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    The History of Music

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    The History of Western Music Music has been around since the dawn of time, ever since man first inhabited this planet we have learned to communicate in ways other then conventional speaking. Different Cultures all have there own specific way of communicating through music. Music is basically broken into two specific groups Eastern Music and Western Music. Eastern music is mainly derived from the orient and India. While, Western music first emerged from Europe. Western music has developed

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    Music has been an integral part of America’s history, and a vital factor in how the American people have used it to change the world, as well as themselves. From the sorrow- filled cotton fields were gospel music was birthed from the mouths of slaves, to the roaring jazz bands of the Harlem Renaissance, into the amped up electrical guitars of modern day punk rock, music has shaped the nation. With so much rich history in the United States of America, we are left to wonder how so many incredible types

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    Pittsburgh Music History

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    Throughout Pittsburgh history, the area has produced many acclaimed musicians and music organizations that have created music that has been enjoyed across America. Pittsburgh is a city of music with a history in Jazz, Classical, Pop, Doo-Wop, Rock, and most currently Rap. Many of Pittsburgh’s old musicians are award winning performers and song writers who have sold millions of records. Their music can now be heard on movies, TV, and even Broadway shows. These famous artists would be nothing without

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    Progression Of Music in History Music has made many breakthroughs within its own history. Not only has it evolved in its sound but representation in other forms of media. Music’s overall topic, popular genre, sound quality, and how its made has made great progress. The difference between newer and old music is very commendable. Music is being made differently all together. Many topics from older music during the 11th century was religious or relating to forms of spirituality. In the mid to early

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    Live Music History

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    The enriching experience of listening to live music has been a pleasurable pastime for many individuals since the creation of music itself. The ability for musicians to provoke profound emotions in others is a form of social communication that is unmatched by any other type of human connection which allowed music to retain its popularity throughout history. Without an artistic mode of expression for humans to communicate what can’t be directly spoken, life becomes dull and devoid of emotion where

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    The History of Western Music Throughout history all cultures have been influenced by music. Before the Baroque era in music there were many forms of western music. Most of this music was monophonic, sung in chant used mostly for religious purposes. During the previous millennia most music was sung in chant form with very little accompaniment, save a harp or a violin. In these times music was a simple art, sung by the people to praise the Lord. Eventually polyphonic music developed, first starting

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    Ap Music History

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    Evolution of the CD After a couple of “failed” attempts of making a device that could be used for mass sharing of music in the late 1800s, an immigrant from Germany had finally come up with an idea that would change everything. Chichester Bell (Alexander Graham Bell's cousin) and Thomas Edison’s idea to record sounds on round cylinders was a good idea except for the sound quality and general effort that was required to make and replicate sound. The Phonograph was one of the earliest attempts at

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    Music Treatment History

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    wellness calling have experienced nonstop and emotional changes. A moderately new kind of treatment is musical treatment, which joins music into the recuperating procedure. Music treatment likewise is changing, and its ideas, methodology, and practices need steady reconsideration with a specific end goal to meet new ideas of psychiatric treatment. The possibility of music as a mending impact which could influence wellbeing and conduct is as slightest as old as the works of Aristotle and Plato. The twentieth

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    Calypso Music History

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    sea” from the Disney movie, “The Little Mermaid”. Or, maybe you’ve heard the song “Day-O”, also known as the “banana boat song”. Well, did you know that these songs are examples of Calypso music? In this report, I will be explaining, where it came from, what it is, and facts and information. Calypso music originated in Venezuela, Trinidad, and Tobago during the start of the 20th century. It was traced back to West African Kaiso and the arrival of the French planters and their slaves in the 1800s

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    Nintendo Music History

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    ''This music does weird things to people's brains,'' Mr. Seim, the founder of The Advantage, said of Nintendo video game music. (Weingarten) The original Nintendo Entertainment System brought to the United States in 1985, is still one of the best-selling home video consoles ever. With its creation, arcade games could now be played in one’s home and with the technological advances it also carried video game music beyond the primitive bleeps and blips of arcade systems. In 1985, the debut of the NES

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