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  • Should The Arts Be Considered Unimportant In Today's Society

    professional backgrounds. All three are looked at as the top of society. Many people who are considered famous or role models in society are from music, theatre, or art backgrounds... but then why are so many of these programs being cut from schools? Fine arts should…

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  • Student Concert Report Sample

    was performed by two students. Reese Burgan played saxophone and Courtney White played clarinet. The piece is not so long and they played it very well. It has four part: Departure, Arrival, Scherzo, and Arrival. I think there was a mistake in the program. The first Arrival should be Elegy, so the piece has Departure, Elegy, Scherzo and Arrival. They played each part separate by a stop. I thought that they were busy to turn to the next page so each part were not immediately continue the next…

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  • Non-Music Student Tantrums

    it should be noted that those using music therapy with students who have disabilities are fully qualified to help keep children safe and calm. These people are professionals and have been trained to help children who have temper tantrums. They are capable of calming these students down, and they help them return to a state of either pleasant or neutral feelings. The continuation of funding for these programs are important to students who are disabled. Music therapy helps them communicate when…

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  • Benefits Of Music Education

    Victor Hugo once said "music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent." The ability to play an instrument is such a beautiful outlet to get emotions out and to let your creative juices flow. Music is such a huge factor in many people 's life, and the happiness it bring, should be spread to as many people as possible. It lets people express themselves as freely as they can; there are no limitations to what they can play. Who is better to give to than our…

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  • Classical Music Concert Report

    square, check the tickets, and order the cab. David Geffen Hall at Lincoln center to experience New York Philharmonic. Thursday, April 7 by half past seven all classical music lovers in a hurry toward to classical music concert of Beethoven and Strauss. The audience is exciting about this evening, and it is foreseeing, program for today is big. It includes Strauss “Oboe Concerto” and Beethoven “Symphony No 6, Pastoral”. Approached the venue I noticed how the audience was fully prepared for…

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  • Community Application Research Paper

    I will major in biology and minor in music while in college. I would like to be an anesthesiologist and invest music back into the community by helping inner-city schools with their music programs.Throughout my adolescence I have been deeply involved with music and credit that to my success thus far. As a child, I was in and out of hospitals due to illness, ever since then I have been interested in the medical field and how they help people. I have always enjoyed helping those in need in order…

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  • Synthesis Essay About Musical Arts

    The musical arts program is typically viewed as a collection of groups, usually band, chorus, and strings whom’s members are classified as any synonym for weird. The musical arts are seen as a waste of money and time that could be spent obtaining a “proper” education. Although some unfortunately view the musical arts in this way, those involved in the program get to make memorable moments with a second family. Musical arts programs across the nation allow and help students to be creative,…

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  • Education: The Importance Of The Arts In Education

    I remember when I was in Elementary School and every day we had time to do music, art, and/or theater both in class and as an extra elective. I know that personally for me this was my favorite part of each day when I was able to have a bit more freedom and express myself the way I wanted to through the arts. Every day this is what my classmates and I looked forward to, every lesson we got to use the arts or every time we went to our electives we loved learning and remembered what we learned…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Does Music Give More Important?

    and observations have documented numerous times that music has mental, psychological, physical, and intellectual benefits to those who listen and participate in it but, it is still considered an auxiliary or luxury rather than a necessity. Many school systems in America have dismal or non-existent music programs because of the lack of importance and funding allotted for music programs. Hospitals and clinics do not have funding allotted for music therapy for its patients and clients because of…

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  • Argumentative Essay About Music Education

    Music education is something that was stressed throughout history starting in the Renaissance Era in the European countries, but now music education for all is in danger of becoming a thing of the past in America. Recent laws passed by the American Congress combined with public disinterest have put music education under fire in recent years. Music education is a vital part of any student’s education. This is because without proper education of the arts, the future could very well be one without…

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