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I need an outline first.

Write and submit an essay which provides a detailed discussion and musical analysis of- The final scene of Richard Strauss’s Salome. Will send some sources when hired. I need an outline first.

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They will understand how midi sequences are not music but simply information that give characteristics to music, such as instrument choice, rhythmic choice, volume, and more.

Students will write their own MIDI songs online. The project will help students understand how
MIDI organizes music, and how MIDI can offer great flexibility in programming music. They will
understand how MIDI sequences are not music but simply information that give characteristics to
music, such as instrument choice, rhythmic choice, volume, and more.
Read unit 5 and review the power point
Chapter 5 – MIDI.ppt Download Chapter 5 – MIDI.ppt
Complete the Unit Project from the book.
Compose 2 MIDI sequences, export as an Mp3 not .mid (midi file) and upload to canvas
You may use any DAW of your choice,
This project call for two separate compositions . Make sure to have:
two different tempos (bpm)
two different drum beats
have two different sets of 4 instruments in each composition
Name each composition (lastname_title.mp3)
Use Resource 2 if you do not have a DAW
Online Sequencer (Links to an external site.)
To save your work in the online sequencer see below: Use the pulldown menu nest to the cloud upload icon to save and export your file.

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We regard bach as a creative and productive artist, both as a composer and performer, but these job requirements list time-consuming teaching duties and restrictive personal conduct.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a music multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Read the list of duties Bach was required to fulfill for his job in Leipzig, then answer the questions. Copy and paste the list of questions, then reply below each one so we see the connection between the question and your response. There is not a minimum word count, but you are expected to demonstrate that you studied the PDF and gave thoughtful reflection.
Describe one or two of the listed duties that stand out to you as surprising or unexpected.
List some conditions our society believes someone living now would need to thrive creatively.
We regard Bach as a creative and productive artist, both as a composer and performer, but these job requirements list time-consuming teaching duties and restrictive personal conduct. What can we learn about creativity and the creative process from Bach’s experience and musical output?

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Failure to submit an acceptable thesis (1st installment) by the 8th week will result in an automatic grade of f for the course.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a music writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Installment #1 (20 points): Students will submit the introduction of the paper (title, topic and the person related to your topic, why you chose this person and topic, and your thesis in bold print). This introduction may be anywhere from a few sentences to two pages in length, as long as the above requirements are met. Failure to submit an acceptable thesis (1st installment) by the 8th week will result in an automatic grade of F for the course.
Students will submit the introduction of the paper, which should include the title, the musician you chose to focus on, why you chose this person, and your thesis in bold print. This introduction may be anywhere from a few sentences to two pages in length, as long as the above requirements are met.
Below is a list of acceptable musicians to focus on… Louis Armstrong – Trumpet (PREFERED)
Early Jazz/New Orleans
Louis Armstrong -trumpet
Sidney Bechet – clarinet/soprano saxophone
Jelly Roll Morton – piano
Fats Waller – piano
Big Bands/Swing Era
Duke Ellington – piano
Count Basie – piano
Billie Holiday – voice
Lester Young – saxophone
Coleman Hawkins – saxophone
Benny Goodman – clarinet
Lionel Hampton – vibraphone
Be-Bop
Charlie Parker – saxophone
Dizzy Gillespie – trumpet
Thelonious Monk – piano
Ella Fitzgerald – voice
Sonny Rollins – saxophone
Charles Mingus – bass
Art Tatum – piano
Clifford Brown – trumpet
Sarah Vaughan – voice
Bud Powell – piano
Max Roach – drums
Roy Haynes – drums
Cool Jazz
Miles Davis – trumpet
Paul Chambers – bass
Cannonball Adderley – saxophone
Hard Bop
Art Blakey – drums/bandleader
Benny Golson – saxophone
Horace Silver – piano
Freddie Hubbard – trumpet
Lee Morgan – trumpet
Joe Henderson – saxophone
Tony Williams – drums
Elvin Jones – drums
Free Jazz
Ornette Coleman – saxophone
Cecil Taylor -piano
Sun Ra – alien
Anthony Braxton – saxophone
Charlie Haden – bass
Genre-crossing
Miles Davis – trumpet
John Coltrane – saxophone
Herbie Hancock – piano
Wayne Shorter – saxophone
Ron Carter – bass
Chick Corea – piano
Jaco Pastorius – electric bass
Piano Trio Leaders
Bill Evans – piano
Oscar Peterson – piano
Horace Silver – piano
Dave Brubeck – piano
Ahmad Jamal – piano
Kieth Jarrett – piano
Modern players (currently active)
Wynton Marsalis – trumpet
Branford Marsalis – saxophone
Chris Potter – saxophone
Brad Mehldau – piano
Joshua Redman – saxophone
Christian McBride – bass
Brian Blade – drums
Larry Goldings – piano/organ
Roy Hargrove – trumpet
Nicholas Payton – trumpet
Pat Metheny – guitar
John Scofield – guitar
Joe Lovano – saxophone
Michael Brecker – saxophone
Currently thriving
Robert Glasper – piano
Aaron Parks – piano
Ambrose Akinmusire – trumpet
Gilad Hekselman – guitar
Marcus Gilmore – drums
Eric Harland – drums

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Students can assume that they are teaching at a 6th-grade level and the students have a mastery of any previous concepts (ex: if teaching the four major stroke types, assume they understand full rebound strokes and sticking policy).

Learning Goal: I’m working on a music multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Create a 6-8 minute lesson plan explaining and demonstrating a fundamental snare drum concept from the list below. Students can assume that they are teaching at a 6th-grade level and the students have a mastery of any previous concepts (ex: if teaching the four major stroke types, assume they understand full rebound strokes and sticking policy).
Topics (pick one):
1) Grip/Fulcrum, Full rebound strokes, & Straight sticking policy at 8th and 16th note rhythms, with subdivisions.
2) The four major stroke types (full, down, tap, up) and how these are incorporated into various accent exercises and the “paradiddle” rudiment.
3) First exposure to double strokes, by both “stroking” the doubles out and utilizing rebound, including roll exercises.
Assignment Part 1:
Plan your lesson like you would plan a mini-lesson for a beginner class (6th grade). Assume everyone is “warmed up” and you can jump right into new material and exercises unless you need to reference concepts already mastered.
Utilize the Percussion Tech Snare Drum Packet from Canvas. I attached this below as a pdf file. If using exercises from this PDF, please have printed copies or present them on-screen so we can follow along as if we were your class. If using original materials, please have them printed or on-screen.
Any additional presentation tools are welcome. (slides, videos, etc.) However, these will not improve your grade. You will only be graded on the quality and delivery of your content.
I attached an example of what a lesson plan should look like in a pdf down below

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a music multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a music multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Please put your answers below each question and only answer
them using these two articles only. No other resource can be used. No Plagarism!!

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a music discussion question and need an explanatio

Learning Goal: I’m working on a music discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Read the information on Mozart and the Enlightenment below, listen to the two pieces of music in the links, and respond to the discussion prompt.
Link to Mozart and the Enlightenment (Links to an external site.)
Link to Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (Links to an external site.)
Link to Mozart’s “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik”–A Little Night Music (Links to an external site.)
Discussion Prompt:
Listen to the two pieces of music above. The first is by Bach and is a Baroque piece (before Enlightenment). The second is by Mozart and is an 18th c. Classical piece.
What differences can you hear in the two works in regard to melody, mood, and instrumentation? (I don’t expect musical expertise here-just a lay person’s)
Of the two composers, which do you find has the greater influence on contemporary popular music and why? Cite an example–e.g. Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” has Bach’s Basso Continuo (continual bass line). Approx. 500 words.
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