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    Music Genre

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    Music: The Beat to our Mind‚ Body and Soul Music is a powerful tool that has been scientifically proven to be useful and harmful in many different ways. The interconnection between music and the physical and mental health of human beings has been researched for centuries. Many people use music as a tool for brainstorming and motivation. Some look at music as a hobby; for some music is their passion‚ while others pursue music as their career. It is essential to choose your music wisely because

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    Music Genre

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    Affects of Music We take sounds and create the music we hear every day. Our development on music is effected by people around us. We take the context of songs and relate it back to our own lives. People dislike certain types of music because they can’t relate or enjoy the sound. Although music affects us all differently‚ all melodies have a similar meaning. Everyone’s choice of music is greatly affected by influences. The genre we get into is all caused for the same reasons; family‚ friends

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    Individual Research Project FIRST-HAND INVESTIGATION BIOLOGY The Effect of Different Music Genres on the Human Mind: * Concentration * Spatial Reasoning * Short-Term Memory * Reaction Time Timothy Yee Joy TABLE OF CONTENTS Why I chose this topic ............................................................................3 Summary of Prior Research......................................................................4 Appendix of Research and Assessment of Reliability ........

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    Chillwave: Is It a Genre?

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    Chillwave: Is it a genre? Throughout the history of music‚ there have been many trends in music that have influenced future generations. The way listeners respond to these trends allow them to categorize specific sounds with genres of music. One huge musical trend today‚ chillwave‚ is a genre of music that has received mixed emotions of its name by its artists and fans. In this paper‚ I will be presenting an intro into chillwave music as a genre and how it is different from other genres. I also will

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    MUSIC GENRES

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    LESSON 7: PUNK‚ DISCO‚ GLAM ROCK‚ REGGAE‚ CUMBIA AND HARD ROCK Reggae A Jamaican music genre which originated from the ska and rocksteady. The word reggae means rags‚ ragged. This also mean ragged dance music. The music style of reggae has an offbeat rhythm‚ syncopated‚ and staccato chords. Reggae music use also stringed instruments like guitar‚ bass guitar and piano. For the percussion‚ reggae use snare drums and tom0tom drums. Horns are also used like the saxophone‚ trumpet and trombone. Some

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    Song Genre Classification

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    Music Genre Classification with the Million Song Dataset 15-826 Final Report Dawen Liang‚† Haijie Gu‚‡ and Brendan O’Connor‡ † School of Music‚ ‡ Machine Learning Department Carnegie Mellon University December 3‚ 2011 1 Introduction The field of Music Information Retrieval (MIR) draws from musicology‚ signal processing‚ and artificial intelligence. A long line of work addresses problems including: music understanding (extract the musically-meaningful information from audio waveforms)

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    Genre Conversation

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    English 131 W 2010. Jan. 28 Genre Conversation Although genre is commonly regarded as a tool for conventional assortment‚ it is necessary to recognize that a genre is not defined by its formal features‚ but by its situational factors. The contextual identification of a genre is highlighted by Carolyn Miller‚ who describes genres as the “typified rhetorical ways of acting in recurring situations” (qtd. in Bawarshi 7). The word “situation” is crucial in her definition because writing results

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    Genre

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    Genre  Genre is a term that is used to classify or describe a type or form of literature. While this sounds like a simple concept‚ it in actuality is a very complicated classing system. The reason for the complication is that literature does not always follow the typical characteristics set up by that type of genre. For example‚ one of the characteristics in the genre of tragedy is that there is a tragic hero‚ who is in a position of power. In the classical tragedy this is true‚ as can be seen

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    Western Music Genres

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    Contemporary Western Music Genres Blues Blues is the name given to both a musical form and a music genre that originated in African-American communities of primarily the "Deep South" of the United States around the end of the 19th century from spirituals‚ work songs‚ field hollers‚ shouts and chants‚ and rhymed simple narrative ballads. The blues form‚ ubiquitous in jazz‚ rhythm and blues‚ and rock and roll is characterized by specific chord progressions‚ of which the twelve-bar blues chord progression

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    Genre Analysis

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    Prevention of Prescription Drug Abuse: Genre Analysis of Flyer and a Picture Whenever we get sick‚ we see a doctor. We go to see a doctor to get a prescription to a drug which will make us better. We take the drug until we are better and once we are we store the drug in a cabinet for later. Many of us do not know that by keeping the unused drugs we are putting people around us in danger; especially children and teens. Children and teens are more curious to try the drugs and see the different

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