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    The Imbalance Of Yin Yang

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    Without the black or white keys on a piano, the sounds created will never be rich nor harmonious. Just like the keys, everything in life comes in duos. Without one another, the other can’t exist because together, duality forms a whole. Similarly, energy is needed during the day, but inactivity is necessary during the night to recharge. No human would survive deprived of warmth in the cold, but none would exist either if left without coolness in the heat. What may seem as opposite forces are in…

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    Jog Research Papers

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    Khanh Pham Megan Quilliam September 29, 2015 World Music 2772 Anoushka Shankar - Indian Classical Raga - Jog Raga is a melodic mode that is included in traditional Indian music. A raga has around five to nine music notes, however, the notes themselves are not as important as how they are laid out and expressed through the music. Traditionally, ragas are strictly associated with other factors such as seasons, time of the day, etc. Ravi Shankar is a musician who introduced Indian classical…

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    I just got back from “Master in Gesang”. Out of all the music academies, my son Benjamin insisted on that music academy. He thought he might be successful if he followed his father’s steps. I told him that I was there 12 years ago. I mean they’re definitely more and better academies today. We passed by Oslo’s kaffebar before going to the academy. We sat down and I started talking about my journey in Master in Gesang. He showed many different expressions like being shocked. I also think he had…

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    The Concise Oxford Dictionary defines music as "the art of combining vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion" (Concise Oxford Dictionary 1992). However, the music genres known as Noise music and Musique concrète, for instance, challenge these ideas about what constitutes music's essential attributes by using sounds not widely considered as musical, like randomly produced electronic distortion, feedback, static, cacophony, and…

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    Elizabethan Music Music has been around for many millenia. Given that, the Elizabethans enjoyed their fair share of music. They had music that would play in churches and they also had music that would play throughout shows in the theater. A lot of the time there would be festivals where musicians play at. Music was a large part of their society and they were known to celebrate music and use it for many different occasions. They had court music, church music, town music, street music, and even…

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    Handel Vs. Bach Two of the greatest composers who still comfort us today, with their compositions are J.S Bach and G.F Handel. Their influence can be found in mainstream media throughout the world today. Their compositions can still be heard by anyone. Whether it be through: television commercials, opera concerts, or relaxation therapy. It is evident that their music has influence the lives of many people throughout the centuries. These two men were great through their unique styles of music,…

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    Graphic Organizer Hook Let’s start at the very beginning; a very good place to start. Meaning the beginning of my life course! Background Info/ Intro Hi! I'm Julie Andrews! I was born October, 1, 1935 in Walton-On-Thames, Surrey, England, UK, to Barbara and Ted Wells. When I was just a small girl, My parents got divorced. My mother wanted to pursue a life on the stage as a pianist. She remarried to Ted Andrews when I was around seven or eight. My new stepfather, Ted, was a professional…

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    Bach 1st Movement Analysis

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    J.S Bach, who born in 1686 and died in 1750, was the first one who deals with contrapuntal counterpoint. Today, I’m going to talk about the 1st movement & second movement of Brandenburg Concerto No.2. Brandenburg Concertos were written by Bach, while he worked at Cothen. Baroque Concerto is a small group of soloists pitted against a larger group of players called tutti, which consists mainly the string instruments, with a harpsichord as a basso continuo. 1st movement of this concerto is in…

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    The Choir Originally, in Yiddish, Der Mitteler Rebbe's Kapelye), a nigun composed by the Mittler Rebbe's choir. The nigun was endeared by the Rebbe.. The Mitteler Rebbe was very fond of the choir and was involved in managing its affairs through various instructions regarding their playing, and even used it several times to carry out spiritual activities. There choir had two divisions: vocalists, and musicians. When they played on weekdays, it was similar to the service of the Leviim in the…

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    James Horner Biography

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    Chapter 1: Composer’s Biography James Horner was born on August 14, 1953, in Los Angeles, California. James died on June 22, 2015 at the age of 61 because of a plane crash. In James’ early life, he lived in London, where James went to school at The Royal College of Music. When James later came back to America he decided to go to Verde Valley School in Sedona, Arizona. This is the school where he later got his bachelor’s degree in music. James started to play the piano when he was five. His…

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