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  • Ukulele

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    How to Play the Ukulele Originated in the 19th century, the ukulele is a fun instrument that provides a variety of sound. The small instrument is very quick to learn and allows players of any age a chance to master the instrument. Continue reading to discover how to play the Hawaiian instrument. To start off, buying a ukulele is very simple, only if you know what you are looking for. If completely new to the instrument, there are many factors that plays in to getting the perfect ukulele. The ukulele

  • Number Two Effect

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    Number one was one that had a lot of emotional impact that was taking place throughout the duration of the song. It expressed a tone color that was orange and very intense. There was a lot of conflict that was taking place between Ruth and Fredrick during this time. The melody showed pitches that made up the different parts of the song. For example, both Ruth and Fredrick take turns on who takes the melody of the song depending on who is dominant at certain points of the song. Fredrick is more dominant

  • NW Singers And Chamber Choir Essay

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    favorite selection from the program was the one preformed last that night “I Sing Because I’m Happy.” I chose this as my favorite because of its upbeat “happy” feel. Its cheerful tune almost lead people in the audience to start dancing. The two musical elements from this selection that stood out to me the most were its dynamics and tempo. The choir and piano would often employ softer and louder dynamics throughout the performance. There were times when they would repeat the phrase “I’m so happy

  • Victoria Legrand Analysis

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    Or is it more than that? Something which connects the musical, emotional, and atmospheric aspects of the situation to the listener, with just the right structure and organization needed to make them venerate and adore the world and the artist. That one beautiful, indescribable piece of music is something everyone should experience at least once in their lives. As one of the artists of a dream-pop duo, this is what Victoria Legrand has brought to me, consistently producing the dreamiest, thought-provoking

  • Berta Rojas

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    January 27, 1756 Salzburg, Austria and died at the age of 35 in Vienna Austria. Mozart was a major prolific composer known for forty-one symphonies, many operas including Le Nozze di Figaro, concertos, chamber works, and a Requiem Mass. He began his musical career as one of the most celebrated child prodigies in the eighteenth century Europe. Mozart was a really known pianist in Vienna and everyone was surprised of how good of a player her was at a young age. He was a major composer of the classical

  • Igor Stravinsky Essay

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    Igor Stravinsky In the passage by Igor Stravinsky, he uses not only comparison and contrast, but also language to convey his point of view about the conductors of the time and their extreme egotism. Stravinsky believes that conductors exploit the music for their own personal gain, so rather, he looks on them in a negative light. To show his aggravation and irritation, Stravinsky uses the rhetorical device of comparison and contrast to convey his opinion of conductors. He compares the "great"

  • The UF Symphony Orchestra Performance I Saw Essay

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    musicians playing to the whole orchestra joining in. The flute is dominant in some parts of the sections. The tempo is once again quick and lively, but still contains its balance and restraint. The concert environment is different from those of musical performances such as jazz or hip-hop. When entering the auditorium the musicians are onstage warming up and preparing themselves for the performance. The audience members find seats suitable for their listening needs. The lights begin to dim signaling

  • Native American Flutes Essay

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    Although Native Americans are known for their voice being a vital instrument, most rituals, songs, and dances are accompanied by an assortment of instruments such as, drums, rattles, flutes. Every instrument has it is own meaning and a purpose. In this section, the significance of these instruments as well as their structure and functionality is explored. The drums are a vital aspect to the Native American culture; they understand the drum to be more than an instrument. In a web article written

  • Rite of Spring Essay examples

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    Almost definitely imitating the act of new life waking in the spring soil, Stravinsky starts the haunting introduction to his world-renown ballet, Rite of Spring, with a high-pitched lone bassoon. The unstable eeriness continues as a horn and pair of clarinets join in the rubato tempo. Just as everything wakes and bursts into life in spring, so does the piece as more and more instruments join in. Each instrument seems to have a different theme, but seems necessary in portraying the thick texture

  • Music from All over the World Presents a Range of Musical Theories. Some of These Are Documented in Writing Whilst Others Are Transmitted Orally. Discuss and Give Examples with Reference to Both Western and Non-Western Music.

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    Music from all over the world presents a range of musical theories. Some of these are documented in writing whilst others are transmitted orally. Discuss and give examples with reference to both Western and non-Western music. Music Theory can be understood as chiefly the study of the structure of music. With the idea of both written and oral notation, it may be understood through recognized systems of indication, and used as systems of memorizing and transmitting the theories themselves. Western