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    Journey of Elton John The people are shocked that the amazing singer is a homosexual, and that he asked to sing with a homophobic. He even has taken a decade off with only producing 1 album each year. John has made his main part in life of helping people with AIDS (Schlesinger, 2008). The journey of Elton John is identified by his outrageous style of clothes, controlling his very own AIDS foundation, having the fastest-selling single ever produced, and simply being one of the best Pop/Rock singer to ever take the stage. John’s career started when he won a piano scholarship. He could play the piano at age 3; his parents said that playing was his innate talent (White, 1997). John earned a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music in London…

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    musical albums, Elton John is still standing and touring. Many artist come and go but Elton John has remained a popular musical icon because of his talent and because of his contributions to organizations as well as friends. “Elton John was born on March 25, 1947, in England, Elton John’s unique blend of pop and rock styles turned him into one of the biggest music icons of the 20th century.”, Biography.com stated. Elton John is full of talent, he learned how to play the piano when he was…

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    Elton John coming out as bisexual almost ruined his career, enraging a large amount of his fans. Bisexual was pretty much saying as if he was homosexual. Any sort of same gender sexual tendencies at the time was largely frowned upon. Elton John did not come out as completely homosexual until 1988 when he divorced his wife Blauel. Elton John coming out as bisexual, and then homosexual was huge for the LGBT community. He was one of the few and first artists of his time to dress flamboyantly and…

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    I have chosen to review the Alberta Ballet’s performance of Love Lies Bleeding for my dance production critique. Preceding the show I had relatively low expectations since I am not an Elton John fan and the show was set to his music and was inspired by his journey. Fortunately, my expectations were surpassed considerably. Love Lies Bleeding was a zestful, dynamic, and alluring theatrical experience unlike no other. This production was built on a strong foundation of classical ballet technique…

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    The Generous Sinners: A Comparison Between Elton John and the Franklin “Every age is a Canterbury pilgrimage; we all pass on, each sustaining one or other of these characters” (Blake), said William Blake, celebrated 18th century English poet. In reference to the father of English literature, Geoffrey Chaucer’s most celebrated writing, The Canterbury Tales. Chaucer develops a mental model about all of the characters in the literature and describes each character in detail. Three centuries later,…

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    Elton John Aids Foundation

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    The disease AIDS has caused the world to come together and create many organizations on a global scale such as The International AIDS Society (IAS), United Nations AIDS organization(UNAIDS), and the Elton John AIDS…

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    Embroidery Lens

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    From summer camps to just wanting something to do while you’re stuck in a boring study hall. To having something to do with your hands while you watch a movie, or if someone drags to a sports game and you have no interest in sports. Friendship bracelets are a fun activity for any age. This essay will cover four basic styles of bracelet. The type of string that is the easiest to use for friendship bracelet making is embroidery floss. It’s thin and while it will fray a little, you just have to…

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    1. Energy flows through an environment. What are two main sources of food? Why do organisms depend on food? Who or what is the primary producer in a food web? What do the arrows tell us about a food web? How would a food web change if an organism were removed? How can energy move through an environment? 2. Organisms and events cause environmental changes. How would an environment be affected by a change that harmed some hunted organisms but favored other hunted organisms? What are some…

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    Charles, could not watch as his wife got no relief. So, knowing of the rumors, and weary of her methods, he felt he had no choice but to request Ordina’s services. Ordina who was Madison’s childhood friend, immediately came to try to care for his wife. Unfortunately, her efforts failed and Lady Madison passed away. A few weeks later the bodies of Charles’s eldest son and Sir Rose, were put upon an old mule and sent back to the manor house. In Christopher’s hand was a note which was addressed:…

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    Musical Eras

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    members have unique styles and they do not rely solely on a computer to compose their music, loosing input on physical instruments such as guitars, bass and drums. Memories from my childhood include watching live AC/DC, The Rolling Stones and Guns n’ Roses’ concerts on youtube and television, listening to Slash, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones’ face-shredding guitar riffs, and singing to The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Eagles, David Bowie, and Queen’s songs. Who can forget Led Zeppelin’s intellectual…

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