sound track for Macbeth

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  • Act one scene three

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OV61OJIY4Mk Macbeth and Banquo meet the witches for the first time. The witches prophesize that Mabeth will become king and Banquo's descendants will be kings. This song relates to the scene because the music and unpredictable. Macbeth doesn't know whether he will be king now or in the future. It is mysterious music because this is the changing point of the play because now Macbeth is getting information he'll be king.
  • Act one scene four lines 11 - 14

    Beyonce LyricsLyrics: Beautiful liar by Beyonce and Shakira Analysis:
    This song relates Act-S-4-L-11 how shakira and beyonce were betrayed by their lover just like king Duncan was betrayed by Macdonald. Macdonald was trusted by the king but he switched side to the rebels against King Duncan. In line 11 Duncan says that “he was a gentle man on whom I built an absolute trust”. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaredX-VHEc
  • Act two scene three line 68

    Ring the alarm by BeyonceAnalysis:
    This song matches the scene because in line 68 MacDuffyells “Ring the alarm bell!” Duncan has just been killed so this song would play as soon as MacDuff says that. This song also represents what Macbeth is thinking in this scene. Beyonce doesn’t want her man to have another girlfriend, and Macbeth doesn’t want Malcolm or Donalbain to have the throne. Beyonce says ‘she gon’ profit everything I taught if I let you go’. If Macbeth isn’t careful, Duncan’s sons will profit from Macbeth’
  • Act two Scene three line 131

  • Act 3 Scene 3 – Line 19 and Act 3 Scene 4 Line 60

    Bad by MJ
    Analysis:
    The murderers are killing Banquo on behalf of Macbeth. The song relates to Macbeth forcing the murderers to kill Banquo. Both the murderers and Macbeth are ‘bad’ in this scene. In the next scene, Macbeth is having a banquet when suddenly he sees Banquo’s ghost sitting in a chair. He freaks out and the song plays when he is freaking out.
  • Act three scene one

    Amnesia by Ian carey This scene begins with Macbeth talking to the two murderers about killing Banquo. Macbeth questions the murderers manlihood and compares them to different types of dogs. The song relates to the scene because Macbeth later acts like has 'amnesia' when he sees Banquo's ghost. He acted like he forgot that he killed Banquo. He was scared and freaked out.
  • Act four Scene two line 44

    Bad romance bay Lady Gaga
    Analysis:
    This song relates to MacDuff and his relationship with Lady Macduff who disappeared to England. Lady MacDuff is angry that her husband left her and her son. In Line 44, her son asks if his father is a traitor, and Lady MacDuff says yes. She says traitors lie and MacDuff didn’t tell her that he went to England. MacDuff and Lady MacDuff have a bad romance. Lady Gaga has a line where she says ‘caugh
  • End of Act four scene two

    Black Hawk Down Instrumental Music
    Analysis:
    This song will play when Lady MacDuff is killed. When the messenger arrives to warn her, she doesn’t listen and she is killed. The mood of the song is depressing and sad and the mood goes up and down. It fits perfectly with Lady MacDuff dying for reasons that are not justifiable.
  • Act five scene one

    I need a Doctor by Eminem One of Lady Macbeth's maids suggests that she go to the doctor. She observes that Lady Macbeth takes paper, writes on it, and then folds it every night. This song fits because Lady Macbeth needs a doctor because she is going crazy. When EMiniem says "Im about to lose my mind, you've been gone for too long", it relates to Lady Macbeth's feeling that Macbeth has been away at Battle and she is guilty.
  • Act five scene eight

    Sky fall by AdeleAnalysis:
    This song will play when Macbeth is fighting Macduff. Macbeth is thinking these lyrics to himself at the beginning of the scene. He asks himself “Why should I commit suicide? I will fight this to the end”. Then the sky falls when Macbeth is slain. There is nothing left except for Malcolm, Lennox and Ross and the ministers who benefit from Macbeth’s tyranny.