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Essay1.260 Words / ~2 pages Article in Professional Journal Boston Symphony Orchestra Auditions What is it like to walk out onto the stage at Boston’s Symphony Hall and sit behind a screen to audition for this renowned orchestra, knowing that a committee is sitting on the other side of the screen, not far away, and evaluating every nuance of your playing? A behind-the-sc­enes tour for Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) supporters tried to answer that question. Our tour guides were BSO Assistant Personnel Manager Andrew Tremblay and BSO violist Rebekah Edewards. Andrew coordinates the audition process, and Rebekah won her position in the viola section on her third audition with the BSO. Andrew is a horn player; he studied with John David Smith at the University of Delaware and has been in his position at the BSO since 2015. The audition process starts with the announcement of an opening with…[show more]
Essay1.633 Words / ~4 pages The Harefield Academy, London EPQ How does music affect us in our everyday life? Music affects the majority of people in the world however some have a ‘deeper ones than others’. Everyone has their favourite band or favourite genre whether this is One Direction or Elvis Presley, dubstep or classical music. With everything in life people have different opinions on music. However music affects us in our everyday life without many people even noticing it. Music is used to affect consumer behaviour and advertising, with the music playing on our subconscious. However research has been completed, detailing information which indicates that music can be used intentionally­. Music has been shown to stimulate plant growth and certain music can be shown to increase concentration in the work environment. In this report I will cover these aforementione­d points and expand…[show more]
Bachelor thesis5.896 Words / ~30 pages JKUAT Nairobi MUSIC PREFERENCE AND ITS RELATION TO PERSONALITY 30 Music preference relates to aspects of personality Name Institution Abstract There emerges a developing amount of research indicating a relationship between personality and music preference. Previous personality and music researches indicate that a lot of people listen to music to attain emotional engagement and that individual are attracted to music that they find to be compatible with their self perception. The purpose of the present study was to research and extend the previous findings that have been carried out regarding the relationship of preference and personality. The study investigated the effect of age towards thee relationship between personality type and music preference. The study decided to settle on about a 50 participants and applied to use the short…[show more]
Specialised paper3.421 Words / ~14 pages Leibniz-Gymnasium Remschei Black Music as a means of political action Table of contents Introduction 3 What is “Black Music”? 3 Democrats and Republicans . 4 The Democratic Party . 4 The Republican Party . 4 Black Music and White Music 5 Black Music 5 White Music 5 Comparison of two lyrics 6 Ludacris - “Politi­cs: Obama is Here” . 6 T.I. - “Whatev­er You Like SPOOF! (OBAMA - Whatever I Like)” . 7 The politics, the music and the media 8 Conclusion . 9 List of references 10 Schedule 11 Lyrics I:Ludacris - Obamas here 11 Lyrics II: T.I. - Whatever You Like SPOOF! (OBAMA - Whatever I Like) . 11 Introduction During Barack Obamas election campaign one could have seen, once again, many different ways of people supporting a politician and making public relations. The most common are political speeches held by the politician himself or the financial support…[show more]
Handout827 Words / ~ pages Mons-Tabor-Gymnasium Montabaur Barockmusik Als Barockzeitalt­er bezeichnet man die Epoche zwischen dem Ende des 16. Jh. und der Mitte des 18. Jh. Unter der Barockmusik versteht man eine Gattung der europäischen klassischen Musik. Zusammen mit der Musik des Mittelalters und der Renaissance zählt sie zur alten Musik. Begriff Das Wort Barock ist eine Entlehnung aus den portugiesisch­en Wörtern pèrola barroca”. Übersetzt bedeutet es unebene oder schief-runde Perle” und spielt auf die Perlen in den aufwändigen Barockkostüme­n an. Über das Italienische Wort (barocco) und das Französische Wort (baroque) gelangte das Adjektiv ins Deutsche. Im 18. Jh. in Frankreich wurde die Bezeichnung (baroque) für Kunstformen gebraucht, die dem klassizistisc­hen Geschmack der Franzosen nicht entsprachen. Der Begriff Barock war demnach ursprünglich abwertend gemeint.…[show more]
Homework769 Words / ~ pages BMS Zürich Schreibauftra­g Synästhesie Evi 30.4.13 Synästhesie - vererbt oder nicht? Als Sophie nach einem längeren Auslandaufent­halt nach Hause zurückkehrte und mit ihrer Familie das Abendbrot einnahm, sagte sie plötzlich: „Die Zahl 7 ist rot!“ Nach einer kurzen Pause entgegnete ihre Mutter: „Nein, das stimmt nicht. Sie ist grün!“ Die verbliebenen Familienmitgl­ieder starrten verdutzt in den Raum und schienen sich zu fragen: „Ist das ein neues Spiel? Könnt ihr uns bitte die Regeln verraten?“ Daraufhin fragte Sophie ihre Mutter: „Ist die Zahl 5 braun?“ Und sie sagte: „Ja, auf jeden Fall. Sie ist braun.“ Diese kurze Geschichte zeigt auf, dass Synästhesie vererbbar ist. Doch wie genau wird Synästhesie vererbt und gibt es auch Synästheten, in deren Familien zuvor noch nie irgendeine Form der Synästhesie aufgetreten ist? In dieser…[show more]
Interpretation690 Words / ~ pages Gesamtschule-Aachen Brand Analysis: My hometown from Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteens lyrics “My hometown” deal with growing up and with change, shown throurgh the example of a man and his relationship with his hometown from his youth to his adulthood. The song is divided into four stanzas with four lines each. The chorus is a repetition of the words “My hometown”. Springsteen uses rhyming couplets, a very simple rhyme scheme which makes the lyrics easy to understand and remember. The speaker begins with a childhood memory: Being a boy of eight years, he buys a newspaper for his father who waits in the car. The father lets the boy sit on his lap and steer the car through their hometown (stanza one). Stanza two is about the speakers bad high school experience. The year is 1965 and violent racial riots have begun which lead to a gunfight at a traffic…[show more]
Notes648 Words / ~ pages Liceo Americano Paul Dukas (1906) Villanelle for Horn and Piano En 1906 Paul Dukas(1865-19­35) se encontraba ocupado, en este mismo año Dukas termina el proyecto de la ópera Ariane et BarbeBleue el cual fue aceptado por la Opéra-Comique en Paris. “Villanelle” fue escrita a petición de Gabriel Fauré, quien en ese momento era el nuevo director del Conservatorio de París. Fauré pedía una pieza para el concurso anual de cantantes e instrumentist­as del Conservatorio de París, como Fauré quería reformar el concurso pide a Dukas a principio de Junio de 1906 una pieza para los alumnos de corno del profesor Francouis Brémond. Dukas termina Villanelle el 23 de Junio a la 1:30am, según una carta que envía Dukas a su publicador Jacques Durand el día 24 de Junio, después de un urgente telegrama que envía Fauré a Dukas pidiéndole la pieza para que los alumnos pudieran…[show more]
Reflection1.158 Words / ~ pages EAFIT Medellín La Libertad de Ublime ***ACLARACIÓN PRELIMINAR*** El país del cual se habla en el siguiente texto no existe: es una nación ficticia cuyo eventual parecido con la realidad es puramente coincidencial­. Dejamos constancia de que la situación descrita es una creación personal, que no compromete ni tiene relación alguna con los autores originales del personaje que narra la historia. Las finalidades de esta publicación son, exclusivament­e, el entretenimien­to y la diversión. Agradecemos el tiempo dedicado a leer las siguientes líneas y esperamos que sean motivo de disfrute y agrado. Primera Parte La Libertad de Ublime Mi nombre es Carlos Mangiacaprini­, soy compositor y estoy en mi casa trabajando para una encomienda que me hizo el Cetro Demoníaco, partido político de dudosa reputación. Cursa el año 2018 y los candidatos presidenciale­s…[show more]
Term paper5.683 Words / ~19 pages Valencia International University La escritura de los tremblement varía entre el + y la x, en la edición de Noetzel están siempre marcados con un +. 8.1. ALLEMANDE La alemanda era una danza de origen alemán pero que realmente desarrolló su forma en Francia e Inglaterra. Estaba en compás de 4/4 y frecuentement­e con anacrusas de semicorchea, corchea o tres semicorcheas. Era considerada una danza seria. Johann Gottfried Walther escribía en su Musikalisches Lexikon en 1732 que debía ser “compuesta y bailada de manera grave y ceremoniosa”. Si bien, aparentemente en la corte de Luis XIV ya no se bailaban (mientras que la courante, por ejemplo, sí)21. En esta suite, La Barre escribe dos alemandas consecutivas, de las cuales procedemos a comentar la primera. 8.2. ARMONÍA La armonía en esta alemanda es sencilla. Consta de 6 cadencias, siempre a tonalidades cercanas. En…[show more]
Term paper2.988 Words / ~12 pages Eötvös Loránd University Budapest - ELTE Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty Budapest FAKULTÄT I – Faculty Of Education and Social Studies - The Somatic Therapy- Structure and Content 1. Somatic Therapy or Somatic Healing 1 2. How Somatic Therapy works 2 3. Awareness at the Somatic Therapy 3 4. The Somatic Therapy and the role of the therapist 4 5. The fields of Somatic Therapy 5 6. The effects of Somatic Therapy 5 7. The healing process 6 8. The Dance as a somatic therapy approach 6 9. Bibliographie 9 1. Somatic Therapy or Somatic Healing Somatic or Body Oriented Psychotherapy encourages the “commun­icati­on” of experience between the mind and the body, allowing greater understanding of the issues and enabling sustainable movement towards greater health and wellbeing (Kitson, 2012). The Somatic therapy can be finding in an interdiscipli­nary field of different…[show more]
Miscellaneous 2.231 Words / ~11 pages La Neuchatelle HIP-HOP (culture) Le hip-hop est un mouvement culturel de leurs origines afro-américai­n dans les ghettos de New York des années 1970 et a entre-temps une sous-culture mondiale de la jeunesse urbaine mis au point. En raison de leurs origines, on dit au hip-hop Street-cultur­e parce que ça se vie plutôt sur la route. Les quatre éléments du hip-hop rap-culture, sont rap(MCing), DJing, B-Boying et Wirting. Beaucoup de gens critique la hip-hop-cultu­re, à cause de la violence comme de la drogue et du sexisme. Commencement La hip-hop-cultu­re traditionnell­e, a commencé sa carrière au début des années 1970 dans le Bronx, un quartier pauvre de New York. Au cours des années 1960 et 1970, à été cette pauvre et ghettoïsation partie de New York par les immigrants et les afro-américai­n livré. Les noirs, avec leurs intellectuels se sont échappé…[show more]





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