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- "You say you want to die for love, but you know nothing of death, and know nothing of love

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I know there's something in the wake of your smile
I get a notion from the look in your eyes, yea
You've built a love, but that love falls apart
Your little piece of heaven turns to dark

Listen to your heart
When he's calling for you
Listen to your heart
There's nothing else you can do
I don't know where you're going
And I don't know why
But listen to your heart
Before you tell him goodbye

Sometimes you wonder if this fight is worthwhile
The precious moments are all lost in the tide, yea
They're swept away and nothing is what is seems
The feeling of belonging to your dreams

Listen to your heart
When he's calling for you
Listen to your heart
There's nothing else you can do
I don't know where you're going
And I don't know why
But listen to your heart
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Rihanna - stay

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EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE

 Sol                   Mim
Every breath you take, every move you make, 
                Do                    Re 
Every bond you break, every step you take, 
                      Mim
I'll be watching you. 
             Sol                 Mim
Every single day, every word you say,
                Do                   Re
Every game you play, every night you stay, 
                     Sol
I'll be watching you.
             Do   Sib             Sol
Oh, can't you see,   you belong to me.
                La                         Re
How my poor heart aches with every step you take.
                Sol                 Mim
Every move you make, every vow you break,
                Do                     Re
Every smile you fake,
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prizes

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Pulitzer Pr: Collected Poems, The Man Who Died Twice, Tristam. / Phot, transc reality early 20th. Walker Evans depicts Am mind w comb nature & architecture (tech advances). Avant garde magazine Camera Work. Skyscrapers. Chrysler build. Or Brook. Bridge were built. Leadership of the US. Industrialism, no farm. Immigration WWII. Rob: last examp. Purit & soc realism. / Gardiner (Tilbury), Maine / Anne Brad. / Levitation. Delicate, classics / Captain Craig, Roosevelt, NY. / Pulit.P>famous but family prob. Writing consolation, no married. Private, mysterious in person. & poetr. / Conscious ancestors, puritanism repl industrial.>losing sth & not adapt new realit. / Own mind rather than natur. / Poetr: 3 main -characteriz: theatre,
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Walt

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  • Walt Whitman: I Hear America Singing, I Sit and Look Out, Beat! Beat! Drums!, Song of Myself

  • Frederick Douglass: The Narrative of Frederick Douglass

  • Unknown: Go Down Moses, Follow the Drinkin’ Gourd, Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

  • Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn

  • Jack London: Law of Life

  • Langston Hughes: I too, Harlem, The Negro Speaks of Rivers, The Weary Blues

    • Rivers: Euphrates, Congo, Nile, Mississippi

  • Zora Neale Hurston: How It Feels To Be Colored Me

  • Edwin Arlington Robinson: Richard Cory, Miniver Cheever

  • Ernest Hemingway: In Another Country, A Clean Well-Lighted Place

  • TS Eliot:The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock

  • William Faulkner: A Rose for Emily

  • Flannery O’Connor: The Life You Save May Be Your Own

  • J.D. Salinger: The Catcher in the Rye

Music Professionals

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Music profressions:
  • Composers: create a piece of music. Develop their idea and write it on paper.
  • Performers: When a composer creates a piece of music we need someone to play or represent it for us.
  • Soloists: Star performers in a musical work. They must give excelent performances.
  • Music groups: The members must all play in a coordinated way.
  • Conductors: They are essential. They help coordinate and direct the players or singers. They study the score and help the orchestra play music in the appropiate way. Mark rythm, tuning of instruments.

Music teaching:

  • Primary/secondary school teaxers provide general music education.
  • Specialised teaxers give classes in music schools.

Construction and conservation of musical instruments:

  • Musicologists: Study music in
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g

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BAROQUE the 4 seasons A. Vivaldi form- concerto solista timb- inst: string orchestra gen- profane/instrumental lang-no pulse- tem: and/all mea: 4/4 text: pol- acc. Mel. Char- descriptive CLASSICISM piano sonata W. A. Mozart form- sonata tim: struck string piano genre- profane/instrumental lang-no pulse- tem: all mea: 4/4 text- pol- acc mel cha- pleasant MIDDLE AGES vidurent omnes anonymous form- gregorian chants genre- vocal religious tim- voice: male voices lang- latin text- monodic pulse- free rhythm cha- serious RENAISSANCE ave maria T. L. De victoria form- motet genre- vocal religious timber- voices: mixed choir lang- latin text- pol. Counterpoint pulse- regular, andante, triple time cha- expressive ROMANTICISM the trout F. Schubert form-
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lol

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.TREBLE CLEFF is a sign written at the


beginning of the staff in order

STAFF. Is a group of five lines 

where notes are written

SCORE. (partitura)   RCORDER. (flauta dulce)

FHYTHM. (ritmo)     FLUTE. (flauta travesera)

sound is produced when an objet 

vibrates that movement travels

 to sound waves until it reaches our ears

sound propagtes at higs speeds the 

sound waves travel by the earth 

 at three hundred M/S 

echo is when the sound bounces 

off a sofice and is repeted again

reverv is when the sound bounces

 of a sofice is not complete

- "You say you want to die for love, but you know nothing of death, and know nothing of love

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My composition is going to be about the music in thesecond half of the 20th Century. Music has changed abruptly from the 50’s to the 90’s, and these Changes are amazing: The growth of music styles and appearance of some new Ones.

The world audience for music in the 1950s was the Largest in history. Rock and Roll was just in its infancy, but LOTS of it was Created. Classical music was still very popular. Blues, swing and jazz were Easily accessible.

            The 1960s were one of the most creative periods in modern man’s history. Sex, love, (drugs) and rock & roll was a way of life. Think of all the Unbelievable musicians in this decade: The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix … It was by far the most influential... Continue reading "- "You say you want to die for love, but you know nothing of death, and know nothing of love" »

Clasicism in music

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Characteristics of classical music:

1. Classical music has a lighter, clearer texture than Baroque music and its less complex. It is mainly homophonic, in which the melody is featured above chordal accompainment.

2. Variety + contrast within a piece became more pronnunced than before. Variety of keys, melodies, rythms and dynamics along with frequent changes of mood.

3. The orchestra increased in size and range. New instruments were added to it, and others were created, being one of the most important of them the the pianoforte, and later on the piano.

4.Much more importance was given to the instrumental genre, in which the main types were sonata, trio, string quartet, symphony and concerto.

5. Opera continued growing in importance and it was still
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Post romanticism music characteristics

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Characteristics of Romanticism


1. Freedom of form and design

2. Emphasis on self expression and individual creativity

3. The composers and performers will de known by their virtuosity + generality

4. The composers will deliberately create a type of music that will have an specific national identity

5. Program music will be inspired in a text, story or poem

6. New forms of harmony will be explored and new types of chords will de used.

Composers: Chopin, Rossini and Puccini

Verdi: one of the most important composers of opera, he was Italian and he wrote operas in which an strong natioanl feeling was developed.

Wagner: also one of the most important composers of opera, he was german and he explored the Scandinavian myths and created the so called leitmotifs.
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