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    What is Sound?

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    why they are different Define its resonance. The strings alone can hardly make any noise because they are so thin they can move in the air and not create much disturbance. Therefore vibrations are transferred to the top plate of the guitar because the strings of the guitar need the vibrating top plate in order to produce sounds better. To hear a resonance take place, the open ‘A’ string needs to be strummed and a piece of paper is to be inserted back and forth across the sound holes. A base response

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    Jake’s dad got him a guitar, and Jake started to play music. I only played the guitar for a little bit. When I was a little kid because my dad try to get me into play guitar, but I did not like playing the guitar. When my dad left my mom I stop playing the guitar. So, I stop playing for a short time until my mom had met my stepdad. My stepdad played just about every instrument you can think of. My stepdad got me into playing music. My stepdad first shows me how to play guitar. After showing me how

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    Sophomore Year Experience

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    Sophomore year was an easy going year compared to my other years before and after. Sophomore year was a year where I thought of my dreams and future. Even though I haven’t participated in any school clubs, I still felt fulfilled. Sophomore year was a year filled with new challenges. After quitting NJROTC my sophomore year, I had to take a health and gym class. It was both of these classes that I dreaded the most. In gym I am not a person who loves to participate, because it occasionally gets

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    metaphors and dynamics to enhance the effect of the song has on the audience. The verse starts with an acoustic guitar using a walking tempo and melancholy tone. “Dear Mr. President, Come take a walk with me.” The guitar stops as “Come take a walk with me” is repeated. For the rest of the verse the guitar wavers in and out emphasizing key vocals such as “you’re not better than me”. The acoustic guitar creates a reflective atmosphere and does not distract from the lyrics highlighting those lyrics portraying

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    Christmas in Trinidad and Tobago “When Santa Clause arrives in Trinidad and Tobago, it is to the rhythm of Parang. The climate is warm and the flowers are in bloom, which makes for a colorful season.” This quote from writer Bill Egan wonderfully describes Christmas on my twin island home of Trinidad and Tobago where the holiday is celebrated in a most unique way with many ingrained traditions. By mid-November, the stores of the capital city, Port-of-Spain, are flooded with early Christmas

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    Kora Research Paper

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    This project discusses The Kora, a popular African harp like instrument. The Kora is played in places like Gambia, Mali, Guinea, Senegal, and more. It is made from calabash gourd in half and partially covered with cow skin. The Kora’s features contain twenty one strings, a hardwood neck, a sound hole, an iron ring that the strings are attached to, calabash gourd, and more. The strings on the Kora are made from fishing lines. Everything the African people used to make the kora out of was from creativity

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    flexibility are important for playing a guitar. Many of the chords, and especially the difficult changes between chords, depend on flexible fingers and the ability to bend at the wrist joint. Your fingers should be able to easily stretch across the fretboard. In addition, it helps if the fingers on your fret hand are nimble. Here’s why you need flexible fingers and a loose wrist, followed by [] ways to develop that flexible nimbleness necessary for playing the guitar. Why Flexibility in Your Wrist and

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    Perceptual Process Essay

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    The status achieved by Epiphone will affect the self-esteem of the guitarist. For example, the self-esteem of an individual could become higher when he or she purchased an expensive guitar. This is because the user could turn into a center of attraction within his or her friends and get praised by owning the guitar. In conclusion, Epiphone should consider the perception, learning and memory, motivation, personality and the self from consumer behavior aspects. These five aspects can help in preventing

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    Mariachi Music

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    was the emperor of Mexico. Evidence of the usage of the word dates back much earlier than the arrival of Europeans, so the word had to come from somewhere else. Another theory states that the origin came from the name of the wood used to make the guitars or platforms on which the musicians performed. The most recent theory, however, dates the word back to the early 1500’s to the Coca Indian word for a musician (Ruiz, 2002). Today, the term mariachi refers to the musicians who play traditional Mexican

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    he had to learn this song. While trying to learn Windy and Warm many people told Tommy that it was a recording trick, and that it was not possible to play all those things at once. But somehow he heard that Chet was playing all those parts on one guitar. This motivated Tommy to work even harder at the song and eventually he learned it. This is what opened the door for his unique, and jaw-dropping style of playing. When Tommy was around the age of

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