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  • Do You Want To Build A Snowman Analysis

    The movie features several hit songs written by Robert and Kristen Anderson-Lopez. Ever since the movie premiered, people everywhere have been singing these songs. The first song is “Frozen Heart.” It’s simple and foreshadows dangers of ice. A lot of people tend to forget about this song, but I really enjoy it. The backgrounds and animation are beautiful to watch. Next is “Do You Want to Build A Snowman.” It’s kind of a solo, since Anna is the only one who sings, but Elsa and the king both speak…

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  • Musical Exoticism Analysis

    Differentiating Musical Exoticism Musical exoticism comes from the influence of non-European elements, often imitating styles from other cultures as a way to differ from the customs of the audience and creators. The motives for exoticism lie on a spectrum, ranging from pure exoticism to transcultural composing. Pure exoticism includes “othering” a subject, labeling them as different from one’s own group (Lecture 5/16). On the other hand, transcultural composing uses both non-western and western…

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  • Disadvantages Of Headphones

    Whether you need some quality headphones for private listening at home or work or you just want some great-looking accessories that can help you express your personal style, you must know that there are hundred of models which can help you satisfy your needs. With so much variety in headphone style, it's impossible not to find a model that works for you. There are various types of headphones available on the market, and each one of these small units comes with an advanced technology and various…

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  • Dziga Vertov's Theory Of Montage In Cinema

    extending a filmic movement by using another shot placed in the same filmic continuity, even if this second shot has been recorded elsewhere or in another time. Like in symphonic music, with recurrent themes and patterns declined over the length of the musical piece, intervals in cinema enable to create plays of rimes and echoes, not only within a single film, but also in a whole cinematic production. Using the metaphor of music, film intervals could be used as gaps…

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  • Reflection Of Hip-Hop: My Favorite Genre Of Music

    identify as a Black American male because my ancestor are ascendants of slavery. As I reflect on my choice in music, I discovered how my life experiences, family history, location, and social circle influenced my selection. The strongest influence on my musical preference is my family and out very interesting history. My mom was raised in a very urban part of Atlanta, she watched both of her parents be addicted to drugs and even witnessed her own brother be shot to death. As a result, my mom…

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  • Bagpipe Band Analysis

    1. Hire a Professional Bagpipe Bands in Delhi Celebrations of any event whether it is small or big one is not complete without the presence of the music. To make the celebrations people always look to arrange for the best entertainment that will make the event enjoyable and memorable for the guests. Well, there is a huge selection of the entertainment out there to choose from. If one really want to make their event a hit and impress their guests then it is imperative to choose something unique…

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  • Hairspray: Musical Analysis

    In the musical production Hairspray, there were various differences in acting styles, technical elements, and demands of the actor in comparison to plays in general. With Hairspray being a movie that I had watched on Netflix, it was obviously not live and this also contributes to the differences of going to an actual live production in a theater. These differences help us distinguish between the realities of the products of a musical and the products of a play. Hairspray’s acting styles were…

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  • Ragtime Analysis Essay

    Premiering in 1997, the musical Ragtime, written by the trio of Terrence McNally (Book/Script), Stephen Flaherty (Music), and Lynn Ahrens (Lyrics) was something along the lines of a smash hit. Featuring a star studded cast, with such luminaries as Brian Stokes Mitchell, Marin Mazzie, and Audra McDonald, the musical won four Tony Awards and was nominated for 14, including Best Musical. The musical is based on E.L. Doctorow’s 1974 novel Ragtime, a work of historical fiction that has various…

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  • Heartless Poem Analysis

    In the song “Heartless”, Kanye uses a slow, sentimental beat while carrying on an auto tune sound that would be very uplifting. A slow heartbeat-like beat in the background, after the first few seconds a fast paced piano comes in. The rapping starts to pick up its pace and the lyrics get sadder. Kanye Wests Heartless has been considered a masterpiece, and in my opinion it has been. Various artists had rarely used the auto-tuned sound, and Kanye brings it back with recent album “The College…

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  • George Balanchine's Apollo Musagete Analysis

    In 1960, a telecast was recorded featuring George Balanchine’s Apollo Musagete. It was premiered on a DVD later released with the name New York City Ballet in Montreal, Vol. 5. This version of Apollo was choreographed by George Balanchine. The score for Apollo was done by Igor Stravinsky. The performance was done by Jacques d’Amboise, Melissa Hayden, Jillana, and Patricia Neary (New York City Ballet). This recording of Apollo emphasized George Balanchine’s aesthetic of ballet. In the…

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