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Music And Music
Music can help people in many ways. Music is known to help people with memory and languages problems by helping them remember and learning
how to speak again. It can also improve your health and productivity and it serves as a form of expression, as well as a way for teenagers to
understand and identify some emotions that they might be feeling. Listening to music is also good for people who are under a lot of stress, so they can
relax and sleep better. Because taking music lessons can also improve many skills, it's recommendable to get involved with it to help yourself in school
or work. For patients with mental illnesses, like Alzheimer and dementia, taking music therapy can be really helpful mentally, physically and
emotionally.
How Music Affects Human Beings
Introduction:
The auditory system is the most abundant in the human body, which is why listening to music can affect people. Many have said that music makes
them feel better; some say that listening to music helps them learn; others, it motivates. While reading in the internet we found many interesting stories
of how music has helped stroke patients learn how to talk again, how patients with Alzheimer could regain some of their memories, and that premature
babies could gain weight while listening to music. When we read this, we couldn't help but wonder how can all of this happen with music?
Memory:
Musicians have better memory than people who don't know how to play an instrument. This is because their training gives
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Descriptive Essay About Music
I grab the white headphones and put the EarPods into my ears. Then, I go through a variety of songs until my thumb lingers over the song "You
Know Me" by a band named Thunder Dreamer. Quickly, I click play and the world around me stops as the music enters my ears. The soft guitar
strums put an end to my over thinking and suppresses my feelings of sadness. By the time the vocals appear in the song, I can only think about music
and how happy I am in this moment. By this I mean that hearing music is the equivalent of being at peace. To be more specific, music puts me in every
place I've ever felt happiness, tastes as sweet as it sounds and relaxes my overwhelming thoughts.
With this said, I am on top of the world when I have the headphones in my ears. I feel as though I can do anything when I am blasting a song by
Cage the Elephant on my speaker. Whether I am listening through my headphones or on a speaker, the volume is always the highest it can be. This
way, the music penetrates through the walls and through every layer of skin on my body. I know this high level of noise is not good for me, but
the music is. Uniquely, music places me back into every dream I've ever forgotten. I am suddenly placed into the dream where I'm a kid and I am
laughing as my friends try to catch me in a game of tag. In a matter of three beats, I am a child again and I can only thank music for this. Moreover,
when I hear Frank Sinatra's voice playing from my "Classics" playlist, I am put back into the
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Music in My Life Essay
Music, it's a part of everyone's life. From childhood sing–a–long songs, to garage grunge music, and everything in between music is everywhere.
Growing up with an extremely musical background it was in my genes that I would become a musician. Playing music has helped me become the
person I am by being a release for my anger, broadening my future and make new friends.. I first joined the band in the fourth grade playing the
drums. I played for about two weeks then I quit because I didn't like it, mostly because of the teacher. In the sixth grade we got a new music teacher
and told me I look like a trumpet player, so I gave it a try. I was taking music lessons but after the first one my music teacher told me she had to leave
because she...show more content...
When I get into fights with my step dad which to this day is still a problem instead of resorting to violence I would go and blare by favorite song at
the time over and over again. Also after having a hard time in high school being wrongfully suspended twice instead of dropping out or giving up I
had my bass to return home to home to sit for hours and write songs, hundreds of songs. The songs would relate to my feelings. Some songs would
be hard full of hate and anger but some songs were mellow with sad heart filled lyrics. If it weren't for these songs to write I you would not be
sitting here reading my paper. The girls in high school were also a reason for writing songs and playing trumpet. In all of my high school all my
relationships I was cheated on. This caused for harsh break ups, uncalled for arguments, and an untrusting Nick Henry. High school years where
trying times and if it wasn't for my music things would not have turned out they way they have. Music equals life, or the saying goes. I feel if I
had dropped out of band I would have missed out on a great experience. The ability to play music is something that will live on in you for the rest
of your life. Unlike playing a sport you can't ever get worn out or injured and lose the talent. All through school I played sports from baseball to
soccer, sure it was fun but it was never my calling, but just being able to play music for a live audience is a feeling that is so amazing there are not
enough
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Music And Dance And Music Essay
There is no denying that when decent music is playing people cannot help but get in the dancing mood. Studies show that people, even when still in
the womb, react to music. This reaction just grows and grows as a person develops... "children between 1 and 2 years of age were made to listen to
Credence Clearwater Revival's "Heard it Through the Grapevine" [and] within a minute of listening to the insistent drums and guitar riffs, the babies
started to move in synchronicity with the song (Brenshofl, Roger para. 2). Even though these small children were not able to keep their moves up for
long before falling, it sure did not stop them from trying! It is obvious that music and dance are related on a very high level, but what makes these two
arts so complimentary of one another? When dance and music are done together there is an emotional response on the deep and superficial level in
humans that builds through the practice and evolution of dance and music respectively.
To begin to understand the relationship between music and dance, one must understand what they are individually. Dance is a well known form of
art that allows one to express personal beliefs, ideas, or just strictly emotions through the movement of their body. This can be done in may ways
because there are many forms of dance. From explosive jazz, to emotional lyrical, and informative pedestrian, all dance styles seem to have a way of
conveying an idea to an audience. As one may expect, music is very similar in
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Music : Music And Music
The definition of music is very different to many people. Some say that music is the arrangement of sound and silence. Others like myself say music is
that and much more. Music is an aural form of art that is used to express emotion and touch the hearts of the listener through the use of phrasing,
dynamics, style and tone color. Music is a very universal art form. There are not many people in this world who do not listen to at least some form of
music weather it be pop or rock music on the radio, or the classical music of Beethoven or Mozart. Each genre and style is very unique in it's own
way and some styles are more appealing to one person than another. That is why it is very important to expand the types of music taught in
educational music programs. There are quite a few different types of music that fit into the instrumental category. We have Jazz, avant grade music,
ethnic music, and "art music". Jazz and art music are the two most commonly taught forms of music in public schools today. Although these are two
very important forms of music, I feel as though schools should be able to expand the genres. Not only will this widen student's scopes to learning new
styles and performance techniques, this will also peak the interest of students who previously felt 'bored' with the music being taught. Avant grade
music is typically a newer style of music, it often branches away from traditional methods and forms of writing music. This can pose a new challenge
for students,
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Life is Music Essay
Life is music. Overflowing with fervent emotions, life is one, powerful, grand symphony. Every human organization, ranging from a group in a
language arts class to a country, is an orchestra. Each person plays a different part of the song, with a unique flavor and purpose. If one asks any
orchestra player what an orchestra is, one will most likely hear the words "selflessness," "respect," and "consideration." Professional conductors, or
leaders of any organization, do not glare at a player for missing a beat or playing a wrong note. Professional players do not try to play louder than
anyone else in the orchestra so their sound is distinguished; instead, they lower themselves and try to blend in with others. Although an orchestra's
success...show more content...
Claire's character is clearly shown in her interests. She is a very talented competitive dancer and is interested in fashion and traveling. Her radiant
character always lightens the mood of our orchestra.
Alice Yoon is the virtuoso violist, the left hand of our orchestra. Although her role may seem trivial, without her support, our orchestra would be
fruitless. Our violist is very thoughtful and prudent. She gives every stroke of her bow meaningful thoughts and always thinks about the effects that
her movements would make to the orchestra. Her answers visibly reflect her personality. When questioned where she would first spend her money if
she wins a lottery, Alice simply answers, "My parents, of course." A violist is like the left hand of a pianist. Although there are moments when a viola's
mellow sound projects over every other instrument, a violist's main role is to hold up the violinist.
Song 3
Anna Veal is the charming cellist. Like a violist, a cellist's role is to support and embellish the melody. Acello's rich and resonant sound has the ability
to purify and cure people's deep wounds inside the heart. Our cellist's warm personality is strong enough to light every street lamp in the world. Not
only does she warm other people around her, but she also shows her compassionate heart to stray animals. Both of her two pets are rescue animals she
adopted at a parking lot and a skate
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Music And Music

  • 1. Music And Music Music can help people in many ways. Music is known to help people with memory and languages problems by helping them remember and learning how to speak again. It can also improve your health and productivity and it serves as a form of expression, as well as a way for teenagers to understand and identify some emotions that they might be feeling. Listening to music is also good for people who are under a lot of stress, so they can relax and sleep better. Because taking music lessons can also improve many skills, it's recommendable to get involved with it to help yourself in school or work. For patients with mental illnesses, like Alzheimer and dementia, taking music therapy can be really helpful mentally, physically and emotionally. How Music Affects Human Beings Introduction: The auditory system is the most abundant in the human body, which is why listening to music can affect people. Many have said that music makes them feel better; some say that listening to music helps them learn; others, it motivates. While reading in the internet we found many interesting stories of how music has helped stroke patients learn how to talk again, how patients with Alzheimer could regain some of their memories, and that premature babies could gain weight while listening to music. When we read this, we couldn't help but wonder how can all of this happen with music? Memory: Musicians have better memory than people who don't know how to play an instrument. This is because their training gives Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 2. Descriptive Essay About Music I grab the white headphones and put the EarPods into my ears. Then, I go through a variety of songs until my thumb lingers over the song "You Know Me" by a band named Thunder Dreamer. Quickly, I click play and the world around me stops as the music enters my ears. The soft guitar strums put an end to my over thinking and suppresses my feelings of sadness. By the time the vocals appear in the song, I can only think about music and how happy I am in this moment. By this I mean that hearing music is the equivalent of being at peace. To be more specific, music puts me in every place I've ever felt happiness, tastes as sweet as it sounds and relaxes my overwhelming thoughts. With this said, I am on top of the world when I have the headphones in my ears. I feel as though I can do anything when I am blasting a song by Cage the Elephant on my speaker. Whether I am listening through my headphones or on a speaker, the volume is always the highest it can be. This way, the music penetrates through the walls and through every layer of skin on my body. I know this high level of noise is not good for me, but the music is. Uniquely, music places me back into every dream I've ever forgotten. I am suddenly placed into the dream where I'm a kid and I am laughing as my friends try to catch me in a game of tag. In a matter of three beats, I am a child again and I can only thank music for this. Moreover, when I hear Frank Sinatra's voice playing from my "Classics" playlist, I am put back into the Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 3. Music in My Life Essay Music, it's a part of everyone's life. From childhood sing–a–long songs, to garage grunge music, and everything in between music is everywhere. Growing up with an extremely musical background it was in my genes that I would become a musician. Playing music has helped me become the person I am by being a release for my anger, broadening my future and make new friends.. I first joined the band in the fourth grade playing the drums. I played for about two weeks then I quit because I didn't like it, mostly because of the teacher. In the sixth grade we got a new music teacher and told me I look like a trumpet player, so I gave it a try. I was taking music lessons but after the first one my music teacher told me she had to leave because she...show more content... When I get into fights with my step dad which to this day is still a problem instead of resorting to violence I would go and blare by favorite song at the time over and over again. Also after having a hard time in high school being wrongfully suspended twice instead of dropping out or giving up I had my bass to return home to home to sit for hours and write songs, hundreds of songs. The songs would relate to my feelings. Some songs would be hard full of hate and anger but some songs were mellow with sad heart filled lyrics. If it weren't for these songs to write I you would not be sitting here reading my paper. The girls in high school were also a reason for writing songs and playing trumpet. In all of my high school all my relationships I was cheated on. This caused for harsh break ups, uncalled for arguments, and an untrusting Nick Henry. High school years where trying times and if it wasn't for my music things would not have turned out they way they have. Music equals life, or the saying goes. I feel if I had dropped out of band I would have missed out on a great experience. The ability to play music is something that will live on in you for the rest of your life. Unlike playing a sport you can't ever get worn out or injured and lose the talent. All through school I played sports from baseball to soccer, sure it was fun but it was never my calling, but just being able to play music for a live audience is a feeling that is so amazing there are not enough Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 4. Music And Dance And Music Essay There is no denying that when decent music is playing people cannot help but get in the dancing mood. Studies show that people, even when still in the womb, react to music. This reaction just grows and grows as a person develops... "children between 1 and 2 years of age were made to listen to Credence Clearwater Revival's "Heard it Through the Grapevine" [and] within a minute of listening to the insistent drums and guitar riffs, the babies started to move in synchronicity with the song (Brenshofl, Roger para. 2). Even though these small children were not able to keep their moves up for long before falling, it sure did not stop them from trying! It is obvious that music and dance are related on a very high level, but what makes these two arts so complimentary of one another? When dance and music are done together there is an emotional response on the deep and superficial level in humans that builds through the practice and evolution of dance and music respectively. To begin to understand the relationship between music and dance, one must understand what they are individually. Dance is a well known form of art that allows one to express personal beliefs, ideas, or just strictly emotions through the movement of their body. This can be done in may ways because there are many forms of dance. From explosive jazz, to emotional lyrical, and informative pedestrian, all dance styles seem to have a way of conveying an idea to an audience. As one may expect, music is very similar in Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 5. Music : Music And Music The definition of music is very different to many people. Some say that music is the arrangement of sound and silence. Others like myself say music is that and much more. Music is an aural form of art that is used to express emotion and touch the hearts of the listener through the use of phrasing, dynamics, style and tone color. Music is a very universal art form. There are not many people in this world who do not listen to at least some form of music weather it be pop or rock music on the radio, or the classical music of Beethoven or Mozart. Each genre and style is very unique in it's own way and some styles are more appealing to one person than another. That is why it is very important to expand the types of music taught in educational music programs. There are quite a few different types of music that fit into the instrumental category. We have Jazz, avant grade music, ethnic music, and "art music". Jazz and art music are the two most commonly taught forms of music in public schools today. Although these are two very important forms of music, I feel as though schools should be able to expand the genres. Not only will this widen student's scopes to learning new styles and performance techniques, this will also peak the interest of students who previously felt 'bored' with the music being taught. Avant grade music is typically a newer style of music, it often branches away from traditional methods and forms of writing music. This can pose a new challenge for students, Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 6. Life is Music Essay Life is music. Overflowing with fervent emotions, life is one, powerful, grand symphony. Every human organization, ranging from a group in a language arts class to a country, is an orchestra. Each person plays a different part of the song, with a unique flavor and purpose. If one asks any orchestra player what an orchestra is, one will most likely hear the words "selflessness," "respect," and "consideration." Professional conductors, or leaders of any organization, do not glare at a player for missing a beat or playing a wrong note. Professional players do not try to play louder than anyone else in the orchestra so their sound is distinguished; instead, they lower themselves and try to blend in with others. Although an orchestra's success...show more content... Claire's character is clearly shown in her interests. She is a very talented competitive dancer and is interested in fashion and traveling. Her radiant character always lightens the mood of our orchestra. Alice Yoon is the virtuoso violist, the left hand of our orchestra. Although her role may seem trivial, without her support, our orchestra would be fruitless. Our violist is very thoughtful and prudent. She gives every stroke of her bow meaningful thoughts and always thinks about the effects that her movements would make to the orchestra. Her answers visibly reflect her personality. When questioned where she would first spend her money if she wins a lottery, Alice simply answers, "My parents, of course." A violist is like the left hand of a pianist. Although there are moments when a viola's mellow sound projects over every other instrument, a violist's main role is to hold up the violinist. Song 3 Anna Veal is the charming cellist. Like a violist, a cellist's role is to support and embellish the melody. Acello's rich and resonant sound has the ability to purify and cure people's deep wounds inside the heart. Our cellist's warm personality is strong enough to light every street lamp in the world. Not only does she warm other people around her, but she also shows her compassionate heart to stray animals. Both of her two pets are rescue animals she adopted at a parking lot and a skate Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 7. World Music Essay World Music World music is basically any type of music from all around the world. This music is generally noticeable from the other countries, either by instruments used, or lyrically it is different. These things are what make it easy to tell the difference between the different countries and what type of music it is. World music can be anything from different countries so it may sound different to how we expect music to sound like, for examplegamelan music is mainly a set of tuned bronze gongs. This is what people from the Indonesian islands of Java and Bali are used to hearing, whereas Great Britain and most of the rest of the world are not used to hearing. This is because we are used to...show more content... The Jegagog is the lowest pitched of the gangsa, the gangsa family consists of instruments which have brass or bronze keys suspended over a resonating bamboo tube. The Balinese gangsa differs from the Javanese because the keys make a louder sound and are designed to be struck with different hammers. This instrument also requires long resonating bamboo tubes so is played while sitting on a chair or bench. It has five keys (1, 2, 3, 5, and 6). This pattern is commonly found in both Java and Bali. It plays at submultiples of the pokok and is played particularly at important structural points as do the gongs. The Jublag is the next higher pitched of the gangsa, this instrument also requires long resonating bamboo tubes so is often played while sitting on a chair or bench. The Balinese version has 5 keys (1, 2, 3, 5, and 6) seven key Jublag are also commonly found in Bali. It usually plays at submultiples of the pokok; the keys are struck more frequently than the jegogan and usually less frequently than the Ugal. It is one octave above the jegogan and shares tones with the Ugal. Another name for the Jublag is Calung. The Kantil shares its lower octave with the Pemade. They are above the Ugal which plays the melody. There are usually 10 keys (2, 3, 5, 6, 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and i) so the instrument spans two octaves. Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 8. Popular Music Essay Introduction Popular music is popular afresh, and it's everywhere. Whether it's the idols, the stars, the competitors or the academy, the burst music industry has not ever flaunted itself to such a large extent. But how can we mark burst music? Where is its place? Many would contend that it pertains sorely littered over the levels of teenager's bedrooms worldwide. Others would state it is most at home recorded on the bank balance of a foremost multinational organisation. An allotment of persons would assert that burst music has no home, and is just a fad commended by the culturally inept, those who are only adept of enjoying a pre–formatted, formulaic merchandise of the 'culture industry'. Or is it infects a varied and creative...show more content... Adorno's 'On Popular Music' may recognise some intriguing points on the building and circulation of burst music as well as highlighting widespread traits of the 'sound' of burst music but ironically his idea is itself very rigid and has some foremost flaws. Adorno did not seem it essential to revise any of his ideas on burst music before he passed away in 1969 even after a time span which numerous would call the birth of 'modern' burst music (Clyne 2006).He does not unquestionably recognise the way in which subcultures and communal assemblies adopt popular music and how even a 'preformatted' part of music can be utilised to inspire political, communal and cultural reform. If Adorno was correct in conversing of popular music as a normalised and conformist pattern of amusement, we would only require mentioning succinctly a couple of demonstrations to completely discredit this. The Spice Girls and the new type of post–feminist rebellion renowned as 'Girl Power' they conveyed about. The early 90's glimpsed the birth of Ecstasy, glorified by Happy Hardcore, Techno and now Dance music, while children were vocalising along to 'Ebenezer Goode' (The Shamen 1992) the censors failed to choose up on the equitably conspicuous chorus of 'E's are good'. The 'do–what–you–please' mind–set presented by Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 9. Music : My Music And The Joy Of Music Family and friends represent the joy of music. Music has different meanings, but to me music is the way I express my emotions and thoughts. I like to listen to happy songs not anything sad that will make me cry because in the end, thinking positive, positive things will happen. The music I listen to reveals my personality and the way I act in life. When making a playlist, I add songs not by what year it is but what makes me smile and remember all my good memories that go with it. When I was younger my family would go on road trips for days. The only way my father would stay awake is having the music on blast. The worst part if he liked a song, he kept replaying it until we reached our destination. The song he kept replaying was "Rain over Me" (Perez, 2011) I can still remember him wiggling his fingers to imitate rain and singing "Let it rain over me, I'm rising so high out of my mind, so let it rain over me. "Listening to this song reminds me how there was wind crossing through my face and gave me that true feeling of being a human being. Music to my family are fun moments, even when my grandparents visit. Every time my grandpa would come over he would grab his cup of tea, sit back on his favorite couch and ask for us to play his favorite song "Despacito" (Fonsi, 2017). His favorite part, well the only part he knows how to sing, was "Despacito" and then saying O after every sentence. That song brought joy to my grandfather's face and it gave us the true essences of Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 10. Music And Music Essay In my life, I have been surrounded by music. I am always listening to music. I would wake up in the weekend with either my mom or my dad playing music in their house. This either meant we were cleaning the house or they would be cooking dinner. Whenever I got inside of my parents' car, the first thing they would do is turn on the radio to listen to music. One of my favorite memories with my dad is singing "Gold Digger" by Kanye West in the car when he was dropping me off. Growing up in a diverse place like New York City has opened my mind to different styles or genres of music in which I listen to. When I was younger, I studied music in my music class and band class. I got to learn about different artists and composers. While growing up, there were technological developments such as Ipod, Iphone, and mp3 players. This made it easy to listen to music wherever you went. I always thought of being a DJ and Producer because you can mix and mash–up from existing music with your creative taste as well creating an original song. I have dream about traveling the world and where I would play my music to crowd of fans. Also being able to produces song for other artists like Eminem, J Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Chris Brown, Calvin Harris, etc. These artists have had the biggest influences on me about music. I do not know what would do without they're music and influence on society. Music is something I cannot live without. I am not the only one who feels that way. When I picked the topic of Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 11. Music Appreciation Essay This was the day I had been dreading. I was participating in the Seattle Young Artists Music Festival, an event where students share their music with a small class and receive a lesson from the teacher. My violin teacher and my parents decided that this event would develop my musical skills, so they registered me with enthusiasm. I, on the other hand, was not so enthusiastic. I had never honestly enjoyed performing in the past and I was especially nervous about this event knowing that I would receive a music lesson from an expert violinist after my performance. It did not help to hear stories of strict, criticizing, and rude teachers from my siblings who had previously done this event either. I wondered how any good could come from this event. Though only flippantly, I even considered what would happen if I pretended to be ill or purposely injured my finger. However, before I knew it, the dreadful day arrived and I realized I would just have to go for it. I woke up before the sun and groggily prepared to leave. My Mom and my two siblings, Amy and Aaron, got ready to leave too since Aaron was also performing and Mom and Amy would be accompanying both of us on the piano. While it was still dark, we boarded a ferry headed for Seattle as I tried not to think...show more content... Trembling, I began my first piece, "Romance in G" by Beethoven, and she quickly began to jot down comments. After I had finished my three pieces, my teacher exclaimed, "Bravo!" and everyone gave a loud applause. She proceeded to give me encouraging feedback as well as ways I could improve my technique. Surprisingly, the lesson seemed to pass quickly and when it had ended, I received a sheet of paper with my teacher's written comments and signature. At the bottom of the paper, I noted my teacher's signature, Mimi Zweig, but did not think much of it. Breathing a sigh of relief, I went back to my seat. That was not as bad as I expected, I thought to Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 12. My Music Journey People say that music has the ability to heal a person mentally and spiritually. But to me, music is much more than just healing. It is a way for me to escape this world called reality and enter a world with in my imagination through the different beats, harmony, and chorus. Only when listening to music, I can truly feel all my emotions with each song having the power to make me remember, from painful to happy memories. As I grew up to be the person I am today, my music journey also grows with me. Looking back at it now, I would never want to change a single thing. In 1973, exactly twenty–five years prior to my birth, my parents were just in elementary school. They told me stories about their lives back then but none contained any traces of music. The only stories about music back in those years were from my grandmother. Back then, my parents grew up in Viet Nam in a poor family with no televisions so they couldn't really listen to any music growing up. Although my parents could not listen to music on television like how we can now; they were able to come to live performances by local artists held at the district's performance center every other month because the shows were free. My grandmother told me that the music back then was really different than how it is now. The songs served many purposes to the citizens, it was an encouragement to soldiers at war, it was the rhythm that put kids to sleep, it was the comfort food for everyone who listen. Grandma told me the style Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 13. Descriptive Essay On Music The piano is one of my favorite musical instruments. It is a great instrument because of how easy it is to pick up on it. Unlike other instruments like the violin and guitar, you always know what you are going to get when you attempt to play a note. It also sounds amazing and it is very relaxing to the ear. Pianos are played in many styles but the two most popular styles would probably be classical and jazz. Jazz styled music is most focused on improvisation while classically styled music requires you to master many skills from the keyboard. Classical is known to be the hardest style to learn. I tried to play a few classical pieces on my piano but each hand is playing completely different notes at different times and it's hard because the notes are played so fast. If you accidentally play a wrong note, it doesn't sound right. My favorite genres of the piano are classical and light jazz. There are many singer–songwriters who play piano that inspire me to play. The sound of the piano is very unique and I like how you can combine many keys to make cool melodies. The piano has evolved over the years from the harpsichord to the grand piano to digital keyboards. In 1700, the piano was born thanks to Bartolomeo di Francesco Cristofori. The piano is a fascinating instrument that has changed over time and continues to be an important instrument in the music industry. The first piano was created by, Bartolomeo di Francesco Cristofori. There isn't any detail about Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 14. Influence of Music Essay Influence of Music Hannah Ferguson HUM/176 Influence of Music Music and radio has roots in American culture and the way society is today. The different types of music genres have shaped American culture and social behavior of Americans. Audio media has had a major affect and influence on the attitudes of Americans and especially today's youth and young adults. Music and radio has given American culture its values, the way that jazz, blues, and R&B created rock & roll, music created American culture. Music appeals to young adults, and youth as an escape to the hard times of real life. Drawn by the explicit lyrics and beats, the youth always searches out for music to dance to and music to connect with. American...show more content... A way of bringing what was different cultures together and making one culture, The American Culture.Rock and Roll is a genre of music that has forever changed the social behavior of Americans. Rock and roll has influenced American culture in the daily life, fashion and attitudes of most Americans. Rock and Roll broke the race barricade, forming in a time of a civil rights movement. Rock and roll was a new form of music that encouraged desegregation. Evolving black artists and white artists playing black music, rock and roll changed the way American culture accepts what was once taboo. Rock and roll put a perception of sex, drugs, and alcohol to be accepted and what is considered "cool". Artists singing about doing drugs, or hooking up with random woman made it something to be idolized. Rock and roll influenced young adults to engage in risky behavior. Now is American culture, these things are almost considered normal. Rock and roll shaped fashion and is continuously changing fashion. Fans copy styles of their favorite artists as a way to express one's self. From ripped up, tight, or baggy pants, long hair, colored hair, or shaved heads, the fashion is always changing. Some fashions coming back and making another appearance in American culture, a lot of fashion comes from Rock and roll. Piercings and tattoos once forbidden, is becoming more and more acceptable in American culture.
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  • 16. The Importance of Music Education Essay Why have creative skills been put on the back burner in today's society? Some say that music education is a waste of valuable resources, takes time away from academic subjects, is noisy and distracting, when in reality this is false. Music is a valuable resource that every human being should enjoy. Although our economy has been failing lately, we should not let ourselves believe that the only way to be productive is in a field that makes us unhappy, like computers or science. In America's recent economic downfall,music education is commonly one of the first programs to be cut in districts around the country; this should not be the case because it benefits students academically, socially, and physically throughout the rest of their lives....show more content... Students involved in music are often more confident in their mathematical abilities and can also operate faster when problem solving. In the debate about importance of music programs, it is clear that music is just as important as core curriculum subjects. In society individuals who participated in music are more successful in their careers and are often more cultured. A career can be defined as the general progression of your working or professional lives. Individuals who are involved in music often obtain careers they love and also collect more money. Mastering the arts has been closely correlated with high earnings (MENC Staff 2), although to most people who embrace music money isn't the most important thing in life. Music can unite people like no other activity and makes individuals want to help others and work together. Musically skilled people are often better problem solvers and perform more community service (Paige). They also enjoy it more than others. Chorus America found that choral singers are more likely to be involved in community service, 76% compared to 44% of those that aren't, and twice as likely to be consumers of other arts, not just music (MENC Staff 4). From personal experience, being involved in music has changed my life, I am happier and more well rounded the longer I stick with it, and many other people feel this way as well. Skills like creativity, flexibility, discipline and teamwork are Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 17. Piano Music Essay The beautiful sound of piano music has captured the hearts of people since the early eighteenth century. Since then, many musicians have dedicated their lives to this instrument. Some players even play piano so well that it may seem that this instrument is easy to play. However, to be able to play the piano well isn't easy; it takes a lot of skill. To become a good piano player, one must lovemusic very much, have good finger techniques, and body flexibility. To become a good piano player, one must love music. The love of music can help you truly understand the music you play, so that you can play it well. For example, when you play a piece of music on the piano, not only must you get the notes and the rhythm right, you must also be...show more content... In order to become a good pianist, one must have good finger techniques. With good finger techniques, one will be able to play fast music. Because some music should be played quickly, this can help you play through the music without getting stuck. Good finger techniques can also help you play piano music very clearly so that the sound is clean and beautiful. In addition, with good finger techniques, you can play piano for a long time without your finger getting sore. For a thirty minute piece of piano music, one needs to have good finger techniques in order to play this piece well. Having good finger techniques is an important skill to have as a pianist. To be able to play piano well, one has to have body flexibility. Good body flexibility can help a piano player to swing their body to the beat. For example, when a piece of music has complicated rhythm, the player must swing his or her body to the bear in order to get the exact rhythm. Body flexibility can also help one balance him/her self when he or she moves their body while playing music; thus preventing the piano player from falling off his or her chair. Lastly, body flexibility can help you play fast music. For instance, when you need to jump from the highest note of the piano to the lowest, this can help a pianist to move quickly and with ease. A good piano player must have body flexibility. Piano music can often touch the listener's heart if it is Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 18. Written Music Essay Written Music For a very long time music was not written down. It was sung or played from memory. As it was passed on from person to person, many changes crept into the tunes. A way of writing music down was needed so that it would be sung or played exactly as it had been composed. The name for written music that man developed is notation. The system of musical notation generally used today is the result of centuries of development– from about the end of the ninth century to the early 1700's. This development began in the cathedrals in monasteries of the Roman Catholic Church. Since many of the Church's services were sung, they were sung from memory. Towards the end of the ninth century dots and dashes and squiggles were ...show more content... A method of notation that made it possible to show the length of each note was developed in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Notes took new shapes and stems were added to some notes according to their length. By the 1600's the notes had become round and musical notation began to look like it does today. Today music is written and printed in a picture language. This language of notation indicates the pitch of the tones, their place in a sequence of tones, their duration (the length of time a tone is held), and the composer's ideas about how they should be played. Notes are written signs that represent tones (musical sounds). The notes appear on a staff, a set of five horizontal lines. The higher the composer places the note, the higher its pitch. The order in which he places it, from left to right, indicates its place in a sequence of notes. The shape of a note shows its time value. A clef sign at the left end of a staff determines the position of notes on the staff. The treble clef is often called the G clef because its sign fixes the G above middle C on the second line from the bottom of the staff. The bass clef, often called the F clef, fixes the F below middle C on the second line from the top of the staff. Higher notes, such as those for the right end of the piano, appear in the treble clef. Lower notes appear in the bass clef. Music for the viola is written in the alto clef, and music written for the trombone, bassoon,
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  • 20. My Favorite Music Essay I was raised around many types of music, and I have heard many different songs. However, there is one music group that I have listened to off and on for a very long time. This group is Blue October, and I have listened to them since I was six years old when my mother first introduced me. The music from Blue October is ever changing and has been linear to my ever changing life. I love the music that they make because it is real and alive. I look for sincear songs; Blue October meets this expectation that I have. The song "Into The Ocean" is the first song that I had ever heard by them. I remember the first time I had ever hear that song was on my moms CD plater when her and my dad were still together. We were living in a two bedroom appartment and I was watching my mother draw big beautiful paisly prints on thick paper with her shimmery gel pens. While I watched her hands I listened to the lullaby sound of the violin in the song. Even now, depending on how I feel, I will listen to the music most. I still borrowed my mothers CD player on numerous occasions. Apparently, I borrowed it so many times, it was just easier for my mom and dad to save the money to buy me one of my own. I now could listen to the song over and over as many times as I wanted. This was my very first CD player. I even got my own pair of headphones. They went over the top of my head and went over my ears with the thin foam that made sure everyone heard what I was listening to. This CD player was more Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 21. Defining Music Essay Nic Giordano Comp 1 Definition Essay Music Music; Indefinable by words alone. It is not only something you can hear but what you can feel. It is something your soul is able to reach out and touch. Music also has the power to bring us as humans, together. It is one language spoken by all cultures, sexes, races, age and religions. Music also controls our emotions; it makes us happy, sad, angry, relaxed, etc. We also can express ourselves through music. It can affect our personality.. someone who listens to classical, like Mozart or Bach, all the time is going to be smarter and more intellectual than someone who listens to rap or metal, and someone who listens to more upbeat happier music, like Ska or Swing, is more likely to...show more content... This can be overwhelming to the listener. Knowing when and how much to utilize silence is part of listening, one of the key skills of any musician. "Just because you can't hear it doesn't mean it's not music" Music is respect. Respect to ones self and to others, whether it is someone that has the same taste in music as you, or someone that has the complete opposite taste as you. That's something I see happen way to much, people bashing on other people because of what they listen to. Instead of accepting that everyone isn't going to like what you like. Music is supposed to be something we all have in common, it's supposed to bring us together and create peace, not turn us against each other. It's something that we all do, including me at times. Not only in music but in everyday life. Music originates from all over the world since the beginning of time. Complex or simple, fast or slow, loud or soft. It's what you feel. It could be your method of escape or keeping you living. Music is love. Music is passion. Music is unity. Music is emotion. Music is belief. Music is beauty. Music is life. Music is perfection. Music is imperfection. Music is peace. "Through music we can live forever." "That's the beauty of music. They can't take that away from you." –The Shawshank
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