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Classical Genres
Number of words: 692 - Number of pages: 3

.... of symphony. The string quartets, on the other hand, are quite different. These are instrumental pieces of music for small audiences with one player per part. Included in the string quartet there are the first and second violins, a viola, and a cello. A quartet does not have a conductor like the symphony does, but they didn't need one because they weren't intended to be played for many people. Mozart and Haydn were known for having "jam sessions" in Mozart's apartment. An rarely known fact is that Haydn is the creator of this genre, not Mozart. Sonatas ar .....

History Of Rock And Roll
Number of words: 1686 - Number of pages: 7

.... back hair and leather jackets, dominated the charts. This could most be seen in the movie Back to the Future. In the late sixties however a new type of rock emerged. Led by four young British men known as Paul, John, George and Ringo this music was more like the gateway from Elvis Presley to Jimi Hendrix. Known as the Beatles they stole the hearts of millions of teenage girls with songs such as Michelle and Julia. If you were lucky enough to have one of those names you were idolized for life. This new type of Rock and Roll, sometimes referred to as Hippie .....

Influence Of Music: Emotions And Effects
Number of words: 180 - Number of pages: 1

.... listens to rock&roll will dress outraged and may wear nose rings. Students that listen to country may dress with a cow boy hat. A person that listens to oldies may dress with clothes from the past. Music can also influence the way a person thinks about somthing. People that listens to rap may think that drugs should be legal. A person that likes country may think that raggedy cars should be used until it possibly can't run anymore. A person that listens to oldies think that the fashion should be the way that it was when it was the fiftys. This concludes the essay for " music and how it influences." Music .....

Pearl Jam, Everclear, And No Doubt
Number of words: 450 - Number of pages: 2

.... lyrics that become very popular. Everclear is a band from Portland. They are not as popular as Pearl Jam, but they do have a large following of fans. The three band members of Everclear are Art Alexis, (lead vocals, and guitar) Greg Eklund, (drums and vocals) and Craig Montoya, (bass, and vocals). Their album together is Sparkle and Fade, and it is one of the best albums I've ever heard. Among the may popular songs are Heroin Girl, Sparkle and Fade, and Santa Monica. All of the lyrics are good, but there is a lot of profanity on this album. No Doubt is the la .....

Hawaiian Music
Number of words: 1370 - Number of pages: 5

.... from gourds, coconut shells and logs covered with a sharkskin membrane. The main purpose of these is to provide a rattling or drumming sound. A mele or rhythmic chanting of poetry or song also accompanied it. It is only in the recent century that guitar has been added to this selection of instruments. The music of Hawaii is a very beautiful harmonization between voices and instruments. The native Hawaiians are known for their vocal ability when it comes to singing. The women’s voices can often times reach an impossibly high soprano note with considerable ease .....

Number of words: 1787 - Number of pages: 7

.... style that they sought to achieve. The first person they recruited was a freshman drummer named Jon “Fish” Fishman. One day, Trey walked by Fish’s room while he was practicing, and asked him to join the band. He agreed but he also played in another band at the time. Fish taught himself how to play the drums by locking himself in his room and trying to copy the sound of bands such as Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin. When he moved to college, he started to move toward jazz and hardcore. Now, all they needed was a bass player. The three placed flyers al .....

The Consumer And The Gimmick
Number of words: 1192 - Number of pages: 5

.... do are appalled and disgusted by hearing anything but the best from our favorite bands.  Once we have what we want it's not long before we want more.  This is because we consume the musicians' talents like a fast food happy meal.  We open the box, take out the toy, throw away the contents, and then bitch about being hungry.  When we do this we always say, "It's a cool song, but they are a one hit wonder."  We the hungry consumer do not give the bands a chance to show their true musical talents. One example involves the group Verve Pipe and their hit song "T .....

How To Listen To Music, Not Just Hear It
Number of words: 1017 - Number of pages: 4

.... are the perfect spot for your speakers. You shouldn't position them flush against the wall, but put the back of the speaker into the corner, so each side of the speaker is against each wall. For this reason, the bass is extended (louder), and the tweeters, mid-range, and woofers give you their undivided attention. Where to sit is simple, but it takes some easy calculations to find the perfect spot. There is a common rule for a person to experience the full effect of the music. In order to do this, measure the distance between the two speaker cabinets .....

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