Dutch Composers and Their Contributions to the Sacred Music of the Renaissance
Modern day Holland, or more properly, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, is a mix of old and new, foreign and domestic. It is a place of brotherhood and unity, where the population strives as one to continually reclaim itself from the ever encroaching sea. However, this was not always the case, as the Netherlands has only
British Popular Culture and The Music That Followed – Music Essay
I’m going to comment on the British pop culture of the 60’s and 70’s using as examples two of the most famous songs of the Beatles: Help! and Imagine. I am going to comment on those texts at the same time I place them into the historical and social context of the time.
Music lessons: effects/correlations on/between general and musical intelligence according to age and gender
Abstract – To investigate how music lessons, affects one’s improvement in general and musical Intelligence Quotient (IQ) by looking at IQ scores using tests. The review discusses the past research conducted identifying experimental flaws and limitations. The study intends to replicate previous research correcting their flaws and limitations. 54 participants (27 males/27 females) between the ages of 6 and 40 years old were recruited to complete 3 tests conducted at the University of Otago.
The effects of Rebellion on Contemporary Music – Music Research Paper
Throughout history, music has perhaps been one of the most influential elements in different cultures and societies. Music has become a universal language in which individuals of all sexes, races and ethnic backgrounds are able to unite and relate with one another through for a common purpose. The ancestry of music is one of the earliest forms of communication that has served as a tool for entertainment as well as holding educational purposes (Pleasants 1955:7). Over time, thousands of different styles and genres have evolved to make up the diverse world of music that is available for different preferences and interests.