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    The Dave Brubeck Quartet, comprised of Brubeck on the piano, Paul Desmond on the alto saxophone, Eugene Wright on the bass, and Joe Morello on the drums, released the album Time Out in 1959 (Time Out). Even on the first listen, one can see how revolutionary this work would soon become. Opening with “Blue Rondo A La Turk,” Brubeck’s Quartet immediately presents a rhythmic, swingin’ tune featuring 9/8 time. “Kathy’s Waltz” explores polyrhythm and “Take Five,” arguably the band’s “titular” work today, too pushes the boundaries of common time with its 5/4 beat. Throughout the album, works are contrasted within each other by style changes and time signature variation; yet despite their unfamiliar form, the tunes still manage to provide a solid,…

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    compositions in 4/4, and in some cases, 3/4 rhythm, which made it easy for listeners to dance along to, therefore boosting the popularity of the particular band. Dave Brubeck went against this commonality, and created music that he enjoyed playing, rather than composing songs that fit into the standardized “jazz mold.” This decade introduced some immensely talented jazz musicians with the innovative Miles Davis, jazz orchestra bandleader Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker with his improvisational…

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    disguises the down beat because he follows his inspiration and blurs the lines of what music should be. There is a homophonic and polyphonic texture to this piece. In section A have a homophonic texture while, section B has a polyphonic texture. The timbre of the piece is piano however, Debussy plays the piano in a way to stop the natural percussive sound of the piano. The dynamics of the song are piano or pianissimo though, the transition towards to end is forte. The piece as a whole is in an…

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    Hrm 531 Week 1 Reflection

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    Reflections Contents Reflections 1 1 Introduction 3 2 Problem Definition 3 3 Research and Data Collection 4 4 Data Analysis and Further Research 4 5 Client and Supervisor Relationship 5 6 Results 6 7 Conclusion 6 References 6 1 Introduction After a very enjoyable and fulfilling year working towards an MSc in Business Analysis and Consulting, the last part – this dissertation – was extremely daunting. It would be the last piece of work I would complete for this course and the most substantial…

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    Imagine a world of transparency. Each human would have full access to every minuscule detail of another person’s life, from looking up their medical issues online, to watching a live stream of every single move they make. It is terrifying to imagine a society in which nothing is kept personal, and as the inherent nature of technology continues to progress, this threat will only become more of a reality. Dave Eggers illustrates this pseudo-utopian world in his novel, The Circle, where his…

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    Isaac Slade, Joe King, Ben Wysocki, and Dave Welsh make up the popular rock/ pop band The Fray. With their first album, How to Save a Life, this band appeared on everyone’s radar. The Fray’s song “You Found Me” appeared on the band’s second album, The Fray. Eight months after the release of The Fray’s second album, the band released a music video for “You Found Me.” This song could have several meanings depending on different points of views. Many interpretations of the lyrics in this song…

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    The novel The Circle by Dave Eggers, is seen as a governmental operation that is corrupted through the internet in your social accounts, in which it lets everyone know your information and life beyond it. The main idea from it is its meaning of what is good or bad. With the data people receive throughout their lives on the internet like what they choose as passwords, or statements that they receive from banks, what they post online, and the health care or records they have all go into one…

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    Child Called It Analysis

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    An interview was held on June 1995 with the American author “ David James “Dave” Pelzer . The interview showed all the audience the truth behind David’s childhood experience which he shared in his book “ Child Called It “ . Pelzer shares in this interview the reason behind writing this book , and what message Is he delivering to his audience . - Mr. Dave , “ Child Called It “ , the novel that you wrote which had an impact on most of the audience , and is considered your best and most…

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    Throughout the story, Kavangah tells multiple stories about parents dropping their troubled teens off at hospitals and leaving. Parents are leaving their children of ages, but no infants which is what the law was created for in the first place. Governor Dave Heineman states, “Safe haven laws were not designed to allow families to having difficulty with older youth and teenagers to abandon their child or responsibilities as a parent” (Heineman 1). Parents need another way to cope with their…

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    Kurt Cobain Influence

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    Offspring, Nofx and so many others were influenced by them”. Is what Tony Sly (lead singer) from the No Use For A Name band said. Karan (Rockers reflect on the legacy of Kurt Cobain). Showing that before Kurt Cobain entered the industry the biggest bands today wasn 't relevant at the time. Kurt 's career was a success. He and his band sold over 30 million copies of one of the best work Nirvana ever (Nevermind) released. Kurt and his group released their first single “Love Buzz” which was also…

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