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  • Managing Total Compensation Case Study: So You Want To Lead An Orchestra

    Introduction This is the first Managing Total Compensation case study. The title of this case study is So You Want to Lead an Orchestra! This case study will seek to provide thorough answers to the following four questions: Describe the orchestra’s pay structure in terms of levels, differentials, and job- or person-based approach. Discuss what factors may explain the structure. Why does violinist I receive more than the oboist and trombonist? Why does the principal trumpet player earn…

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  • Descriptive Essay About My Violin

    The Muse of Strings: A Photo Essay The strings, resonating from the hairs of the bow, enhance the vibrations of the violin as I start to play my audition piece. My dreams, my passion, all poured into one final song to show my progression. The pain and suffering launched at me to destroy my hopes and dreams were finally coming to an end. Starting my journey as a violinist in middle school, I was filled with inspiration and excitement to learn the violin. Ever since I was little I adored the…

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  • Hildegard Of Bingen Analysis

    The Middle Ages were a transitional period between the fall of the Roman Empire and the beginning of the modern world. Medieval life centered around the church, in which worship services were held, the sick, poor, elderly, and orphaned could take refuge. Here, within the nunneries and convents men and women alike were taught to read and write literature and music. Unfortunately the knowledge was screened by the Church hierarchy, and many were only taught to read works provided to them. Only a…

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  • Can You Move Other People Analysis

    Did any time elapse between high school and college or have you left any school or college voluntarily for an extended period of time? Please give a detailed explanation. Well, the main reason why I left the college was plain and simple, money. I did not have enough capital to support myself, and my family was also having a hard time pay my tuition due to the extraordinary amount of fees that the college makes you pay. After my leave of absence, I desperately looked for places where I could…

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  • Pop Music Vs Modern Music Analysis

    I am Vietnamese who was born in the last years of the 20th century. Then, then 2000s was the era which the culture of pop music was automatically instilled in each person the day they started to listen to music. The modern pop music is one of the fastest growing genres in the music industries. And undoubtedly, pop quickly spreads its affections to the Vietnamese audience. Just the same as other people at my age, I used to despite older music, considered them out of fashion and boring. However,…

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  • Petrus De Cruce Analysis

    The primary discussion this paper will address Petrus de Cruce's Aucun ont trouve/Lonc tans/Annuntiantes and its significance both historically and culturally on the motet genre. One of significance aspects of this piece is the voice range of triplum and motetus as well as how rhythmetrically complex it is. While not completely confined to that, the paper will discuss the characteristics of the motet as well as the implication of musical content and texture that Cruce used in his piece. The…

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  • Bilbo Reflection

    He invited Howard Shore to visit the different sets and to meet the cast, because he wanted him to immerse himself as much in the story as possible:"There were many months of reading Tolkien's books, studying Ring mythology and influences of Tolkien," Shore says "I had to do that in order to write, to express any ideas and emotions. [...] I think I´m always writing for an emotional impact. I want to feel something when I watch a film and that's how I create music. I mean, I'm watching a film and…

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  • How We Listen To Music Aaron Copland Analysis

    In his article “How we Listen to Music”, Aaron Copland (1988) states that music is listened to on three different planes. Copland describes them as the sensuous plane, the expressive plane, and the sheerly musical plane. The reasoning for listening to music for the pure rhythm and harmony is the sensuous plane. The sensuous plane is where “one turns on the radio while doing something else and absent mindedly is engendered by the mere sound and appeal of the music” (Copland). People who apply…

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  • Analysis Of A River Flows In You By Yiruma And Come On Eileen

    Paper #1 The two songs that I picked were A River Flows in You by Yiruma and Come on Eileen by Dexys Midnight Runners. A River Flows in You was released in 2011 by a South Korean pianist and composer. The genre is New age, which is a soothing and relaxing. The next song Come on Eileen was released in 1982 and came from the album Too-Rye-Ay. The genre is a mixture of alternative and indie. Both A River Flows in You and Come on Eileen have identifiable elements of music that are found throughout…

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  • Cajun Folk Music Analysis

    Programming repertoire for an ensemble is one of the most important aspects of one’s job as a conductor or director. Not only is this facet an important quality to have, but it is also a necessary staring point on the road to a wonderful performance. In this rationale, we will elaborate on a hypothetical approach to this necessary process with an imaginary high school group. General Context The imaginary group, called the Applevalley High School Symphonic Wind Band, is an ensemble of around…

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