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    Beethoven

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    movement, which is a triumphant setting to Schiller's Ode to Joy, ... ... middle of paper ... ...e again into a solo quartet as to slow things down. After a break of silence everyone is back again with full orchestration the sound of the timpani shouts through as the music crescendo to a fast paced quick ending. The feeling of happiness and excitement is felt throughout. There is no doubt that the meaning of this piece - the expression of joy is seen here. This piece is one that really evokes

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    the music, piece by piece with some help to understand and ... ... middle of paper ... ...ers--over the canopy of stars Muss ein lieber Vater wohnen! A loving Father must live. and these lines are then repeated. The religious section of the ode begins as the chorus intones in an awed manner: Ihr stürzt nieder, Millionen? Millions, do you fall upon your knees? The music rises hopefully toward God and the heavens as the final lines of verse are sung: Ahnest du den Schöpfer, Welt? Do you

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    Personal Essay

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    student weeping with hatred, crying out against his crazed science teacher, Mr. Joy. People thought of him as the embodiment of all evil possible in a teacher, a heartless dictator, a cruel old man. When he walked by, he often got stares, and whispers of “Hitler” behind his back. On that hot languid September morning, I sat in stony silence at my desk, hearing the warnings of upperclassmen echoing in my ears, waiting for Mr. Joy to appear. As he walked in, I breathed a temporary sigh of relief. At least

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    Impressing My Father

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    his only son take after him must have been great. My brother and my dad are the two people I adore and respect the most in this world and all I wanted to do was be like then and make them proud. After my brother died, I never saw that look of pure joy in my father’s eyes. I would try so hard to impress him. I played the violin, cello, piano, and even the flute hoping to please him but it was all in vain. I never saw even a glimmer of pride in his eyes. I would often ask. ”Daddy are you proud of me

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    Masterpieces of Classical Music

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    Masterpieces of Classical Music Orchestra Research Paper Ludwig Van Beethoven is perhaps one of the best known composures in all of history. His legacy on the art of music is profound. He had a difficult, strict life, which morphed into tragedy as his hearing and health faded. Despite this complicated life, Beethoven’s works remain incredibly popular today. Beethoven was born in December of 1770 in Bonn, in present day Germany (Budden, 2014). Beethoven’s father, Johann, drilled Beethoven continuously

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    Beethoven 's 9th Symphony is a very famous piece of 19th century music that is known around the world. Different people have different opinions on this piece, for example, a musician that has studied Beethoven and his music in detail may think differently compared to someone who is not so knowledgeable about the subject. These opinions, from two different perspectives, have been formed based on values that have been constructed and shaped by the society in which we live today. This essay will discuss

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    the author put much emphasis on the mothers of the two Wes’. Author Wes’s mother Joy immigrated to the U.S and had to learn how to fit into American society at a very young age. She joined an activist group while attending American University in Washington, D.C. The things she experienced as she assimilated into a new county and culture developed in her a passion for justice and decisiveness when faced with choices. Joy learned, in a conversation with the Dean of Wes' school, that Wes was being put

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    into intercourse with the world. Hester is saved at the end not by the "consecration of its own" she once thought blessed her union with Dimmesdale, not by escape into ... ... middle of paper ... ...ch somehow we all bear complicity, and with both joy and trouble intensifed by love, linking us to others who share in the human condition. With such distinctions, we can hardly call Hawthorne a true and complete hippie. Neither can we deny that he shared the hippies' aversions and the most essential

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    prideful woman named Joy. By taking notice of this Pointer is able to play on Joys pride by comforting her and acting as if he is an ignorant man to get what he wants. Mr. Pointer interacts with Mrs. Hopewell and is ultimately invited inside of her house “to speak of serious things.” She brings him into the parlor and they discuss the lack of a bible. Well into their discussion Mrs. Hopewell excuses herself. “I have to check on my dinner. She went out to the kitchen and found Joy near the door where

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    Synopsis: Sailing to Byzantium is Yeats’s ode on the hardship of old age in comparison the joy of youth which he claims is the only pride of an old man as it shows his hearts desire that is deceived by the appearance of his aging body. In the poem Yeats tries to move spiritually to Byzantium where he seeks immortality through becoming an artificial piece. Yeats ends the poem saying his wish to become an artificial piece so he is never reincarnated into old age with the memories of his youth. Thus

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