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Could you write five different journal entries about practicing singing the song

Could you write five different journal entries about practicing singing the song come fly with me by frank Sinatra with an accompanist. each journal entry just has to be one page and has to Include your current practice methods, routines, experiences, troubles, new concepts, etc.

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Hello tutor, I need help in analyzing rock and roll music. My professor needs th

Hello tutor, I need help in analyzing rock and roll music. My professor needs the work to be well cited and also ensure that it’s original and grammatically correct. Remember to cite the paper in APA format, edition 7.

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Could you write five different journal entries about practicing singing the song

Could you write five different journal entries about practicing singing the song come fly with me by frank Sinatra with an accompanist. Jornal 7, 8, 9 ,10 and 11. Each journal entry just has to be one page and has to Include your current practice methods, routines, experiences, troubles, new concepts, etc.
An example of what it should look like Is attached below but don’t copy that information

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This is a group assignment…collaboration Given the following types of praye

This is a group assignment…collaboration

Given the following types of prayer:
• confession (atonement)
• intersession (the needs of others)
• praise & thanksgiving
• adoration (the most noble form of prayer)
• mystical union (or ecstasy)
• salvation
• release

1. Select one type of prayer and define it in your own collective terms (not a citation).

2. Provide an example of this type of prayer. (With a cited source)

3. Locate a song that exemplifies your selected prayer type. Acknowledge the composer
and performer of the song.

4. Develop a ritual that underscores your selected prayer type. Describe (in writing) the
three phases of your ritual: separation (leaving the familiar), transition (a time of
testing, learning, growth & transformation) return (incorporation and reintegration).

5. Perform (or present) the song as a part of this ritual.

Submit one document for the group (summarize #1-4). Include everyone’s name on the
document.
https://www.ted.com/talks/karen_armstrong_my_wish_…
https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/15/us/christian-music-…

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Any discoveries of plagiarism will result in a failing grade for the paper and for the course.

((((*INTRODUCTION AND BODY PARAGRAPHS ARE COMPLETE! MUST COMPLETE LAST PORTION OF ESSAY.*))))
Final Installment (50 points): Your paper as a whole, should be a study of your choice musicians life, and their relevance to, and impact on the music world. Any parallels you can make that point to connections your musicians has to social issues from their time, especially those we are still struggling with, would be very important to bring up. Here is how you should build your paper:
Title and Name – Don’t forget these! They’re important!!
Introduction – The paper should begin with an introduction describing the person you chose, why you chose him/her, and stating your specific thesis (in bold print). *THIS IS COMPLETE* *THIS IS COMPLETE* *THIS IS COMPLETE*
Body of Paper – Use your Installment #2 as a guideline and begin by elaborate on the analysis you have already provided. If you follow that format, and continue to elaborate, you will naturally build the body of your paper. The body of the paper will also consist of background research on the music and culture pertaining to your chosen individual. *THIS IS COMPLETE*
Conclusion – The paper should end with a conclusion that revisits the original thesis, highlights what you learned through your research about the person you chose, and how the experience has impacted or altered your views about jazz, culture, and the world around you. The conclusion should be mostly in your own words, and it should revisit the original thesis, highlight what you learned as a result of your research and interview, and describe in detail how the experience has affected your opinions or views of jazz and how it relates to the world around you.
Bibliography – You must include a bibliography, showing that you used a variety of resources with at least 4 articles, books, and encyclopedias. You must include at least one of each of those. A good resource to start with is Oxford Music Online (http://library.calstate.edu/northridge/databases/proxy/20).
By university standards, this paper is supposed to be a minimum of 2,500 words minimum (not counting the bibliography), double spaced, in a common 12-point font. I, however am a firm believer in content, so as long as this is a well-researched, well-written paper, that shows that you learned as much as possible about your topic, then I believe that anywhere between 1,500-2,500 words is acceptable. So don’t feel obligated to meet that 2,500 quota. Content is the most important! If you paper is thin and it is obvious you did not put in any effort, your grade on paper will be marked down substantially.
Any discoveries of plagiarism will result in a failing grade for the paper and for the course. Please cite your sources and give credit where credit is due.
Please read the word doc with essay provided and complete conclusion portion of the essay about Louis Armstrong and his influence on Jazz music through trumpet playing.

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Describe, to the best of your ability, the transformation that occurs (there may be multiple ones), and the musical process through which it occurs.

Gradual Process
For this writing, I ask you to listen to a long composition by Morton Feldman posted in this week’s module, “Three Voices”. Additionally, choose ONE other piece from last week’s listenings, by either Éliane Radigue or by Alvin Lucier (but NOT the film “Cry Dr. Chicago!). Thus you will be writing about two pieces, one of which is “Three Voices”, and the other of which is a piece of your choice from Week 7.
The questions that I want you to address are these: How do these pieces function as the unfolding of a gradual process? What happens over the course of each piece that suggests a process of gradual change or transformation? Describe, to the best of your ability, the transformation that occurs (there may be multiple ones), and the musical process through which it occurs. Does change occur step-by-step, or continuously? Does the process stretch as one continuous event over the entire span of the piece, or are there different processes in sequence? or maybe even at the same time? Can you identify critical turning points in these pieces, after which point in the process the difference to the starting point is greater than the similarity?
As usual, no citations or filler information, no critiques or quality judgements, and a length of ca. 800-1200 words.
Listening:
Morton Feldman: Three Voices (1982)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZVsEbodf6orton Feldman: Three Voices (1982)
Éliane Radigue, “Étude” from “Opus 17” (1969-70)

Éliane Radigue, “Kyema” (1990)

Requirements: 1000 | .doc file

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Word count requirement 300

Word count requirement 300
Read one page of the article and answer the questions based on the content of the article
2 days of time

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Describe

Guidelines for Writing a Good Concert Report
Include the following:
Describe
the instrumentation – instruments and/or voices used in this
performance. You can write an overview of the performance but then it is
crucial that you describe specific musical selections in details. I
recommend that you make some notes while listening to the concert and
then write the paper consulting your notes.
How would you describe the overall
character of each musical selection?–for example: calm, lively,
agitated, cheerful, light, somber, etc. What
elements in the music make the piece sound this way?–tempo (fast or
slow), dynamics (soft or loud), instrumentation (who has the lead?),
pitch (major or minor key), or register (high or low sounds). How does
the piece or movement evolve through time? (Describe the various changes
that you hear)
What qualities make this music appealing to you (or not)?
Optional:
You may choose one piece from the concert and compare it to a a piece
by a composer we have studied in class. Comment on the similarities and
differences.
Support all your comments with a discussion. Be clear and specific. Use correct grammar and mechanics of writing. Make sure you use musical terms correctly.
The
concert review is about your description and comments on the music you
hear. This is not a research assignment: you don’t need to provide
historical information on the composers or pieces. Also, the primary
goal is to describe objectively what you hear in the music rather than
say whether you like it or not.
This is the checklist I use for grading papers:
-Concert description
Can I tell that the student watched the entire concert?
Is it clear what selection(s) the student is writing about?
-Description of what happens musically
-Correct use of musical terms
-Correlation between musical terms and character of the music
(i.e. “the fast tempo and the bright color of the trumpets made this movement sound very lively”)
-Good structure and correct English
-Descriptions
that are detailed and specific. Does the student describe interesting
or unusual elements that relate to specific pieces (or movements) in the
concert?
Papers must be 1000+ words in length, double-spaced, and in 12 pt. Times, Times New-Roman, or Arial font.

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Listening:

Gradual Process
For this writing, I ask you to listen to a long composition by Morton Feldman posted in this week’s module, “Three Voices”. Additionally, choose ONE other piece from last week’s listenings, by either Éliane Radigue or by Alvin Lucier (but NOT the film “Cry Dr. Chicago!). Thus you will be writing about two pieces, one of which is “Three Voices”, and the other of which is a piece of your choice from Week 7.
The questions that I want you to address are these: How do these pieces function as the unfolding of a gradual process? What happens over the course of each piece that suggests a process of gradual change or transformation? Describe, to the best of your ability, the transformation that occurs (there may be multiple ones), and the musical process through which it occurs. Does change occur step-by-step, or continuously? Does the process stretch as one continuous event over the entire span of the piece, or are there different processes in sequence? or maybe even at the same time? Can you identify critical turning points in these pieces, after which point in the process the difference to the starting point is greater than the similarity?
As usual, no citations or filler information, no critiques or quality judgements, and a length of ca. 800-1200 words.
Listening:
Morton Feldman: Three Voices (1982)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZVsEbodf6orton Feldman: Three Voices (1982)
Éliane Radigue, “Étude” from “Opus 17” (1969-70)

Éliane Radigue, “Kyema” (1990)

Requirements: 1000 | .doc file

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Can i tell that the student watched the entire concert?

Guidelines for Writing a Good Concert Report
Include the following:
Describe
the instrumentation – instruments and/or voices used in this
performance. You can write an overview of the performance but then it is
crucial that you describe specific musical selections in details. I
recommend that you make some notes while listening to the concert and
then write the paper consulting your notes.
How would you describe the overall
character of each musical selection?–for example: calm, lively,
agitated, cheerful, light, somber, etc. What
elements in the music make the piece sound this way?–tempo (fast or
slow), dynamics (soft or loud), instrumentation (who has the lead?),
pitch (major or minor key), or register (high or low sounds). How does
the piece or movement evolve through time? (Describe the various changes
that you hear)
What qualities make this music appealing to you (or not)?
Optional:
You may choose one piece from the concert and compare it to a a piece
by a composer we have studied in class. Comment on the similarities and
differences.
Support all your comments with a discussion. Be clear and specific. Use correct grammar and mechanics of writing. Make sure you use musical terms correctly.
The
concert review is about your description and comments on the music you
hear. This is not a research assignment: you don’t need to provide
historical information on the composers or pieces. Also, the primary
goal is to describe objectively what you hear in the music rather than
say whether you like it or not.
This is the checklist I use for grading papers:
-Concert description
Can I tell that the student watched the entire concert?
Is it clear what selection(s) the student is writing about?
-Description of what happens musically
-Correct use of musical terms
-Correlation between musical terms and character of the music
(i.e. “the fast tempo and the bright color of the trumpets made this movement sound very lively”)
-Good structure and correct English
-Descriptions
that are detailed and specific. Does the student describe interesting
or unusual elements that relate to specific pieces (or movements) in the
concert?
Papers must be 1000+ words in length, double-spaced, and in 12 pt. Times, Times New-Roman, or Arial font.