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  • Benefits Of Playing A Musical Instrument

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    impulsive 8 year old self was simply intrigued with stringed instruments. 10 years later, I own my very own violin and continue to improve my music skills. Why I have continued to play through all these years sometimes baffles me; What are the benefits of playing a musical instrument? Everyone should learn how to play a musical instrument. Lutz Jancke, a psychologist at the University of Zurich, states: "Learning to play a musical instrument has definite benefits and can increase IQ by seven points

  • The Advantage And Disadvantages Of Being An Instrument

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    stubborn has its advantages and disadvantages. One advantage is that it leads to being dedicated for everything you start. In middle school, specifically in fifth grade, band class and being able to learn an instrument is first introduced to students. Many people sign up, trying out instruments until they find one they enjoy. I, along with a handful of other people in my grade, joined a year late. Not only was I a year late, but I also missed sign ups again, and joined a few months into my sixth grade

  • Singing While Playing An Instrument

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    Singing while playing an instrument is no easy feat and some of the most talented players can start making mistakes when singing is involved. You might have spent your playing career looking at your instrument and taking your eye of the instrument can result in missed notes or stumbling words. But adding singing to your playing can be extremely useful skill to master. It can add more depth to your band’s performance, make socialising with friends a bit more fun and improve your playing. So how can

  • History of Percussion Instruments Essay

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    History of Percussion Instruments There are few certainties about the percussion family. No one can say how many instruments it contains; few have agreed on playing techniques; and few could name one orchestral piece specifically written with percussion in mind. However, one thing is certain, percussion has been shown over time that it is not merely a matter of beating out rhythm (“ History of Percussion” 1). The family of percussion instruments is the first musical instrumentation

  • Native American Instruments Essay

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    natives getting together and playing there instruments. They play them on holidays and birthdays, also they play whenever they want entertainment. It’s a tradition for them. There instruments are not metal like ours so it doesn 't sound like ours either. There instruments have a whole different tune and sound. Native americans love to play there instruments. Its one of their favorite things to do. I am writing about Native american musical instruments because music is a big part of there 's and

  • Characteristics Of Elizabethan Musical Instruments

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    he instrument most popular is the lute, violin, flute, Viol. the lute reached 6 feet tall.'English Consort' was the first English string quartet.so popular that in 1599 Thomas Morley published a book of 'Consort Lessons'.Elizabethan musical instruments included the musical instruments from the Medieval period together with the musical instruments which emerged during the Elizabethan era. he Elizabethan Musical Instruments fell into the following categories: easybib.com Stringed Musical Instruments

  • The Music Instrument the Organ Essay

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    The organ is an instrument that dates back to the third century B.C. The man credited for this invention is Ctesibius of Alexandria who invented an instrument called the hydraulis, which used wind maintained through water pressure to some pipes. Organs are most likely found in churches and are used during the services. Its divine pitch imitates that of a human voice and creates a beautiful sound that many find pleasing. There are three types of organs, non-piped, electronic, and mechanical organs

  • Musical Instrument Benefit An Individual

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    Learning to play any musical instrument benefits an individual in all aspects of life, whether it 's academically, socially, physically, or emotionally. Instruments that were created to make musical sounds are categorized into five main groups; strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, and keyboards. And all it takes is dedication and admiration in order to successfully learn how to play an instrument. I believe that musicians, those who have musical ability, have an advantage over other individuals

  • Essay on Native American Sound Instruments

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    "Native American Sound Instruments" Through my own personal experiences and teachings from Native Americans, that have offered to enlighten me, I've gathered that there is a sacred nature rich in spirit and soul to them. The Native American lives religion as a way of life. Children of the tribe grow up in this world of spirituality and learn from example that religion can come as easily as taking a breath every day. This is no attempt to lead into the topic of religion, yet it needs

  • Swot Analysis : Texas Instruments Inc.

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    strengths and weaknesses and external opportunities and threats. (Sector Publishing Intelligence) Strengths • Strong market position: One can see that Texas Instruments is generally considered a pioneer and forerunner in the technology and innovations of semiconductor products, such as: defense, metallurgical and digital products. Texas Instruments Inc. has a 29% revenue share amongst the Top-Ten analog IC companies. Moreover, a preponderance of the mobile phones sold globally contain computer models