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  • Characters Of Music Players In The Mediocreville Concert Band

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    confident 1st chair trumpeter, who disregards every dynamic marking in the music, and changes it to fortississimo. Alex has a surplus of advice and arrogance, but constantly cracks and clams notes. Sam, flautist. The flute player that has to play piccolo, as well as a duet with Alex, for Majestia. Ryan, the percussionist. The percussionist in the Mediocreville Concert Band, who must play the bells and the timpani for Majestia. Parker, flautist. The 2nd chair flute player in the Mediocreville Concert

  • The Mentor And A Mentee Short Story

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    The Mentor and a Mentee 1.When I was told that we would be writing stories about a life changing relationship a handful of people came to mind. 2.Out of those handful I realized that I came up with either friends or family members. 3.Even though there is nothing wrong with this I wanted to dig deeper; to think about someone who I might have overlooked. 4.My flute teacher, Mrs. Droste, is a lady of silent integrity and that’s why I decided to choose her. 5.Before you read my three stories I find

  • Wouter Kellerman Characteristics

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    1. INTRODUCTION Wouter Kellerman, a South African flautist, has made an impact in the music world, specifically that of ‘world music’. Developing his own unique cross-over style, Kellerman has gained both national and international fame as indicated by winning a number of prestigious awards and performing at several prominent national and international events, in addition to concert tours. Furthermore, Kellerman has released a number of recorded albums, which have been distributed around the world

  • Brian's Song Essay

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    Brian's Song      This is a true story about how 2 men, Brian Piccolo and Gale Sayers, completely different from each other from and inceperable bond. The 2 men are seperated by about everything that you can think of: they come from 2 different parys of the country, one is white, one is black, 1 liked to talk, the other was shy. Pretty much the only thing they had in common was that they both were competing for the same job.      This book takes place in and around the Chicago area. Gale

  • Race Relations in Sports: From 'Brian's Song' to the Present

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    that starred James Caan, as Brian Piccolo, and Billy D. Williams, as Gale Sayers. The movie was primarily about how the two players interacted each other as running backs for the Chicago Bears and how their friendship matured through the difficulties of Brian's cancer diagnosis and eventual death. The movie explores many themes such as friendship, courage and compassion, but it leaves one particular subject somewhat alone. Gale Sayers is black and Brian Piccolo was white and they were roommates on

  • Theranos

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    Theranos would have to worry about is Abaxis Piccolo. Used by astronauts, Piccolo was able to reliably diagnose conditions via a comprehensive blood chemistry. In 2005, Abaxis received its first round of CLIA waivers. Piccolo test menu consists of 31 tests across 16 complete panels. 26 of these tests have received CLIA waivers, making the Piccolo the only point-of-care diagnostics device to offer a comprehensive menu of CLIA waived tests (“History « Piccolo Xpress” 2016) In conclusion… now this is truly

  • Etude Book

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    Berdiev, V. 17 Studies for Trumpet. This etude book by Berdiev is a collection of 17 etudes that can be used for intermediate to advanced trumpet players. This book covers a wide variety of musical styles and techniques ranging from complex rhythms, articulation, dynamics, range, and different key signatures. Due to its interchanging styles between technical and lyrical phrasing, this book can be used in a plethora of ways to advance a trumpet player’s technical ability. Boehme, O. 24 Melodic Studies

  • Review Of ' Sonata V Of John Cage 's Sonatas And Interludes, And Caballito Negro By George Crumb

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    In this essay we will analyze two modern musical pieces. These pieces are namely Sonata V from John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes, and Caballito Negro by George Crumb. Composed in mid twentieth century, both pieces made a great success and they are worth examining in terms of the historical and subjective values affecting their achievements. Sonata V of John Cage has binary form which consists of small-ranged irregular phrases. The piece as a whole does not have a distinct melody. The first section

  • My Spring Concert Performance

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    the band director approaches me, hands me different sheet music, and asks for me to play Gustav Holst’s “First Suite” on piccolo–an instrument akin to flute, yet demanding of many different techniques. Prior to this, I was oblivious to his desire for me to switch parts, and I hadn’t played piccolo since the winter concert 4 months earlier. This sent me into a panic. Did my piccolo even work? Will I be able to learn this part in 24 hours? After a long afternoon of shrill practicing, I finally had a

  • Should We Let The Toys Do The Talking? Essay

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    Should We Let the Toys Do the Talking? The toy industry is rapidly changing. With more and more toys becoming electronically enhanced, it is important for all caregivers of children to be aware of how these types of toys affect children both physically and mentally. Michaela B. Wooldridge, and Jennifer Shapka reported their research in 2010 on how electronic toys affect parent and child interactions, in an article titled “Playing with technology: Mother-toddler interaction scores lower during play