Thus, such aleatoric counterpoint produces a special type of sound mass in which the full chromatic spectrum is not covered. Rather than a tone cluster, listeners can hear the twelve-tone chords as a symmetrically spaced chord. (Roig-Francoli 2008, 287–91)
L.E.J. L.E.J, short for Lucie, Élisa and Juliette, sometimes Elijay, are three young French students and vocalists who condensed numerous top songs from the summer of 2015 into a mashup performance. Their music is based on classical and world music, described by MTV reviewer Joseph Lamour as eclectic.
In smaller venues were classes for piano, violin, cello and choral singing. Teachers of the conservatoire came from Vienna, Dresden, Regensburg, Prague, Rome, Moscow and Warsaw, classes comprised Germans and Poles.
Raymond Blair and Tom Carson were best by appearing in every one of these matches. Graeme Sinclair was selected to play for Scotland in a ‘semi-pro’ international tournament involving teams from England, Holland and Italy.
In 2009, Kempson moved to Port Elizabeth to join Solomons’ coaching staff at the, where he was also appointed the manager of their newly-established academy in 2010. Kempson remained in his role as Academy Director over the next few years, also coaching the side in the 2011, 2012 and 2013 Under-21 Provincial Championships and the in the 2014 and 2015 Varsity Cup Young Guns competitions.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic picked the track as one of the album’s highlights, noting that it was a fruitful partnership with producer Max Martin and his colleague Ilya. Jamieson Cox of The Verge stated that it might be the catchiest song cut from the album to date, adding: You can thank or blame pop god Max Martin and his cabal of songwriters for those razor-sharp disco synths.