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    Live Jazz Concert Report

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    music and my feelings are surrounded by the music they perform. The song “Get It On” are connected to the last song, but it just feel like it is the same song but with different tunes. “ Get It On” the song is just like the name it will make the audience feeling great and want to dance along and get it on. Personally I like this song the most out of all the songs during this concert. This song has perfectly explains the definition of mix of Jazz and Funk. Great interference with the audience, during the song Get it On Eddie Miller they keyboard player and vocals player ask the audience to stand up and clap hands when the others are performing. The audience was very cooperative and did what the musicians asked. The trombone player and the saxophone player looks like they are having a race and it was awesome how the song goes. The song ended when the bass player hit the climax and the song stops then the musicians went to took a break. The audience still claps their hand after the musicians went in and took the break. Brian Culbertson thanks the audience for been well respectful and showed up to the concert. He then perform his last song called “ Our Love” on the stage. He wrote this song himself foe his wedding and he mentioned his wife Michelle. As an audience I can see he’s heart when he perform this song. Unlike the other songs, this one is soft through out the whole song, with a little excitement. The song ended with soft tunes. At this time I was thinking about isn’t…

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    Sheree Buchli Title: Physics of the Saxophone Investigated Summary: 1. Summary-Definition/Description of Alto Saxophone The alto saxophone is a member of the saxophone family of woodwind instruments invented by Belgium instrument designer Adolphe Sax in the 1840s and patented in 1846. 2. Aim With this paper I am discussing existing knowledge on the physics of the Alto Saxophone, in particular the creation of sound. Introduction: 1. History The Saxophone is an instrument with a single…

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    The saxophone is a wonderful instrument. As a member of the reed and woodwind family of instruments it is usually compared to the clarinet or flute. As an instrument that could reach four octaves, there is much you can play and plenty of room for experimentation. Saxophones are normally made of brass to create their colorful, characteristic sound, but some, in the past have been made of copper, silver, bronze, and even plastic. There are four main saxophones that are commonly used which are…

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    Maxophone History

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    The saxophone is still considered, and in many ways, will always be the youngest wind instrument to have a foothold in western classical music. Having been developed and patented by instrument creator and businessman Adolphe Sax in 1846, the saxophone had already missed out on much of the literature and masterworks written for other wind instruments centuries before its time. Additionally, much of the major classical musical works written for the instrument happened during its constant…

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    Tenor Saxaphone

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    Have you ever wanted to play the most notable instrument in a band, or have the glory of being one of the most original instruments to this day? If so, the tenor saxophone is perfect for you! The tenor saxophone is a woodwind instrument that is very outstanding in jazz musical groups and is also one of the most important sounds in a concert or marching band because it plays the inner harmony parts or doubles the melodic lines in a musical piece. The Tenor is pitched in B flat and is larger and…

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    The next musical work performed by the Alabama Concert Band was entitled Xerxes by John Mackey. This piece begins in a very disjointed and seemingly unappealing way, as the low brass and percussion begin with a homophonic rhythm. The tempo is one of moderato, as it is not fast, yet all slow either. All of the notes are staccato and separate from neighboring notes, which creates a sound that may seem strange or odd at first listen. It is written in a chromatic key, with no clear major or…

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    Essay On Midnight In Paris

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    Every story has a purpose; the main character has a goal to reach and to do so they must go through a trial to suppress. Though it is often noticed that the character doesn’t recognize their full potential until they are on their journey. In the movie Midnight In Paris, Gil’s aspirations are shown in the beginning credits. The movies overall setting is defined but the protagonist 's goals, needs, and wishes are also presented. The movie also identifies the ideologies of the protagonist and of…

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    Anglo-Saxons took exile seriously; the threat of exile alone caused much anxiety among the individuals of that society. To be exiled means to be kicked out, or banished from one’s homeland, which would result in having no companionship. Because exile is something the Anglo-Saxons took very seriously, one had to commit a crime in order to be exiled. If one were to commit a crime Anglo-Saxons would resort to execution, unless the crime was not serious enough. If the crime was not serious…

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    Whether it be in a book or movie, in every story there is always a journey. A journey takes a character in a different direction than he or she was originally were going. Journeys can be physical as well as emotional. An emotional journey is exactly what the main character of the movie Remember Me goes through. In the movie Remember Me, the main character, Tyler Hawkins, goes of a personal and emotional journey. After getting into a fight with his father, Tyler and his friend from college go…

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    An adventure is always something that makes me smile, especially in car rides with my family and we have the chance to explore famous and important monuments. I remember one time, my family and I were in a car ride that took 16 hours to reach our destination, but the best thing about it was that we visited the White House, looked at some D1 colleges, and just had a good time. The two main character experience the same thing, but in different and opposite sceneries, one character is leaving home…

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