nges between the men mirror this storm imagery. The singers did a particularly good job during this part of the song as they articulated the lyrics quite distinctly and added to the mood of the lyrics by mirroring them in their body language and tone. When Neville sings he “longed for the day, she’d turn and see me standing there”, we know he really longed for Lily, even if it was an objectification of her. Archibald’s tone is just as enhancing, and I liked how the singer had an ironic mocking tone that was sad and poignant as well when he sang the line “Imagine me a lover.” The song comes to a beautiful close, which shows its well-crafted construction, because the two singers sing simultaneously the same exact lyrics, which further serves to reinforce the dilemma of two men being in love with the same women, both recognizing traces of her love in the eyes of a young girl.
The piano player was Oksana Protenic and she did a beautiful job on the accompaniment. In the beginning of the song the piano is softly played and melodious, like the “resting storm” in the lyrics. However, the lyrics also question when the storm will “strike” again. As the emotions of the two men become more stormy, so, too, does the tempo of the piano. It perfectly accentuated the singers and the mood of the song but it was never overpowering enough to take the accent off the lyrics, mood or voices of the singers. What was unique about observing the