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    School Music Programs

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    high school sporting event, or music performance, budgeting doesn't really come to mind. But the money it takes to run one of those events is huge, and one of the programs listed don't receive enough money to sit comfortably. In most schools, music programs are pushed to the back, while other programs receive the attention they need. Schools should increase funding for music programs because studying music helps students in an academic environment, the expenses behind running a band program are huge, and the arts allow students to express themselves in what is normally a conformative environment. To better understand why school music programs deserve increased funding, one must consider the opposition. Many people…

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    Travis Harrison Mrs. Miller Senior English 13 December 2015 The Effects of Music Programs in Schools Why do we have music programs in schools? What are the benefits? Do they outweigh the costs? Many people see music as something that is unnecessary in public schools. They don’t see why students should participate in the fine arts. Music programs are rapidly disappearing across the country as those who can’t understand their importance attack them as costly waste of time. "Art does not solve…

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    between absolute music and program music have lasted for a long time. Although many people try to state their position in these two types of music, there is no certain answer for both types of music. In general, Absolute music can be defined as music for music’s sake and there is no narrative. Program music can be defined as music has a narrative with an attached program. Both kinds of music have their unique characterizes. Some theorists argue that there is no “absolute” music truly exist…

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    comes to funding school programs and cutting other programs people should not be so quick to cut the music program. While groups of people may ask why we should fund one of the more expensive programs. There are other ways of getting the money that is needed for programs rather than just cutting the program itself. The schools always have the capability to get a sponsor. There is a school in the Anaheim district of California. That is trying to rebuild their music program that had been…

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    Budget Cuts

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    the art and music programs. This execution of art and music unequally funds other programs, diminishes chances or students to be creative and have their own sense of individuality, tarnishes exposure…

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    Percussion Band Analysis

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    several months. As Tyler and Patrick are graduating, and rumors of Harley, Ana, and Chase not participating in the program circulate, it is evident that we are going to have a shortage of percussionists in the marching band when we want to further expand the roster. Because of this, I do not feel comfortable in influencing your decision of my placement in the percussion section of the 2018-19 WHS Marching Cadets. I learned a lot from you and B.T.G. throughout my time both in high school and in…

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    Those who seek action within their communities are typically motivated by core values that they hold. These core values may range anywhere from spiritual foundations to social justice. Relative to the Corner, the members of the inner-city neighborhood are likely to share a number of core values, including ones that relate to the justice system and the skewed government assistance programs. The people who are members of the Corner have all at some point experienced extreme difficulty in receiving…

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    Music Programs in Schools Before I say anything about this topic, I need to give you some background on my life. I grew up without a father. After he passed away when I was three years old, I became very addicted to music. He was a dancer, so this was in my blood. I grew up in an elementary school where every student went to music class two days of the week and had a performance almost every season – four in all. Then my middle school was similar. Everyone chose if they wanted to do choir,…

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    The organization I am going to initiate is named Mini Music Moments. This organization will be a summer camp for entering 1st-5th grade children who want to gain knowledge about voice and performance. The cost to attend will be free for the children. I designed this program for children who do not have the financial means to attend voice lessons; however, any child can attend. I am confident this will be beneficial for numerous children. The first step in initiating my organization is to…

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    A lot of things can contribute to a successful music program, but one of the central points of success comes from support from a school system’s administration. This success doesn't come from the monetary support but rather, patience to allow the band director to work. When band directors are rushed to achieve certain goals, they tend to cut corners and not build proper fundamentals. In an extended time period, this could ruin a band program and cause numbers, quality of players, and parental…

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