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    Jones. Led Zeppelins most popular song “Stairway To Heaven” has received its tile as arguably the greatest song ever. “Stairway To Heaven” was the most requested song on the radio throughout the 1970’s. Led Zeppelins Stairway To Heaven” shows us many different styles of music, the effect it has had throughout years, and the deep powerful lyrics it provides. Throughout the 1970s Led Zeppelin was the talk of classic rock, there unique sound was one of the reasons why. In the song “Stairway To…

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    ___________________________________________________________________ Craft & Tool: Reverse Engineering Report By: Mat Bennett Introduction: The media work I have chosen to explore is Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven; arguably one of the most requested, referenced, and highly regarded rock ballads in the history of recorded music. The song was created as what was consciously the heart of their fourth studio album; aptly named, Led Zeppelin IV. This songs progeny was one of fragments,…

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    In the stairway, they always meet midway, at first it is just that – a meeting. The start of their bond started in the stairway, this may be attributed to the trope of a “stairway to heaven”, but every time they do cross paths both would be going on the opposite of the other. Hence, depicts the tension of as much they meet at a middle ground, there is still the question of whether or not they will go the same way. A possible answer to this would be when Su could not push through with being with…

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    Introduction The seventies are mostly remembered for negative things, bell-bottoms, pet rocks, disco, and platform shoes. However, the decade is also remembered for the progressive style of music that emerged. While many consider the songs to be overplayed and overrated, Stairway to Heaven by Led Zepplin and Hotel California by the Eagles defined the seventies, and still remain popular and relevant. Both songs were released within five years of each other, and reflect a common idea among the…

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    Stairway to Heaven What human think can go to heaven? What does Heaven look like to human eyes? Is it made of gold? Look at Stairway to Heaven is a painting by Mary Sedici opens in the human eye to surprise. The painting make many people wonder about how beautiful, what is aesthetically pleasing. The painting depends on the trinity of light, composition, and wonder. Stairway to heaven leading up into the clouds with light reveals the subject. Saw shadow rising up from skyline, with two clouds…

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    A citronella candle puddles away in a bucket, its sharp, warm scent hanging in the air. It smells like the old world—smells of summers long ago that were fresh and green and full of promise and those nights Robin had spent out on the porch with Jim, a few beers, and a guitar they passed between each other, plucking out the opening riff to “Stairway to Heaven” over and over because they never learned anything else. Robin closes his eyes. The old man does what he can for his shoulder, cleaning it…

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    “Stairway to Heaven” is slightly over eight minutes in length and can be broken down into five sections. In the first section, the medium used is a finger plucked six string guitar and three recorders. Vocals start in at 53 seconds and continue through for the first two minutes and 14 seconds. During this time, the song switches from monophonic to homophonic to polyphonic and then back to homophonic. There is a melody line which switches back and forth between the vocals and the recorders.…

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    flooded yellow hallway between two staircases. The entire space in the image is yellow with white crown molding. At the end of the hallway, between the two staircases, are two doorways separated by a small width of wall with a shelf built into it. Inside the doorway on the left is a door. This door is not connected to the hinges and looks too big to fit in the doorway; it is a free door inside of a dark room. The space behind the doorway on the right is dark and seemingly empty as well. The…

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    Mother To Son Analysis

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    The image illustrates she did not have wealth as a result her life was not a smooth climb to where she is now, quite the opposite she is poor and has to fight and climb the treacherous stairway to achieve her goals. Langston Hughes stresses the importance of determination by using assonance as exemplified in lines nine through eleven with the use of the words ‘a- climbin/ reachin’/ landin/ turnin/goin, they convey a journey to the top of the staircase notwithstanding all the difficulties and…

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    I awoke to a blaring sound coming from downstairs, my parents left me alone for the night; I knew that they were not here. I hesitantly got out of bed and reached for my firearm and flashlight. As soon as I had them in my hands a sense of security had overcome me, until I headed out of my bedroom door. As I reached for the door knob, my heart began to race, my throat became dry, my palms were sweaty and my knees were weak, arms heavy. The door opened, a cold breeze hit my body and chills…

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