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Structure The Viewers Emotions Towards The Prisoners
895 wordsDocumentaries serve to draw a response through the use of literary techniques in order to present a particular point of view. Michael Cordell's Music and Murder subscribes to this principle, the documentary focuses on three men serving prison sentences for taking a life and how music has changed and shaped their outlook on their own lives. Music, structure, verbal language and selection of detail all work on the viewers emotions which serve to draw a positive response towards rehabilitation in p...
Art Of Emotions Poetry
638 wordsThe Art of Emotions Poetry is a diverse form of communication and there are vast arrays of elements that make up this very unique and specialized form of writing. Poetry is the art of apprehending and interpreting ideas by the faculty of imagination; the art of idealizing in thought and in expression. "For poetry is the blossom and the fragrance of all human knowledge, human thoughts, human passions, emotions, language". (Coleridge) Like poetry, music is an avenue for the author to release new s...
Baroque Era Of Music
1,951 wordsIn every way Baroque music is like a teen-a ger. Ok, maybe not in the pimply-faced-criticize-everything-even-though-you-don't-pay-for-it kind of way we have come to expect from our modern teen-a gers. But what is a teen-a ger anyway? Simply put; a teen-a ger is no longer a child and not yet an adult. It is that awkward in-between stage when all the rules get broken, nothing ever seems to fit, and emotions fluctuate wildly. This is exactly how it was with the Baroque Era of Music. To put this int...
Romanticism In Music
995 wordsWho most accurately reflected the romantic sensibility of the day: the poets, the artists or the musicians Well first off what exactly is Romanticism Romanticism was a literary and artistic movement of the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, resulting in part, from the ideals of the French Revolution and in part a revolt against classicism and the Enlightenment. It embodies none of which classicism and neoclassicism did which were precepts of order, calm, harmony, balance, idealization and...
Music's Motivation Over The Body
2,122 wordsWhether it is Haydn's string quartet no. 66 in G major or a single off the new Dave Mathews album, music, inherently, has the ability to alter the state of our mind and body. Music can make us joyful or sad, it can make us want to move our body, it can stimulate our imagination, or even heal us. The aforementioned has the ability to change one's state of mind at any given time. This essay will examine music's many disciplines and how they motivate our creativity, imagination, health, and culture...
301 wordsI think music should return to the joy us symphony of life. Popular musicians help with the healing process of the transition to modern day music. So I say what are we waiting for? When it comes right down to it it could be suggested that music is simply pleasure for our auditory senses, . I believe it goes much deeper than this. I would like to suggest that music, even in its simplest form has the ability to reform and re mould emotions as they come to us. A good piece of music can very easily ...
Music Evokes Emotions
601 words'Music' is a word with several meanings, to some it is simply entertainment, a pleasure they enjoy indulging in when they are bored of going out. For others it is an escape, a sanctuary away from the world, society, and the chaos that surrounds their hectic, everyday lives. Music plays a very important role in the very fabric of our lives; often used to reflect how someone feels towards an individual or an object or to evoke suppressed emotions. A good friend of mine has written a dark, depressi...
Logic And Music Languages
1,548 wordsIB Theory of Knowledge (TOK) Paper Are Mathematics, Logic and Music Languages? Mathematics, logic and music all play rather important roles in the lives of most people and are used quite frequently to communicate certain things. However, does the mere use of these forms of admittedly limited communication qualify them as languages? I shall attempt to show that two, music and mathematics, act as languages by themselves, as well as become incorporated in the larger scheme of spo ken language, for ...
Jonathan Larson's Amazing Music And Lyrics
1,164 wordsFrom homeless to homosexuals, "RE NT" reflects a variety of people and lifestyles found in our diverse modern day world. The musical's ongoing theme is to forget regret and live each day as if it were the last. The 1996 Tony-award winning "RENT" is a lesson in life. It is a powerful resurrection of Henry Murger's classic love story "La Boheme", made famous in the 19th century opera of Puccini. There is no doubt in my mind that Jonathan Larson's amazing music and lyrics displayed throughout the s...
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