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  • Personal Essay: The Importance Of Singing

    choral singing The importance of singing is very interesting to me. I have sang my whole life and find it absolutely fascinating and i would like to show you the importance. When you sing, musical vibrations move through you, altering your physical and emotional landscape. Group singing, for those who have done it, is the most exhilarating and transformative of all. It takes something incredibly intimate, a sound that begins inside you, shares it with a roomful of people and it comes back as something even more thrilling: harmony. So it’s not surprising that group singing is on the rise. According to Chorus America, 32.5 million adults sing in choirs, up by almost 10 million over the past six years. Many people think of…

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  • The Joy Of Pursuing Singing

    Music is a huge part of my life, singing especially. It plays into my emotions and the way I look at the world around me. I know that music will continue to be a necessary and amazing piece of me. I started singing in my elementary school choir. At the time, I disliked it, because I was not very good a sitting still for long periods of time. Now I am thankful for my music teacher, who brought me into the magical world of music and singing. Singing is something I care about because I can express…

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  • Painting Vs Singing Research Paper

    Name Yogesh Niroula Professor Abshire ENGL 1301-71048 27 September 2017 Compare and Contrast between Singing and Painting Considering the art scene globally, music and painting come across as the most visible arts that most people can relate. “Singing, the production of musical tones by means of the human voice. In its physical aspect, singing has a well-defined technique that depends on the use of the lungs, which act as an air supply, or bellows; on the…

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  • Walt Whitman's I Hear America Singing

    “I Hear America Singing” by Walt Whitman is a poem about how different people from different backgrounds have one thing in common, being a hardworking American. In this poem, Whitman is using singing to metaphorically symbolize the sounds and the actions of laborers. It is a metaphorical tale in the sense that varied carols are being used to represent how America is made up of many individuals working together as one nation. The tone is an ecstatic display of everyday people working hard and…

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  • Symbolism In Jamaica Kincaid's Girl

    Sometimes symbols can have a legitimate reason, or it can mean something completely different than stated. Within the short story “Girl”, Jamaica Kincaid uses symbolism throughout the whole story. Almost everything she mentions to her daughter has a different meaning than what she says. What the mother wants for her daughter is for her to know everything it will take for her to succeed in her later life. Whether it be singing the right songs, doing the right things, treating people right, or…

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  • Dakota Elementary School Observation

    The classroom was very organized for each area of study taught in the class. There was a book nook area and listening center available. The use of Smart Board and laptops were also available. During my observation I stepped in and observed a PE class of kindergarteners, they were doing four activities of jumping because they are learning the letter J in their general classroom setting. The PE teacher incorporates lessons from the general education teacher’s lessons. Also stepped in and observed…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Fear Of Failure

    I believe that everyone has experienced some type of fear; whether it’s a fear of bugs, flying on a plane, or even the fear of being in an enclosed area. My personal fear is of failure. Fear is a very powerful emotion and can really take a hold over your life and stop you from doing what you want to do most. For example, fear of failure has kept me from being able to sing in front of an audience, speaking up in class, and even passing my driver’s test. Fear of failure has kept me from being…

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  • A Review Of A Classical Concert By Chanticleer

    An introduction informed us of the great inventions of the Renaissance in every field. Orlando di Lasso 's ‘’Conditor alme siderum’’ had the excellence of harmony dissolving into a full choir, now and again making organ-like sounds. Antoine Busnois ' ‘’Gaude, caelestis domino’’ was the soonest piece and was loaded with vivacity and complex cross rhythms working to a euphoric completion, and the singers were seriously vigilant and aware of each other. Robert Parsons ' ‘’Ave Maria’ ’was…

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  • Carrie Underwood Research Paper

    Underwood Carrie Underwood was born on March 10, 1983 in Muskogee, Oklahoma. She is the daughter of Carole and Stephen Underwood. She was raised on her parents' farm in Checotah, Oklahoma, near Muskogee. Both of her parents worked. Her mother taught elementary school and her father worked in a sawmill. She is the youngest of three girls. Her sisters’ names are Shanna and Stephanie. She starting singing at the age of 3 and during her childhood, Underwood performed at Robbins Memorial Talent Show…

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  • Specialist Skills: A Career As A Musician

    suited mainly for pop due to me practicing how to enunciate words, getting a stronger chest voice and learning how to control glottal stops so I can use them for emphasis of words rather than unintentionally which would result in vocal damage. These qualities are found within most pop singers. I have learnt this from analysing singers voices to see their qualities and through me going to singing lessons every week where this is a common topic of discussion as having my voice be suited for pop is…

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