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    total attention and the musicians are focused, and, ultimately, listen to the conductor’s instructions. They must remember that the conductor is the person in charge, and, although they may not always agree with the way that he or she feels about the music, they are to play their

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    Music Appreciation and the Auditory System

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    Music Appreciation and the Auditory System Have you ever come home after an exhausting day and turned on music to relax your nerves? While you are taking it easy, your auditory cortex is not. It works hard to synthesize the several musical elements of rhythm, pitch, frequency, and timbre to create a rich auditory experience. First, a discussion of the ear physiology is needed. Vibrating air moving at different frequencies hits the eardrum which causes the middle ear's three bones to move

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    In Beethoven 's music is an experience, an act of intellectual creation while released from the rigor of logical thought when the play unfolds its power. Romain Rolland, noted scholar and apologist of Beethoven, has said that in most of the German masters unconscious struggle of simultaneity, the subconscious and the will is given. All that is expressed musically is an interior movement. The psychic background permeates the way. "The best artists of our Latin race are usually equipped with plastic

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    Kamal Kamel Music Appreciation Elijah Holt November 13, 2017 Antonio Vivaldi Music is a blessing to humans. A well written piece of music can change anyone’s mood. That's what good composers are capable of doing. Speaking of composers, what comes to the mind is Antonio Vivaldi. Antonio Vivaldi is an Italian composer and violinist who left a decisive mark on the form of the concerto and the style of late Baroque instrumental music. Vivaldi's music, although written almost 300 years ago, has inspired

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    Introduction Music Appreciation has broadened my view to listen to different eras of music that I was not accustomed to. It was pleasant listening, reading, and learning about different periods of music. This course has given me an exceptional amount of knowledge on different styles of music, identifying different elements in music as well as learning about legendary composers who have influenced music throughout history. Not only has music been around for decades, it has developed a history of

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    (which consisted of R&B and hip-hop based choreographies). I was considered the best of the best until my weakness was pitted against me at the very last competition—contemporary classical music. The style was too different, too slow, and I remember hating every second of practice

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    Hip-Hop/Rap: Music Appreciation

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    mind. Which is sad, Hip-Hop/Rap has a great artistic quality to them that gets so easily overlooked. There is true poetry and emotion behind these lyrics and beats, but not everyone is willing to sit down and listen to it. They quickly judge this music genre and the immediately dislike it without giving it a second thought. Rappers pour their emotions and their souls into their songs and it really speaks to people who would stop and listen to them. Hip-Hop/Rap has evolved over time. From the early

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    investment in music derives from its ability to convey emotions(Gebauer, Kringelbach and Vuust 2012.) Studies have implied that music can elicit basic emotions such as happiness (Gebauer, Kringelbach and Vuust 2012.) Music with a fast tempo and major mode are considered and reacted to as happy music, while music with slow tempo and minor mode are deemed sad(Gebauer, Kringelbach and Vuust 2012.) This effect was shown through fMRI imaging while listening to different genres of music and participant

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    Rebekah Wickham Music Appreciation 16 December 2015 Word Count: 1,297 Final Essay Sonata Form Variations Sonata form was first developed for use by Classical composers to be used in symphonies, but it is also used in sonatas and other works. Sonata form is used during the first movement of the symphony and replaces the previous form of Ritornello. Sonata form allows for the compositions theme, key and tonality to be used in ways previously unavailable, by permitting the writer to be more open minded

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    Benjamin Morris Neidlinger Music Appreciation 3-20-17 Chopin Semester Project Frederic Chopin was a composer, teacher, and pianist born on March 1, 1810 in Zelazowa Wola, Poland. He was raised in a musical family as his mother and his sister played piano. At a very young age, he would listen to them play the piano, and not long after he was trying to play their repertoire while trying to make up his tunes. He officially started getting piano lessons at the age of seven, lasting six years, but

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