• Artists
    SCOTT JOPLIN -born in 1868 in Texas -The King of Ragtime -Best known song: Maple Leaf Rag EARLY CHILDHOOD -Scott Joplin is the second children of Giles Joplin and Florence Givins. -He was taught music by his parents.( Father-violinist, Mother-sing and play banjo) -In his late teens,...
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  • Music Theory
    I started writing this a while ago, and it seems like I've come across a lot of questions regarding theory lately, and scales in particular. So, I figured I'd post what I have so far and write this as a series of sessions on basic music theory concepts used in EDM. My plan is to start...
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  • Culture Portfolio
    CULT1     Culture  Portfolio  period  1  and  2             LEN1c           Table  of  contents       Period  1                   -­‐ Checklist...
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  • The Effect of Exports on Gdp Growth in Pakistan
    The effect of Exports on GDP Growth in Pakistan Abstract: This paper is examines the causal relationships between gross domestic product (GDP) and exports in Pakistan by using time series data for the period between 1980 and 2000. Time series evidence shows that increase in exports has a si...
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  • Intro to Music Notes
    Casual Listener Referential Listener Critical Listener Perceptive Listener Casual listeners are probably the most common type of listeners. So, what is a casual listener? This type of listener likes having music playing, filling the environment with sounds. Whether present as a backg...
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  • Music History and Influence
    Music History and Influence Some argue that today's music has to much of a bad influence on the younger generation. Others say that music today has more meaning than ever before. No matter what side you choose one thing is for sure, everyone has a favorite song or music style . Over the years m...
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  • Components of Culture
    There are five components of human culture; symbols, language, values and beliefs, norms, and material culture and technology. Symbols are anything that carries a particular meaning recognized by people who share a culture. Language is a system of symbols that allows people to communicate with each...
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  • Music by African-American Women
    Composers Kaleidoscope: Music by African-American Women Irene Britton Smith (1907-1999), a Chicago native, earned a bachelor's degree in composition from the American Conservatory, where she was a student of Leo Sowerby and Stella Roberts, and a master's degree from DePaul University, where she s...
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  • Music History Oxford Ch 24
    MUHI 3302-001 Chapter 24 – Summary The late 18th century saw cultural change socially, economically, and musically: socially through the American and French revolutions, and the Napoleonic Wars; economically during the Industrial Revolution and the growth of the middle class; and musically led...
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  • Just in Time Inventory
    Find a journal article online about just-in-time inventory systems. In the subject line of your post, include the title of the article that you read. Post a link to that article with your initial post, and provide a summary and a reaction to the article. The summary should be approximately 250 words...
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  • Final Exam Culture and Society
    Top of Form |1. (TCO 1) The awareness of the relationship between an individual and the wider society is referred to as: (Points : 5) | |[pic]the sociological imagination.X | |[pic]social structure....
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  • Music History 325
    I. Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) A. Bio basics 1. Born in Eisenach (Luther’s hometown), he is the last of 8 kids. 2. Father probably taught him basics of violin, probably sang in the church choir at the “Latin school.” Mother dies when he is 9,...
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  • Germs: Their Origin and Effects on Culture
    From many years ago (At around 10,000) humans, for them to increase their population and to expand themselves produced their own food, they first began with agriculture. Agriculture was important in history, as well as when they learned cattle farming, which provided more than just meat; animals wer...
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  • Changing Patterns in Social Stratfication in the Caribbean
    Cape Sociology Unit 1 Sharisse Crick/2012 Changing Patterns in Caribbean Stratification The patterns of stratification which existed and continues to exist in the Caribbean can be traced to the history of the region. Groups who are similar with respect to ethnicity, race, education and sta...
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  • Music Study Notes
    Basic Music Terms- Which composer is buried next to Beethoven? • Franz Schubert Nationalist composers: • Modest Mussorgsky Antonín Dvorák • Jean Sibelius • Ralph Vaughan Williams • Manuel de Falla • Charles Ives Nicknames of c...
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  • Music App. Test 3 Review
    1.) Instrumental music became as important as vocal music for the first time in what period? a. Late Baroque 2.) A polyphonic composition based on one main theme, the cornerstone of baroque music is b. The Fugue 3.) The large group of players in the Concerto Grosso is known a...
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  • How to Write a Music Production Report
    Aim State the main aim of the project. You might go on to briefly describe the style, instrumentation and a little bit of background information about the song and the artist. Objectives Break down the aim into broad project stages: e.g. research, programming, recording, mixing and master...
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  • Raymond Williams - Culture Is Ordinary
    Close Reading Assignment ‘Culture is Ordinary’ by Raymond Williams commences with a short, yet descriptive account of Williams’ individual cultural chapters and histories in which he experienced whilst living in Wales as a young boy. Through these anecdotes Williams’ directly establishes...
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  • Music Exam
    EXAM 3 The favorite instruments of the nineteenth century the piano and the _____________. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. snare drum 100% B. Swinet C. violin 100% D. fiddle Score: 0.4/0.2 2. One of the most famous examples of...
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  • Music Study Guide
    Elements Music is an art based on the organization of sounds in time. Also the universal language of man or something who knows Pitch is the relative highness or lowness that we hear in a sound Tone is a sound that has a definite pitch Interval is the distance in a pitch between any two tones T...
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