Free Essays on Communal Harmony

  1. Componet study of the German song Du bist wie eine Blume text, rhythm, meter, and tempo, melody, form, voice, harmony, and dynamics, phrasing and musical articulation.

    study the piece and prepare it properly. This component study involves seven detailed parts, text, rhythm, meter, and tempo, melody, form, voice, harmony, and dynamics, phrasing and musical articulation. Reading through the text of the song silently first is necessary for studying any song but more...

  2. Analysis of Bach Allemande

    notes, such as the neighbour and passing notes, to leave the score as a basic four part chorale-like piece with two chords to a bar, following the harmonies. I began the reduction by taking the G minor arpeggio in bar 1 and taking away the Bb, and top G in the bass to leave the bass part with a G...

  3. Little Wing Analysis

    guitar melody outlines the chord changes by beginning each bar with a bass root note, doubled by the glockenspiel. The melody seemingly alters the harmony in cycle one from what is described above. For instance, the first bar of the other cycles is simply eb, but the phrases on the last two beats of bar...

  4. K. 332 First Movement Analysis

    present study this classical form. But, there are some things that Mozart included that were innovative and surprising for the times. These include harmonies that differ slightly from what were common, and motivic sequences that were quite originative. The motivic sequences other composers included in...

  5. Song Profile: Paranoid Android by Radiohead

    distinct sections melded into a single piece. Earlier artists such as The Beatles and The Beach Boys used the heavily textured multi-tracked vocal harmonies like those featured in “Paranoid Android.” The three sections of “Paranoid Android” create the form: {ABCB’}. Each section develops by gradually...

  6. Japanese Cinematic Style

    become a large part Japan’s developing national film style. At the time, the Japanese life was in greater harmony with nature than in most countries. Japanese people, therefore, were at greater harmony with their own natures as well. Films in other countries were expected to improve on real life, to provide...

  7. The Personal Practices Related to Communal Faith

    history, and mythology, as well as personal faith and religious experience. The term "religion" refers to both the personal practices related to communal faith and to group rituals and communication stemming from shared conviction. "Religion" is sometimes used interchangeably with "faith" or "belief...

  8. Analysis the Tonight Ensemble from West Side Story

    renowned for his 'double choruses' where two different melodies, with different and possibly opposing themes in the lyrics, would fit against the same harmony. Puccini, in Turandot has ensembles where several characters sing their own melodic lines with different points of view and emotions being expressed...

  9. Moazer

    other musicians were present. The tale of a storm and snow is false; the day was calm and mild. The expression "common grave" refers to neither a communal grave nor a pauper's grave, but to an individual grave for a member of the common people . Common graves were subject to excavation after ten years;...

  10. Form in Chopin Nocturne in D Flat Major

    In Nocturne in D flat Major, Frederic Chopin (1810-1849) creates a complex work that consists of complicated harmonies and rhythmic motives. These two components are interwoven to build elaborate themes which lead to a melodic design that Chopin is known for. The piece has multiple key elements that...

  11. Equus: Human Conflicts and the Trinity

    wife, and between him and his son. The mother’s god is likewise false, for her obsessive piety makes her judgmentally harsh and fails to produce harmony in her existence. When the crisis comes, Dora Strang is vindictive toward both her husband and her son. In a scene of unexpected violence, she slaps...

  12. L’amante Segreto: Voglio Morire - Barbara Strozzi

    using generic letter names: ABA. The tonality of this cantata is minor. In some sections the harmony is difficult to analyze using functional chord labels. This is because it is based on modal harmony. The cantata had been written before the equal temperament tuning system had been established. Strozzi...

  13. Harmony Within

    designation of divine beings, but there are the gods and goddesses with their roles in life and the natural world. In communion with divinity and harmony for a prosperous life, Taoism holds to an idea termed, wuwei (pronounced woo-way) (Taoism, pp.11). Many have interpreted this philosophy as ‘non-action'...

  14. Hindu Militancy and the State of Interreligious Dialogue in India

    took the toll of 57 persons but did not end up till the end of May 2002. It was yet another horror of violence and cold-blooded murder reflecting the communal carnage. Several cities and towns of Gujarat State were in flames. The Muslim minorities experienced their worst abyss of shock since the time of...

  15. Brave New World

    years' time. People of these castes make up the majority of human society, and the production of such specialised children bolsters the efficiency and harmony of society, since these people are deliberately limited in their cognitive and physical abilities, as well as the scope of their ambitions and the...

  16. ART 340 Week 2 Individual Assignment Music Terms Paper Melody Harmony Rhythm

    Music Terms Paper Melody Harmony Rhythm For more course tutorials visit www.uophelp.com Write a 350- to 700-word paper citing 3 references in which you examine musical terms. In your paper, describe the differences among the following musical terms: Melody, Harmony & Rhythm --------------...

  17. Beaten Path, Lonely Travellers a Journey Into ‘ the Other’

    libraries. I started publishing books on themes related to religions and dialogue: Quest for Harmony – An Anthology of Religions in Dialogue (2002), Religions in Public Life – A Practical Guide to Religious Harmony (2004), and Practice of Interreligious Dialogue - A Formation Manual of Education and Training...

  18. Bravest Moment

    disobedience campaign and Gandhi’s refusal to support the concept of weighted voting rights for India’s Muslim minority. With the constant disagreements and communal violence between the Hindus and Muslims, Jinnah felt that Muslims had no future in India. With the end of British rule in 1947, not only did India...

  19. History of 1803

    They were called Harminists, more popularly known as Rappites after their leader George Rapp. George Rapp established a communal settlement near Pittsburgh, which they called Harmony. Glove manufacturing also began in 1803. The manufacturing began in Gloversville New York. It was started by Ezekiel...

  20. Hannah

    short on practicality--which, of course, infuriates Pete. Once a member of an ashram in Berkeley, Donald has now been thrown out of a Pentecostal communal farm. There he has managed to give a load of groceries away to migrant workers and nearly burn the place down while cooking dinner. The story begins...

  21. MY best Job

    Marxism and commonly called Communism. Marx’s goal was to spiritually release mankind by freeing him of his economic chains and allowing him to find harmony with his fellow man and with nature (Fromm 3). Marx’s interests in economics started when he wrote two extensive essays on the position of Eifel peasants...

  22. The Defining Force of Life

    league, contributed a great deal to the creation of Pakistan. Before Jinnah’s great change of heart, he was seen as a possible champion of inter-communal cooperation in India. By his own words Jinnah proved this point, addressing the Muslim league, as its president, he stated “Toward the Hindus our...

  23. Gcse Music Analysis Peripetie-Schoenberg

    played simultaneously * The full range of the orchestra and its instruments is used HARMONY/TONALITY * Dissonant harmony * Atonal * Use of hexachords * Clashes within harmonies * No sense of key- non functional METRE * Metre changes from 3 4 to 2 4 to 4...

  24. Compare and Contrast the Baroque Music and Jazz

    of the late Renaissance music and favored homophonic texture. They also focused on harmony rather than the complexity of melodic lines. The growth of figured bass and counterpoint represents the development of harmony. However, by the late baroque period, polyphonic texture returned to favor. Famous...

  25. Judaism Hsc

    Judaism is a living dynamic religious tradition that provides meaning to its individual adherents and the Jewish community through their communal understanding of Jewish history, central beliefs, duties and restrictions required by the faith. The central beliefs of Judaism are monotheism, a Covenant...

  26. Select One Musical Work from the Period 1100-1500 and Discuss Its Musical Background, Function and Characteristics.

    will flow together stepping from usually a 2nd or 3rd, meaning that the movement of this ballata is of a conjunct nature. In order to understand the harmony of this piece it is important to look at the chords and triads. This means looking at chords with the notes built up of up the first, third, and fifth...

  27. Concert Attendance Paper

    seemed to me that when the melody in the cello ascended, the melody in the piano descended. It had a lyrical mood to it and it was beautiful. The harmony, at this point, was still in a major key as the cello took over, characterized by a timbre that was dark. The mood was one of melancholy and I could...

  28. Trees; Nature's Gift to Man

    all the living beings inhabiting this earth, trees are out best friends. Mother Nature, in her infinite wisdom, has gifted them to man to live in harmony with him and to be of great service to him. Besides fruits, trees provide important raw materials for our industries. Industries provide employmentto...

  29. Business Outsourcing

    the people of various countries has increased leading to a better understanding and respect for other cultures and furthers in promoting peace and harmony between nations internationally. The companies are risking their customer’s privacy with outsourcing the information, however the customer stands to...

  30. Kolhapur

    communities of Gujaratis, Brahmins, Marwadis, Maharashtrian Jains, Lingayats and Sindhis with considerable poulation of Muslims next to Marathas. Communal harmony has been the proud culture of Kolhapur. Kolhapur has the distinction of having twoBhattaraka seats, that of Lakshmisena Swami and of Jinasena...

  31. TERRORISM

    seek to ensure the predominance of their faith, and others are motivated by an aggressive amalgam of these tendencies. Religious terrorism can be communal, genocidal, nihilistic, or revolutionary. Terrorism in different religions are following- CHRISTIANITY- During the Middle Ages, the Western Christian...

  32. Democracy

    cultural origins, liberal democracy is rooted in Western culture while Indonesian democracy has its own roots that emphasized the harmony between individual and communal interests. Democracy is the best form of government known so far.  It aims at giving the greatest happiness to the greatest number...

  33. raisin in the sun sumary

    and faded. Ruth gets up first and after some noticeable difficulty, rouses Travis and Walter as she makes breakfast. While Travis gets ready in the communal bathroom, Ruth and Walter talk in the kitchen. They do not seem happy, yet they engage in some light humor. They keep mentioning a check. Walter scans...

  34. Law and Political Violence

    METHODOLOGY 3 REVIEW OF LITERATURE 4 INTRODUCTION 6 POLITICAL VIOLENCE IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS 8 VIOLENCE-A VITAL INSTRUMENT IN INDIAN POLITICS 11 COMMUNAL & POLITICAL VIOLENCE 14 LAW AND POLITICAL VIOLENCE 15 CASE STUDY: THE NANDIGRAM VIOLENCE 20 CONCLUSION 22 BIBLIOGRAPHY 24 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY ...

  35. The Brave New World: India- a Nation in Transition.

    underworld don Javed bhai. Boyle indeed touches upon the key problems of the Indian society [orphans being turned to beggars, child prostitution, and communal riots] but fails to effectively project the modern nation in transition. In most of these movies, however, the female has either been less dealt...

  36. Censorship in India

    religion, caste, language or race. Although these restrictions on content were originally made with a view to maintaining communal and religious harmony, given the history of communal tension in the nation, popular opinion is that both laws are antiquated holdovers from colonial India. The problem is that...

  37. The History of Caklempong

    Wooden Armatur ELEMENTS OF MUSIC Music is an art form whose medium is sound. Common elements of music are pitch (which governs melody and harmony), rhythm (and its associated concepts tempo, meter, and articulation), dynamics, and the sonic qualities of timbre and texture. Rhythm is the flow...

  38. Three Modern Worldviews

    themselves. 5 To move beyond the limitations of these ways of thinking, it starts with an individual effort that should transform itself into a communal effort. This world is not as large as some people would have us believing. Our resources are not infinite, but actually quite the opposite. I’d...

  39. Similarities Between the Music of Debussy and the Painting of Turner

    and the landscape. Ruskin has said of Turner, "[he would] never give a quarter of an inch of canvas without a change in it, a melody as well as a harmony of one kind or another." This interests historians because Turner was one of the first artists to use this color-layering technique. In music,...

  40. Towards Lasting Peace

    uses reflective judgment to abstract from the private empirical aspects of our subjective representations in order to generate what might be called a commUnal or intersuLbjective perspective ... [It is] transcendental ... in the sense of opening tip the reflective horizon of commtinal meaning in terms of...

  41. An Analysis Of Symphony No

    happened to me. The whole piece is very consonant; I could not pick out any occurrences where instruments seemed to clash or create a dissonant harmony. This was an amazingly soft piece at times but there were also times where the instruments became so loud where it felt like I could not hear myself...

  42. Airbus A380

    where a society embraces group work and believes in shared efforts. The individuals work towards the betterment of the community of workplace. The communal interest is at stake than individual interests. The French are known for their individualism. The French had a good understanding of the software...

  43. Truly Music?

    their way of life. Ancient Greek and Indian philosophers defined music as tones ordered horizontally as melodies and vertically as harmonies. Common sayings such as "the harmony of the spheres" and "it is music to my ears" point to the notion that music is often ordered and pleasant to listen to. However...

  44. The Order of New World

    of justice and more secure in the quest for peace ,an era in which the nations of the world East and West, North and South can prosper and live in harmony. Many in the triumphalist West believe, that with positive US leadership a new, more stable and more international order could arise out of the straitjacket...

  45. Conflict Resolution and Culture: a Comparison Between American and Chinese Culture

    American culture? First it will look at Chinese culture and at Chinese conflict resolution. We will discuss Confucian values and progress through social harmony. How are conflicts discussed when they arise among Chinese people? What role does ‘face’ play in shaping Chinese ‘terms of peace’ which are acceptable...

  46. What, If Anything, Can the Study of Popular Music Contribute to Musicology

    musicologists studied. He claimed that there was a rich vocabulary for certain areas that were important in musicology's typical corpus, such as harmony, tonality, part-writing and form. However, there were less developed areas of vocabulary which were less developed in traditional musicology but important...

  47. Factors Influencing Guest Satisfaction

    furniture, and remote objects. Customers visually perceive colors as calm, chaotic, congenial, or intimate. It is important that the colors are in harmony with each other and fit the restaurants’ concept. Centre Objects are all items that are close to the customer or on their table, such as tableware...

  48. Community Service - Essay

    because it is not only character building but it forms the foundation for a strong community. Community service can be viewed on both a personal on communal level. It is important to recognize all that community service represents to both the individual and the community as a whole. However, it is imperative...

  49. Houston

    used in an "immoral" war - the U.S. war with Mexico. For breaking this law, Thoreau was forced to spend one night in the Concord jail Brook Farm Communal experiment in Massachusetts launched by George Ripley in 1841. Living here at different times were some of the leading intellectuals of the period...

  50. Future of Democracy in Pakistan

    Functionally, the Quaid’s also expected the nation’s irrevocable commitment to the ideals of democracy, pluralism, market economy, social justice, communal harmony and egalitarian order. He visualized a Pakistan that would be stable politically and strong economically where its people could live their lives...

  51. The Power of Music

    to serve as funeral dirges, as accompaniments to dancing, or to serenade a lover."(p171) However, the music's form, style, texture, and system of harmony, is a s varied as the personalities found on any given New York City subway train. From simple folk songs, to religious chants; from Carnegie Hall...

  52. Claude Debussy

    in 1872 he entered the Paris Conservatoire and studied there for eleven years. While he was there he studied Composition, Music theory and history, Harmony, piano as well as organ and solfege. He started to favor dissonance and intervals that were not favored during this time. He was a brilliant pianist...

  53. What Is Harmony

    What is harmony? Harmony is the pictures in which birds sing and flowers bloom, in which people live happily and work joyfully, and in which the global village enjoys peace and keeps prosperity. Harmony is the spiritual core of contemporary society. However, there still exist many phenomena against...

  54. The Spanish Influence

    sharing in the ethos of the society into which he was born, qualified to make fun of the Chinese newcomer who never quite succeeds in mastering the communal language. There is a certain level at which we are 'a people', there does exist a distinct common denominator of consciousness or culture. But an...

  55. John Corigliano - Music Research Paper

    Corigliano tends to create beautiful tonal music, he utilizes many postmodern musical characteristics used in music after 1900 such as dissonant melody and harmony. One of these features that create an unusual but pleasing effect is his method in incorporating fragment variation in harmonizing his piece. By this...

  56. Hope

    to a minimum and that neither disease nor deprivation will remain. As humans approach the “omega point” of their ultimate transcendence, spiritual harmony will increasingly prevail (T. de Chardin, 1970). Despite humanity’s extraordinary status as a cosmic phenomenon, are we really justified to view with...

  57. Structural Perspectives

    co-ordination and ways of dealing with differences); and latency or pattern-maintenance (means of achieving comparative stability).all these create harmony, like a machine which is working correctly. The concept of function refers to the contribution of the part to the whole. In other words, the function...

  58. Managerial Analysis and Communication

    illegal occupation of the whole tank which can lead to its extinction. This shall allow the people to utilize the tank as well as maintain social harmony in the village. SITUATION ANALYSIS Adimpur Gram Vikas Sahakari Mandali (AGVSM) is a cooperative society in Adimpur village of Gurjar state started...

  59. Comparing the Theories of Durkheim and Marx

    another way to perpetuate society’s collective beliefs. He said that the family was a structured environment that served as an instrument in social harmony. He also believed that the family was an important and effective mechanism to “internalize” social morals, instilling beliefs in individuals which...

  60. 6 Concepts of Music

    comparatively high or low * Direction of pitch movement: * Up, down, same level * Melody * A horizontal succession of pitches * Harmony * two or more pitches sounding together * indefinite pitch * untuned sounds, eg. The speaking voice * Definite pitch *...