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  • ...oreover, as music is intuitive, people can virtually perform and even hear music in their [[mind]]. ...f responses can encompass the full range of human emotions. This makes the musical arts a universal expression of human experience.
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  • [[Image:Music center reflection.jpg|250px|thumb|right|The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.]], and more recently constructed Walt Disney Concert Hall. Each year, the Music Center welcomes more than 2.3 million people to performances by its four in
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  • ...[[Renaissance]] period, composers and musicians realized the importance of music as a main source of entertainment and thus created works of art which were ...n of the mind. Where this object is not kept in view, there can be no true music but only infernal scraping and bawling."
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  • ...tion and is standardized and centralized in its organization. [[Compulsory education]] starts at the age of six, when students enter [[Primary school in France| général''. However, there are also ''Grandes écoles'', elite higher education establishments which function outside of the public university system, that
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  • ... concerns for European society in the run-up to the Second World War. Mann searched in vain for answers to forestall the collapse of the tradition of Western ...h as a classic example of the European ''[[bildungsroman]]''—a "novel of education" or "novel of formation"—and as a sly [[parody]] of this genre. Many form
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  • ...estra which complemented what was happening on stage. He discovered a true musical partnership between the singers and the orchestra demonstrating that no o ...cer in the service of the Duchy of [[Holstein]]; later he held a number of musical directorships, and in 1787 he went on to [[Hamburg]], where he founded a
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  • ...[[Vienna|Viennese]] Classical school and one of the earliest proponents of musical [[Romanticism]]. He was the only notable composer of the so-called Vienne ...e process. In what few letters survive, Schubert expressed his belief that music had spiritual underpinnings and should embody divine attributes, or at leas
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  • ...e of singers' talents. Born into a poor family and thus denied the musical education considered mandatory for a successful artist, still he created works that a ...obert Sherrane, "Music History 102: A Guide to Western Composers and their music," ''The Internet Public Library'' 2006. [
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  • ...rd question, "Dost thou love me?"<ref>II.ii.90</ref> By doing this, she is searching for the reality, rather than the exaggeration of their love. Other forms ===Music===
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  • ...ll structured bibliographic database is an indispensable tool for modern researchers to find descriptive records of relevant information sources. Also, bibli ...use a library's database to identify and locate books for class work and research. The books are then usually obtained through the library or by an [[interl
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  • {{Infobox musical artist | Instrument = [[Banjo]], [[guitar]], [[recorder (musical instrument)|recorder]], [[tin whistle]], [[mandolin]], [[piano]], [[ukule
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  • ...[[martial law]], the declaration of Bangladesh's independence, [[Operation Searchlight|military suppression]], devastation during war, and natural calamities ...ndation (architecture)|foundation]] in [[Bengal]].<ref>[ Chawk Mosque (Dhaka)]. accessdate 2007-07-06 </ref>
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  • '''Online shopping''' is the process of researching and purchasing products or services over the [[Internet]]. The earliest ...customer’s address, or in the case of [[digital media]] products such as music, [[software]], [[e-book]]s or [[movie|movies]], may be downloaded onto the
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  • ...ia and the Pacific and Indian Oceans.<ref>Jared M. Diamond, ['s_gift_to_the_world Taiwan ... Corcuff (ed.), ''Memories of the future: national identity issues and the search for a new Taiwan'' (Routledge, 2002, ISBN 0765607913).</ref> Several subseq
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  • ...ically characterize the Pashtuns.<ref>Olivier Roy. ''Globalized Islam: The Search For A New Ummah.'' (New York: Columbia University Press original 1980, 2006 The Pashtuns have an ancient history, much still unresearched. From the second millennium B.C.E. to the present, Pashtun regions have s
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  • ...une 15, 2008.</ref> The IA makes the collections available at no cost to researchers, historians, and scholars. It is a member of the [[American Library Asso to help preserve those artifacts and create an Internet library for [[researchers]], [[historians]], and [[scholars]]. The Archive collaborates with insti
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  • ...ul? What makes a painting beautiful may be quite different from what makes music beautiful; this suggests that each art form has its own system for the judg ...tation of crime and murder. Some of the greatest poetry and literature and music depict or are based on human suffering, infidelity and adultery, despair, d
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  • [[Category:Education]][[Category:Psychology]]{{Images OK}}{{Approved}}{{Copyedited}} ...], renowned in fields as diverse as [[art]], [[science]], [[invention]], [[music]], and [[writing]].
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  • ... physical/electronic security/surveillance of sensitive locations. Malta's Search and Rescue area extends from east of [[Tunisia]] to west of [[Crete]] cover ...nment is investing heavily in the country's provision of education. As all education is free, Malta is currently producing a pool of qualified persons which hea
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  • ...ked appreciation for [[beauty]] and [[aesthetics]], and can use [[art]], [[music]], and [[literature]] to express concepts and feelings. Their mental capabi ... to [[culture|cultural]] innovations such as [[art]], [[literature]] and [[music]]. Humans are notable for practicing [[altruism|altruistic]] [[behaviorism|
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