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  • Our First Piece Of Performance
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    Drama coursework: response portfolio Scaramouche Jones This year in year 10 G.C.S.E. drama we have been studying Justin Butchers play "Scaramouche Jones". We read, discussed, developed and preformed certain parts of the play and using some of the explorative strategies of drama we gained a deeper understanding and appreciation of the play text that was explored. Before we began to read the play text we were put into groups of 2 and we were made to perform a one minute piece of a clown show. This...
  • General Form Of The Piece
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    Mariana Dominguez November 12, 2000 Art History Early Renaissance Art History Paper Italian Monstrance in the RISK Museum The Early Renaissance Room is small and square with burgundy colored walls. These characteristics give the view of the room a sense of going from the darkness of the Middle Ages to the rebirth of the renaissance, which is showed in the light colored adjacent room. Coming through the store entrance, one can experience the development of art through time. First one finds the ro...
  • Piece Frozen With Liquid Nitrogen
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    Since the beginning of time people have been trying new ideas for keeping things like food cold. Up until the early 20th century ice was the best method for cooling perishable items, burthen we figured out a more efficient and affective way of keeping items cold. It was called the refrigerator. Soon after the introduction of the refrigerator we developed something called cryogenic freeing, which is freezing with very low temperatures. Cryogenic freezing is the study mater that is colder than tem...
  • Mary Nessinger Voice
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    On Sunday afternoon November 21, 1999, at 2: 00 p.m. at 419th Concert Worldwide, 330th in New York, 218th in Carnegie Hall I attended a Mid America production that presented the New England Symphonic Ensemble. This concert contained several different compositions by large groups of musicians, including an orchestra band, and chorus. This concert was divided into three different parts. First there was the Vivaldi which was divided into 12 sections. Virginia-Gene Rittenhouse was the music director...
  • First Piece
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    Becky Austen Professor Hammer Music Lecture 1003 14 October 1999 Wind Symphony W. Dale Warren, Conductor The Wind Symphony preformed on Monday, October 11 at 8: 00 p.m. at the Walton Arts Center in Baum-Walker Hall. The performance lasted one hour and thirty minuets and consisted of six pieces. The first piece was Variations for Wind Band by Ralph Vaughn Williams. All the instruments tuned to the oboe then they started the English piece. The Bass and symbols came in first and was very loud. The ...
  • Part Of The Whole Of The World
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    Have you ever put together a large jigsaw puzzle? When you put away the puzzle, sometimes the pieces get lost or bent. If they do, when you take it back out and try to reassemble it, the puzzle is not complete; the overall picture, however, is still satisfying. In John Donne's 'No Man Is an Island,' the author similarly says that the inhabitants of the world comprise a team. When the team (the world) loses a player, the team is not complete, but it finds some way to move on without that player. ...
  • Art Piece
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    Skychild Skychild is an art piece done by Paula Rice. It exemplifies a healthy child being held up by the skeleton of another child. I feel this piece is uplifting and shows freedom from suffering. Paula Rice is an artist who resides in Flagstaff, Arizona. Over the years she has acquired her Master in Fine Arts from the University Of Wisconsin-Madison. In 1994 she was the Associate Professor of Art in the Ceramics field at Northern Arizona University. She has created many pieces towards the Skyc...
  • Slow Tempo And Changes To A Vary
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    Jazz Open Listening Report 'Don't worry, be happy' Don't worry, be happy was by Played by Bobby Mcferrin in the seventies. The in this piece the texture changes a lot as the work progresses. Every time the music would take a slower beat the texture would become thicker and the dynamic or the volume becomes lower. When the dynamic slows, one instrument would only be playing, and all at once when the tempo picks up more, and than three or more instrument would be playing. It seemed that when there...
  • Pieces Into Three Sections
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    How to put a jigsaw puzzle together You open the box of a colorful new sea escapes puzzle and dump the pieces out and one thousand seem to turn into one million. Don't put it up for next year. There are step that will make what could be a month-long project become a week's leisure hours. Just about anyone can put together a puzzle, from a Frame Trap Walt Disney to a one thousand piece outdoor scenery. People also often have their own way to put a puzzle together, such as taking only one piece at...
  • Name Of Piece
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    Name of piece: Burial at Ornans Name of artist: Gustave Courbet Date produced: 1849. I first look at Burial at Ornans and take a dislike to it. I see a painting of a small group of people with grim expressions on their faces. The piece is oil on canvas. It's simply painted, perhaps a palette knife has been used, and the colours are harsh and real, with definite edges and colour changes. Space has been used well, with the majority of the detail across the middle length of the piece, leaving the t...
  • Pieces Of Ceramic Marlo Battel
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    The first artwork that I had had looked at was Radio Tori, a ceramic arch built by Peter King. It was my first time inside the W UWF radio station building. I found the building to be quite beautiful. The architecture was well done outside the building. Inside, there were various artworks inside the hallway. The Radio Tori seemed to fit right in with the radio station theme. The second sculpture that was on the critique I had honestly walked by almost everyday and had never noticed that it was t...
  • Chord In The Left Hand
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    Im wunderschonen Mon at Mai The leider - a German song. It is a love song in which the singer professes his love to a woman and is hopeful that she may accept him. Phrasing, typical of music of the Romantic era (1825-1900), is irregular. The piece is strophic as we hear the same melody twice over two verses. The rhythm of both verses is also identical, but dynamic phrasing does vary slightly. The piano accompaniment compliments the words strongly - each chord helps to redefine what words are bei...
  • Recital The Voice And The Trumpet
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    Tonight, September 30, 2003, I attended the "Recital-The Voice and The Trumpet" held in the Recital Hall in the Leslie Wright Fine Arts Center at Samford University at 7: 30 pm. This recital consisted of three music professionals, G. William Bugg, Leonard A. Candelaria, and Kathryn Fouse. G. William Bugg, the bass / baritone singer, is a renowned singer of opera, and he has performed with the Atlanta Civic Opera, the Kentucky Opera Association, and the Chattanooga Opera. He has also performed wi...
  • Eighth Piece In The Concert
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    On Monday September 8, 2003 at 8: 00, I had the opportunity to attend "The McCormick Duo" held at the University of South Florida in the building FAH 101. This concert was the first concert held this year by the School of Music. As I walked into the building I could tell that all the attendees were mostly people who had attended these concerts often because, of their conversations about past concerts. I didn't see many faces from my music class but, I did see students from other classes such as ...
  • Pieces At The Other Museums
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    On April 7, 2002, I visited the Menil Collection, the Cy Twombly Gallery, and Richmond Hall. I arrived at the Menil Collection at around 2: 00 pm and stayed until approximately 4: 45 pm visiting the three collections. As I drove to the museums, I was challenged with normal Houston traffic clutters, but nothing out of the ordinary. The weather was musty, full of humidity in the air with light sprinkling rain, and it seemed that it was about to start pouring outside but never did during my visit t...
  • Significant Role In Hemingway's Piece
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    The element of time does not play a significant role in Hemingway's piece. It is in chronological order, which is best for this type of work since it is so short and it only takes place within a few minutes-a few hours time. I think the use of flashbacks in this piece would have detracted greatly from the text's mystery, simplicity and its ability to draw in the reader. I can't really figure out this piece's overall pattern. I guess to break it down to its simplest definition, I'd say it was a p...

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