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  • Analysis Of The Architectonic Idea In Hanslik Is Nature

    The architectonic idea in Hanslik is Nature. Nature, for Hansik, is a supplier of elements that transform into music; these elements ranging from sounds to people to equipment to make sounds from. There are several arts, conceiving of things that do not exist in nature, but are rather inspired by them. Nature functions to supply models to art, while the function of art is to exemplify nature. Nature naturally happens before art, it is the supplies of art, the crude elements which man transforms…

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  • Fairchild Theatre Concert Report

    This past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the Artist-Faculty Recital Series at the Fairchild Theatre on MSU 's Campus. The concert featured a multitude of pieces ranging from the Baroque and Classical music periods to modern day compositions. Several of the pieces were played in a piano-trombone basso continuo and the last piece was played by a trombone choir with two featured soloists. Going into the concert I did not know what to expect. I had listened to classical music in my MUS…

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  • Formal Music Education

    My definition of a formal music education encompasses samplings from all over the world. Students will learn Western music and its conventions such as: reading and comprehending western notation, harmony, melody, counting systems, and western traditional ensembles (ie. orchestra, wind band, quartets, jazz ensembles). Students will explore music from outside the western realm through source materials and teachings. This will expand the students…

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  • Modern Music Challenges

    The Challenges and Rewards of Modern Composition When one considers the word “musician”, the first image that often comes to mind is a performer on stage playing popular, rock, or classical music. However, what many do not realize is that there is a large range of mediums through which one can present music. Some of these methods include writing music to accompany a visual or interactive component such as television or video games. Despite the number of opportunities for original music, the art…

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  • Niccolò Paganini: Common Characteristics Of Romantic Music

    The music that I have chosen is D major Violin Concerto No.1, Op.6, composed by Niccolò Paganini. To gain a more complete understanding of the composition, first we need to check the background information of the composer. Paganini was an Italian violinist, violist, guitarist, and composer. [iii] That explains why the composition mainly uses violin throughout the whole composition. It was also noted that was one of the most famous classical music composers on the romantic era. When I first…

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  • Narrative Essay On Musical Literacy

    Language of Sound Now many of you have heard of the same old “My journey with literacy began” kind of crap. Most of us can’t even remember where it began. We all have learned the same basic amount of literacy in our life. In cases such as mine, I have not only taken it upon myself to learn the basics of literacy. But those of music as well. I guess you can say I’ve become a sort of “treble” maker in my life with musical literacy. My cliché journey all started when I was in middle…

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  • Pentathlon Translations

    4 ANALYSIS OF THE MATERIAL In this chapter I will first use the five different aspects from Peter Low’s Pentathlon Principle to analyze the translations. Thus, firstly I will be analyzing the musical features of the translations; the rhyme, rhythm, naturalness, sense and singability. Lastly, I will analyze the translations according to Johan Franzon’s three aspects of music translation, and I will analyze whether there has been used re-creation, hook-translation or reverent translation in the…

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  • Menuet Vs G Major Essay

    The Menuets from Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major explores the tonality of G Major and what can be done to make it sound engaging, dance-like, and captivating. Both Menuet I and Menuet II function as individual movements, yet they contribute to and complement one another. Both explore different rhythmic patterns and tonal aspects, all the while staying and maintaining in the same realm of G Major. I will be talking about rhythm and how it drives the melody forward, shift of tonality and…

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  • Case Study Design: Listening To Their Choice Of Indian Music

    Study design: Three independant groups (10 in each) listening to their choice of Indian music.Group 1 – Indo Jazz, Group 2 – Indian classical Instrument and Group 3 – violin.The experiment protocol for the study design was given Table 5.3 Table 5.3: Shows the experimental protocol Baseline 2 minutes Listening to the music of choice (Task 1) 3 minutes Rest 1 (Silence) 2 minutes Listening to choice of music and performing task (task 2) 3 minutes Rest 2 (Silence) 2 minutes Task only (Task 3)…

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  • Musical Exoticism Analysis

    Differentiating Musical Exoticism Musical exoticism comes from the influence of non-European elements, often imitating styles from other cultures as a way to differ from the customs of the audience and creators. The motives for exoticism lie on a spectrum, ranging from pure exoticism to transcultural composing. Pure exoticism includes “othering” a subject, labeling them as different from one’s own group (Lecture 5/16). On the other hand, transcultural composing uses both non-western and western…

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