The Jazz concert I attended took place in Fullerton College Theater on November 13, 2012. The Fullerton College Jazz Big Band and J- Train vocal Jazz was very organized and well structured. The first song was the Open Invitation which was performed by the J- Train Vocal Jazz. The song was so interesting because the soloists had great voices. Everyone around seemed interested and amused.
The J- train vocal Jazz also performed the songs “Nancy Necromancers Cannery’, and” Fugue in D Mirror”.My personal favorite by the J-Train Vocal Jazz was “Everyone’s Bopping” because in the ginning of the song the vocalists scat. In the performance two soloists scat at least one time, and the rest of the choir performers sing the chorus. The beat of the song was fast and the instruments that got a solo were guitar and piano. The guitar and pianos solo were amazing because you could see the relationship the soloist had with its instrument which was extremely passionate. The next song performed was “Big Brown Eyes” which was slow and full of patience.The vocalists sing bebop most of the time, and there are four soloists, the drums are Just tapping, and the whole memo of the song is slow.
The big band also performed “The Keystone Shuffle”, the instruments being used were drums, bass, guitar, piano, trombone, and then there was a section of the song where the saxophone players battle each other . Both of the saxophones were going at a very fast beat. The next song performed was “Out of Town” which starts with the drums and guitar as bass. The saxophone player Joins In and the whole band starts to plays together. They were all on point with each other which made the song easy to listen to.The piano, the saxophone had Individual solos ND in between the song there was Interaction between the two. The concert was very entertaining; I really enjoyed the J-Train and Big Band.
Everyone around seemed to enjoy It as well. It was sweet of the big band to dedicate the song as “The Saints Go Marching In” to the Friends of Jazz Scholars. In the middle of the concert The Friends of Jazz gave out scholarships to the Fullerton College Big Band and To the J- Train Vocal Jazz to go perform In New York. The song ‘When the Saints Go Marching In” was played at a medium tempo.The drums start It off and the flute, saxophone, electric attar follow after the drums. The whole concert was amazing and definitely made me want to groove and listen to more Jazz on my free time. I am happy I made this my first concert to go to because If I could favor one type of Jazz would be big band type of Jazz and I love It when the Jazz band or vocalists scat.
BY jacketed personal favorite by the I-Train Vocal Jazz was “Everyone’s Bopping” because in the Town” which starts with the drums and guitar as bass. The saxophone player Joins in which made the song easy to listen to.The piano, the saxophone had individual solos ND in between the song there was interaction between the two. The concert was very entertaining; I really enjoyed the J-Train and Big Band. Everyone around seemed to enjoy it as well. It was sweet of the big band to dedicate the song as “The Saints Go Vocal Jazz to go perform in New York. The song “When the Saints Go Marching In” was played at a medium tempo.
The drums start it off and the flute, saxophone, electric my first concert to go to because if I could favor one type of Jazz would be big band type of Jazz and I love it when the Jazz band or vocalists scat.
Start with the partial model in the file attached. Marvel Pence, CEO of Marvel’s Renovations, a custom building and repair company, is preparing documentation for a line of credit request from his commercial banker. Among the required documents is a detailed sales forecast for parts of 2020 and 2021:
Labor and Raw Materials
Estimates obtained from the credit and collection department are as follows: collections within the month of sale, 20%; collections during the month following the sale, 60%; collections the second month following the sale, 25%. Payments for labor and raw materials are typically made during the month following the one in which these costs were incurred. Total costs for labor and raw materials are estimated for each month as shown in the table. General and administrative salaries will amount to approximately $25,000 a month; lease payments under long-term lease contracts will be $7,000 a month; depreciation charges will be $8,000 a month; miscellaneous expenses will be $5,000 a month; income tax payments of $30,000 will be due in both August and December; and a progress payment of $95,000 on a new office suite must be paid in October. Cash on hand on July 1 will amount to $70,000, and a minimum cash balance of $30,000 will be maintained throughout the cash budget period.
Prepare a monthly cash budget for the last 6 months of 2020.
Prepare an estimate of the required financing (or excess funds)—that is, the amount of money Marvel’s Renovations will need to borrow (or will have available to invest)—for each month during that period.
Would the cash budget be accurate if inflows came in all during the month, but outflows were bunched early in the month?