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  • Dragonetti's Accomplishments

    Dragonetti spent much of his life experimenting on the bass, working to perfect its capabilities. In his younger days he had sampled both the four string and the three string basses but preferred the three string which he would tune in various ways. He was one of the first to drop the tuning from A- D- G to G- D- G, giving him access to lower pitches. When he played Der Freischütz he would lower the A string down to F# for the first two movements. His hard work and experimentations with the bass…

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  • Why Is Music Important To Me

    In my life, there have been many different experiences that have shaped and molded me into the person that I am today. I have to believe that music has played an important role in forming the essence of who I am. Three of the most important things that music has taught me are the importance of family, how to be dedicated, and how music can affect one’s spirituality. Music has opened many doors for me, and it has allowed me to view life in different ways than most people my age are able to. Music…

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  • The Platters Only You Analysis

    accompaniment. This song is about a love story, whole music is in a brisk mood. The lead singer was sing the whole story and accompany were flow the lead singer, deeper voice and with the rhythm of doo and sh- boom. However the main musical instrument is guitar. Shake rattle and roll by Jor Tumer is type of rock and roll. Whole music is solo by a male singer who is Jor Tumer. The music with the dynamic male voice which is kind uses special man’s deep voice to sing in the high cadence voice, is…

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  • Miles Davis So What Analysis

    part of the song “Sivad” by Miles Davis. During the 9’13” mark in the song “Sivad”, there is a sporadic playing coming from the electric guitar as the rest of the band played their instruments with certain amount of calmness to it[]. This contrast allows the electric guitar to sound even more out of a place in the song which ultimately creates the electric guitar to hold such feeling of fierce intensity. [] Although in “Homage for Charles Moffett” there is no rhythm section performed by the…

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  • Heavy Metal Music Analysis

    Music is the international medium that can link both mind and soul. From sophisticated, well drawn out classical music, to drums and rocks in Aboriginal tribes in Africa, music is a natural and seemingly God-given talent we all possess. “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent,” it is supernatural yet so uniquely human simultaneously (Hugo). Music elicits response; one main response it draws out is in-depth analysis. As popular as music is, music…

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  • Music In Popular Culture Essay

    For centuries, people have found some sort of comfort/aid in the various genres and sounds of music. Although, with these different genres of music, people with different backgrounds can listen to something they can relate to, or maybe something that makes them feel good. Throughout the years, music has changed for both the good and not-so good, from bringing kids closer to God, to including more vulgarity. Those are just some of the ways music has changed within popular culture. Music is also…

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  • Jazz Improvisation Ensemble Concert Report

    Ernie” by Fred Lacey, and “Lyresto” by Kenny Burrell. For the in depth discussion, I have chosen to focus on “Chicken Dog” by Scofield. This piece by Scofield featured a quintet type ensemble that had Victoria Batta on flute, Joseph Buschatzke on guitar, Benjamin Purper on electric bass, Daniel Murphy on…

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  • Rock Music Vs Classical Music Essay

    Think of music, think of how it makes people feel when they listen to it. Sounds are vibrations that allow for humans to hear. The sounds people hear can be disliked, like the sound of nails on a chalk broad, or enjoyed, like the sounds of rain falling. Music is just like sound but with words and a specific type of rhythm. In the same way as sound certain people can hate classical music but can like rock music. Classical and rock music are classified into different types of genres. Genres are…

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  • Biography Of Taylor Swift

    A strong theme throughout Swift’s work is her need to draw from personal experience in order to author her music – a theme, which many would argue makes her relatable, authentic, and the key to much of her success. For this discussion it is beneficial to look at Swift’s role as author through the eyes of theorist Roland Barthes: “(b)ook and author stand automatically on a single line divided into a before and an after. The Author is thought to nourish the book, which is to say that he exists…

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  • Breathless And Burdened: Article Analysis

    Chris Hamby proved that muckraking does still exist today. His article “Breathless and Burdened” exposed that law firms such as the Jackson Kelly law firm has cheated thousands of miners of benefits for black lung disease. Chris Hamby’s article shows that muckraking does still exist in 2016 in newspaper as demonstrated by Chris Hamby’s article “Breathless and Burdened”. Chris Hamby is the author of “Breathless and Burdened” and a noted journalist. Chris Hamby went to the University of Missouri…

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