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Please share what you learn about U.S. media ownership patterns and what you think its implications are in your response to this prompt. Don’t think about this discussion just in terms of news, please. Think about it in terms of music, movies and TV shows as well. Which media sectors are struggling the most to make money in the 21st century? Why is that?Discussion questions 3
Address 3 The Second Amendment to the Constitution, which concerns the privilege to remain battle ready,
is dependably a hot-catch issue, particularly amid race season….

Communications

Tchaikovsky and Women in Art Please respond to one (1) of the following

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Tchaikovsky and Women in Art Please respond to one (1) of the following,

using sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response:

  • Select one (1) composition by Tchaikovsky that you enjoy. Describe the music and subject matter of that work, and explain why you enjoy it. Explain the key reasons why you believe that compositions by Tchaikovsky continue to be popular with contemporary orchestras and audiences. Passionate nationalism, like Tchaikovsky’s for Russia, could be a feature of Romantic art and music and in the arts of the late 1800s. Give primary examples of music today (besides national anthems) that is characterized by nationalism.

History

A music store sells an average of 160 CDs per week at $24 each The cost of producing x music CDs is C(x) =

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A music store sells an average of 160 CDs per week at $24 each. The cost of producing x music CDs is C(x) =

-0.003×2 + 4.2x + 1000. A market survey indicates that for each 50¢ decrease in price, two additional CDs will be sold per week.

) Determine the demand, or price, function.

b) What is the price of each CD when 170 are sold weekly and

when 200 are sold weekly?

c) Determine the revenue function.

d) Which of the following resus in greater revenue: the sale of 170 CDs or the sale of 200 CDs?

e) Determine the profit function.

f) Which of the following resus in a greater profit: the sale of 170 CDs or the sale of 200 CDs?

g) Explain the resus in part f.

Math

Directions Please respond to the question with at least a paragraph response Thank You! 1

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Directions: Please respond to the question with at least a paragraph response. Thank You!

1.

The Classical era saw even more refinement in structure and form than the Baroque. Much of this was due to the influence of classical ideals. Discuss these ideals and principals of thought and how they were reflected in the music. In talking about the music, be sure to include references to the elements of music such as melody, harmony, etc. Cite examples from the listening assignments, as well, to support your answers.

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Please solve the following music theory question (ignore paragraph at bottom)

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Paragraphs are the building blocks of papers. Many students define paragraphs in terms of length: a paragraph is a group of at least five sentences, a paragraph is half a page long, etc. In reality, though, the unity and coherence of ideas among sentences is what constitutes a paragraph. A paragraph is defined as a group of sentences or a single sentence that forms a unit (Lunsford and Connors 116). Length and appearance do not determine whether a section in a paper is a paragraph. For instance, in some styles of writing, particularly journalistic styles, a paragraph can be just one sentence long. Uimately, a paragraph is a sentence or group of sentences that support one main idea. In this handout, we will refer to this as the controlling idea, because it controls what happens in the rest of the paragraph.1. Each system below comprises two single-line staves. Each upper line presents two complete
measures of music, each with its own time signature, and with all notes carrying individual flags
which renders it essentially unreadable for human performers! a. Above each time signature, label the meter (as simple duple, or compound duple,
or simple triple, or compound triple, or etc.) b. On each lower line, beam the notes to reflect the proper beat structure for that meter.

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1) Compare and contrast one of the following pairings of style

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1) Compare and contrast one of the following pairings of style

periods:

• renaissance‐baroque

• baroque‐classical

• classical‐romantic

Mention major philosophical and cuural movements as well as specific musical features such as forms, performing forces, harmony, melody and genres.

2) Define the three major musical forms of the Classical period: sonata , theme and variations, and rondo. Provide specific examples of each form and include a brief discussion of each example you mention.

) Compare and contrast one of the following pairings of style periods:
• renaissance‐baroque
• baroque‐classical
• classical‐romantic
Mention major philosophical and cuural movements…
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Listen to the three following music pieces below  the first 45 seconds of Louis Armstrong’s Willie the

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Listen to the three following music pieces below:  the first 45 seconds of Louis Armstrong’s Willie the

Weeper, (Chapter 33),  the first 30 seconds of Tchaikovsky’s Dance of the Reed Pipes, (Chapter 3) and  the first 15 seconds of Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun (Chapter 27). Compare the rhythmic feel of the three pieces of music. Briefly discuss how they emphasize rhythm, and compare the effect rhythm has on your perception of each example. Compare the textures of the three pieces of music. Be sure to include a brief description of each of the musical textures: monophony, homophony, and polyphony. Describe why each of the following musical excerpts can be labeled with one of these textures. Your response should be at least one page in length. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.

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Playing large groups of adjacent notes on the piano in a percussive manner creates a sound called

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1. Playing large groups of adjacent notes on the piano in a percussive manner creates a sound called

a/an

A. aleatory. B. gamelan. C. chordophone. D. tone cluster.

2. John Cage became interested in chance music after studying

A. baroque opera. B. modern dance. C. early film scores. D. the I Ching.

3. In African cuures, music can be used

A. for all of the above. B. as the vehicle of the sacred word of the deities. C. to lift up prayers to a deity. D. to ensure the delivery of a heahy baby.

4. Steve Reich won a Grammy Award for

A. The Cave. B. Different Trains. C. Drumming. D. City Life

5. The individual rhythms of polyrhythmic music are

A. independent and contrasting. B. created by chance. C. identical. D. played only once.

6. A composer of musique concrète works with

A. random, chance-based composition. B. recorded sounds. C. a synthesized orchestra. D. silence

7. In Indian music, the saman is

A. a melodic pattern linked to the time of day. B. a drone. C. the first beat of a rhythmic cycle D. a rhythmic pattern.

8. Indian rhythmic cycles are called

A. ragas. B. sitars. C. talas. D. erhus.

9. Many Indian talas, or rhythm cycles, use additive meter, which means

A. measures of varying sizes are combined. B. measures increase in size as the piece progresses. C. measures have one beat each. D. there are no measures.

10. A Chinese musician learning an old piece of music via oral tradition will

A. read from ancient notation. B. memorize it by observing an older musician. C. improvise a new ending. D. copy the sheet music.

11. Systematic, or minimalist, music is generally

A. polyphonic. B. tonal. C. in sonata form. D. syncopated

12. Reich’s 1993 work, The Cave, requires

A. eighteen musicians and five video screens. B. audience interaction. C. two days to perform. D. drums, percussion, singers, and dancers.

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When accented notes are played between, rather than on, regular beats, the effect is

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6. When accented notes are played between, rather than on, regular beats, the effect is

called

A. syncopation. B. upbeat. C. compound meter. D. regular meter.

7. Which of the following is an example of binary form?

A. ABA B. A beginning (A) section followed by a contrasting (B) section C. A beginning (A) section followed by a contrasting (B) section, and ending with a repeated but shorter version of the beginning (A) section D. ABCBA

8. Compositions used for religious ceremonies in the early Christian Church were called

A. motets. B. dance music. C. Gregorian chants. D. troubadour songs.

9. The highest point in a melody is called the

A. frequency. B. cadence. C. allegro. D. climax.

10. Why might a composer use notes outside of the key of the song?

A. To create drama B. To evoke a feeling of peace C. To end a piece of music with a sense of arriving at home D. To resolve tension

Business

Compare and contrast in three paragraphs the role of the music business in American popular music

How did it aid

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Compare and contrast in three paragraphs the role of the music business in American popular music. How did it aid

or hinder musicians and/or the dissemination of music? How did U.S. economic factors advance or hinder the music business’ ability to sufficiently do its job?

Compare and contrast in three paragraphs the role of the music business in American popular
music. How did it aid or hinder musicians and/or the dissemination of music? How did U.S.
economic…
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Please read A Different Mirror from Ronald Takaki’s book Multicultural

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Please read A Different Mirror from Ronald Takaki’s book Muicuural

America. Write a one-page response (single spaced, Times 12)

Running head: A DIFFERENT MIRROR 1 A Different Mirror
Student’s Name
Institution of Learning
Course name
Date A DIFFERENT MIRROR 2 A different mirror is a story that revolves around the…
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Research one aspect of the folk/indigenous music of a country or region of your interest Prepare a

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Research one aspect of the folk/indigenous music of a country or region of your interest.

Prepare a

musical history of your family, neighborhood, or community, including interviews and recordings as available.

Ethnodoxology study of a people group: given the musical cuure/heritage of x , suggest what/how a musical cuure could develop around (in support of) Christian worship. If you wish to write on a different theme, you must run it by me for approval

Running Head; MUSIC 1 INDIGENOUS MUSIC
Name
Institution
Date MUSIC 2
Congolese Indigenous Rhumba Outline
The chosen assignment for this e4ssay would be the research on the indigenous and folk
music…
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The power in music is when a composer is able to express the emotions in music without words As we

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The power in music is when a composer is able to express the emotions in music without words. As we

have read, listened, and studied, many composers have been either inspired by words of others or have found inspiration in their own words.

Running Head; MUSIC 1 MUSIC
Name
Institution
Date MUSIC 2
Reflection Paper The chosen contemporary musical piece is Ghetto by Akon. It is significant that the
composition is rather one of a somber…
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Part 1 HaydnTo confirm your understanding of the structure of the symphony as

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Part 1: Haydn
To confirm your understanding of the structure of the symphony as

standardized by Haydn, complete the following questions, which analyze Haydn’s Symphony no. 88 (NAWM 119).

  1. In the exposition of the first movement of Haydn’s Symphony no. 88 (NAWM 119a), how are the following sections distinguished from one another? Mention these and other features you find significant: harmonic stability or instability, key (when stable), use of chromaticism, phrasing (clearly articulated or continuous and overlapping), dynamics, orchestration, and melodic content.
    a. First theme area b. Transition c. Second theme area d. Closing theme
  2. The recapitulation repeats material from the exposition but with some changes. What is different in the recapitulation in comparison to the exposition?
  3. What happens in the development in terms of harmony and key? How are orchestration and dynamics used in the development? What ideas from the exposition are used in the development, where do they appear, and how are they changed from the exposition?
  4. Chart the form of the slow movement of Haydn’s Symphony no. 88 (NAWM 119b), and give the key of each section.
  5. Chart the form of the third movement (NAWM 119c). How does this relate to binary form? How is dance style evident in this movement?

Part 2: Mozart
To confirm your understanding of some of the other formal developments during the Classic period, complete the following questions, which explore representative works by Mozart.

Surname 1
Name
Instructor
Course
Date
Part 1: Haydn
1. Haydn’s Symphony no. 88 (NAWM 119).
a. First theme area: Haydn distinguishes each part of the sonata form in the theme area by using
strung…
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The key structural components of neurons area

cell body, dendrites, and transmitters.

b.

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The key structural components of neurons are

a. cell body, dendrites, and transmitters.

b.

axon, dendrites, and modules.

c. cell body, dendrites, and axon.

d. transmitters, dendrites, and axon.

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Early studies of brain tissue that used staining techniques and microscopes from the 19th century described the

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Early studies of brain tissue that used staining techniques and microscopes from the 19th century described the

nerve net. These early understandings were in error in the sense that the nerve net was believed to be

a. continuous.

b. composed of discrete individual units.

c. composed of cell bodies, axons, and dendrites.

d. composed of neurotransmitters rather than neurons.

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In music

what would constitute as authorship?
Be sure to consider all the elements that are involved in a

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In music, what would constitute as authorship? Be sure to consider all the elements that are involved in a

musical work

What constitutes Authorship
in Art Music?
Christos Hatzis1
The field of Art Music is based on sufficiently different values than those of popular
music. According to the author, a (classical)…
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Listen to the recording of Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun

by

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Listen to the recording of Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, by

Debussy and answer the following questions:

  • What instrument plays the opening melody?
  • What instruments do you notice the most in this piece?
  • Why isn’t this piece called a concerto if one or two instruments are the main soloists for most of the work?
  • How would you describe the meter and tempo?
  • What instrumental family is missing and why do you think that is?
  • If you were going to describe this song to a friend, what would you say?

Link to recording:

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1)…

what do all melodies have in common and what are the terms that Western musicians use to define the

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1) what do all melodies have in common and what are the terms that Western musicians use to define the

structural elements of every melody?

2) What are some of the ways that the meaning, roles, and function of music differ markedly from cuure to cuure and what is the basic definition of music? Why must music be understood in reference to the society in which it arises?

3) Draw and discuss the purpose and usefulness of the circle of fifth and how it relates to all music as well as the overtone series.

4) Define the term rhythm. Include in your discussion the difference between beat and meter and discuss and define free rhythm and polyrhythm.

5) What are some ways that music helps to create and maintain community and why is music often an important component of religious ritual?

6) How can music be an object of memory? What are some of the processes that musicologists and performers can use to reconstruct broken musical traditions?

7) What is encuuration? Discuss the many ways in which musical tradition is learned. What is musical transmission?

8) Discuss and notate the chromatic scale. What are the important elements in its construction. Name at least one important piece of music that features a chromatic scale.

9) Tell everything you know about Tuvan music including who the Tuvan are, where they live, why the horse is important to them and how their music is unique.

10) What are the important things to consider when trying to recreate music from early times, the 14th-16th century for example.

I need a answer for this

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Most melodies begin on either I/VII or V. Exceptions to this rule are a few but almost all of them
do. Also all melodies end on I/VII with the exception of a very few. When a melody ends on I…
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I need help with my music class assignmentI used an old track from my friend

So I need help in

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I need help with my music class assignment

I used an old track from my friend

So I need help in

answering these questions

Just answer with what you think fit with the question

1. Describe the form of your song. 2. Describe some of the Elements that were important to you (pulse, rhythm,
melody, harmony, phrase, form etc) 3. Describe aspects of the song that pertain to The Feel. 4. Describe the Cuural context of your song. For example: Genre? Is it political?
was it made with your friends? were there any interpersonal dynamics that
occurred? does the song reference something in cuure? 5. Describe the software and hardware you used to make this recording. And
anything else that is pertinent to you about the Delivery. 6. As we discussed in class, music often quot;tradesquot; on a certain element – the song
might be more melodically rich than harmonic; it might be more rhythmically
rich than formally. What does your song trade on? In other words, if you had to
write a tweet about your song, and the most notable part of it, what would it
be? (please avoid saying anything like quot;it just sucksquot;)
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