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I am a African American use that to get my history. Most people living in the Un

I am a African American use that to get my history. Most people living in the United States are descendants of immigrants who either chose or needed to come here from other parts of the world. (The two greatest exceptions are Native Americans, who lived here for thousands of years before the first Europeans arrived, and African Americans, who were brought here against their will as slaves.) Our university student population is just as diverse, as we have many international students in addition to our US citizen students.
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Your task is to trace one of your own ancestors (any generation), research their cultural background, and provide an annotated list of ten examples of music from that country/region. Choose someone born in a country other than the United States, unless you are descended from any of the various Native American tribes. This may be a parent, adopted parent or guardian, grandparent, great-grandparent, or anyone you’re able to research. If you are unable to find someone, please email your professor to have the project adapted. There are plenty of great ways to approach this.
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The point of this assignment is to place yourself in the shoes of someone listen

The point of this assignment is to place yourself in the shoes of someone listening to this piece of music for the first time in the style of a historical narrative. In this case, my persona for this narrative is an aristocrat. My chosen piece of music is “Amarilli, Mia Bella” by Giulio Caccini. Be sure to include a bibliography of at least five sources. More details in the attached document.

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Revisiting the words of Aaron Copland from “Copland on Music” (1944), he observe

Revisiting the words of Aaron Copland from “Copland on Music” (1944), he observes:
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Music is designed, like the other arts, to absorb entirely our mental attention. Its emotional charge is embedded in a challenging texture, so that one must be ready at an instant’s notice to lend attention wherever it is most required in order not to be lost in a sea of notes…. It is, in fact, the immediacy of this marriage of mind and heart, this very fusion of musical cerebration directed toward an emotionally purposeful end, that typifies the art of music and makes it different from all other arts.
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Choose ONE multi-movement piece of music from this “Representative Works” link, discuss the compositional details of each movement, and discuss the emotional impact of the movements and the composition as a whole. For each movement of your chosen work, you must include both objective analysis of the piece’s composition and subjective interpretation of its emotional content, as well as how the two are related. Your analysis should focus on at least six of the eight elements of music that we have studied in this course (see below) and you should discuss two different elements of music per movement of your chosen work (i.e., for a four-movement work, you may discuss all eight elements of music or you may discuss two elements twice).
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Elements of Music: melody, harmony, rhythm (beat, meter, tempo), tonality, texture, timbre or tone color, dynamics, and form (either a type [binary, ternary, sonata, rondo, etc.] or a technique [repetition, contrast, variation, etc.])
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Your essay must be 1000-1250 words long and should be written in multiple paragraphs, as follows:
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Write a solid introductory paragraph [200-250 words] in which you explain Copland’s quotation in your own words, leading into the introduction of your selected piece of music. You may restate any portion(s) of the quotation in your explanation, though quotes will NOT count towards the word requirements of this paragraph or the essay. In introducing your chosen work, include any relevant information about the work, and explain why you chose it to illustrate Copland’s concept that music relies on “the immediacy of this marriage of mind and heart, this very fusion of musical cerebration directed toward an emotionally purposeful end.”
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Write a solid paragraph [200-250 words] in which you analyze the composition, interpret the emotional content, and explain how the two are related in the first movement of your chosen work. Remember that your analysis of this movement must focus on two elements of music.
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Write a solid paragraph [200-250 words] in which you analyze the composition, interpret the emotional content, and explain how the two are related in the second movement of your chosen work. Remember that your analysis of this movement must focus on two different elements of music than those previously used.
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Write a solid paragraph [200-250 words] in which you analyze the composition, interpret the emotional content, and explain how the two are related in the third movement of your chosen work. Remember that your analysis of this movement must focus on two different elements of music than those previously used.
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If your work includes a fourth movement, write a solid paragraph [200-250 words] in which you analyze the composition, interpret the emotional content, and explain how the two are related in the fourth movement of your chosen work. Remember that your analysis of this movement may focus on different elements of music than those previously used or it may focus on two of the same elements that were previously used.
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Write a Summary paragraph [200-250 words], concluding with how you might find relevance to the quotation and what you have learned in Music Appreciation in your “human experience,” beyond the course.
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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
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Outside research is NOT permitted for this assignment. While you may review the course material as needed, you may not conduct ANY research on your chosen works. Doing so will be considered academic dishonesty, resulting in your essay earning a “0” grade.
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Your completed essay must be submitted by the posted due date as a PDF file via the submission link for this assignment. Late submissions will not be accepted for any reason, except in the case of significant documented medical and/or personal issues.
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Your essay MUST be formatted as “print-ready”, with one-inch margins, double spacing, indented paragraphs, page numbers, and a standard 10- to 12-point black font (e.g., Calibri). Include a title (e.g., Course Essay), your name, date, course, and section at the top of your essay.
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Your completed essay should be carefully compared to the below rubric before being submitted. In addition to the items listed on the rubric, point deductions up to 20% of the essay grade (30 pts.) may be incurred for writing and/or formatting issues.
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Properly punctuate and format work titles as done on the “Representative Works” page. After doing so the first time in your writing, you should refer to each work simply by punctuated title OR by artist and work type (e.g., Cole’s painting) – not by both.
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When discussing a work of music, focus on the work’s emotional content rather than on imagery that it inspires (e.g., no “it made me think of a field of flowers”). Also, please do not reference cartoons when discussing a piece of music (e.g., no “Tom & Jerry” or Disney).

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The point of this assignment is to place yourself in the shoes of someone listen

The point of this assignment is to place yourself in the shoes of someone listening to this piece of music for the first time in the style of a historical narrative. In this case, my persona for this narrative is an aristocrat. My chosen piece of music is “Amarilli, Mia Bella” by Giulio Caccini. Be sure to include a bibliography of at least five sources. More details in the attached document.

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Please submit an abstract that indicates the argument and relevance of the propo

Please submit an abstract that indicates the argument and relevance of the proposed presentation in no more than 300 words.Please check if the abstract answers some of the following questions:How do we assess Ukraine’s place in music history? How can we situate it in broader European and global contexts? What is the role and meaning of a national music history in a context of changing borders, of shifting and hybrid identities? What part do questions of ethnicity, language, and religious denomination play in attempts to portray the music culture of a historically multicultural society? And what is the place of the diaspora in the music history of Ukraine?
Which musical canons have been formed over time, what purposes have they served, and how stable have they been? Given the lingering legacies of imperialism, how can we decolonize the discussion of repertoires previously subsumed into imperial narratives? And how can we do so without slipping into methodological nationalism?
We welcome contributions to these and other matters related to Ukraine, whether in the form of broad historiographical discussions or as detailed case studies. In addition to examinations of musical traditions within Ukraine and the diaspora we are also interested in the musical representations of Ukraine and the reception of musical Ukraine in other cultural traditions.

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Revisiting the words of Aaron Copland from “Copland on Music” (1944), he observe

Revisiting the words of Aaron Copland from “Copland on Music” (1944), he observes:
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Music is designed, like the other arts, to absorb entirely our mental attention. Its emotional charge is embedded in a challenging texture, so that one must be ready at an instant’s notice to lend attention wherever it is most required in order not to be lost in a sea of notes…. It is, in fact, the immediacy of this marriage of mind and heart, this very fusion of musical cerebration directed toward an emotionally purposeful end, that typifies the art of music and makes it different from all other arts.
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With Copland’s quotation in mind:
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Choose ONE multi-movement piece of music from this “Representative Works” link, discuss the compositional details of each movement, and discuss the emotional impact of the movements and the composition as a whole. For each movement of your chosen work, you must include both objective analysis of the piece’s composition and subjective interpretation of its emotional content, as well as how the two are related. Your analysis should focus on at least six of the eight elements of music that we have studied in this course (see below) and you should discuss two different elements of music per movement of your chosen work (i.e., for a four-movement work, you may discuss all eight elements of music or you may discuss two elements twice).
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Elements of Music: melody, harmony, rhythm (beat, meter, tempo), tonality, texture, timbre or tone color, dynamics, and form (either a type [binary, ternary, sonata, rondo, etc.] or a technique [repetition, contrast, variation, etc.])
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Your essay must be 1000-1250 words long and should be written in multiple paragraphs, as follows:
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Write a solid introductory paragraph [200-250 words] in which you explain Copland’s quotation in your own words, leading into the introduction of your selected piece of music. You may restate any portion(s) of the quotation in your explanation, though quotes will NOT count towards the word requirements of this paragraph or the essay. In introducing your chosen work, include any relevant information about the work, and explain why you chose it to illustrate Copland’s concept that music relies on “the immediacy of this marriage of mind and heart, this very fusion of musical cerebration directed toward an emotionally purposeful end.”
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Write a solid paragraph [200-250 words] in which you analyze the composition, interpret the emotional content, and explain how the two are related in the first movement of your chosen work. Remember that your analysis of this movement must focus on two elements of music.
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Write a solid paragraph [200-250 words] in which you analyze the composition, interpret the emotional content, and explain how the two are related in the second movement of your chosen work. Remember that your analysis of this movement must focus on two different elements of music than those previously used.
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Write a solid paragraph [200-250 words] in which you analyze the composition, interpret the emotional content, and explain how the two are related in the third movement of your chosen work. Remember that your analysis of this movement must focus on two different elements of music than those previously used.
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If your work includes a fourth movement, write a solid paragraph [200-250 words] in which you analyze the composition, interpret the emotional content, and explain how the two are related in the fourth movement of your chosen work. Remember that your analysis of this movement may focus on different elements of music than those previously used or it may focus on two of the same elements that were previously used.
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Write a Summary paragraph [200-250 words], concluding with how you might find relevance to the quotation and what you have learned in Music Appreciation in your “human experience,” beyond the course.
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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
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Outside research is NOT permitted for this assignment. While you may review the course material as needed, you may not conduct ANY research on your chosen works. Doing so will be considered academic dishonesty, resulting in your essay earning a “0” grade.
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Your completed essay must be submitted by the posted due date as a PDF file via the submission link for this assignment. Late submissions will not be accepted for any reason, except in the case of significant documented medical and/or personal issues.
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Your essay MUST be formatted as “print-ready”, with one-inch margins, double spacing, indented paragraphs, page numbers, and a standard 10- to 12-point black font (e.g., Calibri). Include a title (e.g., Course Essay), your name, date, course, and section at the top of your essay.
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Your completed essay should be carefully compared to the below rubric before being submitted. In addition to the items listed on the rubric, point deductions up to 20% of the essay grade (30 pts.) may be incurred for writing and/or formatting issues.
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Properly punctuate and format work titles as done on the “Representative Works” page. After doing so the first time in your writing, you should refer to each work simply by punctuated title OR by artist and work type (e.g., Cole’s painting) – not by both.
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When discussing a work of music, focus on the work’s emotional content rather than on imagery that it inspires (e.g., no “it made me think of a field of flowers”). Also, please do not reference cartoons when discussing a piece of music (e.g., no “Tom & Jerry” or Disney).

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Read Vande Moortele’s ‘ article and consider the following: how effective is Hep

Read Vande Moortele’s ‘ article and consider the following:
how effective is Hepokoski and Darcy’s theory of deformation as a means of understanding nineteenth-century sonata forms? Is a theory of form for nineteenth-century music even possible or necessary? Include a musical example in your response.

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This assignment is a continuation of assignments ID1563900129, ID2492902021, ID2

This assignment is a continuation of assignments ID1563900129, ID2492902021, ID2168902947, ID6740905493, ID9698906139
and these assignments will be part of my Chapter One for my dissertation. Please see files attached from notes and lectures of professor. Reviews all and read this https://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4039&context=doctoral for example.***Instructions***The candidate will submit a data analysis for the study and topic “A Critical Mapping of Technology used in Music Education in Selected Primary Schools across the United States”.Quantitative Research Plan:
Data Analysis AssignmentData Analysis
The candidate will submit a well-developed data analysis section of his research study. The draft will include the pertinent statistical analysis technique; the research-based rationale for the technique selection; data screening processes; method for testing assumptions related to the technique; identified alpha (use Greek letter) established for the technique; and the effect size and convention necessary (use Greek letters where appropriate) arranged according to null hypotheses for a total of 2 pages.Candidates’ work should follow the Read: Street: Quantitative Research – Chapter 3 Checklists (Data Analysis), found in the files attached section.

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a proposal of no more than 500 words, including any footnotes or endnotes, submi

a proposal of no more than 500 words, including any footnotes or endnotes, submitted as a PDF file. The proposal may be accompanied by a maximum of four pages of supplementary material (such as musical examples, diagrams, and bibliography), not to be counted within the 500-word limit, and compiled together with the proposal into a single PDF file. Note that any supplementary text (e.g., example captions and analytical annotations) should not appreciably add to the word count of the proposal. Proposals must not include the author’s name and should be purged of any indications of the author’s identity. Author tags must be removed from electronic files. The program committee will be looking for submissions that include:
1. Clearly articulated arguments and conclusions.
2. New approaches or fields of inquiry, and/or novel extensions of existing approaches. 3. Implications for the field in terms of musical and theoretical richness.
4. Strong writing and clear presentation of ideas.
5. Examples, if needed, that helpfully illustrate the project.PLEASE USE THE MATERIAL FROM MY ESSAY, ALSO PLEASE ADD ANYTHING YOU THINK IS NEEDED, INCLUDING MUSIC EXAMPLES ETC.

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Links and documents provided below 1. https://youtu.be/jJvjWh2Vhu4

Links and documents provided below
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1. https://youtu.be/jJvjWh2Vhu4
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2. https://youtu.be/1kPnjoYhby8
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3. https://youtu.be/u3vYOvQrwAo
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