Cultural Artifact Speech: Outline Of Cultural Artifact Speech

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Cultural Artifact Speech Outline I. Intro a. As Bob Marley once said, “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” Studies shown that classical music, specifically Mozart, help you engage in your studies better and as a result showed high test scores according to a test scientist at Stanford University held. Did you ever imagine how powerful a piece that was composed in the 1780’s could be? b. This is a classical music score of “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, one of many who is widely popular in the world of classical music. This score represents the emotions of many composers like Mozart had and conveyed them into simple quarter notes, half notes, and eight notes. c. Thesis: By learning…show more content…
The classical music score sheets represents a story, ideas, emotions, even controversy. It’s a powerful sheet of paper that shares the history of these composers and their life in secret code which I may add is not easy to comprehend. Once classical music was widely popular in the 19th and 20th century, critics always debated how these musical pieces should be played and that’s the beauty of classical music. There are a million ways to play a single piece and each time you share a different idea, story, emotion, and so on. Lastly classical music culture is something we as humans can all share with one another, we can create new bonds like Brahms and Beethoven, or even share the spotlight on stage while telling the tale of “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” like Mozart once did. Transition: Just as the music score has many meanings as there symbols and markings on the sheet, I will talked about how I see myself in the classical music culture. b. I am a musician thus I consider myself part of the classical music…show more content…
The first time I picked up an instrument was at the age of 7 when I was in third grade. You can call it fate, luck, or my destiny but I was one of the three students that was able to join my elementary orchestra. Of course like any kid, I was afraid if had the ability to do such a thing. I mean it’s not every day you’re recruiting into the arts. I kept asking myself “can I do this? Will I fit in this group?” in other words can I be part of the classical music culture? It wasn’t till my first school concert where I had my first solo of “My Heart Will Go On” the love theme from Titanic that I was able to express the countless hours put into a 15 second solo. After that experience I never questioned if I belonged to the culture. Instead I focused on the next story I would tell on stage with the music score in
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