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    Dance with the Music

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    over the smooth piano keys, I couldn’t believe that this was actually happening. Turning five, I was only interested in music. While other children would sit in front of their televisions and bug their eyes out watching Barney and Sesame Street, I became engrossed in watching tapes of ballets, concerts, and musicals. It was evident that I was a child who would grow to love music and its art; however no one could ever imagine that this interest would evolve into a significance that would change my

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    The first morsels of electronic dance music came into existence in the late 70’s, thanks to the integration of synthesized instruments by influential European artists such as Kraftwerk and Giorgio Moroder (europopmusic.eu). This concept came into full realization in the 1980’s, with the rise of house music, whose existence is often credited to recently deceased pioneer Frankie Knuckles. The vast majority of this music is reliant on a “four on the floor” kick drum, providing a thumping, danceable

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    enhancing them: apple pie and ice cream, Indians and cowboys, and most relevant to this paper, music and dance. In an art form like ballet, it seems as though music and dance complement each other equally. Truly, it is hard to picture, or perform, a dance without music. However, this may not be the case for music, even if that music is composed specifically for a dance routine. The compilation of the music and the dancing from a scene in the American cowboy ballet Rodeo will be examined to ultimately

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    Music And Dance Analysis

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    freedom of movement to music which ultimately leads to freedom of emotion, allowing an individual to express themselves in their own unique way by moving to a certain piece of music or songs and melodies that are multi-dimensional. It serves as a powerful form of communication and gives choreographers the opportunity to drive the creative process by experiencing and developing movement and sequences to famously composed musical pieces. Therefore, this explains why music and dance often go hand in hand

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    Musical theatre and dance have been merged together for centuries. is a movement and dance in musical theatre is a stylized movement used to evoke emotions and add on to a narrative. But what is dance in theatre, when did it start and what is its history? Modern dance performed in musicals has its origins in the beginnings of theatre itself. The first dramas that included music and dance were performed by Grecians in the 5th century BCE. Those dramas served as models for the Romans, who valued

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    effusive outpour of music into the room was so intense that my emotions were rising to the surface in a restless manner, intertwining into the intricate arts surrounding them. The mirror on the wall captured every moment, move, and feeling I expressed. Dimly lit lights shadowed the room, making it seem as though my reflection and I were the only ones in attendance of our own grand production. The emotional sparks created through graceful gestures and movements in an expression of dance was something I

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    Renaissance Dances and Their Music

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    before. This revival caused a growth in the amount of secular music being produced, and with this new music came new and controversial styles of dancing. In this paper I will examine, in great detail, the music, composers, and numerous styles of dancing that came about during the Renaissance. The Renaissance Era, spanning from 1450 to 1600 AD, experienced a growth in humanism and individualism among various forms of art, including music. In fact, the word “Renaissance” means “reconstruction” or “rebirth”

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    Electronic Dance Music Festivals

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    Electronic Dance Music, also known as EDM, has increased in popularity over the past few years. The spike in popularity has helped create a bigger industry for EDM event planners. For example, the founder and CEO of Insomniac (a popular EDM event planning company), Pasquale Rotella is worth ten million dollars alone. In the 2014 Electric Daisy Carnival trailer, Rotella said, “Finally, I’ve felt like we’re getting somewhere,” in regards to the popularity and impact of these festivals. Because thousands

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    Upon entering the Barclays Center in New York’s Brooklyn this past November, I was engulfed, mesmerized. Sensation America is one of the many Electric Dance Music concerts emerging around the U.S., in what some call a cult-like revolution. I stepped into the stadium and into confetti, pyrotechnics, lights, makeup, the modern day go-go dancers; an entirely transformed and alternate universe. My primary goal in attending a concert like this was pure interest and curiosity, experiencing and witnessing

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    The Growing Industry of Electronic Dance Music

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    Introduction Electronic dance music (EDM) festivals around the world bring hundreds of thousands of fans together for enormous multi-day parties. New York Ranger (2014) points out that ‘DJs are the new rock stars’. “While attendance at concerts and festivals for other music genres declined by 8.3% in the past three years, EDM has only prospered” (Lashbaugh, 2013). Lashbaugh (2013) also notes that EDM festivals are twice as big in attendance than all concerts and festivals in other music genres, combined

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