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    the music was both calming and enticing. In the background, you can hear a singular beat while her voice provides the “substance,” of the song. Her voice is the collection of pitches and use of latin give her music such a mysterious, divine sound. In O Gloriosissimi, Lux Vivens, Angeli, Antiphona, her captivating voice has unique pitch. The dynamics of the song starts softly than gets loud to which it goes back to being soft. What is so amazing is that she is not using any instrument to accompany

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    The book song yet sung written by James McBride gave me an insight on what African Americans went through during the period of slavery, and how they struggled to survive. This book has positively influenced me especially academic career. In the book, a young lady, by the name of Liz Spocott, had the gift of foresight, through dreams, which made some of the prisoners she met refer to her as ‘the dreamer.’ She envisioned a world in which black people are free from slavery but imprisoned by vice, where

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    I picked the song “Family is Family” by Kacey Musgraves because the way she talks about her family relates to me personally and Conley. The song hits me hard personally for many reasons. First, many items and events that happen have happened to me. Second, my family is far from perfect and in this song, she gives imperfections along with great qualities my family has. Third, my family is a huge support system. We are always there for each other in any way, shape or form. In a sociological manner

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    feel when you hear live Jazzy-funk music so sweet and hot, you just gotta shout something. The word is: DAG!" - Columbia Records There is only one place on earth where I though I could go to experience the true meaning of Jazz and to try to place myself in the shoes of all of the artists I have studied over the past semester. New Orleans, Louisiana is just that place. On April 10, 1996, I boarded a United Airlines plane bound, non- stop, for the "Home of Jazz." My goal in New Orleans was to try

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    cases where the song will say one thing, but the listener can infer a different meaning. One case of this is with the band Three Days Grace, specifically the lead singer and songwriter, Adam Gontier. When Adam writes songs for a album, he appears to stick to a specific theme. The themes created through his music can create parallels to his life. Although Adam isn’t the only

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    When it comes to the visions of America we tend to think of two sides. Thomas Jefferson and Ben Franklin. They each have their own unique way of saying what Americas Vision is.Thomas Jefferson 's vision of America is what we would call idealistic. Meaning it is ideal to be lived for and for which must always strive. He states in the Declaration of Independence that "All are created equal." Defining equality can be difficult because the meaning is always changing. It does not mean we are the same

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    Elvis Presley Influences

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    is a guitar. There is actually a hotel named after Elvis’s first hit single. It is located in Memphis, Tennessee. Unfortunately, the hit song was inspired behind a suicide note that one of Pre... ... middle of paper ... ...sley performed his music in all types of genres. Presley allowed musicians to step out of the box and be their selves. He had hit songs in gospel, rock, pop, and country. Although he lived a short life, he is still famous in some people’s eyes. I met a woman who had attended

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    The Last Song Analysis

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    the relationship, as well as the pain both characters go through. As the film continues, the characters are torn apart, and soon come to the realization of how much they truly love each other as they search for a way to get back together. The Last Song (2010) is a film that shows the struggle of two young teens that fall in love,

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    Concerts Across Time

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    would attack a limo, but I adored the way it sounded when it was sung over the smooth easy flowing guitar riffs. For me this was the point when my love of music developed listening to my father play his guitar and sing songs from the 60’s, 70’s, and some he wrote himself. This song always takes me back to those moments and the sense of warm enjoyment I felt listening to my father play. Music is a powerful tool that acts on the full scale of human emotions with the ability to, light up a dark day

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    Dubliners and The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock Several of Joyce's stories in Dubliners can read as lamentations. They are showing the frustrated inability of man to represent meaning by external means, including written word. When characters in ^Araby^, and ^A Painful Case^ attempt to represent or signify themselves, other characters or abstract spiritual entities with or through words, they not only fail, but end up emotionally ruined. In T.S. Eliots^ poem, ^ The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

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