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    sea‚ devoid of any boundaries.  Every single musical instrument‚ right from the African djembe to the Indonesian gamelan angklung‚ and the Arabic shababa to the Indian sitar‚ is a testament to the fact that music is a universal language having multiple dialects. The tongue twisters that some of these musical instrument names are‚ it took me a while just to get their names right! Anyway‚ the sheer magnitude of the different musical instruments that I was exposed to‚ from all over the world was

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    Playing Musical Instruments The Chinese philosopher Confucius said long ago that “Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without.” Being able to play any musical instrument is extremely satisfying. This includes everyone from the person who has mastered her instrument right down to the beginner who knows only a few chords. I personally believe that if there’s one thing you should learn in your lifetime‚ it’s how to play an instrument. Learning to play a musical instrument

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    lines all end with a word that rhymes with “pan” and the fourth and fifth lines of each stanza rhyme with each other (independently from stanza to stanza). The consistent patterns and repetition throughout “A Musical Instrument” make it feel like just as the title states: a musical instrument. This piece utilizes a few more poetic devices as well. The line “The limpid water turbidly ran‚” (ln 9) is an oxymoron. Limpid means clear and turbid means muddy. Browning uses this to again emphasize the

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    MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CLASSIFICATION All musical instruments can be divided into four major classes: aerophones‚ chordophones‚ electrophones and percussion. The biggest and the most versatile class is aerophones which can be further subdivided into free aerophones and pipe aerophones. On the next level free aerophones fall into those with free reed and with beating reed. Beating reed aerophones are represented by single reed (organ pipes) and double reed (human voice) instruments. Free reed instruments

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    Chad Satchell Fine Art Music Ryan Lewis June 19‚ 2016 Musical Instrument: Violin The 9th century can be placed as the beginning of what is known as the violin. “Although violin-playing is best known in European countries‚ especially considering the origins of world famous violinists like Fritz Kreisler‚ Jascha Heifetz‚ and Niccolo Paganini‚ violins are believed to have originated in Asia” reports Farisha Salman in an article for the University of Southern California. “The current form of the violin

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    The Science of Musical Instruments - Grade 10 teaching and learning project Music is an artform‚ but there's a lot of science in there too. Whether your instrument is your voice‚ a flute‚ a marimba‚ a recorder‚ a violin or a piano‚ sound is a form of energy and to make sound requires a change from one form of energy - usually kinetic (motion energy) - into sound energy. So whatever your instrument there's a scientific explanation to how it works. The art of music is how well you put that

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    MUSICAL INSTRUMENT IN MINDORO MAR JOSHUA C. RAFAEL VII-KNOWLEDGE MRS.LOURDES SIOBAL * Strings * The kudlung is a form of zither. It is a stringed instrument having the body of a single piece of bamboo. The strings are composed of strips raised from its outer skin and bridged in place to produce various pitches. The kudlong is a two-stringed lute shaped like a boat. It has wooden tightening rods and frets made of beeswax. One string is often

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    their parents and ask‚ “Mom‚ Dad‚ can I learn to play an instrument?” Whether or not it is the guitar‚ drums‚ piano‚ or flute a child could possibly have the thought of wanting to learn how to play an instrument. When Mom and Dad end up saying no to their child they should stop and realize that when a child knows how to play a musical instrument it can help them out in many more ways than they know (iDiva). Having a young kid learn an instrument can help develop better coordination‚ build better concentration

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    Why a Musical Instrument is an Important Hobby Audience: Students just starting secondary school. I don’t know how many of you play an instrument‚ but I personally have been playing the drums for just about two years now. Although I don’t play in a band or even have a strict practising routine I find them to be a key part of my life now‚ something that I would find very difficult to live without. As you are starting secondary school‚ this is an ideal time to start playing an instrument. Not necessarily

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    Huzair Kalia Speech 1100 Persuasive Speech Why you should play an Instrument General Purpose: To inform my audience why they should play a musical instrument and persuade them. Introduction: I. Attention Getter: We live in a world that hardly knows anything about rest or leisure. We are so occupied by our daily routine and juggling between different responsibilities that we rarely have time for ourselves. It is important to have something in your life that you love to do and that relaxes you. II

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