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    Creating a Musical Piece

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    Creating a Musical Piece Named after 3.5 players of the modern Chelsea squad, the ‘Sambacudi-Gallasoterry-Lampardo’ was created after 5 weeks of non-stop creation, imagination and notation. Our goal was to create a new Dance which would be performed. The coursework was led buy Southampton University’s world famous Michael Finnessy, who is what you might call an expert on music. Our piece had to be under three minutes, but time was not a major priority. We were instructed to use four

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    Analysis of Musical Piece

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    Analysis of Musical Piece I decided to use this piece for my appraisal for a number of reasons. This piece was released in 2004 by a band called Keane; it was the first single by this band, and the single that made them famous. This song is typical for Keane. It has block chords to create a pulsing beat. This seems to be a trademark for Keane’s music. The pianist uses mainly block chords, to create the feeling that the song is pulsing, and I decided I could do this easily with my left

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    The History and Composition of Great Musical Pieces Music is the most intangible art form. You cannot grasp or hold it, as you can other art forms. It is there for a minute, and it vanishes as soon as the last chord fades away. The great works of music are timeless. They remain with us after all the instruments have been packed away and the players have all gone home, in our heads, playing over and over. We hear them everywhere from shopping malls to commercials, even after their composers have

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    The infamous story of Romeo and Juliet has been replicated in many mediums. Tchaikovsky created his own version of Romeo and Juliet in his music piece entitled Romeo and Juliet Overture: Love Theme. Tchaikovsky chose to divide his piece into different sections representing parts of the play. This beautiful piece provides an accurate representation of Romeo and Juliet in a different medium because of Tchaikovsky’s dynamics, his choice of instruments, and the sound of the music. Tchaikovsky’s first

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    Twentienth Century Musical Pieces

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    Zwilich prove to be no different. All three pieces draw on the inspirations left by their predecessors in order to create truly unique and memorable works. Though the pieces are from the same time period, they sound inherently different. This all stems from the fact that each composer drew from dissimilar musical eras and put their own type of improvisation or flares on the work. Berg draws on stylistic elements of the romantic era opera. In his piece entitled “Wozzeck”, Berg incorporates the use

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    MP3

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    available right in our home. Technology is changing the way we listen to music now downloading an MP3 from the Internet is as easy if not a lot easier than going to the store and buying the CD. An MP3 is a near CD quality digital recording of a musical piece that is compressed so it can be distributed through the internet. It seems the high prices, new technology, and a big one is availability are causing most music lovers to turn to the internet to lister to their music. It's convenient to search

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    This is a revised version of MP3. Theoriginal Sucked ass so I took some liberties with it so as not to get an F. This one should be much better...... Mp3: A Boundary or a Bridge? One of the newest, most exciting and innovative ways to get music these days is not in the mall and not at a huge mega-sized electronic store, it's not even by a mail order CD club. It’s the computer. It sits conveniently on a desk and now allows access to every imaginable genre of music, twenty-four hours a day, rain

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    Antonio Vivaldi

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    Vivaldi's music is particularly innovative as he gave brightness to the formal and the rhythmic structure of concertos. He repeatedly looked for harmonic contrasts, creating innovative melodies and themes. Vivaldi’ main goal was to create a musical piece meant to be appreciated by the wide public, and not only by an intellectual minority. The joyful appearance of his music reveals a transmittable joy of composing. These are among the causes of the vast popularity of his music. This popularity soon

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    Callenges Of Life

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    what her mother thought o perfect child ought to be like.) Jing-mei’s greatest challenge was to inform her mother that she wasn’t interested in being the perfect child. She simply wished to be accepted as herself. One day Jing-mei performed a musical piece on a piano at a talent show. After her horrible performance, father, mother, and Jing-mei drove home disappointed, especially mother. Jing-mei went to her room went they arrived home. Her mother went to Jing-mei’s room shouting and yelling at

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    An Effective Education

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    individuality and self experience will be used as a fuel for the scholastic fire, which gives students a valid opportunity to be excellent citizens. As a juxtaposition, the importance of education can be compared to a musical composition. In order to effectively perform a musical piece, one must have a certain understanding of keys, notes, and chord progressions. In order to be an effective citizen, one must have a degree of individuality and self experience to complete a truly amazing educational

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