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    What is sheet music? Is it a magical piece of writing that only musicians can read and that allow them to play their instruments like experts? No, sheet music is just a form of musical notation, be it written by hand or printed. Normally sheet music is like its other printed kin in that it is usually found printed on paper. Before paper was a readily available medium parchment was the medium of choice. Now in the computer age "sheet" music is also readily available online as well. One of the reasons that sheet music is called "sheet" is so that it can easily be differentiated from standard music which is a presentation. When used in everyday language the term sheet music simply refers to a printed piece of music whether it be intended for…

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    I felt nervous about observing her, because I don’t know too much about music, other than playing trumpet and having the ability to sing a few rock songs. I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to explain much about my experience. I was also excited, because I have always wanted to experience being in a studio and listening to music. I didn’t let her know that I was observing her, because it may have changed the outcome of the experience. She might have played different songs, not get too…

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    Music has been a part of our lives ever since recorded history has taken place. It evolves with society to help build our culture. Just imagine not having any music or art in the Renaissance era. How would our society have looked today without the important influences? My research question for this project was How does music helps expand our interaction in society by being taught in our school system? The first thing I looked at in doing my research was Johns Hopkins School of Education…

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    Popular Music Case Study

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    popular music? Answer- It has been difficult to research the earliest popular music because, many centuries ago, music was unclear and poorly documented. Additionally, it wasn’t even until the sixteenth century that people became literate enough to document music. However, most literate people of the time were clergy men and students of universities run by the church, so as a result, the vast majority of recorded music was religious. Therefore, any other forms of music that was comprised were…

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    came to me in the form of a clarinet, some sheet music, and the glory that was being first chair, a position of distinction among the other clarinetists in the band that was designated to the most skilled player. My brother joined the band two years before I enrolled, and his initial mention of “first chair” seemed rather unappealing to me. I could not understand why a student would seek out more difficult music, the potential to have a solo, or the weight of having the band instructor expect…

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    the names of the notes on the treble and bass clef staff can be difficult since they have to learn to recognize spatial relationships on the staff. It can be hard for a child to find the second or third space of a staff. With practice, these skills can be learned and the child will improve his ability to identify notes. Turning exercises into a game will greatly improve the child's ability to learn. Playing One of the most effective ways to teach children music notes is to provide them with an…

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    The sheets that were in the piano bench were vintage, yes, but they were also blank. He simply wrote this music in a delirium. He informs him, his girlfriend has been inquiring about him, which surprises him, thinking she would had given him up as hopelessly mad. He returns to the house to pack and leave and calls his girl to expect him. She recommends that she would drive down and pick him up rather than taking the train back to the city. He concurs. When she arrives, she goes up to the door…

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    Hans Christian Andersen once said, "Where words fail, music speaks.” For a good portion of my adolescence, music was the language I used to express myself. From the time I started middle school, music sparked my interest quite instantly. I became involved in my school’s orchestra program at the beginning of my sixth grade year and from that point on, I was hooked. As time stands, I can full heartedly say that the decision to learn the violin was one decision that I will cherish for a lifetime.…

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    Kratus and Williams both discusses how music educators need to make several changes to the program to provide students with more opportunities to be creative as well as learn lifelong skills which they could apply to their lives. Kratus points out the fact that making small changes to the music education program in schools can have a huge impact. I believe that it is risky to step up as music teachers and most of the time music teachers rarely get opportunities to step in or lead the program…

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    Classroom Music Analysis

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    Sitting in an auditorium full of people who have years of experience in the instrumental arts - not the optimal way for never-touched-an-instrument Alli Pecorella to start middle school. I hadn’t even considered playing an instrument during my elementary school years, but the year before middle school, my mom pitched the idea of playing percussion - “You know, the drums and the xylophones and the triangle” - for the school band. I went for it, a little unsure but ready to try to figure it out.…

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