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Alan Bishop DJ Set

Alan Bishop DJ Set has various performances set for the year 2017. Alan Bishop DJ Set is an entertainment body that aims at creating entertainment throughout the year, targeting people of all walks of life. In its performances, the elderly and young are considered and their needs are met. Its...

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Research Data Analysis Portfolio Piece A

Knowledge about musical melodies develops gradually from birth to adulthood. By the age of five, most children can recognize out-of-key notes in a given melody, and eight-year-olds can distinguish harmonics in Western-type melodic sequences. Adults in the Western world typically have difficulty remember melodies that do not follow the rules...

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Musical Acoustics and Sound Perception

The video titled Musical Acoustics and Sound Perception, is a taped presentation in which Williams College physics professor, Tiku Majumder, gave an insightful picture into the complex beauty that is sound. There are many ways to consider sound. Some people study music, others consider it from a biological or medical...

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Flaco Jimenez: A Brief Biography

Leonardo Jimenez, more commonly known as Flaco Jimenez and born in San Antonio, Texas in 1939, is an accordionist specializing in Conjunto, Norteno, and Tejano music. Like his father Santiago Jimenez, Sr. who began performing at a young age, Flaco started at seven years old. Claimed by Mark Deming of...

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Corcovado Listening Response

The song Corcovado, by Stan Getz and Astrud Gillberto, begins with a light piano and sound of an upright bass before the vocal track begins. The intro is minimal, with a thin texture best characterized by an airiness that extends throughout the song. The thin texture places emphasis on each...

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Song Analysis

The instruments at the beginning of the song include a guitar, drums and trombones. These instruments are combined in such a way that it actually sounds like a train coming down the track. The thick texture of the instruments as they are laid one over another helps to develop the...

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Reflection Paper about Bobby McFerrin

Bobby McFerrin attempted to demonstrate how certain music elements can be common for numerous people on the level of collective subconscious. The music demonstration of the pentatonic scale immediately proved that all people in the room were perfectly familiar with it and knew the notes at times before McFerrin voiced...

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Bob Marley’s Redemption Song

Part I: The Artist and the SongBob Marley was born and raised in Jamaica, a nation and island in the Caribbean. The island’s population is descended by former slaves of the British companies who kept sugar and other plantations. Bob Marley grew up in Nine Mile, a small village in...

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Across Two Universes: A Comparative Analysis

In Across the Universe, the Beatles evoke thoughts of relaxation and meditation. The effect of both their lyrics and the music behind them is calming, though repetitive. Strumming just a few notes over and over, they chant, “Words are flowing out like endless rain into a paper cup,” and, just...

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USA Symphony Band

On September 29. 2015 I had the pleasure of witnessing the performances of the USA Symphony Band conducted by Michael Phillips and the USA Wind Ensemble conducted by William H. Petersen. The set list consisted exclusively from the composers of late 19th and, predominantly, 20th century. The symphony band featured...

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Music Assignment

1. What is the chief acoustic cue for a source feature?The chief acoustic cue for a source feature comes from the presence of what is called phonation energy that will show up as a low frequency voice bar when observed on a spectrogram. The energy of the frication noise is...

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Psychological Effects of Musical Training

The effects of listening to music are known to many people because the effects range from relaxation to excitement. However, the effects upon the brain development of performing musicians is not as common of a phenomenon simply because there are less musicians than there are listeners of music. This essay...

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Domestic Violence in Music

The social issue that I chose to examine is domestic violence. I am interested in studying this problem because it is highly prevalent in the United States. It has affected millions of women, children, and men for decades. I want to know how different artists understand and deal with this...

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How Music Affects Us

It is a widely-known fact that music is an integral part of our lives since it touches our soul and brings us joy. Music inspires us and gives us the chance to move in time while listening to the song that was the best for us in the past. That...

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Family or Friend Musical Biography

I spoke with my Aunt Laura, whose brother is my father. She lives in Vermont so we rarely see her except at family events every few years. She is in her late 60s and is a retired professor of piano, having taught at various colleges in New England throughout her...

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Roots Raggae

Roots reggae is spiritual music that appeals to the consciousness of the listener since most, if not all, of the tracks, communicate about issues that afflict society. To this end, the music addresses injustices, honoring God, love, police brutality, consumerism, and general societal subjects. Fundamentally, roots reggae is designed to...

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American Musical Theatre of the 1960s and 1970s

The 1960s and 1970s in the United States were a time of social movements, expressions of love and sexuality, and great music. American musicals of the time were successful because they individually and collectively tapped into the pulse of what was occurring around the country. The decade saw rock music...

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Music as a Form of Social Protest

Imagine a time when individuals of different races were not allowed to interact at all? If you had a friend who was of another race, you could not sit together at a restaurant? If you were African-American, you might have to walk several extra blocks on a hot summer day...

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Music Appreciation Essay

Opera stands alone in the world of serious music, and essentially because it extends the identity of music as a listening experience itself. Far more so than the symphony or concert, opera is theater; like a play, it has a story to tell. The stories themselves also define the genre,...

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The Future of Music Streaming

Music streaming first became prominent when the internet was vastly expanding, providing means for artists to showcase their work on websites such as YouTube and Soundcloud and streaming services such as CDBaby and Spotify. The music industry can be a very difficult place to break into, as it is subjective...

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