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Concert Report
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... In my opinion, most the musical pieces were symphonic. The tone quality of the music was rich and mellow. In addition to the percussionist he produced a specific pitch also the trumpet was adding a great bright tonality added much more melody to the event. Consequently, one of the pieces was 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 ...




Canadian Music Artists And Their Impact
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... some of his frustrations in his music as indicated in the following versus of the song "Stick to your vision". Remember when you labels wasn't feelin' me … Yo people used to say Wes wake up stop dreamin' Your fantasize, f#@! the rappin' it won't happen I paid my dues, brothers seen me sacrifice. 1 In Maestro's lyrics he often refers to the struggles he had to go through as a black Canadian rap artist. He certainly did pay his dues and it showed in his debut album, which made history as the best-selling Canadian rap record. Maestro is proud to be Canadian. He shows this in one of his ...




2 Face Hip Hop
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... played on radio, and a few know the situations. They also do this neither for the money nor the worldwide fame but as a love of their talent. A few underground artists have moved up mainstream music. The reason being is for (fame and money). Not for the love of it anymore. A person who has won the Scribble Jam back in 97, he is a well respected person. Now, he lost respect from many people. Reason of this was because he was asked how he felt about being an unknown artist into an artist who is well-known. He replied, “I know I lost respect. But I had to raise my daughter. I didn’t go to high school and th ...




Instrumental History Of The Drums
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... the strings vibrate, giving this instrument its characteristic crisp staccato. This small medieval instrumnet gradually increased size, about the 15th century. It was so often combined in a performance with a fife that these two instrumnets became closely associated with one another. A fife is a small flute having from six to eight finger holes and it also has no key, used mainly with drums in playing marches. The tenor drum is closely related to the snare drum. It is somewhat larger in size and it has no snares across its lower skin. This drum is played with sofft felt covered sticks and it produces a huskie ...




Coro Concert Experience
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... were balanced and helped emphasize one another. The Coronation Mass, K. 317, composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was considered to have been written for the anniversary of the coronation of an image of the Virgin. Mozart wrote this composition in 1797 at the age of twenty-three. The six works of the Coronation Mass are: Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Benedictus, and Agnus Dei. My favorite piece was Gloria. It was louder and more powerful then the rest. The parts were sung by women then men in a beautiful combination. The music was soft and intimate then quickly getting louder and more powerful. “Gloria” ...




The Clifford Ball
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... to get tix for a show, I figured I could wait till they came to Giant Stadium, or The Meadowlands. One day I decided “ What the hell!!” Plattsburg was a good 6 hours up I-87 from quiet River Vale, New Jersey. So we spent most of the afternoon at Shop-rite, Campmor, and Ramsey outdoor. We had sleeping bags, coolers of beer, soda, food, and more beer, tents, stoves, lanterns, bug torches, and clothes. At around 12 midnite Friday morning we hit the road and embarked, on what would be a scared trip. Tom drove the van with his brother and myself. Tim in his red Festiva with Joe and Sean, and Beau in his blue Fe ...




Pearl Jam, Everclear, And No Doubt
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... the guitar. The rest of the band includes, Jeff Ament, (bass) Stone Gossard, (guitar and vocals) Jack Irons, (drums) and Mike McCready, (guitar). A couple of the songs that Pearl Jam does are Jeremy, Daughter, Smile, Spin the Black Circle and Tremor Christ. Pearl Jam has a knack for writing catchy 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 i ...




Hawaiian Music
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... of their ancestors and gods. They told of how the ancestors came to Hawaii, how Hawaii was first created. It was primarily used as a form of worship and passing down history and genealogy and to keep the social hierarchy intact. It was often accompanied by music and occasionally by instruments made 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 Hawa ...




Review Of A Concert Of Sacred Music From The Moores Opera
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... were balanced and helped emphasize one another. The Coronation Mass, K. 317, composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was considered to have been written for the anniversary of the coronation of an image of the Virgin. Mozart wrote this composition in 1797 at the age of twenty-three. The six works of the Coronation Mass are: Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Benedictus, and Agnus Dei. My favorite piece was Gloria. It was louder and more powerful then the rest. The parts were sung by women then men in a beautiful combination. The music was soft and intimate then quickly getting louder and more powerful. “Gloria” ...




My Trip To Woodstock
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... that is human nature, to remember the bad as opposed to the good. I showed up on that Thursday afternoon, with my three friends, hot, sweaty and prepared to be in for the best three days of my life. When we reached our campsite, the one we had shown up a day early to claim, we realized that city kids do not know much about setting up a tent. Without even asking the boys behind us set up our tent, asking right away if we were, "from the city". Within moments, we were talking like old friends, sharing horror stories about the drive up, complaining about the heat and anticipating the next few days. Random acts ...




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