in my hair! :D I was shy that day. There were a lot of people walking in front of us... Hahaha. The best was when the gardeners came and started to laugh :) I wish I could do it with better image correction, but this will be for the next one :)
flower girl song
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