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Sunday,

Bloody sunday

A presentation of

the protest song by U2

index

1. Presentation of the song

2. Historical context

3. ANALYSIS OF THE SONG

4. Our opinion

1) Presentation

of the song

Presentation

Extract :

- Song by John Lennon and Yoko Ono

- Written in 1972

- Reinterpreted by U2 in 1982

- Commemorate the events of the
Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland


2) Historical

context

Of the events

Timeline

Discriminations

against
Catholics

1969

july 8

1971

1960's

BOgside

battle

Apprentice
boys
of
derry

Death of 2

rioters
killed by
police

1971

August 9

Operation

demetrius

1972

January 30

Pacific

demonstration
against
opertaion demetrius

Bloody sunday
events

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3) Analysis

Of the song

Analysis of the song


- music for peace and not violence

-first verse : tone is disillusioned: is peace possible ?

- second verse : the tone hardens: Bono describes a battlefield and he shouts his anger

- third verse Bono castigates the media that trivialize violence and make therefore difficult to discern between fiction and reality.

-It's a rondeau: 3 verses, a chorus plus an instrumental intro and a solo

- shock sentences : - ,I can't believe the news to day'

- ,how long must we sing this song'

- ,we can be as one'

- choice of the style : ROCK: music of revolt

Our opinion

ON the song

Our opinion on the song

-

-music that tells the horrors of bloody sunday

- We choose this song because it is a very famous one ( John Lenon and U2)

-We think that this song is the definition of a protest song because it denounce an horrifing event

-This song contributed to calm a little bit the tensions between catholics and protestants

- When we listened it we really liked it

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