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    Answer each question thoroughly and completely.  Each question is worth up to 5 points‚ and the complete assignment is worth up to 30 points. 1.  The first task will be to introduce yourself and let me know what your background is in music and online learning.  Give your name‚ if you play (or have played) an instrument or sing‚ and if you’ve ever taken an online class. Answer: My name is Huy Huynh and this is the third year of me in Golden West College. I have not had a chance to take choir

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    capturing the essence of the son or daughter that has returned. The voices of women have always held the power of our collective history‚ and are a tangible link to our divine origins‚ where we are not one‚ but Everyone‚ where we are indistinguishable from Gods. As I have recently begun to trace the lineage and history of my own biological family‚ I too have become the keeper of history and can hear the timbre of my own voice in " Without and Within" and "Meditations on Yellow". As we look back

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    The Voice

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    You may adore it‚ you may despise it well guess what I love: The Voice. Well if you have not heard of it; let me give you some insight into it. It`s a British television talent show based on ‘The Voice Of Holland’ created by the Dutch television producer John De Mol. It began its 11 week run in March 2012. There are four stimulating and appealing judges to judge the voices of the contestants; more over the judges are Danny O’Donoghue who is absolutely good-looking; there’s Jessie J who sings absolutely

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    Distinctive voices have a particular influence in languages which is employed by the composer to create voices for particular purposes. Distinctive voices can be referred to as language of the characters‚ expressing their ideas different to others. The language is set as a distinctive way which conveys the qualities and moral values of the speaker. They display the ways language is used to create voices in texts‚ and how this affects interpretation and shapes the meaning. The composer has simulated

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    Matthew Susdorf COM-317 3/2/12 The Human Voice The human voice is an extremely dominant tool of communication whether or not it includes language. Around the world there are so many different types of accents of the human voice that make us unique to our roots and culture. In the short informational film‚ The Human Voice‚ vocals are analyzed in many aspects. The aspects I found most interesting was that about accents. This paper seeks to examine and answer a few questions about the short film

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    Voice Within

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    Selena Vargas Engl 099 Judy Hansen W2D2 Voice Within As I closed my eyes and parted my lips‚ the voice deep within came out and filled the auditorium. The tune brought water to people’s eyes while others were left not knowing what to think. I listened to the voice‚ made sure that it was in tune and wondered what surprises it would bring. I believe that singing isn’t just words sung with notes; it’s a way of expressing emotions from deep within. My passion for singing comes from my heart

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    Distinctive voices

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    Composers use distinctive voices within their text’s to enable us to think about significant issues within the world. Marele Day in her novel " the life and crimes of Harry Lavender" uses the literary form of a detective fiction genre to challenge our perceptions of the roles of men and women in society and presents us with characters who use distinct voices in different situations revealing much about themselves and their relationships with others. Whereas Andrew Patterson challenges city life to

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    My Voice Matters

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    sort of sound from our thoughts‚ excreting noise from the depths of our being‚ that’s our true signature. Since I have such a powerful tool available to myself‚ I don’t understand why I never fully use it to the advantage. I believe‚ that since my voices matter‚ I should make more of an effort to talk to my peers face to face. In my day and age‚ my generation is known for its dependence to our distraction. I seem to have lost the ability to talk to my peers. Everybody is more confident

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    As an actor‚ your body and your voice are your tools. An actor needs to control both their body and voice in just the right way in order to make their performance believable. Although it is sometimes thought that voice and movement are very different things and therefore should be kept separate‚ in truth they are very much connected and both need to come together for a great performance. A lot can be said about movement in acting. ‘One must stand up straight.’‚ “One must make all movements large

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    Distinctive voices are expressed through individuals and make vibrant by understanding their situations. Individuals in this contextual understanding represents the minority and through distinctive voices it allows the responders to develop an understanding of their struggles. This is shown‚ in Ray Lawler’s 1950s play Summer of the Seventeenth Doll and Omar Musa’s spoken poetry Capital Letters‚ where they express the notion of change and ageing. With consideration to both composers context‚ Lawler’s

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    Voice In Uncle Tom's Cabin

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    Voice. We all have one‚ but it is what we can do with ours is what matters. Our voice has the power to change minds and influence decisions. In Uncle Tom’s Cabin‚ Harriet Beecher Stowe used her voice to attack slavery‚ altering the minds of the American people. In 2016‚ Beyoncé used her voice to energize the Black Power Movement. Subsequently in 2017‚ poet Laura Kasischke suggests the power of a voice in society to empower people. These three powerful women use their voice to illustrate different

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    Question: Interesting views on society are conveyed through distinctive voices. Question: Interesting views on society are conveyed through distinctive voices. People in society can have interesting views on issues around the world‚ these views on society are best conveyed through distinctive voices as it evokes feelings from the listener and allows them to relate to the situation through their own personal experiences. People in society can have interesting views on issues around the world‚ these

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    adenoidal adjective if someone’s voice is adenoidal‚ some of the sound seems to come through their nose appealing adjective an appealing look‚ voice etc shows that you want help‚ approval‚ or agreement breathy adjective with loud breathing noises brittle adjective if you speak in a brittle voice‚ you sound as if you are about to cry croaky adjective if someone’s voice sounds croaky‚ they speak in a low rough voice that sounds as if they have a sore throat dead adjective if someone’s

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    "m" sound gently up and down your voice range to start the vocal warm-up. Next‚ sing a series of round open vowels such as "Mmmeee-Mmmay-Mmmah-Mmmoe-Mmmoo" on one note and then repeating moving up and down the scale. Remember to check your breathing - relax your tummy muscles outwards as you take a breath in. These exercises will insure properly warmed-up voices. you will be amazed how these simple exercises will make voices sound alive and free. Exercise your voice daily. Breathing exercise and practicing

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    My Voice Is Important My voice is important because my voice is an instrument. People claim that the voice is an instrument quite often‚ mainly singers who produce notes and tones like that of pianos‚ flutes‚ guitars‚ and many more. However‚ like a musical instrument‚ my voice is used to express emotion. My voice is an instrument of praise‚ change‚ joy‚ dreams‚ fears‚ rage‚ and passion. A quote by Maya Angelou states‚ “Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to

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    Among the TV programs I have watched‚ I like The Voice US best‚ which is an American reality singing competition broadcast on NBC. The Voice was first on air in 2011‚ as a spring TV program‚ but the first time I watched this show was on April‚ 2012 thanks to my friend’s recommendation. Well‚ there are 4 main reason explaining why I like watching The Voice. Firstly‚ The voice is a singing competition that unlike any others‚ because it puts the vocal ability first. It is easy to see that 4 coaches

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    Passive Voice

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    ENGLISH GRAMMAR The Passive Voice THE PASSIVE VOICE INTRODUCTION The passive of an active tense is formed by putting the verb to be into the same tense as the active verb and adding the past participle of the active verb. The subject of the active verb becomes the ‘agent’ of the passive verb. The agent is very often not mentioned. When it is mentioned it is preceded by by and placed at the end of the clause. Active: My grandfather planted this tree. Passive: This tree was planted by my

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    Using Passive and Active Voice: Architectural and Engineering Marvels 6.0 Introduction to Voice So far in this grammar‚ verbs have been classified by their form‚ tense‚ aspect‚ and modality. Another essential concept in the English verb system is voice. Grammatical voice refers to either passive or active voice. Consider the sentence The French government commissioned sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi to design the Statue of Liberty. The sentence is considered an active voice sentence because the

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    PASSIVE VOICE 1. “There is a considerable range of expertise demonstrated by the spam senders.” The actors in this little drama are the spam spenders — or‚ to be more active‚ the spam senders are the actors in this little drama. Direct them center stage‚ and send the weak “there is” opening packing to the provinces: “The spam senders demonstrate a considerable range of expertise.” 2. “It was determined by the committee that the report was inconclusive.” Again‚ the subject is weak and indeterminate

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    active and pasive voice

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    Active and Passive Voice Definition: A sentence construction showing simply a subject and what happens to it is called “the passive voice.” It consists of a form of the verb be (be‚ am‚ are‚ is‚ was‚ were‚ will be‚ has been‚ have been‚ etc.) and a participle (often a word ending in “ed”)—The employee was fired‚ the war will be ended‚ the papers are corrected‚ etc. Good writers prefer active voice because it is often more interesting (and informative) to read. Active voice examples: The company

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