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    study music more in depth. Under the influence of Roland Kohloff, he began to study drums. During this time, he was introduced to music prior to 1750 also known as the Baroque period. A few years later he would found himself studying philosophy at Cornell University as his primary major. While at Cornell, he would attend William Austin’s music source. After completing four years at Cornell he moved back to New York where he would privately study composition for a year then at Julliard School for the next three years. Immediately after he would moved out to California where he would obtain a Masters degree in composition from Mills College. Two years after getting his Masters Degree, he would go on create his first work of music called “It’s Gonna Rain.” This work of art was seen as an experimental project, by looping a portion of a speech over a beat. The song eventually progresses into two different loops, the second loop deriving from the first one. He used two different machine to create this loop, a listener can note that the pace of the loop increases as you six minutes into the mixture. This was Steve’s first work of music as a minimalist. He is highly accredited from the tape-based technique of looping and phasing portions of speeches. Reich’s impact on music is enormous, hip hop, pop music and jazz would not be the same without him. You can take out a single element from a current day song but if you were to exclude that same song from loops the sounds would sound…

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    Mitali, Tatiana, and I were all on our phones. Little did we know, it was about to rain. When the rain was starting to come down hard, we all ran for cover. It kept on raining so Mitali had an idea, to go to her house. “Let’s take a shortcut.” said Mitali. We all agreed with Mitali’s idea, and went through the woods. “I think we’re lost.” said Mitali. We all sat in the woods, and it was freezing. I was still worried about the situation. I was so scared I had an anxiety attack. We all went…

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    gloomy - A low-lying mist covered the entire harbor, obscuring from view the forts and any ship that might dare sail in those conditions. The aroma of salt was stronger than usual in the air- Allie inhaled deeply before she sat down to drink her coffee. Mary O’Toole had warned her that the weather was getting bad out when she brought her coffee up. “A storms a brewing for sure,” said Mary. Allie did not mind the rain, but if the wind was blowing very hard, she would not be able to sit outside;…

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    He walks out the front door and sees her, looking up at the sky and standing in the middle the road, with the rain pouring down over her. Her wet hair hugs her body like a long lost friend, the ice-cold crystal droplets clinging to her frosty skin and dampening her clothes, as she stares above. Its hard for him to tell why she ran out and it is even more difficult to discern between her tears and the rain on her face. "Melinda what are you doing?" He yells out to her as lightning lights up the…

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    In The Merchant of Venice, William Shakespeare shows that he encourages the anti-Semitism and racism of the time. This is first shown through the choosing of the caskets of who will marry a fair lady named Portia.. Secondly, the language that is used by the characters when they are referring to Shylock. Lastly, the punishment of Shylock near the end of the play. Therefore, Shakespeare shows that he encourage the racism of the time. One reason that demonstrated how Shakespeare encouraged…

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    to feed their stock. Grazing and pasture becomes abundant during raining seasons. In the drier months, grazing fields wither, but pasture recovers shortly during the raining season, and animal population surges during this season. In time, climate change conditions such as rain shortages and prolonged periods of drought, coupled with a population upsurge in the herding communities increases to such a degree that overgrazing lead to an irreversible land deterioration. Thus, the carrying…

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    She recognizes that smell of the wet earth just after it rains. The aroma that can be smelt through open windows or by the whiff that hits you when you walk outside the door, the ground still wet, water still dripping from the leaves of flowers and trees. Drip…Drop. Drip…Drop. That remained Nora’s favourite thing in the world. She stepped outside just after the rain had ceased and just consumed the smell of something so natural that it cannot be stopped by any living human or machine…

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    As the sky darkened, the murky clouds rapidly rolled in and it was clear my family and I as well as the other visitors would soon be stranded on the island. The thunder, lightning, and heavy rain was swiftly moving towards shore and the island’s visitors were hastily running for shelter. Among all the frantic people; toddlers were weeping, intoxicated people were swearing, and it seemed as if everyone was murmuring their dissatisfaction in the evacuation process. As the storm slowly passed, the…

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    There are advantages and disadvantages to moving during specific times of year. If you can pick when you move, it is important to consider the pros and cons. For example, moving during the summer may result in having a harder time getting a good deal on a moving company. Winter moves may require driving in the snow. Picking when you are going to move is not always possible, particularly if a job requires you to move at a specific time. If, though, you have the option to decide exactly when…

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    The Rain Bird Analysis

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    The story begins with rainfall, creating an ominous mood, forshadowing a fortokeing event. Within the text rain symbolizes change because the main character transforms from a human to a bird. Societally rain symbolizes the individuality and uniqueness present in America. The disparity between raindrops represent American people and their different cultures, livelihoods, or beliefs.I chose to make the main character in the story a bird to symbolize freedom and independence. These are two ideals I…

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