have done this if it wasn’t for Alexander’s invention of the telephone. Alexander won the Hughes Medal, because he recognized how human voices and music notes work, and how he could modify them to create an invention that would involve those two things. Alexander won the Albert Medal, because he Invented the telephone, which help tremendously in the science community. He contributed to the science community by inventing something that helped them. Alexander won the Elliott Cresson Medal, because he discovered and invented an object that helped out millions around the country, and billions around the globe.
His father would send family members and parishioners Christmas cards with the music and words from carols he had written. In 1942, Alfred was asked by his father to write the music for that year's carol, "Christmas Cometh Caroling." From this point on, Alfred continued the tradition of writing the music for each years Christmas cards. Alfred was sent to San Angelo, Texas where he served as an office in the United States Army. This however, did not postpone his music career.
Much of Bell's career was devoted to education of the deaf and to production of electronic devices to help them hear well. As a result of Bell’s hard work, and dedication to his most prized invention- the telephone, Bell Telephone Company was made. Bell always described himself simply as a "teacher of the deaf," and his contributions in that field were of the first order. Early- Mid Life: Alexander Graham Bell was born on March 3, 1847 in Edinburgh, Scotland. His parents already successful in visible speech, and other forms of communication for the verbally impaired.
Alexander Graham Bell was a notable scientist and engineer that changed the world with his invention of the telephone. Without the telephone, everyone would not have a reliable communication device. Alexander Graham Bell is considered one of the most influential people in human history. Early Life ~ Alexander Graham Bell was born on March 3rd, 1847 at his family home, 16 South Charlotte Street, in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was born to Professor Alexander Melville Bell and Eliza Grace (nee Symonds).
He became a well respected, known inventor (Bell Invents the Telephone). People were amazed at Bell’s invention and were astonished when they were able to instantly hear someone talking miles away. Bell’s invention would create the basis f communication and allow other inventors to make advancements to the telephone for future generations. Bell used his fascination and knowledge with human speech to successfully invent the telephone, which transformed the lives of everyone in the world.
Sony is a well-known electrical manufacturer whose name is associated with innovative products such as pocket-sized transistor radio, Walkman. At present’s days, radio and Walkman become so common that both young and old people can learn through this little box of information and relaxation. Sony’s secret for being so successful is to continually develop new products. Sony’s growing process can also be said as the process to invest continually in new technology and produce the most creative products around the world. Akio Morita was not only the co-founder of Sony but also the first one achieve the goal of “enterprise globalization” in Japanese business history, thus, he was on “Time” magazine’s cover in 1982.
His Music Career Johann Sebastian Bach was a composer, a musician, teacher, and organist who later became a specialist in construction of organs. Bach learnt to play the violin, the orchestra, and the organ from his father and his famous uncle and twin brother to the father, Johann Christoph at a young age. The organ was his chosen instrument. He also achieved success in the art of Fugue, choral polyphone, instrumental music and dance forms. In Eisenach he attended Old Latin Grammar School, the same school that Martin Luther had attended.
The rigorous training on these instruments combined with Bach’s masterful skill paid off for him at an early age. After several years of studying with his older brother, he received a scholarship to study in Luneberg, Germany, which is located on the northern tip of the country. As a result, he left his brother’s tutelage and went to go and study there. The teenage years brought Bach to several parts of Germany where he mainly worked as an organist in churches, since that was the skill he had perfected the best from his young training. However, a master of several instruments while still in his teens, Johann Sebastian first found employment at the age of 18 as a violinist in a court orchestra in Weimar.
The importance of Alexander Graham Bell on today's society is visible, or rather audible, everywhere. First and most importantly, Alexander Graham Bell was a prolific teacher of the deaf. He considered this to be his true life's work, but only one of the many important things he did. With his great research of speech and sound, he would become one of the greatest inventors of all time. His own definition of an inventor is "a man who looks upon the world and is not contented with things as they are.
With each passing year, Alexander Graham Bell's intellectual horizons broadened. By the time he was 16, he was teaching music and elocution at a boy's boarding school. He and his brothers, Melville and Edward, traveled throughout Scotland impressing audiences with demonstrations of their father's Visible Speech techniques. Visible Speech was invented by their father but he didn’t have much luck with it. It is a technique were ever sound that comes out of a persons mouth can be represented with a visual character.