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  • Analysis Of ' Walking On Water '

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    would write “Christian novels.” I do wish to write Christian content, but her idea of Christian books and mine differ vastly. Author of the acclaimed novel A Wrinkle In Time, Madeline L’Engle eloquently reflects on the relationship between Christianity and art in her book, Walking on Water. Within this work, she asks what makes art Christian, an artist Christian, and the relationship between faith and art. After reading her book, I have arrived at certain conclusions regarding “Christian art” and

  • Oratorio Music Vs Christian Music

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    Throughout the ages, music has been very important to religion. Ever since the middle ages, the religious music told a story of a biblical event. The current day Christian music tells a story about life and how Jesus Christ can fix the problem because he is all powerful. Oratorio is one example of older religion music. The current type of religious music is called Contemporary Christian music. There are a lot of different genres between these two. Oratorio and Contemporary music differ greatly; however

  • Jesus Made Today By Stephen J. Nicholas

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    state of the use of Jesus in contemporary music from the 1950s up to the current times. Back 3in the 1950s there were contemporary artists who putting out albums of hymns, like Johnny Cash’s Hymns of Johnny Cash. Not surprisingly, the most significant time for Christian gospel music was during the hippie era in the 1960s. During that time, gospel, youth, and music had merged together into songs that preached about Christ and love. Many people became Christians during that time to protest the ongoing

  • Case Study : Apple Inc.

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    Case Analysis: APPLE INC.: IPODS AND ITUNES Donna Martinelli TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY September 3, 2014 Table of Contents Executive Summary..................................................................................................3 Introduction………………………………………………..………………………………..3 Defining the Challenge...............................................................................................3 Analyzing the case data...................................

  • Essay on The Growing Industry of Electronic Dance Music

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    Electronic dance music (EDM) festivals around the world bring hundreds of thousands of fans together for enormous multi-day parties. New York Ranger (2014) points out that ‘DJs are the new rock stars’. “While attendance at concerts and festivals for other music genres declined by 8.3% in the past three years, EDM has only prospered” (Lashbaugh, 2013). Lashbaugh (2013) also notes that EDM festivals are twice as big in attendance than all concerts and festivals in other music genres, combined

  • Taela Mann Comparison

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    Music wouldn’t survive without an artist’s creation how would it have meanings. Music could be my comfortable pillow to my ears. There were many differences between two artist one was Tamela Mann great gospel singer and Lecrae a Christian Hip-Hop artist. Both are very inspirational to me as a person. I would love to talk about Tamela Mann and Lecrae background and how they accomplish until now. Tamela Mann was born on June 9, 1966, in Fort Worth, Texas and she the youngest siblings throughout her

  • Music Plays A Influence On My Life

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    Music plays a tremendous role in my life and always has. From the age of five, my parents introduced to me to one particular type of music, which was gospel and it has been a part of who I am ever since. I can remember waking up early on Sunday morning hearing gospel music from artist such as Kim Burrell, Shirley Caesar, and Mary Mary. I began learning these particular gospel songs and then I gained the courage to sing these songs in church. At that moment, I knew singing was a passion of mine and

  • The Music Industry's Digital Revolution

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    The record industries have change from the days of buying records to, A-track and now in this digital age of streaming. The supplies and demand business has takeover music industries, it is now, how we get it, how fast you get it and at what cost you to the consumers for the music. The demand would be a more convent way of listing to your favorite artist and the supply would be for different companies to stream the music to the consumer to keeping it current, this was the birth of Napster (napster2004)

  • Illegal Downloads and the Affect on the Film Industry

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    MEDIA@LSE Electronic MSc Dissertation Series Compiled by Dr. Bart Cammaerts and Dr. Nick Anstead Why pay if it’s free? Streaming, downloading, and digital music consumption in the “iTunes era” Theodore Giletti, MSc in Media & Communications Other dissertations of the series are available online here: http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/media@lse/mediaWorkingPapers/ Dissertation submitted to the Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science, August

  • Effects Of The Objectification Of Women

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    the Objectification of Women in Music: Societal Acceptance of Permissive Sexual Attitudes Christian Herrera Huntington University Author Note This paper was prepared for Mass Communication taught by Dr. Kevin Miller. Abstract In recent years, three firms have taken control of over 75 percent of the music industry: Universal Music Group, Sony Music, and Warner Music Group (McIntosh & Pavlik, 2004, p. 99). Because these record labels do not profit from music styles that lacks strong mass market

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