Hindustani classical music

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  • Beatboxing And The Saxophone: Music Analysis

    mash up of Hip-Hop and Classical Indian music. This is obvious from the name of the concert, but from the web it states the artist that will be performing will “present a collaborative works mixing genres of music to each of the cultural upbringing and exploring spaces between classical Indian, acoustic hip-hop, and Go-Go from D.C. (NisthaRaj).” Now it will be interesting to see how the artist are able to mash the two styles together as one is very strict with a governing set of rules while the other is a mix of many different genres of music. Nistha Raj is an American Citizen born into an Indian background. When she was…

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  • Personal Narrative: My First Classical Music Concert

    I stood nervously backstage while waiting for the orchestra to finish getting seated for our last concert of the season. I peeked through the curtains and saw a blur of dark unfamiliar faces, all waiting for the music to start. I quickly looked back from the curtain and my hands started to get clammy. My chest felt tight and the butterflies in my stomach would not quit fluttering. “Why did I sign up for this?” I thought uneasily. Suddenly, I felt a hand on my shoulder. I looked up to see my…

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  • Thomas Jefferson Short Biography

    fathers’ library, reading and learning all he could from his father, he then taught himself how to play the violin. He also mastered Greek and Latin. Tragically, on August 1757 suddenly Peter died, leaving Thomas at the young age of fourteen, destitute with no one qualified to guide him. Trying to recollect his father’s death, Thomas finally faced the unbelievable fact that his father was no longer there to teach, love, or keep him from beginning a life of poverty; he finally realized his future…

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  • Wilhelm Wagner Biography Essay

    four-part, 18-hour Ring Cycle, as well as for his anti-semitic writings, which, posthumously, made him a favorite of Adolf Hitler. There is evidence that Wagner's music was played at the Dachau concentration camp to "re-educate" the prisoners. As a young boy, Wagner attended school in Dresden, Germany. He did not show aptitude in music and, in fact, his teacher said he would "torture the piano in a most abominable fashion." But he was ambitious from a young age. When he was 11 years old, he…

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  • Stevie Wonder Research Paper

    Stevie Wonder, one musician that sees the world through music, not eyes. Stevie went through many hard times with his disability. He overcame his disabilities by doing what he loves most. From Singing to Harmonica to Piano, Stevie showed how much he loved the vocal and instrumental arts. Stevie was blind his entire life. The young super star was born May 13,1950, in Saginaw, Michigan. By the age of 13 he began to sing to his hearts content. He attended Detroit, Public Schools. Growing up was…

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  • Reflective Essay On Classical Music

    knowledge would not be properly adequate for what we are doing. What we learn and how we learned during this semester changed the way I look at performance. Whether that is in a good or bad way, my perception has developed into a different state of mind. The way I now look at live and remote music recording has been developed slowly throughout this semester. That idea simply goes to show you how an independent way of learning can effect a learning environment. The ability to have that type of…

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  • Beethoven In C Minor Analysis

    When I received this assignment I automatically knew that I would choose between Ludwig Van Beethoven or Johann Sebastian Bch. Both very great composer with very great works of music, but my composer of choice is going to be Ludwig Van Beethoven. Beethoven’s piece of music composed that I choose as well is The Symphony No. 5 in C Minor. Ludwig Van Beethoven was born in Bonn, the Capital of the Electorate of Cologne and part of the Holy Roman Empire. Still to this day there is uncertainty of the…

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  • Mozart And Ludwig Van Beethoven And Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Ludwig van Beethoven are two of the most greatest, well known composers of all time. They’ve created some very outstanding and magnificent pieces of music that have been listened to for centuries. Though these two artists were both very vital in music history, each having the same rare gift of amazing music ability, the way they composed were very unique when compared to each other. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756 in a small city called Salzburg, Austria. He became known as…

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Widely considered to be one of the prime examples in music history besides Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is none other than Ludwig van Beethoven. Exceptionally known for being a child prodigy, struggle during his childhood, inevitable loss of hearing and also breaking out of the norms from the Classical Period and venturing out to the Romantic Era in European music, with him being the first. With no doubt, Beethoven has left his own mark on the World and is still one of the most respected and…

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  • Beethoven's Fifth Symphony

    The one composer that music today can thank for all of the brilliance and genius he has composed is none other than Ludwig van Beethoven. During the classical era, there was a new sense of subjectivity, proportion, order, and simplicity. It was a time of the Enlightenment, a time of reason and the experimentation with trial and error. All men were created equal, and were given a voice on matters that needed to be handled. This was also the time of the Industrial Revolution, where new machines…

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