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  • Musical Theater Informative Speech

    of those experiences they will not forget! Created and directed by iTheatrics, a premiere creative consultant in educational musical theatre based in New York City, in association with the leading theatrical licensor Music Theatre International (MTI) and the Blumenthal Performing Arts' Education Department, this event offers an enthusiastic, educational environment for students and teachers to interact with hundreds of others who share their passion for musical theatre During the celebration,…

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  • How To Write An Essay About My First Day In High School

    becoming a pianist, just like my mother so practicing everyday was more important than anything else. Maybe I would care more about school if there were others who shared my interests, but it seemed like the only person who played the piano in the music room was me.Although that is not to say that I didn’t have friends, I did but, they had their own interests like anyone else. My bestfriends, Kai and Saya, lived next door to me ever since we were little so naturally we became good friends,…

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  • My First Concert At Linnaea

    My first concert I attended was at Linnaea 's cafe in downtown San Luis Obispo, it was my first time going to Linnaea’s and watching the jazz performance. The band that was playing were young adults from the cuesta music program. The band’s name was the sharks there was three men and one woman in the group, the woman was the lead singer, and the three men’s instruments were a bass guitar,xylophone, and a guitar. Linnaea’s is a very small cafe, and the jazz room was full, so i was sitting in the…

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  • Marcus Giordano Analysis

    dance techniques, such as ballet and modern, and morphed components of each into a new art form (Sabo, Made in America 44). Not only did Gus use others’ techniques, but he also anticipated the manipulation of his own technique to fit into his students’ personal style. Giordano’s jazz technique, though codified, is part of a changing tradition. Gus desired jazz to be of its time by constantly being influenced by music and people. This principle of constant change honors Holm’s use of…

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  • Hamilton Culture Vs American Culture Essay

    1. Culture was all about Music, Art, Talents and Heritage its start what culture is because in Hamilton there are a lot of differences on their own culture like festival events, history, architectures and outdoor places like water parks, falls and rivers where it is all part of a culture it was created by the activities of a human person. Also Culture makes our life meaningful and interesting. 2. The cultural vibrancy helps to communicate with other people, build the community and make the…

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  • Symphony No. 1 Analysis

    Is it possible to recreate a historical event through music? Daniel Bukvich attempts this very feat in his piece Symphony No.1(In Memoriam, Dresden, 1945). This piece of music has been the topic of many discussions in the musical world, and I’m sure that it would be a hot topic in the philosophy world as well. In particular, I think that Aristotle and Leo Tolstoy would have a lot to say about this piece. Aristotle’s definition of art focuses on humans’ ability to mimic real life and create a…

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  • Analysis Of Thelonious Monk, Straight, No Chaser

    rhythmic patterns are only a few characteristics that describe Thelonious Monk’s music. Monk was one the few American jazz composers that gave a spiritual feeling in his music. During his lifetime he played melodies and used chord progressions that no one has ever played before. He epitomizes what a jazz musician is supposed to be, whether if it’s through his compositions, his piano playing or someone else playing his music, you know right away it is Thelonious’. Monk kept to his own style,…

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  • Adaptation In Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho

    “Just as painting before it, cinema presents us with familiar images of visible reality- interiors, landscapes, human characters-arranged within a rectangular frame.” - Lev Manovich Films have become central dissemination of popular culture in and around the globe over the eons. They invite imagination and story- telling among all peoples and help to enlighten and enliven the audience beyond the boundaries of society and also open sometimes closed doors on…

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  • Merrily We Roll Along Analysis

    The Ruth Page Center Of the Arts brought Broadway to Chicago as the Porchlight productions presented the musical Merrily We Roll Along, with book by George Furth, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. This rendition was beautifully directed by Michael Weber, musically directed by Aaron Behnam and the musical staging was done by Christopher Pazdernik. This story about the talented composer Franklin Shephard, based on the 1934 play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, leaves the audience…

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  • What Are The Factors That Contribute To An Ensemble Sound?

    ensembles’ sound. Most of which we spend our musical lives practicing; things like tone, vowels, diction, ect. As we begin to make the transition from ensemble member to leader we are thrown yet another contributing factor to sound: conducting. The art of conducting is a continuously growing set of skills for an individual. Many of the greatest conductors have spent decades perfecting their craft and creating their style, while building their musicality. One element that sets apart the…

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