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  • The Effects Of Music Education On Children 's Brain Development, Intelligence Quotient, Social Development And Overall Success

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    History Sings Good News for Musicians Historically, there has been a debate among educators and researchers whether music education plays a significant role in a child’s brain development, intelligence quotient, social development and overall success in life. Many believe the data has been unreliable because there is little to prove with absolute certainty that those who participate in music education were not just born smarter. On the other hand, substantial data has been collected in recent years

  • Lateef: A Brief Analysis

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    very busy during this time of his life but it didn’t stop him from adding to his music career. On top of playing the saxophone, he also decided to try out of the flute and take classes at a local school to enhance his ability at playing this new instrument. Unfortunately, his wife became very ill and he was left with both of his sons but he did a great job taking care of them and watching them

  • Diverse Characters In Cassandra Clare's The Shadowhunter Chronicles

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    media, someone to look up to or relate to. Cassandra Clare creates an important series for teenagers to read as they begin to discover who they are; the inclusion of racially diverse, LGBTQ+, and mentally disabled characters in Clare’s The Mortal Instruments and The Dark Artifices gives young readers a variety of different characters so that any reader can see themselves in the novels. First and foremost, I would like to emphasize how important it is to have representation in young adult novels. A

  • Priorities For Career Success : A Look On Surgical Technologists

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    she maintains the operating room, sterilizes equipment, and prepares patients for their procedures. A surgical technologist, who may also be called a surgical or operating room technician or a scrub tech, sterilizes equipment and hands surgeon’s instruments upon their request.” (Dawn Rosenberg McKay). But before even considering becoming a surgical technologist, one must have nerves of steel, must be reliable/ dedicated, and must be able to adapt to any environment they encounter as a surgical technologist

  • Analysis Of Good Morning By Kanye West

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    and also their test scores are very low. Even though I love the beautiful message hidden behind the song, but my favorite part of the song is the mix of the piano and xylophone fragment. As a kid, my dad would take me to his friend’s work, a music instrument shop, where I was introduced to many different types of tunes. But, the sound of the xylophone was my favorite, mostly because my uncle loved

  • Language Of Music

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    I started playing trumpet. I didn’t like this so after another year I started playing French Horn. This is my fifth year and I still enjoy it and for me it’s a place of freedom. Maybe you think you’re not very musical, but everyone can learn an instrument and it’s never too late to start one. When you play music you’re building up a culture. Music has a wide variety of genres and if you want to play music you need to be able to understand and to play these genres. This might be hard in the beginning

  • William Tell Overture Analysis

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    The beginning of the song March in F sounded similar to the beginning of the William Tell Overture, especially the part when the stringed instruments joined in. There was only one song that was made up solely of percussion instruments. This song, called Bonham, reminded me of the classic sound of war drums. Since we had recently been reading The Lord of the Flies in English class, I found that this song lead me to think of this. This

  • Exploring Pulse And Rhythm Age Group

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    links to PSHE. ???????????????? National Curriculum Reference for the whole of this QCA Unit: Pupils should be taught to: • use their voices expressively and creatively by singing songs and speaking chants and rhymes • play tuned and untuned instruments musically • listen with concentration and understanding to a range of high-quality live and recorded music • experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using the inter-related dimensions of music. Specific Learning Objectives for this

  • American Airlines Flight 1572 Crash Analysis

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    was operating as Flight 1572, departed from Chicago O’Hare International (ORD); however, the aircraft got substantially damaged due to impact to the top of oak trees on Peak Mountain Ridge in East Granby, Connecticut. The aircraft also hit the Instrument Landing System (ILS) localizer antenna, which was on its way to Runway 15 of Bradley International Airport (BDL). The aircraft, lastly, crashed while on approach to Runway 15 of BDL at 00:55 Eastern Time. Fortunately, there were no fatalities

  • Relationship Between Music And Mood

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    Relationship between Music and Mood Introduction In “Music Preferences, Personality Style, and Developmental Issues of Adolescents” (2003) Kelly D. Schwartz and Gregory T. Fouts observed the personality traits and developmental issues in three different groups of adolescences. The three groups of adolescences were separated by the type of music they preferred listening to: “heavy, light, and eclectic music” (Schwartz & Fouts, 2003). The 164 participants were tasked with completing a questionnaire