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The chills you get when listening to music are caused by the release of dopamine in your body.
Scientists recruited people who reliably get shivers when listening to an affective score. The chills are a consistent, in the moment measure of pleasure than asking how test subjects felt. Scientists used brain-imaging techniques that revealed that the music caused dopamine peaks coupled with emotional arousal.
The release of dopamine during music explains why such a high value is put on it and why music can manipulate our emotions. The effect that music has on us is quite comparable to other pleasures. Some examples are the joy of eating food, sex, and other tangible rewards.
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Music is incredibly important to this story. In fact, the story has been called "the best verbal description of transcendent musical experience" by a noted musician and ethnomusicologist. In what ways does music figure in the story? Why is it important that Sonny wants to be a musician? How good a musician is he? Discuss the importance of the fact that both Sonny and his dead uncle are/were musicians. Finally, look very closely at the last two pages of the story and discuss what happens when the narrator really listens to his brother play. What understanding does the narrator come to--and how is that understanding related to the story as a whole?
In the field
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Now a day music and radio have a great effect on American cultures and its values. Music has been around hundreds of years and has been an important cultural form for the people to maintain and preserve history. Music has always played an important role in learning and the communication of culture. Before the written word people and tribes used music to tell the stories and teach lessons and tell stories of the battles, victory, and ritual. American culture music has reflected of how people struggled with economic and social conditions. For instance like the revolutionary movements, labor movement and the civil Rights movement. Blues and country music came about by World War 2 in which
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Classical Indian Music
It is undeniable that the music of a people is embedded in their culture and traditions, and so is the Indian classical music. The tones and sounds of the Indian music bear influence from the Hindu religion and their culture. Instrumentation and notation has been quite unique unlike the Western music. Ravi Shankar is among Indian musicians who have revolutionalized the classical Indian music and has won three Grammy Wards. Although Shankar interacted with other artists from other cultures, his music reflects on the Indian musical traditions. The classical Indian music is reputed style of music which even today espouses the aesthetics of the ancient times despite
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Music is an art form whose medium is sound and silence. Its common elements are pitch, rhythm, dynamics, and the sonic qualities of timbre and texture. The word derives from Greek μουσική .
The creation, performance, significance, and even the definition of music vary according to culture and social context. Music ranges from strictly organized compositions, through improvisational music to aleatoric forms. Music can be divided into genres and subgenres, although the dividing lines and relationships between music genres are often subtle, sometimes open to personal interpretation, and occasionally controversial. Within the arts, music may be classified as a performing art, a fine art, and
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March 2, 2014
Concert Attendance #1 Review
Earlier today, I went to the first of my two concerts for Music Appreciation at Georgia Perimeter College (Clarkston Campus) Fine Arts Department presented a trombone/piano recital featuring Ed Nicholson and Todd Qualls. Since my car is in the repair shop, and I don’t know anyone in the class (being that it’s online), I ended up getting my entire family, with the exception of my elder brother, to go as well. My younger cousin initially wanted to go, however upon the revelation that it was music from the 16th century, he was immediately put off as if I’d asked him to attend a gymnastic
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Example of Concert Review Essay
[This was a paper written by an actual student in the Popular Music in America class. It is not offered as an award-winning review nor is it compositionally error-free. It did, however, receive an A for this assignment and is an example of the level of writing and analysis that is required to receive an A. Please do not, however, begin your paper in exactly the same way or attempt to copy “buzz words” or phrases. Write your own paper!]
On February 17, 2005, the Jazz Ensemble at Tarleton State University had their first concert of the spring semester with special guest trumpeter, Daryl White. The jazz ensembles collectively performed thirteen
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She said I couldn’t be committed
She said I’m too much of a player
It was all a dream
Reality was far from the safe picture she painted for me
She told me I was the one and I believed
until the dream dissipated so suddenly
I don’t know why she was so compelled to leave
Something was messin’ with her psychology
I’m confused, she’s sayin’ something’s wrong with me
But how can I fix something I cannot see
She said, “You’re not ready
Baby, you’re not ready for the real thing”
She told me that I’d be unfaithful and I cannot believe
She said you can’t be committed
I said baby i dont really get it
She said you’re not
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It was really impressive to me because it was my first time doing community service. Even though my mission was just helping staff to classify all donated clothes and hang them out in different size zones as well as taking the price tags and clips off the kid’s clothes, I still felt very meaningful and enjoyable since I was doing a small good thing without expecting any reward.
Also, this experience makes me realize that something that we don’t need anymore may be very useful to others like used clothes, furniture, toys and other used staff.
I felt sympathetic especially when I saw little kids coming with parents to choose clothes for free. These kids even have no access to new clothes
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FILM AND MUSIC
So what is music? Well in a sense every sound produced from clapping two hands to slapping a person is music; The more recognized pundits define it as an arrangement of sounds in a pleasing sequence or combination to be sung; or played on instruments.
Well who cares about music in a prolonged sense- music are something universal, something unique, and something which is soothing to our heart, our senses, which makes our nerves calm down- the effect is simply astonishing. Its like a web you have been caught in, a web of music, a web in which where ever you go you find music, music to touch your heart, to take you, in a sense, under its control.
And why not- music tames the
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Professor Jake Edwards
Stress: Relieved Through Music
Stress affects millions of people in the world every day. However, many people seem to ignore the fact that there are options out there to relieve your stress or at least keep your stress a little more under control and less over bearing. I myself am a guitarist, I play guitar on a daily basis and even more when I am stressed out, it calms and relaxes me and helps take my mind off of anything that may be causing me stress. This lead to the realization that music is a great stress reliever, not only playing music, but listening to music also seems to relieve stress. Music can provide a
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people for these type of movies. Understandably, they are all unbelievably talented and great at what they do. Also it seemed like MGM was the production company of most of these types of films from that time. These are some of the things that I found haven't changed during the time in which these films prospered.
This week we watched two films, A Star is Born and The Bandwagon. Both of these films are backstage musicals from the 1950's. These are great examples to show how this type of movie has evolved and matured over time. All from plot, music, and character, we can see how these films changed.
Some ways A Star is Born has matured since the creation of the backstage musical are
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Daniel Bagwell Ms. Waggoner English 111 15 November 2000 A View on Music and the Government The censorship of music and other forms of entertainment by the government have long been the topic of
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Sac State Percussion Group
Last Wednesday I attended a percussion group performance in Capistrano Hall. I had no expectations going into the performance as to what to expect. I knew there are many varieties of percussion instruments, however I had never seen a percussion group play live. I was blown away at the different variety of objects that can be played as a percussion instrument. Also I want to mention that the performers were amazing and very talented.
Before this performance the basic idea I had about percussion group was that they primarily used drums and cymbals for the majority of their music. However, this was not the case. I was thoroughly
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Running head: Roots of Blues and Country music
Roots of Blues and Country music
Marc A. Cañas
Roll Over Beethoven: A Survey of Rock and Roll
Professor: Jeanne Mayer, Ph.D
April 11, 2010
Blues & Country
The Blues and Country Music
Blues and country music both developed in the 19th century in the Southern United States. They share a similar history. For this reason, they share many of the same musical and lyrical characteristics.
Blues is the name given to both a musical form and a music genre created primarily within the African-American communities in the Deep
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Professor Kimberlee Hoftiezer
24 January 2016
Music Education: A Personal Journey
For the past few years I have been taking different courses, learning many things and preparing myself for the life ahead of me. As a soon-to-be college graduate, the future beckons, bright and inviting. There are endless career opportunities that await those who have put forth the effort to receive an education. The career goals toward which I am currently preparing are to become a highly sought-after piano teacher and piano-teacher trainer with a full roster of students, complete with a waiting list for those who wish to join my studio. I plan to build a fully- developed
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The Best Musical in the World
“Do a deer a female deer, Re a drop of gold sun, Mi a name I call myself, Fa a long long way to run, So a needle pulling thread, La a note to follow So, Ti a drink with jam and bread, and that would bring us back to do, do, do, do.” The Sound of Music aired in the year 1965. It was set in Austria in the 1930’s. The movie is a biography, drama, family, musical, and a romance. There were three main actors in this film. The three were Julie Andrews (Maria), Christopher Plummer (Captain VonTrapp), and Eleanor Parker (The Baroness). The director was Robert Wise. Wise has directed other popular movies like West Side Story and Star Trek: The Motion Picture. The film
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What are some of the ethical challenges surrounding the movie and music industries as they relate to the Internet?
Today's technology makes it much easier to get and give away copyrighted material illegally. Many people are taking advantage of the access, downloading and sharing everything from games to movies to music to software. Unfortunately, people find the chance to get this stuff for free just too tempting, do not do it. It comes with large consequences, it is called digital piracy, and it is the act of illegally downloading copyrighted games, music, movies, TV shows, and software that you haven't paid for. Not paying people for their creative work isn't just an ethical issue, it's
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– verbal communication? Why do you suppose that this commercial relies primarily on non-verbal communication between a young man and a gorgeous woman? What types of non – verbal communication are being used in this case?
2. Would any of the non-verbal communications in this spot (ad) not work well in another culture?
3. What role does music play in this spot? Who is the target market?
4. Is the music at all distracting from the message?
5. How else are radio stations advertised on TV?
CASE III: Arvind Pandey Caught in Business Web
Arvind Pandey is a project manager at Al Saba Construction Company in Muscat. It s a flourishing company with several construction
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General Electric (GE) competes in many different industries ranging from appliances, aviation, and consumer electronics, to energy, financial services, health care, oil, and wind turbines. These industries are quite diverse, but there are similarities among several of them. In fact, GE’s businesses are grouped in four divisions: GE Capital, GE Energy, GE Technology Infrastructure, and GE Home & Business Solutions. In recent years, more than 50 percent of GE’s annual revenue has come from its financial services businesses. However, GE has reduced its assets in financial services—GE Capital provides approximately one-third of its total earnings. In 2012, much of GE’s growth in revenues
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Monty Python music movie notes:
Opening credits have epic atonal timpani music until record drop/slow down. Then strings until another sacking. Then Mexican music just before the opening scene.
Opening section – Found sounds in the coconuts
The knight theme plays the first time while Sir Arthur is confronted by the peasants and is basically used as music to play between scenes as well as when the knights are traveling
Chanting by the monks as source music
Brass music during the introduction of the knights of the round table
Fanfare introducing Camelot
Camelot musical song
Choral music while God talks to the knights
More fanfares between the tales of the knights in the troubadour
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I plan to make my music stand out by doing things I’ve never seen done before such as stepping out of my comfort zone and playing with other musicians that I never played with before. I want to jump outside of the box and work hard to reach my goals of becoming an accomplished musician. I would include things in my music that have true meaning. I would like to be able to make someone’s bad day into a good day. I want my music to express the feelings I have about what is going on in the world around us. I would like for people to let my music flow though their minds, forget their problems and be able to look forward to the future that will bring a brighter day. Themes that I would explore
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Final Music Essay
Tuesday - (6:30-9:15PM)
As the weeks dwindled down, and the semester was all but over, I can tell you that there will be certain things that I can take with me once I move on to my next semester from out music cultures class. Unfortunately, it was only every Tuesday, so it wasn't like any other normal class where we would come three days a week. I guess that's a night class for you though! Our music class was fun, interesting, and off the charts sometime's, which is a good thing.
What some teachers don't realize is that you have to put a little enthusiasm in your lecture's. I can say that there were a lot of laughs, learning, and we were able to
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-Contemporary classical music can be understood as belonging to the period that started in the mid-1970s with the retreat of modernism. However, the term may also be employed in a broader sense to refer to all post-1945 modern musical forms.
-Contemporary music is the music that was developed in the early 20th century around the world with little influence from the European style and elements. Several musicians both classical, neo classical, developed different styles of the music experimenting with a bit of creativity in the process. The music was recorded on tapes and was available from all over, yet varied
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WORLD MUSIC CHAPTER 5
1. Why does the Indian classical tradition dominate the musical image of South Asia in the west?
The classical music of India has gained most of the attention of outsiders probably due to the colonization era that has brought Indo-European invaders (Aryan Civilization) into their territory between 2000 and 1500 BCE due to the presence of rich resources. However, Indian music, unlike the communal music of Africa and Southeast Asia, is individual and often virtuosic and can be both vocal and instrumental. The Hindustani one (North) is more appealing to the Western society as it is more instrumental based, whereas the Carnatic (south) one is more vocally oriented
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Exploring Innovation in Action: The Changing Nature of the Music Industry
Can you map the different kinds of innovation in the case study? Which were incremental and which radical/discontinuous? Why? Give examples to support your answer.
One of the innovations in this case study is e-tailing. E-tailing or Electronic retailing is a channel where business-to-business and business-to-consumer sale goods and services through the internet in which revenue can come from the sale of products and services, through subscriptions to website content, or through advertising (Investopedia). In this case study, the ‘e-tailing’ channel obtained the latest hard copy CD’s you can imagine. CD’s were one
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The Influence of Music on Self and Society - Values in Music in Eastern and Western Cultures
Throughout history the unspoken but highly evocative language of music has exerted powerful influences on individuals and societies alike. Felix Mendelssohn once remarked that music is more specific about what it expresses than words written about those expressions could ever be. That music has the power to express, convey and illicit powerful emotions is without question, however the issue of music's moral and ethical power, and how that power affects individuals and societies, is one that receives too little attention in our post-modern world. Ancient cultures held strong
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Essay on a Commercial
Sitting down to watch the television today is more than just enjoying your favorite program. Commercials are a huge part of today's television programming. Seldom can we sit down and watch a show on T.V. without interruptions of commercials trying to persuade us to buy something or send somebody our money. The people behind the production of commercials use glamorous objects to appeal to the consumers and to, in turn, provoke them to buy their product. The Subway “Five Dollar Footlong” commercial advertisers use strategies by humor, action, and music.
First, Subway starts out with some music. Music always gets your attention and almost all commercials nowadays use
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The article that I chose to write about comes from Billboard. Jukely Unlimited is a new concert subscription service that recently opened to the public. It is an app that users download, and then “for $25 a month, members have access to select venues and shows as predetermined by the Jukely team, …for $45 a month, members get the same deal but with a plus one” (Brown).
The team partners with music venues within a city to make the shows available to subscribers. Over 90% of users use the app for concert suggestions. They link their account with Facebook and based on their music likes on Facebook, will pair them with shows of similar artists or music who are playing at
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Arabic classical music
Indeed, the intriguing story of 20th century expressions of Arabic classical music is a study in the development of national styles emerging during the first decades of the 1900s. Cairo and Beirut were key cities in this efflorescence. The presence of a strong recording and media industry in Cairo together with the happy collision of Egypt’s wealth of folk traditions, the European classical music tradition (right from the 1870s Cairo could boast of an opera house) and classical urban music from the Ottoman period can be cited as signature features of Arabic classical music.
The typical Arab small ensemble unit, the Takht (comprising a Ney, Oud and Qanun)
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Collins' attitude -- that copying purchased CDs or DVDs is legal, while copying stolen music or movies is a crime -- is pervasive among young people ages 12 to 24, according to a Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll . Among teens ages 12 to 17 who were polled, 69% said they believed it was legal to copy a CD from a friend who purchased the original. By comparison, only 21% said it was legal to copy a CD if a friend got the music free. Similarly, 58% thought it was legal to copy a friend's purchased DVD or videotape, but only 19% thought copying was legal if the movie wasn't purchased. The Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll was conducted from June 23 to July 3 using the Knowledge
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1. What marketing management philosophy did Harmonix use at first and how did their philosophy change?
The marketing management philosophy used by Harmonix in the beginning was production oriented. The company focused on some demo software they had created in 1995, and on the internal capabilities rather than the wants or needs of customers. The originators believed that if people had the chance to create their own music, they would jump at the opportunity. They then decided to try and make a product that people would ultimately get the feel of what it feels like to be a “rock star” and decided to engage their customers, changing their philosophy to the market orientation. The company in
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Comm Studies 11
I. Intro: Today I will be discussing a type of music that has become very popular in the past half decade; unless you actually listen to it on a daily basis you probably call it Techno.
A. That’s not the full picture; the correct term is Electronic dance music or EDM.
B. I will inform you in detail what type of music is categorized in EDM.
C. How it began and where it is now.
II. As said by Moby in an interview with USA Today, Electronic Dance Music (EDM) is a vague term used to describe many different sub-genres that are rooted in beats per minute (bpm).
D. These sub-genres have sub-genres themselves
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America is truly a “melting pot.” coming from Toronto, although not United States land, they are very similar, and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, I experience this blending of cultures everyday. And having attended a nearly all white school when I was younger, I vastly prefer high school which was a mix of latinos,whites and blacks, where students come from all backgrounds. Some Americans may not be aware of it, but the integration of cultures in America has changed popular culture, music, and daily life for the better. Each culture adds different values and a different perspective to form the entirety that is American life.
On the weekends, my neighbors sometimes decide to serenade the
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ip hop (stylized as Hip-Hop) is a broad conglomerate of artistic forms that originated within a marginalized subculture in the South Bronx and quickly spread through other parts of New York City such as Harlem among African American and Latino American youth during the late 1970s. It is characterized by four distinct elements, all of which represent the different manifestations of the culture: rap music (oral), turntablism or "DJing" (aural), breaking (physical) and graffiti art (visual). Even while it continues in contemporary history to develop globally in a flourishing myriad of diverse styles, these foundational elements provide stability and coherence to the culture. The
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lifelong dream of owning a nightclub in which people could gather for good food, delicious drinks and exciting live entertainment.
Club IT’s Mission and Primary Clientele
The primary clientele of Club IT is a younger crowd of people. Club IT plays a variety of music but the general genre of the music is focused on electronic, hip-hop, techno, MP3 and live music bands. When Ruben and Lisa remodeled Club IT, they focused on using open spaces and vivid and lively lighting to draw more of an upbeat crowd of people rather than developing a quiet and relaxing environment.
Every good business should have a legitimate and reassuring mission statement in place that states and describes the intent and delivery of services or goods to consumers. The owners of Club IT Keys, R., Tejado, L., state that “We, Ruben and Lisa, offer you live music, DJ's, dance space and refreshments that suit your lifestyle. You are our friends, and we seek to build a community that meets regularly at Club IT." (2000)
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April 13, 2014
Music and Salvation
Written by James Baldwin, “Sonny’s Blues” revolves around Sonny, a drug addict Jazz enthusiast and his unnamed brother, the narrator, who teaches algebra in Harlem. While the brothers are at two very different stages in their life, they both are struggling to find salvation and “reinvent their brotherhood in spite of the otherwise bleak environment of drug use, violence, and disenfranchisement in which they live” (Duncan). Throughout the story Jazz music plays a major role. While the brothers have different feelings about Jazz music it is ultimately the music with helps the brothers to salvage their relationship
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movie: Edward scissor hands 28/7/10
* Dark colours
* Deep music, orchestral
* Very plain
* Suspensive music and talking
* Bland colours for ‘normal’ society
* Old style clothing and cars
* Scary/mysterious music for Edwards house
* Cobwebs/ scary scenery around Edwards house
* Edwards black clothing stands out from all bland plain colours
* Right from beginning Tim Burton is showing his vision on life
* The people in the society want everything to be the same with no ‘different’ changes
* The people of Lano Lakes try to force Edward to be the same as everyone else
From watching the first half of the movie Edward
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marketed by Apple Inc. It is the default operating system of the IPhone. It is a UNIX like OS that is derived from Mac OS X. It is hard to say who would have the overall advantage in this case because both networks are strong. With one’s personal experience testing the Android Google market, most of the Applications did not work as well as the ones for the IPhones. Most of those third party builders did not have the slightest idea on how to make a successful application. An example of a third party program downloaded and tested was an MP3 music downloader. It downloaded a few songs and they stayed on the phone for a couple of days. Then an update came along with it and they would wipe all music
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(first launched) |
|Units sold |Over 300,000,000 worldwide as of October 2011 (see|
| |chart below) |
|CPU |Samsung ARM and Apple A4 |
|Online services |iTunes Music Store, App Store, iCloud, iBooks, |
| |MobileMe, Game Center |
| |(online services available only on iPod touch) |
iPod is a line of portable media players created and marketed by Apple Inc.. The product line-up consists of the hard drive-based iPod classic, the touchscreen iPod touch, the compact iPod
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Modern Day Hipsters
If you try to ask a hipster this question ‘”What is a Hipster?” he or she probably won’t have an answer and might not even consider themselves one” (Faulkner). Most hipsters do not consider themselves hipster because it has “quickly became a badge of shams” (Wise). Today, people largely see hipsters as “pretentious, fake and self-aggrandizing” and no one wants to be put under a label that has come to mean something negative (Wise). Modern day hipsters are extremely different from the 1940s hepsters, which was what they were called back then, but they have influenced the music that is listened to now and the fashion styles that are worn today.
Hipsters all started out
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Artworld, 1964, p. 3).
Simon Frith describes three art worlds present in the music industry: the art music world, folk music world, and commercial music world. Timothy Taylor (2004) associates these worlds with three popular music genres: rock, rap, and pop, respectively.
Book: Art Business
Jump up ^ Thornton 2008
Jump up ^ Becker, Howard S. Art Worlds. Berkley: University of California Press, 1982. ISBN 0-520-05218-8. Cited in Sanjeck (1999).
Jump up ^ Alexander, Amy. net art history (2001) Nettime.org
Jump up ^ Saltz, Jerry. "William Powhida Is Making Fun of Me, And I Love It". New York Magazine. 9 March 2010.
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bout of diarrhoea. He was put on respiratory support for about a week.
The last of the titans of Hindustani classical music, Pandit Bhimsen Joshi was a rare genius who could transcend the mundane and transport his audience to the sublime with his gifted voice that captured both anguish and ecstasy.
What made him arguably the most popular Hindustani music vocalist of the current times was his impassioned renditions with a powerful and penetrating voice that showcased the aesthetic majesty of the 'Kirana' gharana of which he was the celebrated exponent, as also the eloquent expression of light classical, devotional and the popular variety.
It was an awe-inspiring fusion of intelligence
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Essay F Influences of Pop culture
Influences of Pop Culture
Pop culture is the entirety of ideas, perspectives, attitudes, images, and other social network activities. It involves everything from video games, music, TV, movies, to the Internet. Pop culture has a massive impact on today’s society. In the past it mainly influenced younger people; now, it seems to affect all age groups. A large section of the population identifies themselves through popular culture as depicted on the television; their behavior is imitated by the ideas that the numerous TV shows present. This type of action is a bad influence on us as people and to our society.
American TV shows have changed the ideas
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to almost all of the content or services to their viewers for a small fee. The fees for subscription vary on what kind of service the consumer wants and for how long.
3. Is the record industry justified in attempting to shut down P2P file-sharing sites that make it possible to download copyrighted media? Why or why not?
Record industries are justified in wanting to stop P2P file-sharing websites. There is millions of money spent by record companies to produce albums and the work put into creating music and movies for the public. So it would be justifiable if record industries wanted to put a stop to people stealing their work and taking money out their pocket that they deserved. I
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1.1 The background of iPod
The iPod was innovated by Tony Fadell, a former employee of General Magic and Phillips. Fadell wanted to bring a player by using small hard-drive player that can be link to a delivery system where users can obtain or download music legally (Hormby and Knight. 2005). In October 2001, Apple announced their first strike into the digital music market by announcing the iPod. The iPod was a hard disk based digital music where when compare to the portable tape decks, it was smaller. The iPod could compete with both the flash-based player and hard disk based player. Apple was able to make the iPod smaller by using a 1.8" hard disk. Apple believed that
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Candidate Number: 4138
RSA Academy Arrow Vale
My task was to create a storyboard and a CD cover as well as insert. In order to accomplish this I had to research a range of music videos and CD covers that would relate to my genre of music. The genre that I have picked is alternative rock as I am most familiar with this genre of music and could express myself the most for this since I have an abundance of knowledge about this specific genre.
Whilst conducting my research, I looked at several contemporary bands such as: Kings of Leon, Linkin Park, 30 seconds to Mars as well as other older bands such as Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Nirvana. Bands are
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3. A researcher predicts that listening to music while solving math problems will make a particular brain area more active. To test this, a research participant has her brain scanned while
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different components that were present. The first component that I noticed right away was the variations in the dynamics of the movements and pieces. I realized that the dynamics referred to how loud or soft the music was. In the first movement of Sonata in B-Flat major, I noticed that it was most likely starting out in piano, meaning soft. It was a peaceful way to start out and I enjoyed it. Then, the dynamics started to slightly change into the louder tones of forte and fortissimo.
During the second movement of the piece I noticed that the dynamics fluctuated a lot throughout the entire length. In one section of the movement the dynamics ranged from pianissimo to fortissimo. When the