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  • Major Outcomes For Mr. C

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    Major outcomes for Mr. C would include managing activities of daily living effectively, decreasing his pain level and notifying members of the heath care team prior to his pain level becoming unmanageable. He will be able to report that the pain management regimen is acceptable using the numeric scale. Mr. C will use non-pharmacological methods to help achieve comfort, recognize early signs and symptoms of pancreatitis exacerbation and cutback alcohol consumption or preferably alcohol cessation (Urden

  • Beethoven Symphony 8 Essay

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    Introduction One of the most crucial composers throughout the transition of the classical era to the romantic era was Beethoven. He was pronounced as the greatest living composer by the time he was 50. Throughout his lifetime he had published 138 compositions and after his death there were over 200 more compositions published. This is an amazing feat as he had started suffering from hearing loss at the age of 26 and by the time he was around the age of 46, he became fully deaf. He created some of

  • Essay on Mozart and Die Zauberflöte

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    enters the development section and twists through a variety of major and minor tonalities. Mozart delays the recapitulation by inserting three Adagio major chords repeated three times. Now the ‘magic number’ is made blatantly apparent. The second Allegro opens, in Bb this time, and the anticipation build as Mozart introduces dramatic dynamic contrast and contrapuntal texture. The overture ends in its original key, with three pronounced Eb major chords accentuating the triumphant conclusion.

  • Beethoven's Seventh Symphony Analysis

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    Symphony No. 7 in A Major (Op. 92), completed in 1812, might have been one of Ludwig Van Beethoven’s most popular pieces. The seventh of Beethoven’s nine symphonies, its premiere concert (December 1813 in Vienna) was performed at a charity concert in order to benefit the soldiers who had been wounded a few months prior in the battle of Hanau. It was performed three times in ten weeks following its premiere. During the time of the symphony’s premiere, Vienna was still distressed due to being taken

  • Carl Phillip Emanuel Bach the complete works

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    commentary report is the commentary of the scores which are collected in this book. The commentary is arranged in a really standard form, and the comments on performance are quite helpful to the performers. For instance, the commentary of Sonanta in B-flat Major for Flute and Basso Continu, Wq,125 is located from the page one hundred and thirty-six to page one hundred and thirty-seven. In the commentary, it mainly shows the measure numbers, part of the voice, and remarks. For Measure number, it used the number

  • Brahm's Intermezzo No.3, Op.119 in C Major Analysis

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    9/29/12 MTO 13.3: Ricci, The Progress of a Motive in Brahms 's Intermezzo op. 119, no. 3 Volume 13, Number 3, September 2007 Copyright © 2007 Society for Music Theory Adam Ricci* The Progress of a Motive in Brahms’s Intermezzo op. 119, no. 3* ABSTRACT: Brahms’s Intermezzo op. 119, no. 3 is structured around a motive with two components—one melodic, one harmonic—that operate sometimes separately and sometimes together. The global harmonic trajectory of the piece is embodied in the combination

  • The Third Movement Of Johann Sebastian Bach

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    Johann Sebastian Bach lived in Leipzig from 1723 until his death in 1750. In Leipzig, he was the music director of the Collegium Musicum, which presented a series of evening concerts that brought visitors and musical talent to the city. An example of the repertoire presented in these concerts would be Bach’s harpsichord concertos, which were arrangements of other concertos for different instruments. According to Pankratz, these concertos (both for the original instrument and harpsichord) were written

  • Ludwig Van Beethoven's First Piano Concerto In C Major.

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    allowing Beethoven, in 1794, to sever ties with the Electorate of Cologne. Although there is considerable debate over which of his early piano concerti he performed, most scholars believe he played what is known as his "first" piano concerto in C Major. Shortly thereafter, Beethoven decided to publish a series of three piano trios as his "Opus 1," which were an enormous critical and financial success. One of my favorite

  • Programming Language Essay

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    offer C++ is object oriented programming language and it is a very simple and easy

  • History of C Essay

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    History of: Origins and Examples Essay written by DaMonMayers Origins of C What are C and OOP? C is an advanced, high-level programming language (“Computer languages”) that is used to develop powerful applications for Microsoft® Windows®, many Linux environments, and other well-known and widely used operating systems. C is quickly becoming the standard language for commercial software development (Oualline). OOP, an abbreviation for object-oriented programming is simply code that “attempts