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  • Reflective Essay On Classical Music

    knowledge would not be properly adequate for what we are doing. What we learn and how we learned during this semester changed the way I look at performance. Whether that is in a good or bad way, my perception has developed into a different state of mind. The way I now look at live and remote music recording has been developed slowly throughout this semester. That idea simply goes to show you how an independent way of learning can effect a learning environment. The ability to have that type of learning is something that is very powerful but very dangerous. Throughout the semester, I found myself actually enjoying classical music and the progressions that come with it. I find meditative elements in it and it often times allows me to relax and focus on things. There were many pieces that I was drawn to, but there were only a few that changed my perception of progression and synchronization. It was actually the last show that I did, and in my opinion, was a fitting culmination of all my newfound knowledge. The show was the Graduate String Cortet, and it was inside of Glidden. This performance was, in my opinion, performed flawlessly and left me honestly wanting…

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  • Classical Music Performance

    This essay aims to examine to what extent should classical performers seek to recreate “authentic performances” of the past. Roger Norrington and the London Classical Players’ recordings of the Beethoven symphonies will be used as a case study to support the argument. Classical performers, are in this context, musicians who present a classical music performance. There is no defined boundary of what precisely is classical music, but classical music in this essay generally refers to art music…

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  • Classical Music In Germany

    Music in Germany is widely important throughout the whole country. Classical music is by far the most significant type of music; it’s not uncommon for younger children to start off on learning to play instruments or even join orchestras. The main reason why young German children are introduced to music early on in life is so they can learn about all kinds of different forms of music and to also influence the younger generations to partake in all different kinds of music. German music isn’t…

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  • Classical Vs Classical Music Essay

    Over the course of time, music has become a wonderful piece of art that has evolved over the years. From the medieval period 500BC, through the Renaissance era (1400-1600) and even through the baroque (1600-1750) era to the classical period (1775-1825), music as influenced and inspired the lives of many. What makes classical music different than many of the other eras of music was its level of complexity. The complexity was far less intense compared to Baroque music. Many believe at that point…

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  • Classical Music: Instruments In The Classical Period

    Instruments in classical period, apparently the obvious instrumental innovation in the period was piano, it was being developed even Bach has still arrived in Baroque period, fortunately it actually started become a popular music instrument in classical period. Pianos have a mellow sound, they were more versatile, they can represent dynamics, switching volume changes, damper pedal which present the smooth like freezing and stuff. At this point, the instruments capabilities, it was more use in…

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  • Classical Music Vs Modern Music Essay

    The Romantic Era started and ended from 1820-1900. An overview would be the transition from classical to Romantic, of Beethoven, who broke the boundary rules and attached everything together between the two. Because it was Beethoven, he made it okay and possible to have changes and still acceptable. This talented and strong/brave individual changed music for the better and did what he felt and wanted, with his unique personality came his unique composed music. After Beethoven music changed to…

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  • Personal Narrative: My First Classical Music Concert

    I stood nervously backstage while waiting for the orchestra to finish getting seated for our last concert of the season. I peeked through the curtains and saw a blur of dark unfamiliar faces, all waiting for the music to start. I quickly looked back from the curtain and my hands started to get clammy. My chest felt tight and the butterflies in my stomach would not quit fluttering. “Why did I sign up for this?” I thought uneasily. Suddenly, I felt a hand on my shoulder. I looked up to see my…

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  • Classical Music: A Comparison Of Classical And Modern Music

    century music has been a way of living. People around the world listen to music every day, even though music has changed drastically over the years. But why did this happen? Music has been changed in many ways and this tells the difference of classical and modern music. For example music has changed by the: adding of effects, change of message and change of purpose. Classical and modern music are both a huge part of music as a whole. Both of these genres compare and contrast in many different…

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  • Mozart's Classical Music: The Mozart Effect

    A STUDY ON HOW MOZART’S CLASSICAL MUSIC COULD AFFECT TO BOOST STUDENT’S SPIRIT WHILE DOING HOMEWORK. 1. INTRODUCTION Classical music could divide into major time divisions into the early music period, which includes the Medieval (500-1400) and the Renaissance eras (1400-1600). Next, common practice period, which includes the Baroque (1600-1750), Classical (1750-1830), and Romantic eras (1804-1910). A well-known otolaryngologist from France, Dr. Alfred A. Tomatis had started the study on…

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  • Baroque Vs Classical Music

    The Baroque and Classical eras of music were both amazing periods full of musical genius and ingenuity that has made them go down in history as some of the most influential time periods for music composition. Among some of the most praised and defining pieces from those time periods include Dido’s “Lament” from Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas” from the Baroque period, while pieces such as “Queen of The Night” from W.A Mozart’s “Magic Flute” exemplify the Classical period. These pieces both exhibit…

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