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    Music and art are tools that can become a huge impact in a disabled child’s life when they are incorporated in the child’s everyday activities during their development as a child. The use of sound or auditory hearings as well as artistic assignments can be very helpful in order for the child to become more connected with the world through interaction with others. These children gain many new skills that assist them in being more united with others around them. Even though the utilization of art and music can be very helpful when it is incorporated in a disabled child’s life, it can also become a huge distraction. Many studies have shown that children with disabilities are capable of overcoming their disability and being able to connect with…

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    whether or not art and music education programs are important for the fate of America’s youth. Numerous schools have already taken the “necessary” measures to cut art and music programs all-together. Many argue that the fine arts distract students from their basic core academics, but research suggests that being part of at least one fine art program improves the overall classroom education. Therefore, receiving credit in an art or music class should be required for high school graduation,…

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    The Importance of Fine Arts and Music Education in Schools From learning how to play the recorder in elementary school, to starring in the school play in high school, kids around the country participate in music classes and fine arts. However, in other areas of the United States, some students don’t get that oppertunity. Their school either can’t afford these classes, don’t think they’re important, or just don’t fund them. The students that have these music programs and are involved in them have…

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    After comparing his music to modern art, where context helps to determine meaning, she spoke of how “his melodies and his lyrics are so wed together. As this book will demonstrate more fully, Sondheim has spoken often and freely about the music, theater, and films. The present book shows a particular bias toward analyzing Sondheim's music. Character is the most important element in the play because it makes up a story which is within the work of art. The characters builds a better…

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    Legal Name and Form Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is a premier 3-day music festival, which occurs once a year in April. It is held by the AEG-owned concert promoter, Goldenvoice. (Martens & Pham, 2012) History Paul Tollett (head of Goldenvoice) held the first Coachella event in October of 1999. He is famous for saying “For Southern California, this could be the start of something really special.” (Staff, 2015). Paul was right, but it was not an easy journey to the top. The first…

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    The importance of psychological treatment and art/music therapy to patients with Cancer. Art is defined as “The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.” Art therapy consists of treatments that encourage free expression and catharsis using methods such as art and music analysis, painting, sculpting, and composing, among many…

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    Should music and art classes be replaced with core classes in high school? This is a question being asked by many educators, political leaders and parents. Art and music classes are a valued and important outlet for creativity and individualism. The debate of whether or not to replace art and music classes with core classes often pits them against each other as if there were no other choices. The controversy is actually more about if we should exclude art and music completely or find a way to…

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    When analyzing leadership in the Music and Arts Organization. We quickly were able to identify a major key problem, which was the lack of the presence of a leader. Leadership is defined by the ability to influence a group towards the achievement of a vision or a set of goals.(Judge and Robbins 382) When we asked about the organization's management, employees weren't able to identify his specific leadership role in the team. The former employees did not describe the manager as an effective…

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    importance of good music. We used to listen to Guns N’ Roses, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Nirvana, and many more. This music impacted my life and influenced me to be open-minded, care-free, and creative. This anecdote sparks some curiosity; am I the only one affected by music and art? A larger question would be whether or not music and art have affected society as a whole throughout history. Many studies have been conducted by experts and gurus alike regarding the impact of artists and…

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    the act of coming up with an idea and how often the idea has been thought of before. This is a very scientific definition of creativity, but many average people may consider it to be a factor related to success in creating art, music, and theater. While these items often depend on creativity, being creative impacts a very broad variety of fields, and plays a large role in success and problem solving. Many classes in schools that encourage creativity, such as the arts, are discouraged and…

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