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  • Honest Air Conditioning

    to the payment for and handling of the Corvette. Cox then assigned the RISC to General Motors Acceptance Corp (GMAC) and in August of 2002, the buyers sold the car to Florida Auto Brokers, which they agreed to pay the balance due on the RISC. The check sent to GMAC for the balance due on RISC was dishonored due to insufficient funds though the vehicle’s title had already been forwarded prior to the check being dishonored. GMAC then filed a suit in a Florida court against Honest Air and Babcock for damages of $35,815.26 and breach of contract. The defendants argued that the RISC was a negotiable instrument and a ruling in their favor on this point would reduce any damages due to GMAC to less than the Corvette’s current value. The legal issue presented in this case is the requirements for an instrument to be negotiable. The question in this case is if the RISC meets the qualifications of a negotiable…

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  • Campbell's Argument Against FNMA

    willingness of a home loan were approved. As a result, FNMA would believe that the note and mortgage were valid, and there were no prior disputes. In addition, FNMA is a holder in due course, which specifies that the individual received a negotiable instrument in good faith without knowing that there was an overdue or defect. In order for the lender to be a holder in due course (HDC), the note has to be a negotiable (Professor Murray, lecture, November 14, 2016). In this case, Campbell’s note…

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  • Violin And The Classical Era

    holding the instrument, “[the] early Classical period assured holding the violin on the shoulder, though a few village violinists might still have played violins on the breast.” The shoulder playing technique is how modern violinists play the instrument today, but none of this would be possible if were not for the Classical period and its improvements to the instrument. One violinist made the violin into what it is known as today, “The modern bow had been invented by Francois Tourte. Its…

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  • Reflective Essay: The Four Passions In The Classroom

    One of the four passions in my life is teaching elementary and middle school students music, primarily through the use of string instruments. I get excited about teaching music because it is important to the human experience. It aids in the creativity and expression of students, teaches important social skills, and encourages working as a team to achieve a goal. But most importantly, it teaches students to enjoy the process of developing a skill and that talent can be increased. Learning in my…

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  • Oklahoma State University Symphony Orchestra Concert Report Sample

    The conductor was directly centered in the front. There were three main arches of instruments as well as two rows of woodwinds in the back, a row of percussion on the left and both back corners. There was also a piano near the front right. The first arch of instruments were string instruments including six violins and two cellos. The next arch consisted of six violins and four cellos. In the final arch there were eight violins, one cello, one piccolo, three flutes, one English horn, and one…

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  • Fairchild Theatre Concert Report

    This past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the Artist-Faculty Recital Series at the Fairchild Theatre on MSU 's Campus. The concert featured a multitude of pieces ranging from the Baroque and Classical music periods to modern day compositions. Several of the pieces were played in a piano-trombone basso continuo and the last piece was played by a trombone choir with two featured soloists. Going into the concert I did not know what to expect. I had listened to classical music in my MUS…

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  • Essay On Drum Set

    It is hard to picture the Beatles without Ringo or Led Zeppelin without Bonham. These drummers many not be front and center, but they are the back bone to the band. And without the Drum set these drummers would have never been. Jazz or Rock n Roll or Pop music wouldn’t be the same without the invention and evolution of the drum set. The drum set took over a century to become what it is today. The drum set is an American instrument and through its development it has reflected the way America has…

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  • Machumann Concert Report Sample

    is inspired by the nature imagery and knightly tales where the instrumentation very much resembles palace horns, bird songs, and also the mystery of the forests. The first movement, Bewegt, nicht zu schnell, begins with a distant horn call, over the shimmering of strings. The theme then quickly picked up by the woodwinds. One of the favourite rhythmic was a duplet followed by a triplet, it was also the climax of the first theme. Whereas on the second theme, it combined the violin’s chirping bird…

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  • Jeu De Bague Research Paper

    Mique also designed a frivolous Chinese inspired structure built in 1776 called the ‘Jeu de Bague’. This was a small red and silver coloured merry-go-round, which had carved wooden seats in the form of peacocks for the ladies and dragons for the men. As it turned on its axis sounds would emanate from small egg-shaped bells suspended from under its cupola. In 1781 Marie Antoinette had a semi-circular pavilion built behind the Jeu de Bague to provide better shelter from the elements for her…

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  • Case Study Design: Listening To Their Choice Of Indian Music

    Study design: Three independant groups (10 in each) listening to their choice of Indian music.Group 1 – Indo Jazz, Group 2 – Indian classical Instrument and Group 3 – violin.The experiment protocol for the study design was given Table 5.3 Table 5.3: Shows the experimental protocol Baseline 2 minutes Listening to the music of choice (Task 1) 3 minutes Rest 1 (Silence) 2 minutes Listening to choice of music and performing task (task 2) 3 minutes Rest 2 (Silence) 2 minutes Task only (Task 3)…

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