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  • What Are The Attributes Of A Condenser Microphone?

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    1 – What are the attributes of a Condenser Microphone? According to the book Cinematography by Kris Malkiewicz and M. David Mullen, ASC, a condenser microphone has both positive and negative sides; “they have a consistent and extended frequency response with a clarity lacking in most dynamic microphones” (Malkiewicz, Mullen, 161). First, a condenser microphone can be built a lot smaller than a dynamic microphone, it can be easily clipped on to the clothing of an actor. Secondly, the sound quality

  • Celtic Music : An Important Influence Influential Part Of People 's Lives

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    For centuries, music has been an important and influential part of people’s lives. Music can evoke so many emotions, ranging all the way from fear to surprise (Mohana). As a style, Celtic music seems to be the most well-known music “genre” worldwide. Between the instruments used, the different styles, and the most famous musicians Celtic, music is an iconic art-form that is used and heard around the world, but in many different styles and instrumentations. Celtic music has been around for

  • William Blake and The Garden of Love Essay

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    corruption, oppression and suffering, Blake's genius was molded and he was destined to become one of the most moving and admired poets of his language.     Lyrical poetry will here be defined as poetry that is set with a definite meter and structure, and is rhythmic in nature.  It is this classical form that Blake so thoroughly understood and used to build a foundation for his lyrical poems.  Those educated or otherwise skilled in creative arts of all sorts, from painting

  • I Heard A Fly Buzz When I Died Essay

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    their notice and disturbed their final moments. To start in the poem all the lines are written in iambic meter. Also, there are four sections or stanzas, each with four lines. As well as every stanza in the first and third line having iambic tetrameter and the second and fourth line having iambic trimeter with many of the lines in the poem having dashes to break up the flow of the meter and indicate short pauses. The first stanza of the poem starts with the speaker describing their death first

  • In Love His Grammar Grew

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    one could use while writing versus deciding to use them in this poem. In the poem there is very little to no pattern of rhyme or specific meter. However, word selection plays a key role in the rhythm of the poem. Many of these essential words are the literary terms. Some of these include but are

  • Analysis Of Eagle Poem By Joy Harjo

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    they come and even stumbles over them repeatedly. This introduces part of the theme that life is about making choices and going through the obstacles, even if in the end he does not find what he was seeking. The poem is set up as a free verse with no meter or rhyme scheme with the theme being identity. Just from the title of the poem, one can see how the “long silent street”

  • Analysis Of Eagle Poem By Joy Harjo

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    obstacles as they come and even repeats them again. This introduces part of the theme that life is about making choices and going through the obstacles, even if in the end he does not find what he was seeking. The poem is set up as a free verse with no meter or rhyme scheme with the theme being identity. Just from the title of the poem, we can see how the “long silent street” represents the author’s period of hardship in his life journey

  • The Poetry Of Dylan Thomas

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    agonizing awakening into adulthood at the end. The poem was written to resemble Thomas’s childhood at his aunt’s house when he was a kid. The poem also weaves in a lot of imagery and symbolism with its six stanzas, nine lines per stanza, and unusual meter. Although the poem may represent the romantic period with innocence, the poem has much more volume and meaning when you look at it closely. The poem first opens up with, “Now as I was young and easy...,” line 1. We can see that the speaker is an adult

  • Ragtime Music Research Paper

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    Instead Ragtime is a musical genre that can be applied to any meter…so rather than being one specific time signature, it can take any time signature and syncopates the beat to become Ragtime. The defining characteristic of Ragtime music is that type of syncopation in which melodic accents occur between metrical beats

  • Marianne Moore's Poem “Poetry”

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    Poetry like so many other things in life is complicated and easily misunderstood, similar to the poem entitled “Poetry” by Marianne Moore. Through her unique way of writing Moore uses literary devices imagery and personification to make the readers question why it is she has come to “dislike”(line 1) poetry. In particular, her word choice leaves a lot of room to wonder exactly why she has chosen to write it this way. A main theme that is represented in this poem is conformity and whether or not

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