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Gregorian Chant
Number of words: 1971 - Number of pages: 8

.... singing in the background!” This is not true, simply because it is not signing it is chanting and that’s the big difference. Second, there shouldn’t be any music in the background as in the enigma CD. So what exactly is ? A bunch of notes slapped on a paper that people just riddle off in a deep voice so it sounds good? Of course not. Chant is a specific kind of music. The people of that time didn’t really develop far into music so there was no real back bone to work from. No organization or format to follow. The way chant was written and performed is v .....

Music And Censorship
Number of words: 1899 - Number of pages: 7

.... fun and only for themselves. Why then would we, especially as Christians, put our total devotion in them? It exists like wanting to ride with a blind driver rather than one with perfect vision. In addition many of the musicians use drugs and stimulants to satisfy their hunger for themselves and for pure fun. The musicians tend to use drugs massively, to get out of the very real world that they consist so much a part of. Popularity seems pleasing but when one has the affections and total devotion of a mass of people, that person can not handle it because that pers .....

Canadian Music Artists And Their Impact
Number of words: 773 - Number of pages: 3

.... brothers seen me sacrifice. 1 In Maestro's lyrics he often refers to the struggles he had to go through as a black Canadian rap artist. He certainly did pay his dues and it showed in his debut album, which made history as the best-selling Canadian rap record. Maestro is proud to be Canadian. He shows this in one of his releases. The record was called "Naah Dis Kid Can't Be From Canada?!!!" Nothing seemed to discourage, Maestro, not even the fact that Canadian radio has grown more conservative over the years. Maestro is a prime example of an artist who has .....

RIP Tupac Amaur Shakur (1971-1996)
Number of words: 243 - Number of pages: 1

.... when we die, we outlaws, let me ride."-Tupac Shakur (1971-1996) His name was Tupac Amaru Shakur he was born on June 16, 1971 he was twenty-five years old when he was killed In las Vegas ,Nevada On 10 13, 1996 He measured 5' 7" tall and weighed 165 lbs. He was a rapper/actor. He was talented when he put his mind to something.Some would say like to dance with death. 2Pac was a rapper/actor who recorded numerous records a played head roles in a few movies. He sold more then ten million records and made millions from his movies this is a man that was born into violence and went the opposite direction by .....

Motown’s Evolution And With Emphasis On Its Women
Number of words: 5567 - Number of pages: 21

.... and most of its facilities look exactly like they did during the label’s heyday. The building was a combination office, residence for Gordy’s family, distribution center, A&R nexus, recording studio, mastering suite, electronics workshop and nursery. Berry Gordy was a featherweight boxer the 1950’s. Who would imagine that there could be such a transition from boxer to record company owner. He wrote that it was in the boxing gym that he saw a poster advertising the-battle-of-the-bands: Duke Ellington vs. Stan Kenton. Next to this poster was an advertismen .....

Rock Music
Number of words: 1151 - Number of pages: 5

.... artists, and they didn't want the blacks to be the stars until Bill Haley appeared with his "Rock Around the Clock". In this decade, Elvis Presley introduced a music that was sexual-suggestive, and outraged many adults of that time. In time, he changed the style of the music by adopting a country and western style and became a national hero. By the end of this decade and the start of the next, Rock n' Roll started to decline because it was formula-ridden and it was too sentimental. Teenage audiences transferred their allegiance to Folk music. In 1963, the re .....

Music And Stress
Number of words: 1306 - Number of pages: 5

.... in physical, behavioral, emotional, cognitive, spiritual, and relational aspects. Physical symptoms I personally experienced were: headaches (specifically tension headaches), nausea, dizziness, sleep difficulties, tight neck and shoulders, racing heart, trembling hands, and restlessness. Behavioral symptoms I felt were: a definite excess in smoking, bossiness towards others, compulsive gum chewing, I became critical of others, grinding of my teeth so hard that I am forced to wear a mouthpiece at night, and an inability to finish what I start. Some of the em .....

Song Analysis: "Betterman”
Number of words: 596 - Number of pages: 3

.... song. The words help say a message and tell you how easily you can fall in love but how painful it can be to fall back out. It lets you understand love more I think and shows you how strong love is. It really lets you hear the pain love can cause and how much you go through when love is destroyed. The song symbolizes anger and how angry you can get when things break apart. The lyrics tell you how easily you can lie to yourself to try to make something better and how it never works out if you take that approach. It really shows the emotions involved with lo .....

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