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  • Dziga Vertov's Theory Of Montage In Cinema

    Dziga Vertov’s conception of montage is defined by a borrowed reference to music called the theory of intervals. In music, an interval is the difference between two notes and can be wide or short. More than a mere parallel montage, Vertov’s montage using intervals consists in extending a filmic movement by using another shot placed in the same filmic continuity, even if this second shot has been recorded elsewhere or in another time. Like in symphonic music, with recurrent themes and patterns…

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  • Reflection Of Hip-Hop: My Favorite Genre Of Music

    Music is the voice of the alluring soul and captivating sound of the heart. Music has a way of articulating feelings and emotions through a vast variety of sounds, words, and instruments. Choice in music personalized, and no two individuals enjoy all of the same music because we all are differ in some way. For example, I was born in College Park, Georgia, in a majority Black neighborhood to my mother and two brothers. I am a twenty-year-old college student that identify as a Black American male…

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  • Heartless Poem Analysis

    In the song “Heartless”, Kanye uses a slow, sentimental beat while carrying on an auto tune sound that would be very uplifting. A slow heartbeat-like beat in the background, after the first few seconds a fast paced piano comes in. The rapping starts to pick up its pace and the lyrics get sadder. Kanye Wests Heartless has been considered a masterpiece, and in my opinion it has been. Various artists had rarely used the auto-tuned sound, and Kanye brings it back with recent album “The College…

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  • George Balanchine's Apollo Musagete Analysis

    In 1960, a telecast was recorded featuring George Balanchine’s Apollo Musagete. It was premiered on a DVD later released with the name New York City Ballet in Montreal, Vol. 5. This version of Apollo was choreographed by George Balanchine. The score for Apollo was done by Igor Stravinsky. The performance was done by Jacques d’Amboise, Melissa Hayden, Jillana, and Patricia Neary (New York City Ballet). This recording of Apollo emphasized George Balanchine’s aesthetic of ballet. In the…

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  • Bach's Prelude And Fugue Analysis

    A Comparison and Contrast of Bach’s Fingering System and Modern Fingering System Comparing the work of J.S. Bach’s Prelude and Fugue During the 20th centuries, modern piano has developed and request pianists have to do changes for playing techniques to pursuit the great articulation of the piano playing. It affects all aspects of performance, in order to produce the perfect color of the tone, good memorization, excellent technique skills, and also the pianist could get more security for the…

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  • Pat Conroy: How Music Enhances Physical Development

    “Without music, life is a journey through a desert.” Pat Conroy (n.d) 1.0 Why is it so important? People are naturally attracted to music. We love music so much and that we can find music everywhere and in everything we do. Music is so universal that in fact, it can bring people together regardless of their age, races, religion and where they are from without the present of language. Children, too begin to respond to sound when they are in their mother’s womb. Even parents would sing a…

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  • Steel Drum Music Analysis

    Steel drum music has the ability to move an audience like no other type of music. From the first note, the songs exude a happiness from within each pannist. Even with the slower pieces, you can close your eyes and imagine yourself in a tropical surrounding. The AISD concert, conducted by CJ Menge, which took place April 14, 2012 certainly did not disappoint. The concert was performed in Austin, Texas and featured steel drum bands from seven middle and high schools in the area. The first piece,…

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Influence On Modern Music

    Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart was an Austrian composer and pianist that created a variety of concertos, operas, symphonies, and sonatas. Many of these changed the way classical music was written and even performed. Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart was capable of playing many instruments and he began playing in public at the age of six. In the years following years Mozart composed hundreds works of art that were marked both by fascinating emotions, and sophisticated textures.…

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  • Reflection Of A Visible Landscape

    1. Visible Landscape – THE VIEW • A view is an evolving panorama of many blending facets. • Panorama is a word used to describe a scene that stretches across our filed of view virtually interrupted • A view is a theme, It’s proper realization resembles the musical creation of variations of a theme. • A view is a constantly changing mood-inducer. • A view is a limit of visual space. It transcends the boundaries of the site. It has directional pull. It may evoke a sense of expansive freedom.…

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  • Silent Film Analysis

    Another significant aspect of creating a silent movie is its music. Because ‘The Artist’ is mostly a silent movie, music played an important role. As in the interview with the composer by Jason Guerrasio as well as biography of Ludovic Bource, it confirms that the man who was responsible for composing the Oscar-winning soundtrack was not very popular in the industry before. In fact, he only composed for a few different movies, including ‘OSS 117: Rio ne respond pas’ also with Hazanavicious. In…

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