Romans in Britain By the children in 4J When the Romans lived in Britain, they made lots of changes and brought materials and resources that were new to the British people.
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Grasping the wind? The aesthetic participation, between cognition and immersion. M?d?lina Diaconu. Conceiving art and grasping wind. Aesthetic engagement. Perceptual syntheses Performing movement Imagination and emotion Understanding Producing artifacts Political commitment.
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A : Wave Phenomena. A.2 Standing (Stationary) Waves. Standing (Stationary) Waves When two identical travelling waves pass in the opposite direction through a medium, a stationary wave may be produced. In this situation there is zero net transfer of energy through the medium.
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Classical Period. Music, Art, and Architecture 1750-1830. What should I know about the Classical Period? . 1750-1830 Music Light, clean texture, less complex than Baroque Contrasts are more pronounced Mainly homophonic (melody above harmonies) Art Soft and gentle Elegant and orderly
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Longitudinal Standing Waves and Complex Sound Waves. 17.6 and 17.7. 17.6 Longitudinal Standing Waves. Just like stringed instruments rely on standing transverse waves on strings Wind instruments rely on standing longitudinal sound waves in tubes The waves reflect off the open ends of tubes
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Music of Native American. ABOUT THEIR MUSIC. The music of Native North Americans is primarily a vocal art, usually choral, although some nations favor solo singing. Various types of drums and rattles are the chief percussion instruments . Wind instruments are mainly flutes and whistles.
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Mesopotamian Art. Artistic Evolution. Neo-Babylonian (Chaldean). Sumerian/ Akkadian. Assyrian. Sargon of Akkad. Has a very exciting and interesting story associated with his rise to power Popularized in public recitations, plays, songs, and other forms of art.
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Brass. How to Play A brass instrument. A brass instrument is played my someone buzzing their lips against a mouth piece. Trumpet. The Trumpet has valves. When the trumpet player pushes down a valve, it opens up a tube. Each valve opens a tube of a different length.
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Timbre. What is Timbre??. The quality of a musical note or sound or tone that distinguishes different types of sound production, such as voices and musical instruments, string instruments, wind instruments, and percussion instruments
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THE HAUNTED CASTLE. I listened very well and I I think I've done a good job, I used repeating patterns. Next I used a simple drum beat. And guitar beats in my track. I listened at the beginning, Middle and end. . By Habib.Hussain. Trombone. French horn. Trumpet. Brass instruments.
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Orchestra by jaime-leigh. Brass . strings. percussion. woodwind. Percussion family . Tambourine . Maracas . Triangle .
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Ensembles ?. By: Natalie Argumedo & Danielle Braithwaite. Choral (Vocal). Definition: Of or relating to a Chorus or Choir. Instrumentation : The instrumentation of Choral are voices. Size: The size varies depending on the Choir .
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