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Chorus Line

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The motion picture was actually released in 1985 as it was adapted from the success of the Broadway musical.
The Chorus Line movie is…
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Composition Analysis. Handel, Messiah, Hallelujah Chorus

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Composition analysis, Handel, Messiah, Hallelujah Chorus: Like Many famous composers, George Friedric Handel (1685 – 1759) was a child prodigy. His father realized his talents at a very early age of eleven, when he was discovered by the Duke of Weissenfels, playing the organ…
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The Role of the Chorus in Euripides Play

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"The Tole of the Chorus in Euripides Plays" paper examines the role of the Chorus in Euripedes plays, Alcestis, Medea, Electra, and The Bacchae; and how do they differ and why is it significant. The chorus is a staple of ancient Greek drama, especially in earlier works…
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Examine the Role of the Chorus in Plays

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The writer of this essay investigates the role of the chorus as a tool for emphasizing and pointing stress in such plays as Sophocles’ "Oedipus at Colonus", "Medea", written by Euripides, and "The Gods Are Not to Blame", an adaptation by Ola Rotimi…
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The Function and Role of the Chorus in Medea and Lysistrata

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The role and the function of the chorus, in Euripides' Medea and Arisistophanes' Lysistrata, possess both similarities and differences. In both cases, the chorus functions to serve as an overarching commentary for the issues involved in the plays. On the other hand, the chorus is used as a main actor in Lysistrata whereas the chorus assumes a more detached role in Medea…
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The Magical Chorus - a History of Russian Culture from Tolstoy to Solzhenitsyn by Solomon Volkov

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The review "The Magical Chorus - a History of Russian Culture from Tolstoy to Solzhenitsyn by Solomon Volkov" examines the relationship between the Communist regime and its writers, painters, and other creative professionals,  how artists coped with the pressure and uncertainty during the reign of Stalin and other authoritarian leaders.
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Discuss the various reactions that the Choragos and Chorus undergo throughout the play at various key points in Oedipus Rex

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Name: Tutor: Course: Date: Chorus Reactions in Oedipus Play In the context of classical literature, Oedipus play features as one of the most popular and successful domestic tragedies ever written. This Greek tragedy succeeds in communicating the intended message to its target audience through utilization of various literary techniques…
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Comparison of the three plays in the Oedipus Trilogy in regards to the function of the chorus and how the character of Creon is

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Name: Institution: Tutor: Course: Date: Oedipus Trilogy: The Function of the Chorus and How the Character of Creon is presented. Both Creon and Chorus are of fundamental value throughout the Oedipus trilogy. The Chorus plays a role of cautioning and advocating for goodness, stability, sense of wisdom and respect for the law…
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Short listening and assignment
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A group technique used in the jazz performance is riff. A riff adjunct is performed below soloists in the fourth chorus. The instrumental role of the piano in the jazz…
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Sophocles' King Oedipus
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Sophocles’ King Oedipus King Oedipus was one of three Greek plays produced by Sophocles in the year 429 BC. The other two plays by Sophocles are Antigone and Oedipus at Colonus. Most of the plays’ plots produced in Greek involved god, goddesses or human heroes…
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Lysistrata Unbound fit as a prequel to Aristophanes' original play
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Name of of Professor Course 21 February 2013 Lysistrata Unbound Fits as a Prequel to Aristophanes Lysistrata Introduction The play Lysistrata unbound by Aristophanes set the tone for the understanding of the plight of women during war times. The play centers on the role of the Greek women in finding a lasting end to the Peloponnesian war…
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John Waller
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Musical expressions are not only created to be reflective of different theories and ideas or techniques. There is also an association with the philosophies and beliefs which the artist holds as well as how this relates to cultural and social beliefs. …
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ENG 201-Questions
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Name Tutor Course Date Question #1 Beneath all the propaganda for the ascendant Roman Empire and the story of Rome’s celebrating its establishment, Aneid is a poem that talks about inner realm of emptiness filled with tormented remorse and memories. The poem is presented in a state of lament…
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The song: Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles (2:08)
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The intro and bridge of the song “Aah, look at all the lonely people” offers continuity with the songs chorus. The song is a perfect example of mode mixture between Dorian mode and the…
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Jazz music willow weep for me
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Tatum starts the first chorus containing the melody after an introduction at 00:10 and ends at 01:27. The first chorus has three sections. The first section (A), second section (B) and third section (C). Every section has two bars. The melody played…
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Drama Sheet on Oedipus the King by Sophocles
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There are five major themes that are discussed in Oedipus the King. They are the following ones:…
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Portrayal's of Persians in Aeschylus' Persians and the Film 300
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Portrayals of Persians in Aeschylus' Persians and the Film 300 (2007) The Persians is on an Athenian tragedy by the Greek playwright Aeschylus. It was first produced in472 BCE. It is one of the oldest plays surviving plays, produced alongside three other plays…
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Homer, Shakespeare and Sophocles

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The word xenia is the Greek term for the concept of hospitality. This was a dominant theme in Greece and in literature, so much so that Zeus was the deity concerned with hospitality. Hospitality is a prevalent theme in the Odyssey and is an important one at the start of the story, where Penelope's suitors are abusing the hospitality of Odysseus…
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Murders in the Cathedral by T.S. Eliot
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Name of Instructor A Review of the Book, “Murders in the Cathedral” by T.S. Eliot 1. The type of mood set by the Chorus in their opening speech is anxiety and fear. The chorus instills angst among the audiences that death is just but around the corner; the death that will frighten many as it involves their church leader- the archbishop…
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Ancient Greek Theater
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Ancient Greek Theatre In contemporary historical terms Ancient Greece is remembered as an almost idealic land wherein democracy and intellect thrived and were cherished values. While in reality there was continued strive and hardship throughout this era, there are nonetheless a number of elements that emerged and lasted the test of time…
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Carmen by Georges Bizet - Report
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Carmen by Georges Bizet I saw a live professional opera performance of Carmen by Georges Bizet by the San Diego Opera at the San Diego Civic Theatre, May 14th 2011. The conductor was Edoardo Muller. The opera started at 7pm. The entire opera ran approximately 3 hours and 26 minutes and including two 20-minute intermissions…
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Murder in the Cathedral by T.S. Eliot
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Murder in the Cathedral by T. S. Eliot is a drama that portrays the assassination of Archbishop Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral in 1170, first performed in 1935. …
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The Nature of Tragedy in Antigone is Unique and Profound
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This essay declares that the Antigone has been one of the most enduring as well as popular of Greek tragedies. Though the series of events on which the plot is founded - the determination of Antigone to submit her life rather than boycott her customary duties…
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Rihanna Whats My Name
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In the paper “Rihanna What’s My Name” the author analyzes Rihanna’s ‘What’s My Name’. This song is considered a pop music song, and indeed it gained a great amount of popular acclaim upon its release. The song itself features pop singer Rihanna, but also the equally famous Drake…
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Music Theory
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Music Theory At times people listen to a song and immediately know that they are going to love it. The piece vibrates through their body and warms the heart. The song chosen to be presented in class has thought provoking lyrics, incredible similes, as well as a rhythm, which makes people knock their feet…
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Role and Nature of the Gods in Agamemnon
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The paper "Role and Nature of the Gods in Agamemnon" discuss in detail the Greek classic tragedy of Agamemnon. The role of Gods in the play is inevitable as the entire Greek myths revolve around stories of Gods and how they affected the lives of the humans on Earth…
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Analysis of the Performance of Oedipus
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The author concludes that the performance of Robert as Oedipus lacked the punch, it could have been so much better had he not eaten his own words. Clarity of speech is really important when it comes to performing a classic tragedy but Robert fell flat.    …
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Analysis of Greek Play Medea By Euripides
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The author of the essay examines "Medea", written (originally in Greek) by Euripides in 431 BCE, a play about Medea, who helped Jason, the adventurer. She has made an enemy of her father, and married Jason; she settled down in Corinth with her husband. …
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Perspective of song lyrics and poems

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People can express themselves in poetry and lyrics in ways they could not do in regular prose and writing, and it allows them the utmost freedom of expression. It allows the…
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Love
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These two musical pieces lie on the opposite ends of the spectrum. Comparison of these two pieces would be a comparison of classical against modern pop. There are not…
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History of Comedy

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Some say appreciation for comedic effect is really what separates us from animals. Here, we compare the modern descendents of both old and new comedy. We review what makes each genre unique, provide two modern examples for each genre (total of 4 modern examples), and describe how each is related to the ancient genre.
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Mexico Lindo Y Querido by ChuchoMonge
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The author of this essay under the title "Mexico Lindo Y Querido by ChuchoMonge" comments on the outstanding song sang by Jorge Negrete who is nicknamed the Singing Charro. Admittedly, the song was composed as a show of patriotism to the country of Mexico…
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Anything of Van Morrison
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Anything of Van Morrison Name: Institution: A sense of Wonder by Van Morrison Introduction The 1945 born Irish Rock singer was an icon playing in his own league. The multi-talented singer performed a number of roles in the success of his music career doubling up as both a songwriter and a singer…
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Justice in Agamemnons Family in the Oresteia
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The author of the current essay "Justice in Agamemnon's Family in the Oresteia" underlines that the play starts with the announcement of the victory of King Agamemnon over Troy as a revenge mission for Paris Alexander kidnaping Helen while he was a guest of Menelaus…
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Analysis of drama with critical approaches to literature
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Much difference exists as for the created stories of tragedies by the authors and the tragedy in the real sense of the term, reading which each and every molecule of the reader gets surcharged, and shares the emotions…
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The song: Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles (2:08)
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The reason behind its opening with verse is because the chorus changes music change in the song along with eight bars.
Eleanor Rigby is a mixture of harmony and melody. The lead melody in the…
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Literature: Different Ways of Tragedy in Greek Drama
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The writer of the present essay "Literature: Different Ways of Tragedy in Greek Drama" will analyze the characters of Greek drama concerning the subject of tragedy. Additionally, the essay reveals a brief insight into what a tragedy is and how it works in literature. …
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Define three characters or character types from one play by Aristophanes and one by Plautus,not assigned so far. Analyze ur char
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Name Date Character Analysis Play of Aristophanes- Lysistrata In this play Lysistrata there are quite a few characters out of which the major character is Lysistrata, Kineseas and Chorus of old men and women. Aristophanes plays no fiddle with his characters…
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Oedipus the King by Sophocles
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In the paper “Oedipus the King by Sophocles” the author selected for analysis the passage of  the choral song in Oedipus the King. The uniqueness of this song is that it reflects the main framework of the play: the role and importance of eternal laws in life of citizens…
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Electronic Dance Music - Contextualization, Experience with Logic Pro X Software
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The paper "Electronic Dance Music - Contextualization, Experience with Logic Pro X Software" discusses the skill of creating a new and original piece of music using composition software, including the structure, arrangement, and production of songs, the impact of mixing in this music style…
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Bach analysis
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St John Passion Introduction If the ritornello motif in the violins are done right, strong and pacing an almost marching rhythm, with a triple-like quivering feel over a deliberate and stately four-count bar, all the while reflecting a sensitive controlling crescendo in the dynamics, then the opening chorus of the St…
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Analyze a Foreign Song
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[Name of Student] [Name of Instructor] [Course] [Date] Foreign Song Analysis The song under analysis is “Mitwa”, a Hindi song from the soundtrack of the 2006 Indian film Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna or Never Say Goodbye. The lyrics for this song were composed by Javed Akhtar and it has been set to music by the Shankar – Ehsaan – Loy trio of music composers…
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<Love Me or Leave Me>
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This is due to the fact that there have existed several legendries in the jazz musical industry. In the history of the poets of the Tin pan valley, for example a history of the America’s great rhymesters unfolds where the…
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Modern women in modern songs
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Understanding how the song “Superman” by Eminem Demeans Women I. Introduction Music is often described as an expression of the soul of the artists (Chang and Kool Herc, December 2005). However, although most songs bring joy to the listeners, there are some songs that send the wrong message to the public and in our modern times, some songs have lyrics that are degrading or demeaning to women…
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Ancient Chamorros on the Island of Guam
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Apman tiempo desdi humalie hit                                     Its been a long time since weve last seen each other
gof magof yu sa hu…
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LITERARY HISTORY, INTERPRETATION, & ANALYSIS
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1. LITERARY HISTORY, INTERPRETATION, & ANALYSIS The play by T.S. Eliot, Murder in the Cathedral centers on the main character, Archbishop Thomas Beckett. Thomas Beckett returns to England .The play begins with the warning, the chorus explains of some imminent mis happening, it is beyond their minds to comprehend as they are common people and their lives are controlled by the lives of eminent beings…
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Beatrice di Tenda
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In the paper “Beatrice di Tenda” the author analyzes a tragic opera by Vincenzo Belini. In later years, the opera went through a number of changes and modifications. The most notable of these modifications that led to the revival of the opera was the 1961 revival by America Opera Society…
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Describe The Here and Now
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The piece talks about how the author (Christopher Theofanidis) came into close interaction with renowned poets such as Robert Spano, who gave him the necessary support that he needed to, enable him to also pursue the same course. This happened seven years ago in Rome when he…
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Storyteller

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I had a storyteller her name was Ms. Jones, she was a public library from Steel Creek Public Library come my school she read two books by Margaret Read Macdonald . One was Pickin Peas which is illustrated by Pat Cummings and the other books was The Old Woman and Her Pig which John Kanzler co-authored the book.
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The Greek Tragedy Antigone by Sophocles
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Antigone 1. Sophocles’ Antigone is the third of three Theban plays. Coming at the end of the trilogy the play is greatly contingent on events that occurred in Oedipus Rex wherein Oedipus the King clawed out his eyes in response to the events that unfolded…
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