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Music

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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Although singer-songwriter Bruno Mars perpetuates many stereotypes about women and money in his music videos, he also challenges traditional views with pro-social messages. Both Mars’s perpetuation of sexual and financial stereotypes and his way of breaking with tradition can be seen particularly clearly in the song 24k Magic.Background Keys writes,...

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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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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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During the first three weeks of the semester, I listened to Your Eyes CD nonstop. I understand that there are seven tracks total. There is one specific track that I don’t really care for and I have a few of my favorite tracks. When I first started listening to the...

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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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I attended the following detailed performance of the Grossmont Symphony Orchestra when they performed at St. John of the Cross Catholic Church this October. In order to properly document my thoughts and opinions on each piece performed, I will be listing the pieces below, followed immediately by my reactions. Firstly,...

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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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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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