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    many things, which people try to be, or to do. Music is one of the things, which people have been using it to be delivered from problems, to get joy and to feel freedom either by listening or composing/ being an artist. As I grew and living in the society, who has love, respect, and great appreciation for a music from ancient times either in church or anywhere for any kinds of music, which people classify in any categories. Contrary, there may be problems to be solved in order to have better music to the society to help…

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    In his own original work What to Listen for in Music, Copland describes three different crucial planes that we each must experience in order to “actively” listen to a piece of music. The first plane being the sensuous plane, which describes when one listens to music for mere pleasure. It is how we listen to music when we are not truly thinking about what we are listening to. This would include listening to music in the car or while we exercise. We get a sense of satisfaction when we hear a song…

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    What Is Victoria's Music?

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    Victorias music, which was Composed at the end of the 16th Century, and the beginning of the 17th Century, was part of the music that he had written for the church. His music was to be sung as a part of the Catholic liturgy and all of the texts are to be written and read in the Latin language, the official texts of the church. One thing that many people found surprising about his music is that despite his Roman training and years of living in the city, Victoria so strongly retained his…

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    What Music Means To Me

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    Music is a standout amongst the most vital and intense things throughout my life. My existence without songs and harmonies would be absolutely unfilled. Listening to and playing distinctive tunes helps me to de-stretch, unwind and it can likewise persuade me in attempting times. I cherish listening to music while on my approach to class, as I feel it helps me to plan for the day that holds up. I think it resemble the journals to my life as it has been there all through everything with me. When…

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    What is Music? When words fail, music speaks. Music is an unavoidable part in everyone’s life. Whether its music you play by personal choice or music you hear in supermarkets or on the radio in the car. Society is all about music. Music has been a part of every culture; it has been there from the beginning of time and will be there at the end. Music is not just noise, music is another language to express your thoughts and your personality, it is a type of therapy and motivator, and it is a…

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    What Music Means To Me

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    “What Music Means to Me” Music could inspire anyone in numerous amounts of ways, because music inevitably consists of everyone’s daily life through the 3 elements of music which are rhythm, harmony, and melody. I listen to music because of how soothing and relieving it can be especially during rough times. I don’t only listen to music when I’m down; I’m basically always doing so in any of my emotions because there are many different types of music to reflect your mood. When I’m listening to…

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    Music has been around for centuries. Nobody is sure how it even sounded when man had first invented it. There are early traces of some instruments, but they are nothing like what you would see today. There are a number of differences in music today than in the past. So that raises the question. What is music? Many people may have many different answers. Some people may say it is just a bunch of instruments playing together on stage, but does it even have to be that? Music can have absolutely no…

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    What Is Music Therapy?

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    93% of American citizens listen to music according to Music 360 2014. With, on average, 25 hours per week devoted to this activity, does it have any alternate uses other than for pure enjoyment? The answer is yes, with music therapy. “Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.” (American Music Therapy…

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    Music is well known because of its meaning for different cultures. It’s a way in which cultures differ from each other and it’s the one that characterized them. Also music is used by people in many ways, as entertainment or for personal uses like using it to study or sleep, etc… Music in my culture is very present. Colombia which is from were I am is divided in regions and each region has its own unique style of music, the diversity level in the country is very high. The music depends of a lot…

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    What Is Music Appropriation

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    visual culture is the imagery in the music industry. The music you listen to as child influences your style throughout youth; this has also historically created many different types of subcultures such as hippies, Punks and Mods, in addition, this extends to regional musical cultures. Musically the idea of appropriation is transferable, with bands & musicians taking heavy influence form the past and because of the advent of sampling; the act of taking a portion, or ‘sample’, of one sound…

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