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Jimi Hendrix
Number of words: 873 - Number of pages: 4

.... Jimi started out playing as part of the back-up for small time R & B groups. It did not take long before his work was in demand with some of the best known artists in the field, such as B.B. King, Ike and Tina Turner, Solomon Burke, Jackie Wilson, Littler Richard, Wilson Pickett, and King Curtis (Clifford, pg. 181). Using the name Jimmy James, he toured with a bunch of R & B shows, including six months as a member of James Brown's Famous Flames (Stambler, pg. 290). At the Cafe Wha! in New York, in 1966, Hendrix decided to try singing. Jimi lucked out when .....

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Number of words: 639 - Number of pages: 3

.... Theresa and her husband, Emperor Francis I, received the Mozarts cordially. During a large European concert tour (1763- 66) the Mozart children displayed their talents to audiences in Germany, in Paris, at court in Versailles, and in London (where Wolfgang wrote his first symphonies and was befriended by Johann Christian Bach, whose musical influence on Wolfgang was profound). In Paris, Wolfgang published his first works, four sonatas for clavier with accompanying violin (1764). In 1768 he composed his first opera, La Finta Semplice, for Vienna, but intrigues .....

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

.... 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. If the speaker's c .....

Bela Fleck And The Flecktones Concert
Number of words: 391 - Number of pages: 2

.... Then they started to play and I was completely blown away. The talent the band displayed was amazing, I was blown away. The music is a unique mixture of many different genres; jazz, rock, R&B and funk, to name a few. Much of the music had no singing and the songs were very long and complicated, involving different parts and many complicated solos. In between songs each musician performed solos on their instruments, which proved the talent, they held on their instruments even more. The bassist was the most impressive, though. He soloed for probably .....

Concert Report
Number of words: 671 - Number of pages: 3

.... played the during the concert was a Persian classic piece a very emotional piece and it affected most of the audience who attended this concert. This piece was performed by one of the best clarinet players in LA who had played for many of the universal productions. The theme of the variation produced from the clarinet was balanced and effective on the audience. Also, the emotions and the visual scenes were influential and entertaining. It was full of great work by these great musicians who played other classical music by bet hoven and Mozart. In my opinion .....

The Music Of Generation X
Number of words: 967 - Number of pages: 4

.... low class area. Jane is a girl who has had a heroine addiction. Her personal boundaries have been invaded and she wants out of the habit, "I'm gonna kick tomorrow…". She goes through depression and withdrawal, "She gets mad/And she starts to cry." Then the songs continues by talking about loneliness. Drug addiction is often the background for much of the music in today's society. People tend to idolize famous people and when they see or hear of their idols using drugs or drinking they follow the actions of the famous people. Another song in which I am goin .....

Rock Music
Number of words: 1225 - Number of pages: 5

.... this essay is Rock n' Roll of the 1950's, when Rock n' Roll was born. It emerged from rhythm and blues, a music similar to jazz played by blacks. This kind of music started to attract white teenagers. Disc jockey Alan Freed was the one who introduced this music and later gave it the name of Rock n' Roll. Record companies distributed records played by whites but composed by blacks. Whites were frustrated because there weren't any white artists and they didn't want the blacks to be the stars until Bill Haley appeared with his "Rock Around the Clock". In this deca .....

Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze" And The 1960s And 70s
Number of words: 467 - Number of pages: 2

.... he was at describing the times, but, from the information acquired in my interview, the 60's seemed to be more carefree than dangerous. In my opinion, Kansas probably wasn't exactly the hippie capital of the world. If I had interviewed someone who had lived in a major city during the 60's I'm sure the danger would have been more noticeable. A majority of the drug usage took place in the cities. Jimi Hendrix is a perfect example of a hard-core hippie. He was a drug addict as well as a spontaneous musical historian. He did have a long lasting impact on many .....

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