Composer Essay

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  • Polish Composer : Lutos Ł Awski

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    1.Brief introduction to Witold Lutosławski Polish composer Witold Lutosławski (1913-1994) was one of the most outstanding composers and conductors of the 20th - century and one of the preeminent Polish musicians during the last three decades.1[Wikipedia : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witold_Lutos%C5%82awski] He began learning piano at the age of 6, with Helena Hoffman then with Józef Smidowicz after 1924. Later he took violin classes in 1926, private lessons in theory and composition with Witold

  • The Evolution Of Music And The Evolution Of Music

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    The evolution of music, how it started, and how composers create music is phenomenal nowadays, the equipment used such as technology plays a great important role in how music is created and produced for clients who want the music. Music composers are the main reason that music most people hear today are available to be heard; thanks to composers, they provide the entertainment for consumers and, like other employees that work, have to make money and earn a living for themselves. Music composition

  • Essay On Barbara Strozzi

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    ambition does not even begin to describe Barbara Strozzi. Being a woman composer in the Baroque Era was not a social norm and caused those who pursued this career suffering, disadvantage, and negative labels. However, as one of the top women composers and singers in the Baroque Era, Strozzi did not let negativity stop her. Strozzi, thrown into the music world by her, “father,” Giulio, excelled the best she could as a woman composer, developing her artistic skills, embracing publishing and print, and

  • The Pros And Cons Of Plagiarism

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    reader learns that although it may not seem like a big deal to copy what someone else said online or in a book, it is actually breaking the U.S. law. For example, if a music composer wanted to write a new piece of music they would research and spend time trying to think about what their piece is going to consist of. If the composer were to take words from another piece

  • Computers And Music : Computers

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    Computers and Music Computers and Music James C. Compton Sunset Primary School, West Linn, Oregon August 20, 2006 Most people think of computers as mundane tools for completing daily tasks. But they are also a central part of exciting new technologies for artists including musicians. As computers improve and become faster and more powerful, they are becoming as integral to a musician’s work as any instrument. Over the years, musicians have struggled to use the computer

  • Music Streaming : How Can They Not Carry Those Amazing Records?

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    He can still remember it as if it was yesterday – how he had his heart broken for the first time and not tell anyone. Through his growing years, his mom bought him numerous records of his favorite artists. He loved it dearly and listened to it every day. When he realized that some of it had been broken, he tried searching for new copies on record stores, but he was not able to find any. On the back of his mind, he was asking, “How can they not carry those amazing records anymore?” However, all those

  • I'M Sure Every Young Musician Has Had The Thought Of Pursuing

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    I 'm sure every young musician has had the thought of pursuing a music career at one time or another. Most up us grow up being told that if you follow your passion in life you will in one way or another become properous in what you do. But follwing your passion can be hard infact (Rowe;) suggests that following your passion isn 't always the best way to have a sucessful career Many talented musicians are being encourged by there peers to pursue a music career, while their parents or family members

  • The New Queen Of Pop

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    The New Queen of Pop? “My artpop could mean anything” (Lady Gaga, 2013). Lady Gaga’s incredibly creative and diverse music and art influenced the music industry, making her one of the most influential people in the world. Gaga grew up with an interest in music, her music influenced by Christianity in her family. She began singing at open mic bar nights in New York, with several small bands. Soon, she broke onto the scene, and released her album, The Fame. (“Lady Gaga”, 2010) Quickly, she grew in

  • Music Piracy Should be Illegal

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    Many people are in discord with the polemical statement, music piracy should be legalised. It is a topic that provokes arguments, as some believe that it should be free and accessible whereas others believe that it should be paid for and should remain illegitimate. Music piracy is the act of illegally downloading music for free, bilking sites such as iTunes and iMesh that lawfully sell music to millions of people worldwide. It is one of the most frequently committed crimes. According to an article

  • Essay A. Marcello Oboe Concerto in D Minor

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    Vivaldi December 12, 1717 As noted in a previous journal entry, I had made a trip to Cöthen where the great composer, Johann Sebastian Bach, is under the service of Prince Leopold. There I heard a recent keyboard transcription of Bach’s. The transcription was of a piece called Concerto in D minor for Oboe, Strings and Basso Continuo. Bach listed the composer as the well-known Venetian composer Benedetto Marcello. As I listened to the piece, I was captured by the simple yet eloquent melodies that were

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