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    Music plays an important role in socialization of children, teens, and adults. Music provides entertainment and distraction from problems and serves as a way to relieve tension, stress, boredom, etc. There are a lot of different types of emotion that is showed throughout the book Quarantine by the characters David, Will, and Hilary. From sad to happy, from angry to calm there is all kinds of different swings. In the following I will be assigning a song that I think describes the type of emotion that

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    Theme and Symbolism in American Music Music defines our culture. As Americans, we listen to music while we drive our cars, are at work, doing housework, studying, etc. We have songs for special occasions: Christmas, Hanukah, birthdays, weddings, parties, etc. We have taken songs from the various cultures that make us diverse: Arabic, German, Mexican, Native American, etc. We have many genres: country, hip-hop, rap, pop, blues, jazz, rock, heavy metal, etc. And although we may think of music

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    The Themes of Love and Relationships in Pop Music The life of an adolescent varies from day to day. For every good thing, most likely there is a bad thing. This doesn’t always happen, but this constant changing of moods can greatly affect the stress one feels. Adolescents will look for some form of relief, this often being music. Turning on the radio while doing homework can help people stay relaxed and get through an assignment. Drifting off for thirty minutes while you listen to your favorite

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    Music played a very important role in the film, not only is it the main theme of the contest and the documentary itself, music possess many forms and symbolisms: (1) it brings people of different social backgrounds (wealth, age, beliefs) together from different parts of Afghanistan; it is of music’s power that people who were originally divided can unify and support the same person whom they favour regardless of their past conflicts and differences (2) it has a political means that allow people to

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    In today’s music industry, it is nearly impossible to avoid mentioning one of the world’s biggest pop superstars, Adele. At 27 years old, the artist has already reached enormous amounts of success and shattered numerous music records, including best selling record of 2015 for 25, her most recent piece of work. Prior to the release of 25, Adele attained similar accomplishments in her albums 19 and 20. All of Adele’s records are named after the age at which the star wrote and recorded the album; this

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    suspense music with approaching danger. In the music sequence whenever the shark is near its prey or attacking, its own theme tune is made to build up tension during this. The music is made in a certain way to scare the audience as it is made to represent the shark’s heartbeat. You can identify it's the shark and that something is evidently going to happen; although on some occasions, it does trick the audience by playing the music but nothing exciting happens. Two further examples of music or silence

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    2005, on Sky One at the primetime of 8pm. The first advertisement, which lasted for the duration of 30 seconds, was for Mastercard and took the genre of a romantic comedy and the theme of revenge. The second advertisement, which lasted the same duration, was for Halifax One and took the genre of Bollywood and the theme of a playboy lifestyle. The genres of the two ads were quite different, but they both used similar advertising methods in order for their advert to sell the product, both promoting

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    Comparison Between The Simpsons and Futurama The word genre can be used to describe several things such as books, films and television programmes. It means the theme of the book, e.t.c. and in the case of a film or programme means either horror, thriller, comedy, romantic. It is important that a programme or film makes clear what genre it is. For example, a horror should make you cower in fear and a thriller should keep you on the edge of your seat. In the case of a comedy, which I have

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    he called it “American Music.” Throughout the book, Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford, the idea of people being American was brought up many times by multiple characters in a few different situations. There are also certain sub genres in jazz that can relate to the bitter and the sweet components of the story. Finally, both jazz and the book share similar characteristics that form them into either the genre or the story that they are. Aspects of jazz music makes it the perfect genre

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    Personal Soundtrack Essay Some people say your ears are the gateway to the mind. You can tell a lot about a person by the types of music they listen too. Music has been one the biggest influences on my life and Memories have been solidified by the music I was listening too. The brain can easily remember music and it can be heavily influenced by different beats or lyrics. All of the songs that I chose for this soundtrack represent a part of who I am or a crucial piece of my childhood. This soundtrack

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