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  • Guitar History

    The guitar comes a long way in history. The actual Spanish vihuela is obviously a great advanced form relating to the ancestral guitar along with the modern electric guitar, as well as lute-style tuning as well as a tiny, however guitar-like shape. Instrument-makers together with acoustic guitar music begun to thrive within Europe. Musical instruments, virtually comparable to what we often called the "guitar" already are famous between 400-500 decades. The guitar includes a very beautiful background A lot of people find guitar a nice piece of instrument. There are people who give you a paid guitar tutorial. If it 's way beyond your budget, you can have a guitar sessions for free, but with a friend of yours who know how to play guitar, that…

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  • Sandra Bland Case

    The case involving Sandra Bland and the Texas trooper Brian T. Encinia has been analyzed but the proof of Bland’s death still remains a mystery today. The case involving Bland and Encinia started when she was pulled over during a traffic stop. Encinia and Bland both escalated the situation that led to her arrest and later death. I think they are both guilty in their actions of making things worse during the traffic stop. In the past when people have been put in jail some have died there.…

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  • Music Research Papers

    with changes in social norms and technologies. After the Second World War, electric guitars were being produced in large numbers and they quickly became popular among the teens. They wanted to recreate the sound they were hearing from well-known bands of the time, which increased demand for electric guitars, electric basses, and drums. The reason why electric guitars were popular was because it was easy to learn and master them, did not require an advanced level of skill, did not require…

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  • Observation Of Kaleidoscope

    never ending pattern will repeat itself over and over again, it always seems new each time it 's picked up and looked at. The band “Kaleidoscope” also captures many of these same feelings. The group takes several instruments from different parts of the world that most would never consider to be played together and make them blend together in an almost seamless manner. The three performers, Bill Douglas, Ty Burhoe, and Sandra Wong each from a very different musical background although they all…

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  • Concert Report: Marty Liquori Concert

    several jazz songs with his friend Vic Donnell. They performed a variety of songs from blues, jazz roll, to bebop etc. Marty Liquori was the guitarist and his friend Vic Donnell the Keyboardist. Then the concert took a musical break and later they were joined by vocalist Patti Markoch where she sung a few songs while they played. Every songs will be listed below, including style with a brief description. The first song that they performed was “Alice in Wonderland,” it was executed in a jazz roll…

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  • American Music Vs Country Music

    Country music is a genre of the United States popular music that has originated in the Southern and Southeastern United States in the year of 1920. Country music takes the roots of several music genres from the southeastern part of the United States known as Blues music, folk music, and western music. Country music often consists of ballads and dance tunes. Country music features instruments such as banjos, mandolins, guitars, fiddles, harmonicas, accordions, dulcimers, acoustic bass, jaw harp,…

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  • Favorite Song Analysis Essay

    The melody, harmony and overall structure is fantastic, however being a musician, I automatically gravitate towards the musicianship. It just simply amazing to hear musicians who are the best at what they do and how they can make the simplest piece of music into a master piece. From the style of Clarence “Mac” on electric piano, which I mentioned early, to Ray Parker Jr. on guitar, who plays the guitar the way it should be played, not too loud but you know he’s there. Playing the electric bass…

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  • Tin Pan Alley's Lasting Impact On Popular Music

    it named ‘Tin Pan Alley’? • In the first half of the 20th century, the primary way of selling music was sheet music. Tin Pan Alley was a name given to those who were in the sheet music business: writers and publishers. About a hundred years ago, Tin Pan Alley got its start in New York City. Because of the many song writers plunking out their song ideas on rows of pianos sounded like a bunch of people banging tin cans, the locals began to call this Tin Pan Alley. 2. Who was Les Paul? What…

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  • The Suzuki Method

    The idea of a String Methods class in undergraduate study is to explore the different approaches that happen around the world. There will be some methods more renowned than others, and of course, those will prevail and outshine the rest. However, this class will go into specific details of the classical instruments like Violin, Viola, Cello, and String Bass and how they are used throughout these String Methods. Consequently, these string instruments play a huge role in the music world around us;…

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  • Middle Eastern Music Analysis: Sands Of Arabia

    background music, or just to sing along to in the show. For my first piece, I chose Japanese Metal. The song is titled ‘Megitsune” by the group Baby Metal. The song uses very heavy electronic beats along with deep- sounding electric guitar riffs and traditional Japanese folk music. The piece was also very syncopated and upbeat.The first few seconds it gave the impression that it was just going to be pure electric beats. As the song progressed, It fused into a very heavy hard metal sound.…

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