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    The Musical world of Rajasthan "Rajasthan exhibits the sole example in the history of mankind of a people withstanding every outrage barbarity can inflict or human nature sustain, and bent to the earth, yet rising buoyant from the pressure and making calamity a whetstone to courage" Of the immensely beautiful states of India, each unique in its ethnicity and traditions, Rajasthan is probably the most mystically intriguing of all. The dullness of the desert, in contrast to the rich and colorful

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    childlike and naïf Starr persona into the musical world of the Beatles from their films. This process is exemplified in three songs, written by Lennon and McCartney, for Starr to perform: “With a Little Help from My Friends,” “Yellow Submarine,” and “Good Night.” “With a Little Help” sees Starr assume yet another persona in Billy Shears, but is still useful in understanding the Ringo Starr persona. The song has a “rather purposefully over-simplified musical vocabulary, … a more advanced antiphonal

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    The Musical World of Aaron Copland

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    Sarah Mittenthal Copland, were Jewish immigrants from Russia (6). Copland had four older siblings who grew up together. When he was eleven years old, one of his sisters, Laurine, taught him how to play a piano (3). Laurine also influenced to his musical world by introducing him to ragtime and opera (6). From 1913 to 1917, he took his first formal piano lessons from Leopold Wolfsohn (3, 6). Wolfsohn introduced him to the pieces of the great musicians such as Beethoven and Mozart. When he was fifteen

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    Ludwig Van Beethoven

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    his livelihood. He did receive stipends from admirers and friends, but he remained independent of the shackles of conditional patronage that frustrated so many of his contemporaries. Beethoven was lucky in one sense; he rose to prominence in the musical world at a time when social strata were becoming more flexible, and the emerging power of the middle class provided him many opportunities for performances of his music for public audiences. This, combined with lucrative publishing arrangements, allowed

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    Several Terms to Describe The Musical World

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    There are several terms to describe the musical world throughout the years. Some of these terms are Sonata Form, Polyphony, and word painting. The terms from the twentieth century seem to be the most frequently used because they are more modern than the previously mentioned terms. These terms are Impressionism, Expressionism, and Minimalism. There are various composers that have implemented these terms into their music. Claude Debussy used Impressionism, Arnold Schoenberg used Expressionism, and

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    of the hardest things to do, raising two girls. At this stage in her life, my mother is a highly respected woman in the Psychology world, a highly respected woman in the Catholic Church, and a highly respected woman in my family. She's held us together in times... ... middle of paper ... ... in Monopoly and make unfair candy trades at Halloween. I'm still the world-class flutist, playing in my room for hours at a time, tirelessly. She always finds time to go to my concerts and recitals. But I'm

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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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    Joseph Haydn is known as one of the most profound composers of the classical period. His efforts towards the musical world are now legendary as are his pieces of which he specialised and strongly produced Symphonies and String Quartets. He also took part making history creating sonatas and piano trios. Born on the 31st March 1732, the Austrian born composer grew up in the small farming village of Rohrau (located near the border of Hungary) with his father Mathias Haydn who made money as a wheelwright

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    With musical tastes changing weekly, it is often difficult to capture the attention of listeners, especially with the wider availability of music. As a result, bands disappear faster than you can say Grammy. However, with two albums and a publicity-driven feud with The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers, alongside a gaggle of shows under their belt, it is nearly impossible to miss The Bravery. As one of the hardest working rock acts, The Bravery is determined to make a name for itself in the music

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    Beethoven's Musical Structure Traditional analysis of Beethoven's use of Sonata Allegro form tends to focus on harmonic or melodic movement and key relationships. This study stretches such investigations to include questions of historical context and philosophic motivations that drive a composer to structure music in a certain way. Ultimately this leads to an inquiry about how these traditions affect us as listeners, and more specifically how they relate to gender issues in a musical tradition

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