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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7bqootR6rs The products impact and effect on the audience. The audience type that will be watching this music video released by Spinnin’ Records are going to be in the C1, D and E brackets of socio economic status. I have found this to be correct as in theses brackets it will tend to be a much younger audience than in the other brackets, and from my research I have found that the average age for listening is around 24 and a good majority are under this age, therefore they will not be in the top level of earnings or in high management at these ages. The audience theory that is contingent to the music video will be social, people may discuss their views on the music video and song with their friends. Emotional…

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    Music Video Analysis

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    Introduction: My report will include a timeline detailing the development of music videos, a full explanation of the different purposes of music video, a brief overview of the accepted styles and conventions within music videos and I will also examine 3 very different music videos with a comprehensive explanation on each. Timeline of music videos: In 1894, the first example of illustrated songs were made, 'Little Lost Child' was created by Edward B. Marks and Joseph W. Stern. The sheet music…

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    friends have gotten from playing this music has inspired me to want to compose music. This experience highlights that composing music brings many people joy, helps, and inspires them. As a music composer, one could compose for animation, video games, or movies, to have fun composing while affecting humanity. One profession that involves composing music is an animation score writer. All types of music has its style and rules, and animation scores are no different. Musical scores for animation…

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    A Music Video Analysis

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    Music has always played a big role in my life. Having been a dancer since the age of three I have come to appreciate and interpret many styles of music. As a dancer, I am able to use the music in a way that tells a story and portrays a certain emotion. Music much like dance is both an art form while still being able to fall into everyday life. I would define music as an expression of one 's emotions summed up in a two minute composition. I can definitely say I have personally had an aesthetic…

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    with the style and fashion, “experimenting with the emergent medium for some time and arrived with stylish videos in hand” (Cateforis 54). Unlike American bands, these British bands had already adapted to a style suitable for television. After punk music, British bands kept the electronic instruments and “distinctions between automated and human performance were increasingly blurred” (Goodwin 32). At concerts, British bands played their already recorded electronic music, “integrating the…

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    Our topic is the depiction of women in music videos over the last thirty five years (1980s to now). We chose this topic because we were interested in seeing if the image of women in music videos has changed since the first music video was released in the 1980s. We chose to focus on music videos because they are an important part of the music industry, especially in the department of sales. Music videos increase the sales of songs as well as be viewed by millions of people around the world. Music…

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    myself to pay full attention to Dr. Giorgio’s lecture. He stood in front of 200+ students and lectured us about “Seeing music”. As the lecture progressed to the topic about sexuality and music, he projected a YouTube video featuring the famous guitarist of the 1970s, Jimi Hendrix. The video was recorded at Miami in 1968, where Hendrix is performed one of his best-known songs “Foxey Lady” to a crowd of audience. This video recording of Hendrix surprised me, and there are several of reasons why. I…

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    everything we see can be influenced by the media. Overwhelmed with many types of media, music videos are just one area of this culture that can portray many perspectives about race, gender and culture by visual images and audio displayed to the audience from the elderly to the young. To the youth, these music videos are at the forefront of the culture entertainment and the more popular it is, this indicates the shared cultural values shared among them in society. But in doing so, videos are…

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    Beyone Music Video

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    In the music video “Formation,” Beyonce makes is seen dominant and carries herself in a sophisticated manner. Beyonce and her backup dancers are all wearing outfits that are body hugging and that flatters their body. All of them had curves and big and poofy hair that embracing her culture. Beyonce expresses power in her outfits, but also in her walk and how she presents herself. In every scene of the music video, she was a dominant character, representing power and having high status. The…

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    Thigh gaps, long legs, flawless skin, silky hair, seductive, submissive, the picture of ideal femininity is constantly portrayed in music videos and is quite difficult to obtain in real life. The majority of women cannot meet the standards that are set by the music industry. Some may argue that there are plenty of successful female artists who are not sexually exploited in music videos, however, most of these successful artists do not meet the physical ideals that society establishes. For…

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