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  • Singing and Software - 397 Words
       Yamaha was established in 1887 as a piano and reed organ manufacturer by Torakusu Yamaha as Japanese Company. The company's origin as a musical instrument manufacturer is still reflected today in the group's logo—a trio of interlocking tuning forks. (Wiki)        Yamaha has grown to become the world's largest manufacturer of musical instruments, as well as a leading manufacturer of semiconductors, audio/visual, computer related products, sporting goods, home appliances, specialty metals...
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  • Children and Singing - 725 Words
    Children enjoy singing. It allows them to relax and belt out a tune however they want. Children can become real imaginative and creative using different beats, words and pitches to make their own music. Whether it is singing in a high voice, fast, a low voice, or talking, they make it their own unique music. Everyone can sing, it depends on if one wants to believe they can or not. Show confidence when singing, learn the varying pitches that are used, and choose the appropriate song for one's...
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  • Singing Master - 1273 Words
    THE SINGING MASTER An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of Computer Studies Department Cavite State University – Imus Campus Imus, Cavite In partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Arjay Joseph S. Urrete Maharlika M. Pamulaya CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION THE SINGING MASTER Communication is a core element to society’s foundation. It defined as the interchange of thoughts, feelings and emotions. It enhances and supports...
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  • Karaoke Singing - 602 Words
    CASE 1: KARAOKE - Teaching the world to sing 1.1 What needs and wants are fulfilled by karaoke singing? In my view, I would say there are 2 types of needs one’s can achieve from karaoke singing, first of all, it would be the social needs to network with people (eg. socializing/mingle around with people would portrait a sense of belonging). Secondly, to some people it would be something more towards individual needs where they can express themselves/show affection to people. For wants, it...
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  • Singing in the Rain - 333 Words
    Singing in The Rain Brianna Walsh The Use of Singing and Dance in Singin’ In the Rain Singin’ In the Rain is a fantastic movie that shows the transition between silent films and “talkies.” This film, however, would have no impact what so ever if it were not a musical. The dancing in the movie gave it something different making the movie a classic, while the singing gave the premise of the movie. Lina Lamont would be the first problem with a normal film. If the movie did not have singing,...
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  • Comparison of Singing Competition - 466 Words
    Singing competition is a comprehensive entertainment.To compare the difference and significance of the singing competition in China,Japan and Korean,I have chosen three programme those represented by their countries, which are ”the Voice of China”(1)in China, ”Nodojiman”(2)in Japan and ”K-pop star”(3)in Korea. The first difference is the rules of competition.In the-Voice-of-China, talents are selected in blind audition(4).It shows the essence of music without any live performance, but also...
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  • Singing and Singer Selection. Tim
    Tim: Julia, I find you sang this song very beautiful just now. If you go along the road of music, I believe you will be a singer in future. Julia: you know what, actually to be a famous pop singer has been always a secret dream for me since I was only a little girl. However, when i grew up, I am slowly afraid of trying to realize it and starting to get the first step. tim:.I believe that everyone in the world has his or her own dreams. You can pursuit your dream to became a music star. I...
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  • My Passion in Singing - 525 Words
    My Life Without music, my life would be a mistake because I exist in a world filled with songbirds. I live in a world filled with colorful hopes and dreams. I dream to climb the ladder of fame but I realize that living simply is my happiness while doing my very best to achieve my dreams no matter how high or low they are. I have many affiliations since elementary and most of these are into singing because it is one way of expressing myself. When I was a child, I already use my talent in...
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  • Singing Is My Life
    Sharon P. Lam 18 September 2013 Period 2 Singing is my life Singing is who I am. It defines me as a human being; an individual. When I was young living with poverty, all I had was God, my family, and the sensational feeling of singing. While we were going through ups and downs my family always encouraged me to sing to god for help. So every day before I go to sleep I would sing the same song my grandma taught me as a prayer to God for blessing my family and I for getting us to...
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  • Singing with Corrrect Posture
    Singing with corrrect posture MAny people love to sing. They sing along with the radio in the cars or in their room. One may even be in a choir and still not being singing with the correct posture. singing with courrect posture consist of various techniques that can improve singing dramatically. Whether singing in the car or performing in front of hundreds. In this paper there will be steps on how to sing with correct posture. Step one, be standing up. This allows the body to be in...
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  • Singing in the Rain Analysis - 759 Words
    Singin’ In The Rain The author wrote this play for entertainment purposes, and also to depict Hollywood's transition from silent films to "talkies". Though there doesn’t really seem to be any important messages or meanings to the play, I felt that the main message behind the play is that things are not always what they seem to be, and this was displayed multiple times throughout the play. Don Lockwood and Lena Lamont were thought to be together because of propaganda. Lockwood and his...
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  • My Passion for Singing - 771 Words
    As I lift my head up and open my mouth, my voice escalates with every tune that comes out. The soothing words bounce off of my tongue and release the tension held within. Even if the sounds aren't perfect or correct, every little bit helps me get through the day. When stressed, nothing helps me more than singing. My passion for singing comes from deep within my soul, mind and heart. When I sing, I sing with all of me, putting everything I can into it. I have always had a great passion for...
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  • The Proper Technique for Singing and Vocal Exercise
    The Proper Technique for Singing and Vocal Exercise General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience that vocals are important and involve in our daily life. Central Idea: Knowing the basics of vocal technique, vocal health, vocal exercises, and tips to improve on vocal quality. Introduction I. Vocals are one of the most important parts when singing and even speaking, but other parts of the body are also to be engaged. They are defined as pertaining to the voice, but...
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  • Slip of the Tongue in Singing English Songs by Adult as Second Singer : a Psycholinguistic Analysis
    INTRODUCTION Since slip of the tongue is the naturals condition that everyone find during his communication experience, people finally give many definition toward this phenomenon. In Cambridge Advaced Learner’s Dictionary slip of the tongue define as a condition when someone says something that they did not intend to say which is means the slip of the tongue is not intentional and it can not represent the true feelings of a person. On the other hand the opposite definition coming out from...
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  • Choir More Than a Fun Activity- Speech
    English IV 28 January 2014 Choir: More than a fun activity. Its first period and I’m not quite awake yet. It’s too early for conversation and too early to think. As my classroom fills up all the girls greet me because we all know each other in this class. We've become like a little family of crazy giggling girls, and I’m like the Soprano I section leader here in the Women’s Honor Choir as well as the only senior. The bell rings and we get to singing, and something...
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  • Voice: Warm Up Exercises to Improve Range
    Warming Up to Improve Your Range Vocal warm up exercises follow the same principles as warm up exercises for any other physical activity that will require the intensive use of your muscles. All athletes know that an effective warm up is essential for optimal athletic performance. Many people love to sing but have a hard time hitting notes that may be out of their range and very singer has a range that is the most natural for them to sing in. With practice and vocal exercises, it is possible...
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  • Freshmen Day - 323 Words
     How would you describe your experience in freshmen day? Last day we the first year students have a special day which is the freshmen day, and for me it was fun and exciting. It is composed of nstp students in Monday class to Saturday and I belong to the Thursday group. I say that the day which is the freshmen day is fun because of the happenings that we encounter, like the beat boxers or the one who uses their voices to create mixed sounds and it was so fun to hear. The excitements are not...
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  • MY FAVOURITE SINGER - 291 Words
    MY FAVOURITE SINGER – JOEL JOE VARGHESE Don Bosco held its much awaited event-Voice of DBA-Solo Singing Competition for classes 3 to 12. The competition was divided in parts that is, for classes 3 to 5, for 6- 8, for 9 and 10 and for 11 and 12. But fortunately the event for classes 9 and 10 and 11 and 12 was held together. I felt excited as now I could listen to my favourite singer - Joel K Varghese. Many singers came and sung melodiously but when the Joel’s name was announced, the...
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  • Singin' in the Rain Analysis
    Singin’ In the Rain Music Analysis Singin’ In The Rain (Kelly/Donan, 1952) is known to be one of best musicals ever made and one of the funniest movies of its time. This statistic can be attributed to the musical numbers that it incorporates. Singin’ in the Rain uses popular music of its time that people may already be familiar with. It works to seamlessly integrate them into a musical about the transition of film from silent to talkies. Additionally, the film is able to utilize them...
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  • Poety - 595 Words
    Similarities of Music and Poetry The song "I Swear this Time I Mean it" is by a band called Mayday Parade. The song is on their Anywhere but Here album that was released in 2009. This speicfic song has a lot of similarities including poetic devices, denotation and connotaion and also musical presentaion. Poetic devices are very common in music including the song "I Swear this Time I Mean it". The first poetic device noticed in this song is rhyme. Rhyming is when two words...
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  • An Evening of Music - 538 Words
    An evening of music On November 27, 2012 a live performance has occurred in school at 8:00 pm, lots of brave talented students and major associates have the courage to perform live in from of the audience and show their magnificent talent of playing their instruments and singing. They were only a total of nine performers in stage: the first performer name Siray Rodgers and he sang an old classical musical in the early ‘90’s called “Can’t take My Eyes Off of You” by Bob Crewe and Bob Gaudio....
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  • Music; the Melody of My Life
    Jamie Klatke Mrs. Bovee English 10 11 October 2010 Music: the Melody of Life <3 “A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.” – Maya Angelo. Singing honestly makes me forget everything that I think about daily, especially when I’m truly singing I feel the happiest that I believe I ever could. I believe that even if you think you can’t sing well, you should sing anyways because it’s the one thing in the world that everyone agrees on. Not the language,...
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  • How Shows Like Glee & American Idol Affect High School Choral Programs
    Shannon Elam June 1st, 2011 7th Period Have you ever watched “Glee”, “American Idol”, or “The Voice”? If you have, how do you think these shows affect high school choral programs in the U.S.? In my opinion, they do have some affect. High school choral programs have improved tremendously thanks to these shows. I also believe that these shows have made more students interested in being a part of the choir or even theatre. Let’s get more into what the shows are about....
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  • My favorite Singer - 343 Words
    Never Stop Trying My favorite Korea pop singer is Ailee because she is a talented person and she is my role model. Whenever I'm feeling down, her music makes me happy and relaxed. I accidentally heard her song few months ago in a coffee shop and I love her singing right away. She has an amazing voice. Her voice sounds like an angel sings. She also has been studying how to rap on her own. She is not just can sing well but she is also a pretty good dancer. She started her singing career by...
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  • A Good Lesson - 298 Words
    Once a rich Englishwoman called Mrs Johnson decided to have a birthday party. She invited a lot of guests and a singer. The singer was poor, but he had a very good voice. The singer got to Mrs Johnson's house at exactly six o'clock as he had been asked to do, but when he went in, he saw through a door that the dining-room was already full of guests, who were sitting round a big table in the middle of the room. The guests were eating, joking, laughing, and talking loudly. Mrs Johnson came out to...
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  • Maria Callas - 633 Words
    How does the newspaper review help us to understand the singing qualities of an operatic diva such as Callas? Maria Callas was probably the most famous opera star of the mid-twentieth century and from reading the review I get the impression that the writer was a fan of Maria Callas. The writing is very complimentary not only to her vocal abilities but also to her stage presence. But the writer also picks up very quickly on the weaknesses of her voice as it has a “tendency to wobble slightly...
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  • How to Deliver a Speech - 254 Words
    Step 2: Write Your Speech • When writing your speech, remember that you're writing for an audience who will be listening, not reading. Structure your language accordingly. Read your work aloud while writing, making notes to yourself of things you want to remember while speaking, such as places to pause, add vocal emphasis, or raise your voice. Step 3: Practice • Practice delivering your speech in front of a mirror. Deliver it to friends and family for feedback. Try to have it...
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  • Music 118 B - 419 Words
    Jemma Villamayor Dr. Steve Roach Music118B/Section1 December 10, 2013 Concert Attendance Report #3 On Friday, December 6th, I attended the Sac State Vocal Jazz Ensembles. The show began with special guests Christian Brothers Vocal Jazz. This young group of singers were extremely talented for their age. They held their harmonies and expressed their talents in each piece they performed. It was quite impressive and heartwarming because these students looked so into the music that it...
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  • My Dream - 726 Words
    I've always wanted to become a singer since I was 9 years old I love singing I love music but I can't sing at ALL!! It I really sucks because I record myself singing and when I hear it I sound like I'm dying in pain, I always end up crying because I feel like I'm useless I can never have a voice like Ariana Grande or Adele because you have to be born talented you can't just learn how to sing . I don't give up easly so I don't want to throw away my dreams. Should I forget about becoming a singer?...
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  • Analysis: Neil Young - 1564 Words
    Neil Young; After the Gold Rush 1970 Album Review Music 2700 Jill Davies 250414488 Neil Young’s third album; After the Gold Rush is a mellow approach to rock and roll during the early 70’s. The album also demonstrates Young’s Folk roots with a slight country feel. Young plays pop and folk dimensions that are heard throughout the album but with caution and conservatism. Neil becomes a mainstream artist however his sound falls outside the sounds heard in commercial mainstream rock and folk...
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  • Cambodian Sterotype - 508 Words
    I read an article that actually says that speaking in front of a crowd is considered the number one fear of the average person. I found that amazing – number two was death! That means to the average person if you have to be at a funeral, you would rather be in the casket than doing the eulogy.” The fear of public speaking is the most common fear and prevents many people from achieving their potential. Imagine if you were comfortable speaking in public and took every opportunity in this class to...
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  • The Weary Blues - 993 Words
    Lindsey Blasé-Brown The Music of Sadness “The Weary Blues,” by Langston Hughes, tells a story of an unnamed narrator recalling an evening of listening to a man sing the blues one night in Harlem. Hughes uses a somber tone, depressed voice, syntax and imagery as language styles to convey a great deal of suffering that was occurring in Harlem during the mid-1900’s. In “The Weary Blues” Hughes uses imagery to communicate to the reader what the narrator is experiencing while listening to blues....
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  • The Accidental Artist - 2240 Words
    The Accidental Artist "--- you don't reach Serendib by plotting a course for it. You have to set out in good faith for elsewhere and lose your bearings ... serendipitously." -- John Barth, The Last Voyage of Somebody the Sailor by Angelo T. Salazar Elmo Makil's career in music apparently happened by accident. "I did not decide to get into music. It was decided for me!" he reflects. He recalls attending a summer music seminar in Baguio City. After two days, he walked into the...
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  • Essay 1 - 492 Words
    A Night to Remember As we all waited in line to go into the Luke Bryan concert there was a thrill of excitement in the air. I was standing there with my mother, aunt and friend. It was my mother’s birthday gift I had surprised her with. We walked through the gates, people running to get to their seats. You could smell the fries and burgers the stands had made to sell, guys walking around selling water yet people were too anxious to eat at this point. We went up to the lawn so excited for Luke...
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  • Drama - 15247 Words
    Sami Riley Unit 1: Developing skills for a performance. Contents page: Title | Page number | Key skills and experience | 4 | Introduction | 5 | Singing lessons and vocal warm-ups | 6 | Posture | 7 | My 4 chosen skills to improve | 7 | Health and safety | 9 | Unit 1 week 1 | 9 | Research Pocahontas | 10 | Research Mulan | 11 | Research Les Miserables | 13 | Evaluation of week 1 | 14 | Targets for next week | 15 | Unit 1 week 2 | 15 | Evaluation of...
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  • Music - 2819 Words
    English Reflection Paper Lorenzo Mendoza 3/5/13 R12 The Road to the Present All of us have that one thing that seems to take an extremely large part of our lives. Some of us resort to playing video games, sports or writing. If we’re lucky then eventually we get to work with experts and get their input to improve what we do. If we’re really lucky then we may get to indulge in our passion without direct monetary cost. If ever we are lucky enough to be able to do what...
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  • My Resolution - 230 Words
    My Resolution I have decided to put my God first, to study more hard and work equally hard as well. I want to eat healthy and be a good girl. I have decided to tidy my room more often. I intend to chat less in class. I decided to make decisions that really bring happiness. A problem I have, that I want to solve is: Bringing back my homework from home. Resolutions for : AJ A problem I have, that I want to solve is: Doing my homework. I can solve this problem by: Coming to school,...
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  • Music's Healing Powers - 531 Words
    Medicine for Oliver Sacks is a family tradition. There are many different emotions and experiences that come with music for different people, but in this essay music is medicine to help people heal quicker. Whether its excitement, calming, comforted, mystified or even haunted people draw attention to music and don’t realize the capabilities it has on healing the body. Current data suggest that’s voice training can be applied as a short-term stress management technique, as it promotes a...
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  • Superstitious Stevie Wonder Josh Beck
    In my opinion, the three most important musical differences between the two versions of “superstition” that I noticed was the dynamics, singing voice and singing style, and tempo. Right from the beginning of both songs, you are able to notice distinct sound differences between the two songs. For example, Stevie Wonder’s version starts with drums and a synth drum bass and then Stevie adds the electric guitar. On the other hand, Jeff Beck’s version immediately begins with the guitar, and...
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  • The Voice - 590 Words
    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...
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  • My Favourite Artist - 335 Words
    One of the things that we enjoy doing in life is listening to music. I couldn’t imagine life without music because we listen to music almost at any moment of the day and we can find music everywhere, even now, u can find music in the beating of your heart. Music gives us pleasure and makes us forget about our daily problems and tries to relax us for a couple of minutes. i would like to introduce to u guys one of my favourite artist and he was JJ Lin. JJ was born in Singapore and he is...
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  • music in life - 520 Words
    It wasn’t until I came to St. Johns that there have been times when through music I have felt a “presence” when hearts have met hearts. HOW MUSIC CAN TOU C H THE HEART Talk presented by Pauline Greig ood afternoon...and thank you Sabina and Sharon for inviting me to share with you my theme...Heart to heart with music. As we are an MSC Parish we are asked “To be on earth the Heart of God”. So I thought I would share with you a story of “His Heart” coming to me through...
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  • The Greedy Lumpy Old Man
    The Lumpy Old Man Figure.1 Written : Yoon-hee Hong Region : Korea Traditional Story (Unknown-Author) Summary A Lumpy Old Man, having a kind and gentle heart as well as a wonderful voice, went to the mountain to gather wood with his back rack. Soon it became dark, so he found an old house nearby and entered the house. While he sang a song in the empty house, he met goblins. The Lumpy Old Man said to the goblins that the singing came from his lump. Then, he changed his lump...
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  • Voice Within - 746 Words
    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...
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  • Content Analysis: Does Auto-Tune Work?
    Tabish Habib Media Theory & Criticism Goodwin 9-12-2010 Content Analysis: Does Auto tune work? A lot of people seem to think it’s ridiculous to compare the timeless compositions of the Beatles and Frank Sinatra to the chart topping hits of today. Judging by today’s standards, the statement itself makes a lot of sense cause in truth, a lot of today’s pop artists can’t even sing. In the past, musicians were praised for their musicianship and ability to perform live. Today’s fans...
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  • Auto-Tube Is Ruining the Music Industry
    Practice makes perfect, not pitch perfect. As I turned my key to start the ignition of my car, the radio started to play ‘I kissed a Girl’, and at that moment, I was struck with a memory. You know when you’re in one of those moods to watch random videos on YouTube, and once the video is done you click on a related a video. Well, I remember I was watching this baby kitten who is just too cute for life, and maybe 20 related videos later, I was intrigued by the head tittle of ‘Katy Perry without...
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  • happy theory - 354 Words
    Background[edit] Williams provided vocals for French duo Daft Punk's 2013 album Random Access Memories, on the songs "Lose Yourself to Dance" and "Get Lucky". After returning from the recording sessions in Paris, he attended a meeting with record label managers who said that the results were "spectacular" and that "Get Lucky" would be Daft Punk's next single. They also made Williams an offer to record his own album, to which he agreed quickly, "overwhelmed that someone wanted to know what's in...
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  • How to Enjoy Music - 340 Words
    “HOW TO ENJOY MUSIC” BY SALAMA AL RUMAITHI What is music and why has it been around for so long? Music takes you to another world. Whenever you feel down and listen to music it cheers you up. Music motivates people and makes you imagine things. Music is harmony and melody. It makes you play instruments like the guitar or piano and sing out loud. It can make you cry or make you dance to the music. The beginning your true encounter with music should begin with singing and listening to...
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  • A Famous Singer in Your Country
    A Famous Singer (Zhou Jie Lun) (2010-08-10 11:22:44) Tell me about a famous singer in your country. You should say: who the singer is how you found out about him/her what is special about him/her and explain why you like this singer. - Zhou Jie Lun: from Taiwan + extremely famous - Age + appearance + fans - Music styles = modern + traditional - Creative songwriter + musician...
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  • Joyeux Noel - 1067 Words
    Avery Lui Martin Walsh RC HUMS Core 100 Section 015 December 7, y Critique of Joyeux Noel Written and Directed by Christian Carion Joyeux Noel is a French film about World War I during December of 1914. The trenches consisted of three armies, the French, the Scottish, and the German. On Christmas Eve of 1914, there had been a spontaneous ceasefire— the troops on both sides had abdicated their weapon for the night to observe the birth of the savior, whose name they were killing for each other....
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  • Karaoke in the Local Community - 1813 Words
    Bloomington, Indiana holds a variety of entertainment options for students attending Indiana University and the local community that have been living here their entire lives. If one narrows down a specific form of entertainment, they must still then pick and choose where they want to hangout and collaborate. That can be a challenge in the widely ranged selection of the beautiful city of Bloomington. A distinguishing form of amusement to choose from is karaoke, and Bloomington holds a diverse...
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  • The 'Artist' I Admire !!! - 1236 Words
    When talking about Girls’ Generation, one of the most succinct ways to describe them would be to say, “female idol group”. But do those words truly describe them for who they are? Not in the slightest. The only accurate words in that description would be “female” and “group”. However, the context of the word “idol” is completely wrong in this case. Nowadays, the word “idol” is synonymous with “pop singer”, or someone that is active in many parts of the entertainment industry. Not only does the...
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  • A Beautiful Night - 865 Words
    Once upon a time, under a sumac tree in Bingle Bog, a frog sang the night long, every night, in a horrendous voice. The forest animals were distraught and at their wits end. They tried stopping his crass ‘Minstrelling’ with sticks and stones, insults and bricks but to no avail. In sheer dismay they cried for divine intervention. To all this, the frog remained impassive and resolute, intent on airing his heart’s glad ‘elation.’ One night, when in the sky hung a pale moon, a nightingale perched...
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  • Majed Alsafh - 289 Words
    SPCO 101 Self-Evaluation Guidelines For Self-Introduction Speech Review the videotape of your speech. As you watch, answer the following questions in a 2-3 page evaluation of your speech (use these questions to create an essay evaluation of your speech, not simply a point-by-point response to the questions). The due date for the assignment is listed on your syllabus. 1. Describe your voice, gestures, and bodily action (posture, use of space, etc...). What message(s) did they seem to...
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  • Broadway Vocal Technique - 3732 Words
    Broadway Vocal Technique I. Introduction We have all witnessed the horror stories associated with pop/rock singers. They damage their voices and have to undergo treatments, vocal rest, and often miss live performances because of their poor technique. In order for a contemporary musical theatre performer to consistently perform, they would have to develop a healthy vocal technique for this style which addresses the question: How have technology and the pop/rock genre affected vocal...
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  • Choir Critique - 556 Words
    Period 1 Bella Voce Holiday Concert Makeup 1-22-13 To make up for the holiday concert I missed, I went to church on Sunday, Jan. 20 to critique the choir there. It was at Life Center in Tacoma, with the choir being made up of about 20 people; there were equal amounts of men and women singing. The service started at 10:30 a.m., with the first song, (which was more of a hymn) Bless the Lord Oh my Soul contemporarily sung by Matt Redman. The songs which were sung that day did have...
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  • log 1 - 531 Words
    10/2/13 L1 The poems “I Hear America Singing” by Walt Whitman, “I, Too Sing America” by Langston Hughes, and “On the Pulse of the Morning” by Maya Angelou are very similar but also very different in many ways. All three of the poems talk about equality, diversity, pride, and hope for the future. Whitman talks about various working people “singing”. I think that he is trying to tell his readers that each person contributes to the life and culture of America. The mechanic, the carpenter,...
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  • How has Contemporary Composition changing vocal technique?
    Bethan Exelby How did we come to Contemporary Vocal Music as it is today? An exploration of how the 20th Century has changed vocal techniques. Contemporary Music is a time in classical music history in which all previously set boundaries were pushed and broken in order to discover new things, new sounds, and new ways of doing things. This is all evident when looking at contemporary vocal music. Before the Contemporary era, a vocal performer would only sing or speak. Europe was at...
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  • Phantom of the Opera Review Notes
    Introduction to the musical drama notes Auction house scene selling Hannibal poster, wooden pistol and 3 skulls, monkey musical box, Breaks out into song when monkey collectors piece is won. Auction 666 the phantom of the opera, majestic music production, Phantom organist wearing half mask. Opera performance interrupted by director during singing, after performance owner announces retirement and introduces new owners. New owner Andre requests performance from lead singer and then during...
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  • Concert Review - 380 Words
    Scheliena Wu Music 25 Concert Review Last summer, my sister bought tickets to see a Celine Dion concert in Las Vegas, Nevada. Of course, we have to wear formal attire. The concert that we’re attending to was at Caesars Palace. There was a majority of white and European people who attended Celine Dion’s concert. Before the concert, everyone was supposed to find their own seat. The concert itself looked appealing because it had red drapes, colorful stage lights, and nice sound systems. As...
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  • Spare Time - 321 Words
    Spare Time If time wasn’t an issue and there are many different thing I would like to learn on my own outside of what is already required. For instance, I would love to learn to surf and wake board but there just isn’t much time between school, sports, homework, and a social life. I’m hoping someday I will find the time to learn and experience these extracurricular activities. Along with surfing and wake boarding I would love e to learn how to sing to really well. I love singing but I...
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  • Are pop star good role model
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