The novel is separated into four narratives. It played a role in William Faulkner's receiving the 1949 Nobel Prize in Literature. Dilsey's entry, the final in the appendix, consists of two words: "They endured.". As part of the Golden Sound Story Series. She will act as the governess to the seven children of a widower, Austro-Hungarian Navy submarine Captain Georg von Trapp. Maslon, Laurence, with a foreword by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The book was released in 1993. "Rachael's happy to go her own way", Official season programmes of the Volksoper Wien, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08. In Salzburg, Austria, just before World War II, nuns from Nonnberg Abbey sing the Dixit Dominus. The label has also issued the soundtrack in German, Italian, Spanish and French editions. Tormented by his conflicting thoughts and emotions, Quentin commits suicide by drowning. Maria sings "The Lonely Goatherd" to distract them. [65], Columbia Masterworks recorded the original Broadway cast album a week after the show's 1959 opening. The Sound is a Dove Award Nominated band comprised of Rob Mills and his two sons, Levi and Jacob. Jason slaps Luster, turns the carriage around, and, in an attempt to quiet Benjy, hits Benjy, breaking his flower stalk, while screaming "Shut up!" Originally Faulkner meant to use different colored inks to signify chronological breaks. [5], In 2012, The Folio Society released an edition, limited to 1,480 copies, of The Sound and the Fury. Dilsey is mistreated and abused, but nevertheless remains loyal. Even worse, the arrogant Buzz thinks he's a real spaceman on a mission to return to his home planet. That struts and frets his hour upon the stage In some productions, "My Favorite Things" follows "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" in the thunderstorm scene, while "The Lonely Goatherd" is shifted to the concert scene. Make your stories stand out with Sound Story! It starred Lourdes Robles as Maria and Braulio Castillo as Captain Von Trapp, with Dagmar as Elsa. [citation needed] The 1961 London production was recorded by EMI and released on the HMV label and later re-issued on CD in 1997, on the Broadway Angel label. It employs several narrative styles, including stream of consciousness. The production was directed by Charles Hickman, with musical numbers staged by Ernest Parham. The real Georg von Trapp did live with his family in a villa in Aigen, a suburb of Salzburg. The novel centers on the Compson family, former Southern aristocrats who are struggling to deal with the dissolution of their family and its reputation. Pitch changes according to the size of the edit; the larger the edit, the deeper the note. April 8, 1928, is Easter Sunday. He teaches her their individual signals on the call, but she openly disapproves of this militaristic approach. Moreover, Benjy's caretaker changes to indicate the time period: Luster in the present, T.P. It was released on CD for the first time in 2010 by the UK label Pet Sounds and included two bonus tracks from the original single issued by Epic to promote the production. [47], A brief South Korean production played in 2014,[48] as did a South African production at the Artscape in Cape Town and at the Teatro at Montecasino based on Lloyd Webber and Ian's London Palladium production. A touring company then played for years, with Vanessa Lee (Graves' wife) in the role of Maria. The Sound of Drums was the twelfth and penultimate episode of series 3 of Doctor Who.. According to the cast album database, there are 62 recordings of the score that have been issued over the years. When one of them calls for his golf caddie, Benjy's mind embarks on a whirlwind course of memories of his sister, Caddy, focusing on one critical scene. Quentin tells his father that they have committed incest, but his father knows that he is lying: "and he did you try to make her do it and i i was afraid to i was afraid she might and then it wouldn't do any good" (112). "As ITV prepares for the Sound of Music Live, are we watching TV's future? [17] It then toured in North America. It is nearly unanimously considered a masterpiece by literary critics and scholars, but its unconventional narrative style frequently alienates new readers. The Sound and the Fury is a novel by the American author William Faulkner. It employs several narrative styles, including stream of consciousness. [73] The 2006 London revival was recorded and has been released on the Decca Broadway label. In the climactic scene of “The Sound of Music,” the von Trapps flee Salzburg, Austria, under the cover of night and hike across the surrounding mountains to safety in Switzerland. The director was Vincent J. Donehue, and the choreographer was Joe Layton. The musical premiered in London's West End at the Palace Theatre on May 18, 1961, and ran for 2,385 performances. After Garrett left, Margaret Preece took the role. The original Broadway production, starring Mary Martin and Theodore Bikel, opened in 1959[1] and won five Tony Awards, including Best Musical, out of nine nominations. in Benjy's teenage years, and Versh during Benjy's infancy and childhood. In his mind, he feels a need to take responsibility for Caddy's sin. Sources: IBDB and Guidetomusicaltheatre.com[7], The Sound of Music premiered at New Haven's Shubert Theatre where it played an eight-performance tryout in October and November 1959 before another short tryout in Boston. It is the first album to feature Eric Bass and Zach Myers and the only album to feature Nick Perri and the band as a five piece. The first Australian production opened at Melbourne's Princess Theatre in 1961 and ran for three years. The original cast included Mary Martin as Maria, Theodore Bikel as Captain Georg von Trapp, Patricia Neway as Mother Abbess, Kurt Kasznar as Max Detweiler, Marion Marlowe as Elsa Schräder, Brian Davies as Rolf and Lauri Peters as Liesl. It also featured Patti Cohenour as Mother Abbess, Jan Maxwell as Elsa Schrader, Fred Applegate as Max Detweiler, Dashiell Eaves as Rolf, Patricia Conolly as Frau Schmidt and Laura Benanti, in her Broadway debut, as Luker's understudy. She featured the song on her TV show, The Patti Page Olds Show, helping to popularize the musical. She returns late to the abbey where the Mother Abbess and the other nuns have been considering what to do about the free-spirit ("Maria"). It is a refreshing activity. [45][46] It starred Charlotte Wakefield as Maria, with Michael Xavier as Captain von Trapp and Caroline Keiff as Elsa. The original cast included Connie Fisher as Maria, Michael Praed as Captain von Trapp and Margaret Preece as the Mother Abbess. When he announces that the first prize goes to the von Trapps and they do not appear, the Nazis start a search. Over the course of the 30 years or so related in the novel, the family falls into financial ruin, loses its religious faith and the respect of the town of Jefferson, and many of them die tragically. The presence of italics in Benjy's section indicates significant shifts in the narrative. In early 2007, Fisher suffered from a heavy cold that prevented her from performing for two weeks. Marshall, Alexander J., III. Its main facilities are located at John Lasseter's Toy Story Stock in California. Shortly before Quentin leaves for Harvard in the fall of 1909, Caddy becomes pregnant by a lover she is unable to identify, perhaps Dalton Ames, whom Quentin confronts. Elsa asks the Captain to allow the children to say goodnight to the guests with a song, "So Long, Farewell". The Captain and Maria return early from their honeymoon before the Festival. The cast included Jean Bayless as Maria, followed by Sonia Rees, Roger Dann as Captain von Trapp, Constance Shacklock as Mother Abbess, Eunice Gayson as Elsa Schrader, Harold Kasket as Max Detweiler, Barbara Brown as Liesl, Nicholas Bennett as Rolf and Olive Gilbert as Sister Margaretta.[13]. Elicia MacKenzie won[39] and played the role six times a week, while the runner-up in the TV show, Janna Polzin, played Maria twice a week. Kirsty Malpass was the alternate Maria. Out, out, brief candle! [16] "My Favorite Things" had a similar context to the film version, while the short verse "A Bell is No Bell" was extended into a full-length song for Maria and the Mother Abbess. His wife had died in 1922. [55][56] A 2016 Australian tour of the Lloyd Webber production, directed by Sams, included stops in Sydney,[57] Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide. In the third section, set a day before the first, on April 6, 1928, Faulkner writes from the point of view of Jason, Quentin's cynical younger brother. She, with the help of her grandson Luster, cares for Benjy, as she takes him to church and tries to bring him to salvation. Storyline Woody (Tom Hanks), a good-hearted cowboy doll who belongs to a young boy named Andy (John Morris), sees his position as Andy's favorite toy jeopardized when his parents buy him a Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) action figure. Formed in 2017, this new trio is bringing the Nashville sound to christian music. Luster, albeit begrudgingly, shows concern for him occasionally, but usually out of obligation. Barclay, Alison. In 1945, Faulkner wrote a "Compson Appendix" to be included with future printings of The Sound and the Fury. [4] To make the story more dramatic, Lindsay and Crouse had the family, soon after Maria's and the Captain's wedding, escape over the mountains to Switzerland on foot. At the abbey, Maria says that she is ready to take her monastic vows; but the Mother Abbess realizes that she is running away from her feelings. At the concert, after the von Trapps sing an elaborate reprise of "Do-Re-Mi", Max brings out the Captain's guitar. Of the three brothers' sections, Jason's is the most straightforward, reflecting his single-minded desire for material wealth. To the last syllable of recorded time, Luster, disregarding Benjy's set routine, drives the wrong way around a monument. Bikel and Kasznar were nominated for acting awards, and Donehue was nominated for his direction. According to The Folio Society, "We can never know if this [edition] is exactly what Faulkner would have envisaged, but the result justifies his belief that coloured inks would allow readers to follow the strands of the novel more easily, without compromising the ‘thought-transference’ for which he argued so passionately. The Captain gives a party to introduce Elsa, and guests argue over the Nazi German Anschluss (annexation) of Austria. Because of the complexity of this section, it is often the one most extensively studied by scholars of the novel. Irani recognised the importance that sound would have on the cinema, and raced to complete Alam Ara before several contemporary sound films. He explains that the German Navy holds him in high regard, offers him the commission, and tells him to report immediately to Bremerhaven to assume command. "Lisa can sing for her supper of marshmallows". He thinks sadly of the downfall and squalor of the South after the American Civil War. The Sound Story is a Malayalam drama movie, directed by Prasad Prabhakaran. SKYWALKER LASER BLAST SOUND (Heard once in a SFX cluster as Buzz flies from an explosion, which's slightly higher pitched.) Richard Watts, Jr. of the New York Post stated that the show had "strangely gentle charm that is wonderfully endearing. They’re bold, fresh, excited, and talented. The Sound of Music strives for nothing in the way of smash effects, substituting instead a kind of gracious and unpretentious simplicity. Unlike the entries for the Compsons themselves, which are lengthy, detailed, and told with an omniscient narrative perspective, the servants' entries are simple and succinct. Lindsay and Crouse altered the story so that Maria was governess to all of the children, whose names and ages were changed, as was Maria's original surname (the show used "Rainer" instead of "Kutschera"). Other notable cast members included Helen Anker, John Bennett and Martina Grant. The Mother Abbess joins her in song ("My Favorite Things"). Disney's Animated Storybook: Toy Story is a Disney Interactive Game from 1996. He goes so far as to blackmail Caddy into making him Miss Quentin's sole guardian, then uses that role to steal the support payments that Caddy sends for her daughter. [67] In 1959, singer Patti Page recorded the title song from the show for Mercury Records[68] on the day that the musical opened on Broadway. W ork in small groups of 4 – 6. Quentin's idea of incest is shaped by the idea that, if they "could just have done something so dreadful that they would have fled hell except us" (51), he could protect his sister by joining her in whatever punishment she might have to endure. The cast included Sandra Pires as Maria, Kurt Schreibmayer and Michael Kraus as von Trapp, with Heidi Brunner as Mother Abbess. SourceAudio Barney & Friends Blue's Clues Crashbox (used … [38], Andrew Lloyd Webber, David Ian and David Mirvish presented The Sound of Music at the Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto from 2008 to 2010. They march in, clad in uniforms. To prevent further disruptions, an alternate Maria, Aoife Mulholland, a fellow contestant on How Do You Solve a Problem like Maria?, played Maria on Monday evenings and Wednesday matinee performances. "[65] Walter Kerr's review in the New York Herald Tribune was unfavorable: "Before The Sound of Music is halfway through its promising chores it becomes not only too sweet for words but almost too sweet for music", stating that the "evening suffer(s) from little children". It is also revealed that Jason had himself declared Benjy's legal guardian many years ago, without their mother's knowledge, and used this status to have Benjy castrated. [61] The production was released on DVD the same month. A live televised production of the musical aired twice in December 2013 on NBC. They kiss, and he runs off, leaving her squealing with joy. 1 Sound Effect Description 2 Clean, Full Length and Unedited Link to the Sound Effect 3 Used In 3.1 TV Shows 3.2 Movies 3.3 Shorts 3.4 Video Games 3.5 Anime 4 Image Gallery 5 Audio Samples Funny, Short Nose Blows or Horn Honks (Bulb Horn). After viewing The Trapp Family, a 1956 West German film about the von Trapp family, and its 1958 sequel (Die Trapp-Familie in Amerika), stage director Vincent J. Donehue thought that the project would be perfect for his friend Mary Martin; Broadway producers Leland Hayward and Richard Halliday (Martin's husband) agreed. The family discovers that Miss Quentin has run away in the middle of the night with a carnival worker, having found the hidden collection of cash in Jason's closet and taken both her money (the support from Caddy, which Jason had stolen) and her money-obsessed uncle's life savings. Jason calls the police and tells them that his money has been stolen, but since it would mean admitting embezzling Quentin's money he doesn't press the issue. The tour ran until July 2017. Often referred to as Quentin II or Miss Quentin by readers to distinguish her from her uncle, for whom she was named. [65], Brooks Atkinson of The New York Times gave a mixed assessment. Benjy's section is characterized by a highly disjointed narrative style with frequent chronological leaps. On this Easter Sunday, Dilsey takes her family and Benjy to the "colored" church. In 1945, Faulkner wrote an appendix to the novel to be published in the then-forthcoming anthology The Portable Faulkner. It starred Kara Tointon as Maria, Julian Ovenden as Captain von Trapp, Katherine Kelly as Baroness Schraeder and Alexander Armstrong as Max. It is based on the 1949 memoir of Maria von Trapp, The Story of the Trapp Family Singers. Elsa is suspicious of her until she explains that she will be returning to the abbey in September. Like the first section, its narrative is not strictly linear, though the two interweaving threads, of Quentin at Harvard on the one hand, and of his memories on the other, are clearly discernible. An observer of the Compson family's destruction. Benjy's eyes are "empty and blue and serene again.". Since von Trapp opposed the Nazis by that time, the family left Austria after the Anschluss, going by train to Italy and then traveling on to London and the United States. Next, the group decides on a sequence in which these sounds are made and practices it. The Nazis leave, and the von Trapps flee over the Alps as the nuns reprise "Climb Ev'ry Mountain". von Trapp, Kyla Carter as Gretl von Trapp and Ashley Brown as Mother Abess. Although the vocabulary is generally basic, the stream-of-consciousness technique, which attempts to transcribe the thoughts of the narrators directly, with frequent switches in time and setting and with loose sentence structure and grammar, has made it a quintessentially difficult work. The production has received warm reviews. The groups are asked to come up with a selection of random sounds – with each member making one vocalised sound. Green circles show edits from unregistered contributors, and purple circles mark edits performed by automated bots. The Ink of Melancholy: Faulkner's Novels from, Bleikasten, André. He and Maria dance until they come face-to-face; and she breaks away, embarrassed and confused. It contains a 30-page history of the Compson family from 1699 to 1945.[3]. There are currently around 30 hand-picked, audio-related blogs from all over the world in the network, and it continues to grow. Many songs from the musical have become standards, such as "Edelweiss", "My Favorite Things", "Climb Ev'ry Mountain", "Do-Re-Mi", and the title song "The Sound of Music". The appendix concludes with an accounting for the black family who worked as servants to the Compsons. She falls in love with the children, and eventually their widowed father, Captain von Trapp. The third section is narrated by Jason, the third child and his mother Caroline's favorite. It was produced and directed by Robert Wise with the screenplay adaptation written by Ernest Lehman. The talent show was produced by (and starred) Andrew Lloyd Webber and featured presenter/comedian Graham Norton and a judging panel of David Ian, John Barrowman and Zoe Tyler. Maria arrives at the villa of Captain von Trapp. The first, April 7, 1928, is written from the perspective of Benjamin "Benjy" Compson, an intellectually disabled 33-year-old man. However, he said, the libretto "has the hackneyed look of the musical theatre replaced with Oklahoma! Theodore Bikel was not satisfied playing the role of the Captain, because of the role's limited singing,[citation needed] and Bikel did not like to play the same role over and over again. Rolf comes upon them and calls his lieutenant, but after seeing Liesl he changes his mind and tells him they aren't there. The Sound of Music is a musical with music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, and a book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Henderson was succeeded by Barbara Meister in June 1962. Blake Allison from Devour the Day: The Sound and The Story (Short) by FRET12. As they marry, the nuns reprise "Maria" against the wedding processional. She tells him that they need him to love them, and he angrily orders her back to the abbey. Thus, these time shifts can often be jarring and confusing, and require particularly close reading. 1 Summary 2 Theme Song Intro 3 Sound Effects Used 4 Image Gallery 5 Audio Samples Belle from Beauty and the Beastowns and manages the bookshop in the village. An Andrew Lloyd Webber production opened on November 15, 2006, at the London Palladium and ran until February 2009, produced by Live Nation's David Ian and Jeremy Sams. 11:40. Videos - Sound Story Part 1. It is based on the 1949 memoir of Maria von Trapp, The Story of the Trapp Family Singers. 12:17. 198 likes. The role of Maria was chosen by the public through a television show, How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?, which was produced by Lloyd Webber and Ian and aired in mid-2008. For the film, see, August 1962 PLAYBILL from the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. It was #1 on Billboard's best-selling albums chart for 16 weeks in 1960. Has been embezzling Miss Quentin's support payments for years. "Head for the hills; Stage". In the fourth and final section, set a day after the first, on April 8, 1928, Faulkner introduces a third person omniscient point of view. In her old age she has become an abusive hypochondriac. [63][64], Most reviews of the original Broadway production were favorable. He and Maria decide on a plan to flee Austria with the children. [36] In 2010, the production was given in Paris, France, with dialogue in French and the songs in English. Quentin, the most intelligent of the Compson children, gives the novel's best example of Faulkner's narrative technique. Story: Oscar-winning sound designer Resul Pookutty who comes to Thrissur to fulfil his dream of recording the sounds of the pooram, finds it hard to explain to the businessman who bankrolls the project about work ethics and his passion for the project. The Sound of Music was the last musical written by Rodgers and Hammerstein; Oscar Hammerstein died of stomach cancer nine months after the Broadway premiere. [49] A production (in Thai: มนต์รักเพลงสวรรค์) ran at Muangthai ratchadalai Theatre, Bangkok, Thailand, in April 2015 in the Thai language. The cast included June Bronhill as Maria, Peter Graves as Captain von Trapp and Rosina Raisbeck as Mother Abbess. I will be adding videos for Part 2 of the sounds story as time permits. Significantly, he calls her "sister" and spends much of the day trying to communicate with her, and to care for her by finding her home, to no avail. † Sometimes replaced by "Something Good", which was written for the film version. It was directed by Martin Connor and starred Lucy O'Byrne as Maria. [citation needed] The same year, a Spanish language translation opened at Teatro de la Universidad in San Juan, under the direction of Edgar García. ", "ITV To Mount 'The Sound Of Music Live!' Lou Taylor Pucci made his Broadway debut as the understudy for Kurt von Trapp. On a limited supply of HP (fuel), the player has to explore various islands and collect four jewels while engaging in battles with the airships of the Palamecian Empire. Jon Voight, who eventually married co-star Lauri Peters, was a replacement for Rolf. [53] Kerstin Anderson played Maria, with Ben Davis as Capt. Small groups tell or perform a story which incorporates random sounds. Polk, Noel. Director Susan H. Schulman staged the first Broadway revival of The Sound of Music, with Rebecca Luker as Maria and Michael Siberry as Captain von Trapp. For many, it is as natural as breathing is to lungs. [16] The recording "includes both the two new songs written for the film version and the three Broadway songs they replace, as well as a previously unrecorded verse of "An Ordinary Couple"". "[65] The New York World-Telegram and Sun pronounced The Sound of Music "the loveliest musical imaginable. [76], This article is about the stage musical. Meet Rebecca; Rebecca and Ana; Candlelight for Rebecca; Changes and Added Transitions Patricia Brooks, June Card and Tatiana Troyanos were ensemble members in the original production. Max is amazed at their talent and wants them for the Kaltzberg Festival, which he is organizing. Set in Austria on the eve of the Anschluss in 1938, the musical tells the story of Maria, who takes a job as governess to a large family while she decides whether to become a nun. Luster turns around to look at Benjy and sees Benjy holding his drooping flower. See more ideas about music classroom, teaching music, elementary music. While Maria and the Captain are on their honeymoon, Max prepares the children to perform at the Kaltzberg Festival. Max teaches the children how to sing on stage. Dilsey Gibson – the matriarch of the servant family, which includes her three children—Versh, Frony, and T.P.—and her grandchild Luster (Frony's son); they serve as Benjamin's caretakers throughout his life. [45] In 2014, the show was nominated for Best Musical Revival at the Laurence Olivier Awards and Wakefield was nominated for Best Actress in a Musical. Jason Compson IV – the bitter, openly racist third child who is troubled by monetary debt and sexual frustration. In particular, the appendix reveals that Caroline Compson died in 1933, upon which Jason had Benjy committed to the state asylum, fired the black servants, sold the last of the Compson land, and moved into an apartment above his farming supply store. A production ran at the Ópera-Citi theater in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2011. ", "ละครเวที'มนตร์รักเพลงสวรรค์ The sound of music, "Bangkok Is Alive with the Sound of Music". [citation needed] RCA Victor also released an album of the 1998 Broadway revival produced by Hallmark Entertainment and featuring the full revival cast, including Rebecca Luker, Michael Siberry, Jan Maxwell and Fred Applegate. Also in this novel, Faulkner uses italics to indicate points in each section where the narrative is moving into a significant moment in the past. Immediately obvious is the notion of a "tale told by an idiot," in this case Benjy, whose view of the Compsons' story opens the novel. Alam Ara debuted at the Majestic Cinema in Mumbai (then Bombay) on 14 March 1931. In his autobiography, he writes: "I promised myself then that if I could afford it, I would never do a run as long as that again. For instance, he meets a small Italian immigrant girl who speaks no English. SKYWALKER LIGHTSABER SOUND (hums of it are used when Buzz feels through a set-up hologram) SKYWALKER, METAL - AT-AT LEG ROAR (Heard once in a very high pitch.) Maria and the children leapfrog in, wearing play-clothes that she made from the old drapes in her room. The production opened on March 12, 1998, at the Martin Beck Theatre, and closed on June 20, 1999, after 533 performances. The revival received enthusiastic reviews, especially for Fisher, Preece, Bould and Garrett. Martha Wright replaced Martin in the role of Maria on Broadway in October 1961, followed by Karen Gantz in July 1962, Jeannie Carson in August 1962[11] and Nancy Dussault in September 1962. Maria says that he cannot leave immediately, as they are all singing in the Festival concert; and the Admiral agrees to wait. They try to cheer themselves up by singing "My Favorite Things" but are unsuccessful until they hear Maria singing on her way to rejoin them. This is Benjy's first memory, and he associates Caddy with trees throughout the rest of his arc, often saying that she smells like trees. Miss Quentin Compson – daughter of Caddy who goes to live with the Compsons when Herbert divorces Caddy. The lead roles went to opera stars: Frederica von Stade as Maria, Håkan Hagegård as Captain von Trapp, and Eileen Farrell as the Mother Abbess. Max then announces the runners-up, stalling as much as possible. Matt and Corey from Trivium: The Sound and The Story (Short - Part One) by FRET12. Bleikasten, André. The Sound and the Fury is a widely influential work of literature. Caroline Bascomb Compson – wife of Jason Compson III: a self-absorbed neurotic who has never shown affection for any of her children except Jason, whom she seems to like only because he takes after her side of the family. Has an almost animal-like "sixth sense" about people, as he was able to tell that Caddy had lost her virginity just from her smell. But it was soon agreed that the project should feature all new songs and be a musical rather than a play.[3]. [24] In the 1993 Stockholm production, Carola Häggkvist played Maria and Tommy Körberg played Captain von Trapp. Details of the history of the von Trapp family were altered for the musical. This is the first section that is narrated in a linear fashion. In addition, it is viewed as an essential development in the stream-of-consciousness literary technique. The family hides at the Abbey, and Sister Margaretta tells them that the borders have been closed. As of 2021, the production was still in the repertoire of the Volksoper with 12–20 performances per season. Plot Summary | Add Synopsis Max Detweiler, Captain von Trapp's friend, a music agent and producer, Rolf Gruber, the 17-year-old Nazi delivery boy who is in love with Liesl, Sister Margareta, the Mistress of Postulants, Frau Schmidt, Captain von Trapp's housekeeper, Ensemble includes nuns, high-society neighbors of Captain von Trapp who attend the ball thrown in Elsa's honor, Nazi soldiers and contestants in the festival concert. This section also gives us the clearest image of domestic life in the Compson household, which for Jason and the servants means the care of the hypochondriac Caroline and of Benjy. While the judges decide on the prizes, the von Trapps sing "So Long, Farewell", leaving the stage in small groups. Having been written sixteen years after The Sound and the Fury, the appendix presents some textual differences from the novel, but serves to clarify the novel's opaque story. 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