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    explore from music and musical instruments around the world. The children will have the opportunity to play a variety of instruments. We will listen to a variety of music from around the world while using different props. We will learn musical vocabulary. On Monday, the children will make explore rhythm instruments. First, we will listen to a variety of music which uses rhythm instruments while using props. Rhythm instruments will be available for the children to discover the different tones of the instruments. The group will experiment with different rhythmic patterns. Our project will be creating drums to further explore rhythms in music with the children’s family and friends. On Tuesday, the…

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    Piercing as the music described in it, the poem “A Musical Instrument” investigates the concepts of human nature and growth through the use of imagery, symbolism, and various literary devices. At the heart of the poem, Browning explores the need for humans to use their beastly nature to create a force greater than themselves in order to achieve growth. The impact of the actions of a seemingly indifferent, careless god on an unassuming reed creates a dichotomy throughout the poem, one that is…

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    The tuba is the largest and lowest-pitched musical instrument in the brass family. Sound is produced by vibrating or "buzzing" the lips into a large cupped mouthpiece. It first appeared in the mid 19th-century, making it one of the newer instruments in the modern orchestra and concert band. The tuba largely replaced the ophicleide. Tuba is Latin for 'trumpet'. A person who plays the tuba is known as a tubaist or tubist. In the United Kingdom a person who plays the tuba in an orchestra is known…

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    This research will be conducted on the topic of learning to play a musical instrument – specifically the violin. In regards to the advantages of experimental research, a stricter environment will work well because it will allow all students to be on the same level at all times, preventing students from practicing extra or not enough. A disadvantage to this is that it might hamper creativity or suppress learning, depending on the aptitudes of some students. Observational research could counter…

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    Music adds to the effect of visual and imagination. Different musical instruments and music creates different types of moods and emotional impact. “Mahal” is considered as a horror genre. The type of music used in horror movie is much more appealing to the audience than the other type of music used in different movies. There are two types of music used in Mahal a lot, loud music and slow music. Loud music could also be described as sudden music, this music is used to give a frightening touch to…

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    In “A Musical Instrument,” Elizabeth Barrett Browning uses imagery to explore the cycle of being emotionally damaged and then repaired to indicate that mental destruction can only be partially repaired. Eventually, contentedness is achieved; however, happiness will never be the same as it once was. The imagery of a “dragon-fly on the river” (6) and “golden lilies afloat” (5) are disrupted when the god Pan comes in, wrecking the landscape and “spreading ruin and scattering ban” (3). Although…

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    Jazz Vs Rock Music Essay

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    different musical instruments. Rock is also a music genre which originated in the United States in mid twentieth century. Rock music refers to rocking and rolling, reference to dancing and sex. Also it uses different types of recording techniques and unique instruments. Rock ushered in psychedelic rock era. Many rock musicians have been known as the innovators of different unique musical techniques and forms. While both jazz and Rock are musical styles which are similar in a few ways but they…

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    Music Theory

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    Developing a better understanding of the concepts and elements of music through education can greatly improve one's musical appreciation. Just as you can come to better enjoy fine cuisine, art, dance, and theater by cultivating a foundation of knowledge and familiarity on the subjects, music is a vastly more rewarding experience when you know how to listen actively. By becoming aware of the five fundamental disciplines within a musical composition, it is possible to open your ears to a piece of…

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    Jazz Concert Report

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    the bass and Paul Deatherage playing the percussion. The introduction musical piece started off with the saxophone as the only voice with a very disjunctive melody. The notes of the saxophone alternating in regular intervals. All other instruments – piano, bass, and percussion joined in as the saxophone stopped alternating notes and played a single long note. The scale of the saxophone was high as it was also the lead voice. In contrast the base music was generated by the bass and has…

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    In the United States alone, 18 million people play a musical instrument. However, this is only 4.3% of the entire population in the United States. There should be more people involved in the band program because of the countless benefits that come from playing a musical instrument. Band kids are literally the best. They receive better scores on standardized tests, including the SAT’s and the ACT’s. In addition, being in band improves your reading and comprehension skills, as well as your memory.…

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