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    evolved throughout the history of Jazz. Bill Evans, and American jazz pianist, was no different. Just as Charlie Parker had started the evolution of Bebop and influenced the subsequent generations of Jazz Artists, Bill Evans has influenced Modern Jazz and the generations of artists that followed him. Throughout his career and his works with various other artists, Bill Evans has cemented himself as one of the great influences on modern day Jazz. Bill Evans was drafted shortly after he began his

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    Bill Evans's Effects on Modern Jazz

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    influenced by variety of musicians; among them was Bill Evans. He was one of the most important jazz pianists, and remained to be one of the most influential musicians of post-bebop jazz, due to his prominent sound that made him recognizable to everyone. According to Bert Konowitz, “Bill Evans Sound is created by using chords in the left hand that often do not have the root of the chord on the bottom, as well as voicing chords with tone clusters” (198). Bill Evan’s sound was distinct and involved unique

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    Miles Davis Essay

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    written as a waltz. This can be heard in the way the song seems to persuade the listener to glide gracefully through the sounds. The track So What was instrumental in the introduction of chords that were often referred to as the "So What Chords". Bill Evans’ chord voicing included intricate harmonies such as elevenths and sevenths of the minor seventh chord. Each song that came from this album would have a lasting effect on the world of Jazz. Kind of Blue has continuously been considered one of the

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    Bill Evans Research Paper

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    Bill Evans was one of the white jazz musicians who were accepted as powerful innovators (Gridley 1978). Since he was a little child, he was largely interested in music and started learning various instruments. He began learning about classical music more in depth as he got into college and later came to be called the “Chopin of the modern jazz piano” (Tirro 1993). He developed his own distinctive musical style while working as a sideman with Miles Davis, and working as a bandleader of three trios

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    Music and literature are constantly evolving with each new release, but how ground breaking are these pieces compared to its contemporaries? Miles Davis and Jorge Luis Borges have contemplated and answered this question frequently. Rather than add on to a previous style, these two took the future of their genres into their own hands. In Davis’s “Kind of Blue” as well as Borges’s “The Garden of Forking Paths,” old ideas are completely abandoned and new, inventive styles flourish. Not only do these

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    The Driving Age

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    allow the driving age to stay at 16.There have been new bills being proposed that mite be passed. “The Minister for Urban Services has introduced a Bill (proposed law) into the Assembly. He wants to amend the Road Transport (Driver Licensing) Act 2000. The new Bill is called the Driving Age Amendment Bill. This Bill is intended to raise the age at which people can apply for a learner’s permit and driver’s license.” (Legislative Assembly). This bill will raise the driving age if it is passed but the aspects

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    “At 8:00 p.m. it was nearing the end of John Evans’ last day on death row. He had spent most of the day with his minister and family, praying and talking of what was to come. At 8:20 he was walked from his cell down to the long hall to the execution room and strapped in the electric chair. At 8:30 p.m. the first jolt of 1900 volts passed through Mr. Evans’ body. It lasted 30 seconds. Sparks and flames erupted from the electrode tied to Mr. Evans’ leg. His body slammed against the straps holding him

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    Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

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    gene cloning, and only later was the protein that it codes for, dystrophin, discovered (Evans et al. 310). Because of these two discoveries, diagnosis can occur by examining the gene or by looking for the presence of the protein dystrophin (Evans et al. 310). The disease can be detected at any age. In fact, a procedure has been developed which can diagnose DMD in utero using a muscle biopsy of the fetus (Evans et al. 310). Located on the X chromosome, the locus designation of the dystrophin gene

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    The Taming of the Shrew

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    “Shrew-Taming and Other Rituals of Aggression:Baiting and Bonding on the Stage and in the Wild,” Women’s Studies 9, no. 2(1982): 121-143; Ann Barton, Introduction to The Taming of the Shrew, in TheRiverside Shakespeare, 2d ed., gen. ed. G. Blakemore Evans (Boston: Houghton,1997),138-41; Emily Detmer, “Civilizing Subordination: Domestic Violence inThe Taming of the Shrew,” Shakespeare Quarterly“ 48, no. 3 (fall 1997): 273-294; Jean E. Howard, Introduction to The Taming of the Shrew, in The NortonShakespeare

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    The Rebecca Riots

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    The Rebecca Riots From given information, I can see that before the Rebecca Riots, there was a history of violence in Rural Wales. The first source talks about Rural Violence before 1839. It was written by David Evans, and is an extract from "A History of Wales". This source is useful because it tells us that there was a history of violence in Rural Wales in the early 19th century. The content tells us that 'there were frequent disturbances in rural Wales, which involved sheep-stealing

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