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.Recording technology has profoundly changed the landscape of music across multiples genres and on many different levels. How has it specifically impacted on classical music?

1.Recording technology has profoundly changed the landscape of music across multiples genres and on many different levels. How has it specifically impacted on classical music?
2.What problems are there in the way ethnomusicological field recordings were represented in the music of Deep Forest?
3.Sum up the relationship between film and opera/opera composers in the context of early historical development, pointed out by Graeme Koehne in his lecture. You must refer to film examples (mentioned in the lecture) in your discussion.
4.What is the difference between diegetic and non-diegetic sound/music? Compare and discuss the use of two Chinese musical instruments in one of the films Tsan-Huang Tsai demonstrated in his lecture.
5.With war in Europe, 2022 was never going to be a “normal” year for Eurovision. Evaluate this year’s win by the Ukraine using the framework of utopianism set out in the 2013 chapter by Mari Pajala. Is Pajala’s framework still useful with respect to this year’s win, and if not, why?

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a songwriting question and need an explanation and

Learning Goal: I’m working on a songwriting question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.see iformation attahed Tutorial 3 Grading CriteriaTutorial 3 Grading CriteriaCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome1. Is the recent picture of yourself scaled appropriately and integrated well into the selected background image?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome2. Does the selected background image have a visible shadow?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome3. Are the 2 images on the poster merged and have clean edges of merged photos (i.e., cannot see where you trimmed)?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome4. Is the shadow cast near your picture evident, matches the background shadow, and is correctly executed?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome5. Is the light source consistent between your picture and the background photo?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome6. Is the blended image on the poster reflective of your drawing skill in Illustrator?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome7. In the blended image, are the two end shape colors different and relate to the posters design intent?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome8. Is the Artist or Band name displayed in 3D text?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome9. Is the concert location displayed in warped text?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome10. Is the tour title displayed in vertical text?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome11. Is additional information provided, such as the concert date(s), list of top songs, special guest appearances, etc.?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome12. Layout: Is the photo graphic located at the top of the poster with the additional information and graphics listed below?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome13. Is the STATED design element appropriate to the poster design?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome14. Is the STATED design principle appropriate to the poster design?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome15. Has the information about the “primary design element” and “primary design principle” been stated with the type tool?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome16. Did you check your spelling? Are words misspelled or grammatically incorrect?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome17. Is your poster design cohesive? (subjective appraisal)1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome18. Is your poster design attractive? (subjective appraisal)1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome19. Is your poster design complete? (subjective appraisal)1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome20. Ensure regions of the layout are not cropped out of the final print. Is the final one page PDF correct?1 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 ptsTotal Points: 20
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” Baduizm” by Erykah Badu and the three songs you need to write about are: On & On, Next Lifetime, and Other side of the game

Learning Goal: I’m working on a songwriting writing question and need a sample publish to help me learn.You will be using the Album ” Baduizm” by Erykah Badu and the three songs you need to write about are: On & On, Next Lifetime, and Other side of the gameDescription You will have two short essays to complete, which will take the form of either an album or a concert review, 2-3 pages each. Your tone may be informal, as you might read in popular press or online magazines, or formal, as you might see in academic journals. You should address not only the music & lyrics/performance, but the historical and cultural context in which the album was released or in which the concert was performed. For the first review, you will be provided a list of historically significant albums/performances to choose from, all prior to the 2000s, listed below. For the second, you may write about any album you desire, past or present, or any concert you desire, be it a live one you attend or have attended, or a recording of one you found online. It is expected that you listen to/watch the entire album/concert, not just select songs, so that you may write about it as a whole. Specs 12 pt. font – Times New Roman Double Spaced 1” margins Header (name & date) Title 2-3 pages Components While you may be either formal or informal in your tone, your review should still follow a standard introduction-body-conclusion structure. Each section should include the following elements: Introduction Some sort of hook: something that will pull the reader in and make them interested to read more.
Basic background on the artist or group you are reviewing: Assume that the reader has never heard of this artist before. What type of music do they play? What other groups/genres/musical trends influence this artist’s work? What are they most well-known or notorious for? Why is this artist worth dedicating a review to? You don’t necessarily have to answer all of these questions, but addressing a few in two to three sentences will establish important background knowledge for the reader.
Thesis statement: this does not have to be academic in form, but the end of your introduction should indicate whether your overall review of the album/performance is positive or negative. Is the work impressive? Pedestrian? Groundbreaking? Lackluster? Disappointing? Revolutionary? Beyond just “this album/concert is good/bad,” the final bit of your introduction should provide a concise evaluation that you will elaborate upon, and possibly indicate why this particular album/concert is worthy of critical analysis and attention.
Other possible elements to consider in the body: Themes and topics addressed in the lyrics
Structure and composition of the lyrics
Structure and composition of the music
Performance of the music
Album cover art
Vocal performance
Body Context: what are the important political, social, professional, personal (for the artist), industrial, or technological contexts in which this album was released or this concert took place? You do not need to address all of these, but at the very least, you should detail one. No piece of art is produced in a vacuum – what are the other elements external to the music itself that influenced its creation?
Review of content: while you do not need to (and in fact should not) address every single song on an album or in a concert, you should detail a few of them. Provide an overall review of the album/concert as a whole, and then pick out a couple of standouts: songs that are either particularly exceptional, outliers, or sub-par. Why is this so? How do these songs represent a unique achievement for this artist? Moreover, why is the work as a whole significant? What is its impact on the artist’s career, on popular music more broadly, on popular culture even more broadly, or even on society? What is the power of this piece of art?
Conclusion Review main points: this is where you should summarize the bigger insights offered in the body. If you’ve written a lot, condense it down to a sentence or two here highlighting your main take-ways.
Restate thesis statement: you opened your review with a concise evaluation of the album/concert, so you should close it by reiterating this evaluation – not verbatim, and hopefully expressing a slightly new/different angle than what you established in the introduction, but after summarizing your main points, you should also summarize your overall take.
Closing statement: if the first sentence of your introduction is intended to pull the reader in and get them interested in your writing, the final sentence of your conclusion should give the reader something to think about now that they’ve finished what you’ve written.
Requirements: 2-3 pages Double space

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a songwriting question and need an explanation and

Learning Goal: I’m working on a songwriting question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.What are the musical characteristics of Louis Jordan’s song, “Caldonia”? What style of music did Louis Jordan become famous for? This blind musician learned to read and write music with Braille and played saxophone, clarinet, piano, and organ. Why is Cleveland, Ohio significant to the term, “rock ‘n’ roll”? Which record company did Etta James sing for? What song of hers first topped the charts? Which rocker wore sequin outfits and a pompadour hairdo? Which female R&B singer inspired later generations with her brassy, bluesy soul? Is little Richard an R&B artist or a rock ‘n’ roll artist? What’s the difference?
Requirements: Accurate & Detailed