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of the a cappella style. That means that choirs sang without instruments. Perhaps the greatest development for the expansion of ordinary music was the invention of the printing press by Gutenberg in 1454. Now music could be reproduced quickly, before this it had had
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, immediately recognized the musical importance that his discovery held. He began playing several tunes for his colleagues, later creating the first prototype to be used as a musical instrument (later dubbed the Theremin, an anglicized version of Termin) the most
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. With this change in social philosophy came changes in musical trends. Previous Baroque style developed in to a new Classical, formed by a sensitive and profuse with ornamentation French rococo style, vocal and instrumental Italian gallant style, and northern German
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. Courtney, Richard. Shakespeare's World of Death: the early tragedies. Toronto: Simon & Pierre Publishing Company Limited, 1995.
An Instrument of Life; Hamlet's contribution to the play
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left out in the notes for the performers so the musicians would just improvise. For people to learn how to play instruments wich don't use notes, tablature had brought up around 3000 years ago. It shows the musician where to place his fingers.
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numbers and music.
Revolutionizing music, Pythagoras' findings generated theorems
and standards for musical scales, relationships, instruments, and
creative formation. Musical scales became defined, and
taught. Instrument makers began a precision approach
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actions such as movement and his behavior. In some instances music is dominant, in some it is subservient. If a character is moving quickly, you would have an instrument such as a violin playing rapidly and have it follow his actions. On the other hand
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To learn to listen to music, not just hear it. You need the right room, the right equipment, the perfect volume, the perfect spot, and (of course), the embracing of the music. After you have all the proper tools, you can sit and enjoy
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on the Australian continent B.C., this wind instrument was made with an empty branch of eucalyptus. This instrument still being used nowadays.
Music has played an important role in the human civilization, indeed music was present in all ancient societies (B.C. and A.C
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What is "Learning"? Discuss "classical conditioning" and "instrumental conditioning", and explain, with examples, their applications to marketing practice.
Learning is a relatively permanently change in behavior caused by experience. It is an ongoing
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