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  • Bach's Prelude And Fugue Analysis

    performance. Compare to 17th centuries, in harpsichord it doesn’t no matter how hard or soft you hit the key, because harpsichord is a plucked keyboard instrument, which lacks independent touch sensitivity; the variety of dynamic is affected by changes in musical content, articulation, and time inflection. I, The pivot finger-thumb The thumb has the most power, broadest, and shortest and Bach think thumb is best used immediately before black keys. For scale playing by modern piano playing, I…

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  • Pat Conroy: How Music Enhances Physical Development

    (Gardner-Neblett, N., & Gallagher, K. C., 2013) Learning process that involve musical activities develop children awareness on sounds that may help them later on with phonological awareness that relates to sounds found in speech (Activities to develop speech and language skills, 2015). 2. Music enhances physical development. Students…

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  • Where You Are Moana Analysis

    can have many purposes. It can change the mood of the audience, alert them to danger, or even be used to give exposition of the story to the audience. The latter, along with its variation, such as a monologue delivered in song, are used to create musicals--a genre used by Disney since its very beginning. For this journal I watched Disney’s Moana to see how it used music to move the plot, and influence its audience. The song “Where You Are” is used in Moana to tell exposition and to forward…

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  • West Side Story Musical Analysis

    Jerome Robbins' suggested the idea of developing a musical based off of the story of Romeo and Juliet to Leonard Bernstein in January of 1949 (originally proposed title: East Side Story, set in the less privileged areas of New York at the concurrence of Easter-Passover celebrations). In August of 1955, a gathering with Arthur Laurents took place where another idea emerged -- two teen-age mobs as the conflicting groups, one of them newly-arrived Puerto Ricans, the other self-styled…

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  • Summary Of West Side Story

    West Side Story book turned musical was written in 1957 by Arthur Laurents. West Side Story is a musical interpretation of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, giving it a modern spin and a change from the original class to race rivalry. The setting of this play is based in the 1950s in the Upper West Side of New York City. The rivalry is between two gangs called the Jets, a white gang, and the Sharks, a Puerto Rican gang. Comparable to Romeo and Juliet the main plot to this story is based on the…

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  • Steel Drum Music Analysis

    Steel drum music has the ability to move an audience like no other type of music. From the first note, the songs exude a happiness from within each pannist. Even with the slower pieces, you can close your eyes and imagine yourself in a tropical surrounding. The AISD concert, conducted by CJ Menge, which took place April 14, 2012 certainly did not disappoint. The concert was performed in Austin, Texas and featured steel drum bands from seven middle and high schools in the area. The first piece,…

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Influence On Modern Music

    hundreds works of art that were marked both by fascinating emotions, and sophisticated textures. Mozart was born into the world of music being as his father was a successful composer himself. At a very early age he began to show understanding of musical concepts such as tempo, chords, and tone. Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart began as a child prodigy…

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  • Why Is Plagiarism Wrong

    Plagiarism exists everywhere in this world and you can never escape it. It usually starts in a school with essays and homework and then travels to the real world of music, movies, and multimedia. Our students’ job is to understand the importance of plagiarism and why not to do it. This policy will talk about those things as well as what is plagiarism, the different types of it, how to avoid it, why it is considered wrong, when and why to cite information, and the consequences that follow after…

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  • Symbolism In A Streetcar Named Desire

    Colors and Music in a Streetcar Named Desire Tennessee Williams Fatima Harb 39907 Lebanese University/ Master 1 Comparative literature Abstract A Streetcar Named Desire is a play written by American playwright Tennessee Williams in 1947. In his play, Williams shed the light on the differences between classes in that age, through certain symbols, such as colors and music. The colors chosen by…

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  • Vijay Tendulkar Character Analysis

    controversy. He had already acquired the epithet of “the angry young man” of Marathi theatre but now he was definitely marked out as a rebel against the established values of fundamentally orthodox society. Ghashiram Kotwal is the most controversial musical historical play of Vijay Tendulkar. It concerns with the reign of Peshwas in the 18th c.in…

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