[Solved] Renee Rosnes Quintet

The song is black holes by the Renee Rosnes Quintet  Contemporary jazz reflects both its past and the current music scene in general. Some artists are more traditional and are attached to older styles, while others stretch jazz to a place that is not necessarily even recognizable to many as jazz. R&B styles and musical styles from around the world have become common as part of the jazz language. Though this kind of genre-mixing has been around in jazz for a long time, jazz today has its own sound and styles. 400 words Essay Topic: After reading Chapter 15 and going through the listening examples, as well as seeking out other recordings mentioned throughout the chapter, write an essay in five parts: 1a. Choose one recording from Chapter 15 that you particularly like. Discuss the recording in detail. 1b. Discuss the one thing that stands out the most to you in the recording in detail. 2a. Choose a recording by an artist in a genre of your choosing. Discuss it in detail. 2b. Discuss the one thing that stands out the most to you in the recording in detail. 2c. Discuss similarities and/or differences between the Chapter 15 recording and the one of your own choosing. For more information on Renee Rosnes Quintet read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renee_Rosnes

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[Solved] Rap

Choose one of the following subgenres: disco, punk, reggae, salsa, or rap. Write about how that genre has evolved in the past 40+ years.  Are there new artists making music in that style? Do people still attend concerts of that musical genre? What age group does that genre draw? Use specific and personal examples. Research your topic and write a 300-word paper. Use 12-point font, double-spaced. Use at least one source other than your book.  Properly cite all external sources. FOR THE CHOICE OF SUBGENRE, PLEASE USE RAP For more information on Rap read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rapping

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[Solved] Flow

Directions: Answer all three questions as indicated. Questions: 1. In your own words, define ‘flow’ as it relates to hip hop. Is there a specific rapper who’s flow you particularly like? What about their flow is appealing to you? (at least 150 words) 2. Adam Krim suggests three categories of flow which he calls “Sung Flow”, “Percussion Effusive Flow” and “Speech Effusive Flow”. Professor Babin offers a detailed discussion of how rappers flow using rhythmic placement which he terms “Regular”, “Regular Syncopated”, “Irregular Syncopated”, “Parallel” and “Divergent”. In your own words, define all of the types of flow listed above. How might Professor Babin’s rhythmic specific types of flow relate to the three categories suggested by Adam Krim? Can you think of any other ways to describe and distinguish an artist’s flow? (at least 150 words) 3. In 2-4 paragraphs, address the following prompt: (at least 350 words) Why would there be resentment between one location and another when one appears to be becoming more popular than the other, especially since we all agree that popularity is not the most important thing in terms of “art” . Think about the question not just in terms of East vs. West but in terms of the rise of the South. Does this same kind of issue arise in other genres of music, and, if it does, does it come from the same mental place? For more information on Flow read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rapping#Flow

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[Solved] Rock and Roll

Rock and Roll have evolved to be a platform for many controversial topics in music and in the world. One of the most controversial is an audience and their perception of sex and its interpretation through the use of music. Older generations believe Rock and Roll is corrupting the youth in promoting sex and the youth are just being “young and free” Artists of rock music, throughout its history, have used their music to respond to the political and social issues surrounding them. Some have used their music as a means to express their political or philosophical views, while others have used their music to demonstrate a certain event or time in history. For example, consider how The Doors, Donovan, and Jimi Hendrix each put their own spin on the “psychedelic” experience or how Dylan’s songs, “The Time’s They Are A-Changin’” and “Subterranean Homesick Blues” are a call to break with the norms of the past and take a cynical look at the generation gap. To comment on social and political issues, bands such as Country Joe and the Fish, with their song “I Feel like I’m Fixin’ to Die Rag”, used their performances at Woodstock to protest the Vietnam War, while the Supreme’s “Love Child” and the Temptation’s “Papa Was a Rolling Stone” take a realistic look at the urban issues of single parenthood and poverty. For this project, you will research and create a presentation on the influence a single social or political issue has had on rock and roll music during the years 1955-1973. Your focus may be on one rock and roll band or on a rock as a whole. Use the topic you selected in Module 2 and the sources you cited in Module 5. Present your topic by writing a paper with a minimum of 550-700 words.  Your paper should be written in APA format and use a 12 point font. The project must include: A thesis statement An introduction, a body and a conclusion A minimum of three (3) sources Reference to one social issue as indicated above and at least one musical group or on rock and roll in general and how the music was impacted by the social issue At least two (2) links to outside songs or videos

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[Solved] The Enlightenment

Watch the following video below about the enlightenment which crosses from the end of the baroque into the classical period. Find and discuss two major figures as well as two influential ideas that came from the Enlightenment era and how it impacted society.  Watch the video first: https://youtu.be/NnoFj2cMRLY

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[Solved] Use of Musical Form in Compositional Process

Discuss the use of musical form in the compositional process in the classical period. Include examples of specific forms, what they consist of, and representative composers and compositions that reflect these forms. Pages 10-12 in the assigned reading for this module cover musical form in the period. This assignment should be a minimum of 250 words in length and your thoughts and opinions. This assignment is submitted via Turnitin and will be checked for plagiarized sources and against a database of previously submitted assignments and internet sources. At the end of your submission you need to include a works cited page that includes all of your referenced sources including all embedded materials in Canvas in MPA, APA or Turabian/Chicago formats.

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[Solved] Listening Assignment

Listening AssignmentTo complete this assignment you must choose a listening selection from Section 1: Basic Musical Concepts (any of the classes from “Unity and Variety” up to and including “Folk Music, Art Music, and All That Jazz”), and write a two-paragraph summary.NOTE: You may use any piece EXCEPT See Here the Conqu’ring Hero Comes.Your summary must include the following to receive full credit:The name and composer of the selection.The location of the selection. (e.g. Introductory Concepts: The Structure of Music)A short analysis of the piece from the point of view of a Referential Listener. (Read the description of the Referential Listener, and use the attributes listed to analyze the selection.)Finally, indicate what musical “concept” is illustrated by the selection (e.g. musical idea, ensemble, solo performer, variation, etc.), and state intelligently whether you think the selection was effective in communicating this concept.Excerpts that are available to use are:Unity and Variety in the “Hallelujah Chorus” from Handel’s MessiahWith the help of the Listening Guide for the “Hallelujah Chorus” from Messiah, arguably one of Handel’s best-known works, try to identify as many elements of unity and variety as you can in the music. In particular, pay close attention to the way Handel uses polyphonic and homophonic textures to introduce musical variety.”Hallelujah Chorus” from Messiah: Listening GuideLet’s look at one example of each texture. First, listen to the following polyphonic passage, and notice how male and female voices come in at different times each with their own melody and rhythm to sing the text “And He shall reign for ever and ever”:Polyphonic passage (“And He shall reign for ever and ever”)In contrast, notice how all the voices and the orchestral accompaniment move rhythmically together to present the text “The kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ” in the following homophonic passage:Homophonic passage (“The kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ”)

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[Solved] VfX in music video

I’m a MA Vfx (visual effect) student and this is my final major thesis.  My topic will be around the role and importance of visual effects for trending music vdeo. For a singer, the quality of music works is important, but a good visual presentation will make the audience more immersive and improve the quality of the work. In this paper, you need to analyze the importance of visual effects in popular mv, how to apply them, the production process, how to make special effects that are more suitable for the theme, How does vfx make works more attractive and the software used by vfx.

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[Solved] Sex,Age and Music Prefrence

Make one research paper on how does sex and age affect music preference( what genre is the favorite) or come up with your own topic. This is an IB math internal assessment in the level of math AI SL in highschool but I want a good paper. 1st requirement is to read an example of a math internal assesment, I will help and link things to read before like an example and a general structure. I will link also all the data needed.  2nd You should make an investigation by doing some tests like a chi squared test or t-test with many diagrams example the box and whisker plot. 3rd you should be prepared to make at least one draft before the final version, I will just give you feedback and areas that are lacking

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[Solved] Interludes for Prepared Piano

Instructions Check the video and answer the questions. #1 John Cage Sonatas and “Interludes for Prepared Piano, Sonata II” (1946-48) This piece is written for piano but certainly doesn’t sound like the traditional tone color of the piano.  Describe the tone colors that are generated by this “prepared piano.”  What is a prepared piano? How are some of the particular tone colors that you hear produced by this acoustic instrument?  What influenced Cage to invent “the prepared piano”?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oL_UdQf704A You can watch a short video on how to prepare a piano here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myXAUEuECqQ #2  Edgard Varese “Poème électronique” (Electronic Poem: 1958) The first stage of music produced electronically in the twentieth-century was called “musique concrete.”  Composers recorded sounds onto audiotape, and then manipulated them in the studio to produce a fixed performance of the piece.  Varese’s Poem Electronique is perhaps one of the most famous of these works.  read about it in your textbook before you listen.  Try to put yourself back in 1958 and think about the technology that was available at that time.  Listen carefully to try to discern some of the raw sound material.  How do you think this piece was received in 1958? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTMSllIv2lw #3  John Adams “Short Ride on a Fast Machine” (1986) John Adams is most often referred to a “postminimalist” composer.  Listen to his “Short Ride in a Fast Machine” and discuss why this piece could be described as “minimalist.”  Does this piece aptly portray its title?  What specific types of musical techniques does he use in this piece to create perpetual motion? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LoUm_r7It8 #4  Kaija Saariaho “L’amour de loin” (Love from Afar: 2000) Saariaho’s career has produced music that has used techniques of live electronics, mixed media (music, text, tape, electronics, dance, video). What is the impact of the mix of traditional instruments and electronic sounds?   How does this opera compare with the others we have studied in class, i.e. Mozart, Verdi, Wagner? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKBm9mKWJVU #5 Tania Leon “Inura” (2009) Using the vocabulary you have learned so far in the course, describe the basic characteristics of this piece.  Explain how Leòn utilizes call and response during this movement. Discuss the role of the percussion during this movement. Be specific. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WCsr4qeij4 

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