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  • Heart And Lung Sounds Analysis

    Heart and Lung Sounds Assessments The knowledge of the normal heart sound, S1 then S2, will aid in the identification of the abnormal heart sounds as the changes of loudness of S1 or the “lub” in “lub-dup” may signify heart pathology. “The second heart sound has been called the key to heart disease” (Shindler, 2007). It is widely transmitted, usually audible, sharper and shorter than S1, and easily heard. Ventricular gallop or S3 is normal in children but not in older populations as it may be associated with heart failure (Huffman, 2012). An S3 is normally a silent event that 's associated with volume or ventricular filling. Heard immediately after S2, an easy way to remember is by pronouncing the word “Kentucky”: S1 is “ken,” S2 is “tuck,”…

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  • Reflection Paper On Art Of Active Listening

    The song begins with a guitar and some form of a shaker instrument. After a few seconds, a drum joins in and keeps the instruments in harmony while providing the beat for the other instruments to follow. The late addition of the drums was definitely unexpected and is the reason why the dynamics change. The chorus changes the texture of the song when certain words are sung by Johnson. Some of the words that create a change are knowing, human, moments, and trying. These four words are stretched…

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  • Angie's Dungarees: A Short Story

    smooth, some choppy, some big, some small, some quiet, some loud. The waves inspired her. They were at peace. Angie wished that she too, could be a wave, rolling in, so gracefully. She believed that if she could be a wave, rolling in, that she would be free! She sighed, breathed, and smiled, at the thought of rolling in like a wave. As she sat there, she heard that familiar sound of the heart beat, a constant thumping. She stood up to listen and leaned her ear toward the sound. She decided to…

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  • Rap Music And Eminem's Space Bound

    Rap music has to be the most influential thing ever to be made. Rap is classified to me as rhythm and poetry, therefore, I believe that anyone who can write a poem and have rhythm to go with it, it’s rap. When I was younger, I never actually understood music, and a perfect example of this is Eminem’s song called Space Bound. I knew the lyrics by heart when I was about 12, but I never understood. So this is why I’m writing this essay, to show you how to (or explain how I learned to) read into rap…

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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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  • Jazz Concert Report Essay

    them far more difficult. In this report, I will be discussing the pieces I heard that night at the performance. As a side note, though I have gone to the concert, my memories of every detail in the pieces are a bit hazy since I was not able to recored the performance. For this reason I will be using professional recordings of the songs off of JWPepper to help with this report, while also tying in information about the live performance. The first selection of the night was “Loose Change” by…

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  • Calligraphy In Islamic Culture

    Ali ibn Abi Talib was a great calligrapher and artist. The use and importance of Islamic calligraphy grew rapidly after his extensive development of the art. Muslims are cautioned against producing illustrations of living beings, therefore much of Islamic art is calligraphic. Although it is not seriously considered a real art form by many western societies, Islamic calligraphy is essential to its own culture because of its crucial role in religion, architecture, and creating unity among Muslims.…

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  • Human Phenomenon Analysis

    plain, boring, square or rectangle buildings. Listening to music Rhythm, Melody, and Harmony Rhythm is to be the most important part of music. It has to deal with the timing, beats, and silence that are in each piece of music. When we listen to music there is a beat to each song that can be pleasing to listen to. Tempo is the speed of the beats that we listen to. When reading this chapter about Rhythm I had a better understanding of music notes. I learned about the rhythm and beat that happens…

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  • Reflection And Tranquility In William Wordsworth's Daffodils

    “Flash upon my inward eye”: The Role of Reflection and Tranquility in William Wordsworth’s “Daffodils” In his preface to Lyrical Ballads, William Wordsworth famously writes that “all good poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings” (Wordsworth, Wu 509). However, it is important to note that he modifies this statement by adding that “though this be true, Poems to which any value can be attached were never produced on any variety of subjects but by a man who, being possessed of…

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  • Café La Maze Concert Report

    It started with a soft and slow tempo that became more fast over time. The initial melody had syncopation that made you want to dance slowly side to side; it was quite a slow romantic song. The drums kept a steady soft 3/3 beat. After the initial melody, the vocalist started singing lyrics that incorporated the title of the song. His voice was a little hard to understand, at times it sounded as if he had a really thick accent or as if he was mumbling the lyrics. Even though it was difficult to…

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