Music & Musicians Essays and Term Papers
John Lennon: Live ForeverWe have all heard of John Lennon. He was Founder of the Beatles, also famous for his subsequent solo career and for his political activism and pacifism. On Monday, 8th of December 1980 he was shot dead outside his home, the Dakota building in New York City. Some might argue that John Lennon is ...
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Public EnemyFormed on Long island, New York in 1989, Public Enemy is an American hip hop group, known for their politically charged lyrics and criticism of the American media, with an active interest in the frustrations and concerns of the African American community.
Public Enemy’s three members, Chuck D, ...
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Charmaine Clarice Relucio PempengcoCharmaine Clarice Relucio Pempengco, better known as Charice, was born in San Pedro, Laguna, Philippines. When she was three years old, she witnessed her abusive father point a gun at her mom during an episode of domestic violence. Along with her mother and younger brother Carl, they left their ...
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Funny the Way It Is AnalysisBrandon Cruz
Melanie Rowand – White
12 October 2011
Funny the Way It Is
As a long-time Dave Matthews Band fan, it's tough to listen to Funny the Way It Is, the first single from DMB's released studio album, Big Whiskey & the Groogrux King. Not because the music is lacking ...
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Natasha Bedingfield: Pocket Full Of SunshineNatasha Bedingfield: Pocket Full Of Sunshine
Natasha Bedingfield released her sophomore album, Pocket Full of Sunshine, January 22nd. The album is a rework of the British released album N.B, with half the songs coming from the original release plus six new songs. While her first single was ...
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A Buffalo and a SoldierBob Marley once said, "I'm a man of God and me come to do God's work.” Bob Marley brought reggae to a broad audience and devoted his work to spread a message of peace, unity and love. Bob Marley made an attempt to make blacks recognized. He became an important figure for the Afro-race. In the song ...
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What is EthnomusicologyWhat is ethnomusicology ?
It's in human nature to be curious and to ask questions about the world around us, that is how the sciences emerge. Ethnomusicology is a study that asks questions about the music of the world and because music is one of the things that make us human being, it could be ...
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The Conversion Of Eugene Onegin From A Novel In Verse Into An OperaEugene Onegin is a novel in verse written and published between 1825 and 1832 by Alexander Pushkin, one of the greatest Russian writers at all times. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky completed Eugene Onegin, the opera, in 1879, based on Pushkin’s classic Russian literature. His work is the version that ...
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Musical Training and AutismMusical training might help autistic children to interpret other people's emotions. A study has revealed brain changes involved in playing a musical instrument that seem to enhance your ability to pick up subtle emotional cues in conversation.
"It seems that playing music can help you do all ...
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Descriptive Essay: Music ConcertKelcie Roberts
The moment has finally arrived, walking so fast, inching closer to the stadium entrance, excitement overwhelming. At the entrance, a long line of people await their turn to be frisked. While waiting in line, an overload of emotions are seen across ...
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Little Joe y La FamiliaYvette Carpintero
9 March 2012
Little Joe y La Familia
Little Joe learned to play guitar at a very young age. In 1953 the 13year old was recruited by David Coronado & the latinaires. Little Joe brother joined the band in 1959 know as Jesse which replaced Coronado. ...
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Music and EmotionSable Smith
3 March 2011
Music and Emotion
Everybody listens to music, and I am sure that every single person loves music also. Many people choose to listen to music to make their day better, many choose to listen to music to get relaxed, some choose a ...
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Who is the Father of Rock n' RollWho is the Father of Rock n' Roll
Most historians trace the beginning rock back to the year 1950's, when a new type of music was discovered named, Rock n' Roll appeared it transformed musical tastes, at least among young people; it pretty much changed the world. This new music, of course did not ...
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Red FlagSarah Whisler
Honors Writers Workshop
15 March 2012
People listen to about 19.54 songs a day. The songs are all inspired by some factor. Songwriters are often inspired by the world around them. For example, Billy Talent finds his inspiration from day to day ...
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History of The BluesI'm writing this essay for History of Popular Music. This subject will be based on Electric blues on how the Genre was influenced on. From where and when was Influenced, and made the genre became worldwide and popular. Nevertheless, My researches are have been minimal, but form the book I've read, ...
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Elvis: King of Rock N' Roll?Alvonte' Jiggetts
10 January 2012
Is Elvis Really The King of Rock n' Roll?
Before I start my argument on this topic, I would like to say that I think Elvis is a great artist, actor, and an incredible entertainer but why he really as great as people perceive him to ...
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Give Jesus the GloryVerse 1:
When the music fades
All is stripped away
And I simply come
Longing just to bring
Something that's of worth
That will bless Your heart
I'll bring You more than a song
For a song in itself
Is not what You have required
You search much deeper within
Through the way ...
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Janis JoplinJanis Joplin
ENG 205: English Composition 2
Professor Martin Hyatt
August 4, 2009
Janis Joplin was one of the most inspired, unpredictable and talented singers in the world of music. She achieved a lot of things for her short life. Janis ...
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Indy Music and its GrowthMusic is an expression of one’s self and many engage in it to portray their innermost feelings. Indy music is a genre in which a wide variety of sounds and styles are placed. If something isnt a certain genre for sure, it is classified as Indy. This genre is growing rapidly and the reason for that ...
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Rihanna's Impact on Music Culture"No One Will Understand How Much it Hurts": Rihanna's Impact on Music Culture
Through the years in the United States the music industry and style of music has changed tremendously. The Billboard top ten songs truly represent American culture and how artists portray themselves in the present ...
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Gioseffo ZarlinoGioseffo Zarlino
Grambling State University
Gioseffo Zarlino, an Italian composer and music theorist of the Renaissance who, although he was regarded as an impressive composer, the contributions to music theory are what make him famous. His most famous work, Le Istitutione ...
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Generalization of SongsMost women have an ideal about relationships. Women want un-dying love, commitment, romance, and friendship just to name a few qualities. In Train's song "Marry Me" the female listener hears lyrics that promise the perfect relationship.
The title itself "Marry Me" are two words that every ...
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John ColtraneJohn William Coltrane was born on September 23, 1926 and was an American Jazz Saxophonist and Composer. He was born in Hamlet, California and grew up in High Point, North Carolina. He grew up entirely with his family until about starting December 1938 Coltrane's aunt, grandparents, and father all ...
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The Jazz EraSurrealism is a cultural movement that began in the early 1920s, and is best known for its visual artworks and writings.Surrealism developed out of the Dada activities during World War I and the most important center of the movement was Paris. From the 1920s onward, the movement spread around the ...
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