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  • Vital Part To Rancid
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    Tim Armstrong- Tim is the mastermind behind the powerful lyrics. He started his musical career in a band called Operation Ivy, but after three years of music, the band found it hard to continue. Tim was caught up in drinking and drug use and needed to get his life back together. Along with Matt, he formed Rancid, and many of his problems where solved. He has been put into the spotlight of the band, mainly because of his 12-inch mohawks and stylish dress. But dont be fooled by his looks, he is a ...
  • Culture Centered Music Therapy
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    Stige is the first Coordinator of the music therapy education program at Sogn og Fjord ane University in San dane, Norway, where he is an associate professor. With diverse experiences as a music therapist using a community based approach, Stige has written numerous articles and books on music therapy and music education. He is editor-in-chief of the Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, and co-editor (with Carolyn Kenny) of Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy. He is one of the most insightful thi...
  • Comprehensive Program Of Music Education
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    Philosophy of Music Education Music is a basic part of everyday life. What makes music unique is its ability to create an emotional response in a person. A music education program should develop the aesthetic experience of every student to its highest potential. Aesthetics is the study of the relationship of art to the human senses. Intelligence exists in several areas, which includes music. The concept of aesthetics allows us to see into ourselves, which in turn helps the development of the int...
  • Lyrics Of Handel's Original Music
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    MUSIC CRITIQUE - HANDEL'S MESSIAH - A SOULFUL CELEBRATION Producers Qunicy Jones and Mervyn Warren took George Frederic Handel's Messiah for a spin and did a wonderful job with it. They took a classical masterpiece and funk-defied it. This was one of the most important pieces of music to come across in decades, taking Handel's Messiah to the masses of R & B lovers. In true style, the composer re-arranged Handel's Messiah, to produce a classic collection of black music, while at the same time, ca...
  • Shape To The Musical Piece
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    Long before any white man ever set foot in this hemisphere, there were fully functional and highly developed societies here. These civilizations were sophisticated, could even be considered more advanced than the European nations at the time. While the rest of the Eastern world was in the dark Middle Ages, the people here were flourishing. The Aztecs were the Native American people who dominated northern M'exico at the time of the Spanish conquest led by Hernan CORTES in the early 16th century. ...
  • Bedrich Smetana
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    Bedrich Smetana was the Bohemia's pianist and composer. He was born in 1824 in Leitomischl, small town in eastern Bohemia, present day Czech Republic. Smetana was a gifted child. He debuted in a string quartet at the age of five, and as a pianist only one year later. He wrote his first piano piece when he was eight years old, and at the age of fifteen he composed his first string quartet. Smetana's father was a music lover who gave to his son much musical training. Bedrich Smetana gained the wor...
  • Luciano Berio The Second Movement
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    "We always experiment with language. Language itself is a ground of experimentation. Every time we talk, we search, we experiment this miraculous connection between sound and meaning. In music, of course this is very fundamental. Sound of voice and clarinet become a meaningful event because they are a part of a vision, of a structure, of a musical thought". Luciano Berio Berio's initial intention for the title "Sinfonia" wasn't analogical with the classical symphony. It was intended purely etymo...
  • Sounds Of The Music
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    For this week I chose a new movie by Disney that came out a little while ago called, "Fantasia 2000". It's really neat it was in stereophonic sound virtually computer generated. It has objects that represent the sounds of the music. It's very detailed with tone color and dynamics that made a viewer feel what is going on rather that being told the emotions by and actor. They were very successful at doing this. I listened to it at home with a huge stereo that consists of two fifteen inch speakers ...

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