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  • The Real Creative Power Of Henry Mancini 's Music Choices

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    Suzie here is very annoyed and frantic and is yelling at the person on the other side of the street. At 23:19 the same bongos are going but it’s much faster and the trumpets that were playing when Vargas was walking is the same in this scene just much faster because this is when Grandi is chasing his nephew. During the scene a 52:50 where Suzie is at the motel it’s the same

  • Caribbean Music History

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    over from Africa. The most important instrument in Caribbean music is the drum. Besides being the foundation of African music, which slaves brought with them to the area, drums are inexpensive, simple and can be handmade. Nearly all Caribbean music possesses a strong beat created by drums. Most drums are some version of the bongo or the larger congo, which is a smooth wooden drum that is played with the hands. Tassa drums are conical hand

  • The Performance Art Center On Texas State University 's Campus

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    ensemble. The instruments that were played included string (grand piano, electric guitar, electric bass, bass), brass (trumpet, trombone, French horn), woodwind (tenor sax, alto sax, baritone sax) and percussion instruments (six piece drum set, bongos). On the drum set was, special guest, Steve Houghton from the music school of Iowa. Overall, there were several different pieces of different sub-genres of jazz music. The pieces that were played in the ensemble included the following: Slide’s Derangement

  • Caribbean Music History

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    from Africa. The most important instrument in Caribbean music is the drum. As well as being the foundation of African music, drums are inexpensive, simple and can be handmade with easily obtainable materials. Almost all Caribbean music acquires a distinct beat created by the drums. Most drums are some version of the bongo or the larger congo, a smooth wooden drum that is played with the hands. Tassa drums are conical hand drums made of clay and goatskin. Timbales are a pair of

  • Carol Of The Bells Musical Analysis

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    Bells And Buccaneers • arr. Deborah Baker Monday Have a yo-ho-ho holiday concert when you program this grade 1 pirate version of the classic Carol Of The Bells. All tricky parts from the original have been adapted into a pirate style that your students will love! Easy rhythms and fingers will make it quick to learn. Set includes optional 3rd Violin/Viola T.C. and piano parts. Duration 1:40. Kendor Playground String Orchestra #8174, $45.00 Sinfonia (Overture From Messiah) • arr. Janice L. McAllister

  • Sonnox Inflator: Employee Analysis

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    noticed several issues, Two takes were cut short, take 7 had missing percussion and other sections was not solid. choosing take 6 as the main backbone take as it had the least problems. However, I did encounter issues such as the section when the drums drop out for a couple crochets after the 4X4 rhythm when the cymbals come in for second time, had to be comped from take 5 as there was timing problems and sound like the tempo slowed down (clanging). The section after which is the trombone solo, I

  • Musical Instrument

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    Argument Essay Aubrie Cox 17 October 2012 To Play or Not to Play It seems that no matter what at some point in a child’s life they wander up to their parents and ask, “Mom, Dad, can I learn to play an instrument?” Whether or not it is the guitar, drums, piano, or flute a child could possibly have the thought of wanting to learn how to play an instrument. When Mom and Dad end up saying no to their child they should stop and realize that when a child knows how to play a musical instrument it can help

  • The Flecktones: Band Analysis

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    and the band was pretty much scattered all over the stage. The first song they played was Earth Jam. Everybody slowly was coming together and played. One thing that caught my eye first was the weird banjo and what looked like a guitar but it was the drums. The music kept getting gradually louder and faster. Then all the sudden they change to a whole different rhythm. I was a little thrown back when the guy on bass started making weird sounds into the microphone. It was a little creepy and I was glad

  • An Exploration of the Malay Kompang

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    AN EXPLORATION OF THE MALAY KOMPANG Name: Chan Tsui Sze Dora Matriculation Number: U1210644K Seminar Group Time: 1330 – 1530 Seminar Group Instructor: Cikgu Zubir Assignment: Research Paper in Malay Music Date: 10 April 2013 Word Count: 2245 Contents Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Kompang 3 1.1 Features of the Kompang 4 1.2 Features of Kompang Music 4 1.3 Performance Context 6 Chapter 2: Influences on the Malay Kompang 7 2.1 Arabic Influences

  • Analysis Of Darius Milhaud, A French Composer

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    Steel Drum. The steel drum is a skillfully hammered 55-gallon oil barrel which has been carefully tuned by hand to produce perfect musical tones (“Steel Pan History”, 2017). It was developed on the Caribbean island of Trinidad during the early years of the 20th century