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    ABOUT WHEN VIEWING DANCE CONCERT CRITIQUE GUIDELINES Your reaction paper must be type-written, a minimum of 2-3 pages, double-spaces with a clear and legible typeface (Times Roman is one that I prefer). Font point size should be 12-13 points, not larger please. Begin your paper by including the name...
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  • Guide Lines
    experiences. What to critique? LIVE activities such as plays, concerts, art museums, art galleries, dance recitals, etc. Attempt to choose a variety of experiences. Events must take place during the current term (no, you may not write a critique on a concert you saw last year). Take advantages of activities on...
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  • Musical Paper
    S al Malaki Concert Reaction Paper We are very much interested in music and upon hearing that we will be watching a musical concert we felt excited. The music pieces used in concert were based on Rizal’s travelling expeditions all over Europe. It was mainly classical music and we were amazed by...
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  • The Music Made Me Do It
    actions at this university. This paper will take into account the effects that particular genres of music have on people. Because we are in a college town such as Austin it is easy to observe the effects that music has on people. Whether it be at parties, clubs, concerts, or in the dorms, I have seen the...
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  • Social Dances
    DANCE III Instructor: Ms. Danell Hathaway Semester: FAll 2011 Email: dkhathaway@graniteschools.org Day: B days – 7th period (3B) (This is the best way to reach me. I answer emails after 2:30 pm) CLASS DESCRIPTION: This is a full year course, structured to explore dance in-depth and...
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  • Music
    Type of Concert: Pau Hana; Music and Dance from Asia and the Pacific General reaction: Overall, I was somewhat impressed with the majority of the performances. There were many different instruments, costumes, and music expressing the different cultures. There were a few musical instruments that seemed...
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  • Korean Drums - Indepth
    Jennifer Song Music 227 Summer 2012 Essay 3: Ethnographic Concert Report               Somgo-mu: A New Traditional Korean Drum Dance As a child my grandmother would tell me that Korean dances were influenced by the heavens. Watching this performance, it was easy to see why she told me this...
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  • Isadora Duncan
    Isadora Duncan 	Isadora Duncan was a famous dancer who brought a new kind of dance to the world. She danced out the feelings from deep in her heart. Unlike other dancers in the late nineteenth century, Isadora Duncan danced with flowing motion. She was not a ballerina, and did not...
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  • Course Syllabus
    rights reserved. Course Description This course examines traditions and developments in the visual and performing arts genres including music, dance, theater, cinema, visual arts, and architecture. Students will be introduced to the elements of each genre, along with an overview of its historical...
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  • Term Paper in Logic
    Medical and Educational Center College of Medical Technology Legazpi City PROJECT IN LOGIC: HAS K-POP LOWERED OUR MUSIC STANDARDS? (A Term Paper) Submitted by: Angelica Mae C. Andes BSMT-1 Submitted to: Mrs. Deborah Monge HAS K-POP LOWERED OUR MUSIC STANDARDS? By Jason Yu (a.k.a...
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  • The Similarities Between Classical Music and Ellington's Jazz
    the Jazz movement as a dance craze, or unsuccessful recreations of Classical pieces. This slandering of Jazz has not only created a false image of the music, but it has also lead to a full disconnection between the two genres. It is for this reason that I propose in my paper to show the relationship...
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  • Loud music
     Effects of Loud Music Suman Shreshta Byanju Research Paper Professor: Merry Bodner Date: 11/09/2013 Abstract Music at 85 decibels or higher can cause different health problems. Loud music could develop noise-induced hearing loss or tinnitus in an individual and can permanently damage...
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  • Youth Sub Class Panic
    as deviant, thereby ultimately causing reactions from this group. In this model, the amplification process serves to affect the social reality of the perceived ‘problem’, following the initial media coverage. The amplification process can also influence reaction at the institutional level such as courts...
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  • Slasher Films in the Pakistani Cinema
    Pakistani Cinema has touched upon a variety of genres which predominantly revolve around documentaries, dramas, thrillers, horror, romance and action. This paper will, however, depict and deliberate upon a subgenre of horror films; slasher films in Pakistan. A slasher film is preeminently defined as a horror...
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  • Organizing a Waterfall:
    with A.R. Ammons. ! Teaching positions at University of Michigan (19832001) and Cornell University (2001- ). ! Seven books of poetry and essays: • Dance Script With Electric Ballerina (1983) • Palladium (1986) • Powers of Congress (1990) • Sensual Math (1997) • Feeling as a Foreign Language [essays]...
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  • Club It, Part 3
    Club IT, Part three, Final Paper XBIS219 Business Information Systems Axia College of University of Phoenix CLUB IT, PART THREE Club IT is a nightclub owned by Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejada. The owners recently went through...
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  • Background in February 2004, a Paper Titled ‘Mobile Phones and Youth: a Look at the U.S. Student Market’ Was Presented in the Itu/Mic Workshop on Shaping the Future for the Mobile Information Society. It Was Based on a
    are, most of us become brainwashed with misinformation, enough that it has become a problem to many of us today. Example of this is the different reactions of netizens on Lady Gaga’s music and style. Rumors were spreading through the internet about her that she sold her soul to evil but on the positive...
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  • Effect of Youtube on Live Music
    an artist’s career has changed significantly since the birth of the digital age. Earlier, the concerts and the live performances used to be primarily a promotional tool in selling an album. But now a concert is one of the most significant products that the bands sell. As the digital era took over, the...
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  • Punk: Mainstream to Margin
    and so much more. Their complete vertical integration stripped the artists of their creative freedom. Specifically in the UK, punk also began as a reaction to the high unemployment levels and terrible living conditions experienced by the working class and the unemployed. In the mid 1970’s, two...
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  • Music and Media
    known for Scott Joplin’s solo piano work. Musicians migrated to bigger towns to find work and planted themselves in clubs and dance halls “The large commercialized dance halls came to focus on morally restrained, often athletic social dancing and encouraged bands of arranged, big band music designed...
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