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    Flying Solo

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    Flying Solo Today is the day of my first flying lesson. For the last month I have been putting together a model of the Spirit of St. Louis, the plane Charles Lindbergh used to fly from to New York to Paris in May of 1927, the first transatlantic flight. I love putting together models; I love the intense concentration it requires, the knot of tension that forms at the back of my neck, the dizzying smell of glue. Charles Lindbergh was not the first pilot to attempt this flight, but he was the

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    The Hope Solo Story

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    If what does not kill us makes us stronger, then Hope Solo is made of steel. In Hope Solo’s novel Hope Solo: A Memoir of Hope, she is not afraid to speak the truth no matter what people may think of her. Hope learned during her younger years to be open to different ideas and not get discouraged by life’s challenges. She has faced countless obstacles in both her personal life and professional career. Although her persona is very intimidating, Hope is a daddy’s girl, honest, and straight-forward

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    An Analysis of Solo This book, in my opinion, is a very good example of a serial killer, and his ironic demise.  The book begins with an example of serial killing, where a powerful, influential man is killed by an assassin.  The book, after the killing, follows the killer to an unusual place-a concert hall. There it is found that the killer is internationally famous concert pianist John Mikali. This man, Mikali, has been tormented by death and pain all of his life. His family has been based

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    The Solo River

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    The Bengawan Solo is the longest river in the Indonesian archipelago, located at the island of Java. It runs through Mount Lawu’s slopes, passes through the province of Solo, and streams over the lowlands then discharges to the Java Sea. Java is well known to have a tropical monsoon climate; therefore flooding is a common environmental problem throughout Indonesia. Java has lengthy humid forecasts during October up until April, with the most humid months being January and February. Due to the recent

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    Sólo: The Hit

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    Sólo The Hit Rules are rules; they may seem to be solved by organization, although one key thing is that they are always meant to be broken, no matter what the outcome may be. A young girl in a small town, where everyone knows each other and everyone else knows you, and everything about you. She is the last human to be born on this earth; since her mom tells her stories that the men killed the entire woman race, because they wanted to end humanity. Sofia and her mother are the only women left

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    Reflection Paper On Solo

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    I could feel my heart pounding out of my chest as I walked over to where I would perform my solo. My accompanist, Helen Griffin, nodded her head and smiled at me in assurance that we would sound great. I smiled back, and gained confidence that the solo would indeed be wonderful. The judge acknowledged me, and I stated my name and the title of the piece. After taking a few deep breaths, I raised the instrument to my mouth and began to play. On Friday afternoon, my Dad and I decided to change our

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    The Guitar Solo

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    If someone mentions guitar solo to you, what comes to mind? A musical god commanding a stage? A puffy haired, spandex clad dude making silly faces? Do you see a duck walk? A burning guitar? The guitar as an instrument evokes so many feelings, even for those not musically inclined. The guitar solo, is also a topic of heated debates. What makes a good solo? Is it the ability to compliment a song, or to be a showcase for self-indulgence? And while the guitar solo seems synonymous with rock and roll

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    Talib Kweli Biography

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    (2000), which firmly established them apart from Mos Def, who had gone solo. For a moment there, Kweli and his Rawkus associates seemed like a full-fledged movement -- a return to the sort of hip-hop associated with the so-called golden age. However, it wasn't to be. Rawkus somehow lost its momentum, and its roster sadly dispersed, leaving Kweli on his own to carry the torch. He continued his output, beginning with a proper solo debut, Quality (2002), and though he didn't rack up towering sales numbers

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    Beethoven, Bach And Bartok: Comparisons

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    mainly used as solo instruments or as part of the basso continuo.The wind section had become a separate unit capable of contrast and distinct colour.The harpsichord generally plays an ostinato under the orchestra. Piano not invented.The piano introduces a third colour-tone to be contrasted with the orchestra Baroque and Classical Concerto Form– Differences <td width="50%">Baroque Concerto FormClassical Concerto Form Concerto grosso (use of string orchestra set against a number of solo instruments)

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    Pink Floyd

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    instability. They tried to work out an arrangement where newly hired guitarist and close friend David Gilmour would perform live with the band while Barrett would make his contributions in the studio. This didn’t work. Syd Barrett left the group to pursue a solo career. The band decided to continue on without Barrett and Waters stepped in as the dominant composer and writer. Using Barrett’s vision as an obvious blueprint, but adding a more formal, somber, and quasi-classical tone, their 1968 follow-up A Saucerful

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