• Not Music to My Ears!
    Not Music To My Ears Today's current music scene has steadily become filled with pre-packaged assembly line bands and singers. This teen oriented pop phenomenon is repulsive. I see the so-called bands and singers for what they really are. They are passing trends made special, just for th
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  • Marvin Gaye Author of Soul Music
    Marvin Gaye; Author of Love Music Tommy Harrington Mrs. Guertin English III April 27th, 2001 Bibliography Bayles, Martha. Hole In Our Soul. New York: The Free Press, 1994 Coleman, Nick. "Lost Soul." New Statesman 4 Sept. 1998: 127. EBSCO Host. Centennial High School Lib., Franklin, TN. 1
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  • What Is House Music?
    So many people have asked me this from all over the world that I thought that its time to write something about it, and help people understand what it's all about. I thought I would try and put something positive together to help you certain people out there. But this is my outlook on what Hous
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  • Music Business
    EngFD 1 Career skills The term ‘music industry', or the ‘music business', in general conjures up images of rock ‘n' roll stars, agents and producers. While this is true, if you look further you will see that there are many more areas that go to make up the music industry. In addition to the
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  • Music Production
    What Is A Producer? The music producer is to a record (CD) what a director would be to a film. The producer directs the entire operation of recording and readying the song(s) for release. The producer is responsible to get the performances recorded and the technical work done on the release, wit
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  • George Martin – Being for the Benefit of Popular Music
    George Martin – Being for the Benefit of Popular Music This essay will present the argument that George Martin’s production techniques and approaches, specifically of the Beatles catalogue of material from 1967 onwards, have made a significant impact upon the development of popular music. Thi
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  • Computer Science & Music Production
    Professor Sears English 1101 Essay # 3 Oct 26 2010 Two Careers I would Love to Do Since I was a child I was never one of those kids who wanted to be a firefighter, a police officer, a doctor or even a lawyer. My careers made me stand out from the rest of the class. When the teacher ask
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  • Influence of Music on Children
    Music has negative impact on children I was only thirteen years old when I moved from my country, Afghanistan. America was so new to me and I quickly found myself caught up in the fresh and modern culture. My first experience with American music was memorable. Being in a new environme
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  • Film Score Music
    Film Score Music To say that music plays a large role in our society would not do justice to one of the most important and popular art forms of yesterday and today. We underestimate the effectiveness and power that music, in any form , can have over even the most insensitive of people. In almo
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  • Industrial Music
    Industrial Music Rock and roll is dead. It's a fact. During the eighties romp of techno and fashion bands, people forgot all about it. In the late eighties and early nineties alternative music tried to save rock and roll, but it was too big of a category. If a band didn't sing country or
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  • Recording Studio Technology and the Producer
    Studio technology has developed drastically over the years and has become ever more vital to the record producer within the music industry. Different producers make use of studio technology in different ways, often depending on the style of music that they are producing, their preferred method of pr
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  • The Growth of Portuguese Music
    Portugal has a rich musical culture, with roots that go back to Provencal troubadours, followed by ballads and the fado, and as of late, incorporating the rhythms of Portugal's former West African colonies. Each of these elements are stll alive in current Portuguese music like the French Provencal
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  • The History of Country Music
    Country music was brought over by the first European settlers. In medieval times, storytelling was a tradition that allowed history to be recorded when few were able to read and write. When the first British settlers came to America, they brought this tradition with them, along with songs that they
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  • Brad Paisley and Country Music
    When country music began in America, there were no professional musicians. The typical musician sang only to entertain himself, his family or at local events. There is evidence of square dance-like events as far back as the 1830s (with origins in European country dancing). At first, most country mus
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  • Little Brother Music
    Little Brother: The Listening Describing this CD in three words would be personal, stylish, and free. Not "free" like it comes with your purchase of fifty dollars or more at Best Buy but "free" as in no boundaries or limitations. When I first put this album in my CD player and pressed play I was
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  • African American Religious Music
    African American religious music is the foundation of all contemporary forms of so called "black music." African American religious music has been a fundamental part of the black experience in this country. This common staple of the African American experience can be traced back to the cruel syste
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  • Reggae: the Music of Protest
    There are several theories about how the word reggae originated. The first theory claims that the word reggae was coined on a 1968 Pyramid dance single, "Do the Reggay (sic)," by Toots and the Maytals. Some believe that the word is originated from Regga, the name of a Bantu-speaking tribe on Lake Ta
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  • Rap Music
    Back in the days, all you heard in the radio was west coast rap. Now a days all you hear are music from the south like crunk, finger snap, and chopped and served. Crunk music is a style of music that you go to a club and have a good time dancing while while hearing the bass himble through your bo
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  • Music Review (Michelle Branch)
    When 17 year-old Michelle Branch broke onto the scene two years ago, her timing could not have been better. In a pop music world that was dominated by tarted-up Barbie dolls like Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, here was one young woman who gave us some incredibly catchy hits that had a little
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  • Race Music
    "I stole everything I ever heard, but mostly I stole from the horns" –Ella Fitzgerald Some of the most influential musicians both vocally and lyrically throughout the past century have been women. Among these women were some very prolific African American singers, composers, divas, how ever y
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