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    Beethoven's Life And Music

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    in Beethoven 's music serve a coherent whole. As an example of this, he cites the famously premature horn call in the first movement of the Eroica as an expression not of some personal whim but of Beethoven 's overmastering sense for form. 37 Here we observe Beethoven 's music becoming more and more objective, the personal idiosyncrasies of his musical style heard more and more as supra-individual, natural forces. Beethoven enjoyed pride of place in Halm 's grand view of the forces of music history. Halm understood instrumental music to be the highest testimony to the viability and power of music. And within instrumental music, he distinguished two great "cultures": the fugal and concerto forms of Bach, and the sonata forms of Beethoven and Bruckner. He described sonata form as the "conclusive form of great music." 38 It is an altogether higher Gestaltung, for in its dramatic temporality and a priori 284 Scott Burnham finitude it comes closest to life itself. As Halm exclaims: "This is a truly living music; this is earthly life!"39 As a life force, Beethoven 's music counts as a natural phenomenon, but it is emphatically not to be heard as nature allowed to run riot. In the sentence that concludes Halm 's book we hear that Beethoven 's great achievement is to have formed a great unity out of the metamorphosing temporality of life: "Where Beethoven succeeded- and succeeded so perfectly that we can practically grasp the idea with our hands -was in [ creating] a music of phases,…

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    Tata Nano Case Study

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    CASE BRIEF – TATA NANO DESCRIPTION Tata developed and started manufacturing Tata Nano, “the cheapest car in the world”, and has to decide the level of production capacity. Should Tata be conservative risking to cede market to competitors or should they make an aggressive commitment? EVALUATIONS Tata worked years to develop a ULCC (Ultra Low Cost Car) targeting the bottom end of the pyramid of the Indian population. The development of Tata Nano was based on 3 main targets: cost lower than Rs 1…

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    Car Finder Analysis

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    A Dad’s Gotta Do What a Dad’s Gotta DO Briton Hyundai developed a hilarious commercial, staring Kevin Hart, to be released during the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl as entertainment for all of those crazy, overprotective parents out there. Hyundai released the Car Finder commercial during the 2016 Super Bowl in order to promote the new feature in front of all those overprotective parents watching Super Bowl commercials. Every parent wants to protect their children, especially when they…

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    (Heninger, 2003, p.1). This composition always makes a powerful impression to the people that listen to it”(Heninger, 2003, p.1). During the 19th century, a Russian critic listened to the symphony and the “turmoil of passion, the desires and regrets of an unhappy love” (Heninger, 2003, p.1) “was all he could hear in it. Unlike Robert Schumann that heard the “Grecian lightness and grace” (Heninger, 2003, p.1). According to Alfred Einstein this symphony is characterized as “heroically tragic”…

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    The lady that composed this piece is actually the mother of the woman that was playing violin. I thought this was very cool and you could tell that this piece meant a lot to her. This piece is from the modern era as it was wrote in 2012. The piece itself was written to represent the landscape of Wallah Wallah, Washington. This was the place of a musical festival that she and her husband had founded. The landscape was supposed to be beautiful fields filled with golden grasses. The piece used…

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    The nineteenth century was a very important time for music, an age often defined by two composers - Ludwig van Beethoven and Gioachino Rossini. These two composers represented and were key to the development of that era’s musical powerhouses, German instrumental music and Italian opera respectively. Despite the composers’ similar importance to their respective genres, Beethoven and Rossini are often viewed as polar opposites with Beethoven reigning as superior; however, the veracity and…

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    Schumann attempted to contribute funds for construction. For Schumann, his project was not only to create a physical memorial “to the composer whom he revered” but also a musical memorial. Geck places heavy emphasis on the role of Beethoven on Schumann, going so far as to equate cadential resolution in the C major first movement to the appearance of “Beethoven as a figure of light.” He notes that Clara “functions as an anchor” for Robert, but it is Beethoven which “helped Schumann to survive the…

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    C and F, 2 trumpets in C, timpani and strings. The form of the piece is comprised of 4 movements. The first movement (Adagio molto) opens up with a slow 12 bar introduction containing a dominant chordal movement relative to the tonal center of G Major but with suggestions of an F major as a possible tonal center. One can gain a great sense of dominant tension throughout, and there is never a strong representation of the C Major tonic. There is modulation throughout stating the dominant of G…

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    3.3 Piano Figuration 3.3.1 Use of Percussive Figuration Prokofiev first used percussive figuration in Sarcasms Op. 17 and Toccata Op. 11 written in the same year. At the beginning of Sarcasms, the Tempestoso is depicted by the percussive introduction. The harsh percussive sound in the interval of the augmented fourth is not only reinforced by ff, but also projects an intense emotion. The dynamic contrast in the first four measures further heightens the intensity. Ex. 3.9 Sarcasms Op. 17 No. 1…

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    styles. His compositional style combines American popular and church music tradition. The Church music traditions of his youth with European and American popular style are blending together in his various compositions. Charles Ives’ String Quartet No.1 was composed in 1896 when he was a 21 years and a sophomore student at Yale University. The piece composed for standard string quartet which consists of two violins, viola, and cello. The sequence of movement of this piece seems like typical…

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