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Write a 5 page essay that will pass through turnitin.com that is in mla format.

write a 5 page essay that will pass through turnitin.com that is in mla format. No plagiarism allowed. follow all the instructions on file and include everything that it asks. watch the 3 youtube videos at the bottom to base the report on and use all of them in the report. use correct citations when needed and cite from the videos and other sources used to complete essay. I need it by Tuesday nov 22nd by 10pm. also include how you felt about the pieces and be descriptive if you could. thank you!

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Write a 1 paragraph synopsis of each article:

Read about three organizations that have applied these strategies to innovation: Xerox PARC, Bell Labs and Google X. Xerox PARC, for example, invited the Graphical User Interface that we use on all our devices today, the computer mouse, ethernet, laser printer and WYSIWYG menus! Write a 1 paragraph synopsis of each article:
“Quality a probabilistic function of quantity.” Dean Simonton on Bach, from… “Creation Myth: Xerox PARC, Apple, and the truth about innovation”
https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2011/05/16/creation-myth
“Failure is not precisely the goal at Google X. But in many respects it is the means.” The Truth About Google X: An Exclusive Look Behind The Secretive Lab’s Closed Doors
https://www.fastcompany.com/3028156/the-google-x-factor
Some of his scientists had so much autonomy that he was mostly unaware of their progress until years after he authorized their work.”
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/26/opinion/sunday/innovation-and-the-bell-labs-miracle.html?mcubz=0
(PDF linked below)
Compare the innovation mindsets and strategies from the articles above to an album, song, project, or business of an artist entrepreneur of your choosing. Identify shared characteristics and expand on where you see the experimentation process of an artist and of a company differ.
Implement your “Oblique Strategies” experimental cards. Tell me what happened, be specific! Dictate the card prompt and answer the following questions:
– What creativity or reflections emerged?
– How did they challenge you?
– Did you discover something new artistically?
– Did they lead you to think of an innovation?

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Did you enjoy it?

MUST HAVE A DISNEY+ MEMBERSHIP TO WATCH THE MUSICAL! All details about report are in this description, READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS!
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WHAT TO WRITE: THE CONTENT OF A REPORT
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The Concert as a Whole. You should begin your report with a brief description of the concert attended, including the name and type of the performing group or soloists, the place, and the date and time. Following this introduction, the paper might focus on the pieces performed on the program. Do not quote the printed program notes, if they are provided at the event; you should write your own observations on the performance. The format of your description may be varied according to the genres of music, but it should include: title(s) of each piece, name(s) of composer and/or musician, perhaps basic or brief information about the composer and/or piece; in other words, a general overview of what was performed on the program. Then, you will want to describe your general reaction to the concert, mentioning what made attending the concert worthwhile. Did you enjoy it? Was this a new experience for you? Be honest about whether you individually enjoyed the concert, and how, in your opinion, the audience as a whole responded. Did this event make you feel like going to other concerts in the near future? Your conclusion should summarize your overall impression of the concert. Do not include any new information (for example, upcoming concerts) in the conclusion.
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SPECIFIC PARAMETERS FOR YOUR CONCERT REPORT
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In addition to the points given in this informational document about the concert report, please also observe and facilitate the following:
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1. Your concert report should represent original critical thinking. You will draw,of course, on information presented in the online course material, the assigned chapter readings, and the listening examples, but you must rely primarily on your own ideas rather than on any external or secondary source material; even so, additional source material is required. Again, the basic content of your report should mainly reflect your own reactions and ideas, synthesized against and within your research.
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2. Your report should demonstrate good writing skills appropriate to college level work. Proofread for spelling, grammar, organization, and so on.
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3. Your report should be double-spaced and in a normal, non-italic, non-bold, 12-point font Times New Roman
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Ii.

Students are required to complete a written analysis on a selected scene/media piece from a list of media chosen by their lecturer. This list will contain examples of FILM and TELEVISION works, and multimedia pieces including ADVERTISMENTS, GAMES, and ANIMATIONS In the written analysis, students should include information on:
1. The function of music in visual contexts. This includes diegetic and non-diegetic function; how does music reflect the pace of the edit and action on screen; how does music reinforce the overall emotion of the scene and/or characters, hit points, character themes, stylistic devices, choice of instrumentation.
2. Specific information on the musical elements and how they have been utilised – Melodic contour; Instrumentation and tone colour; Rhythm and tempo; Dynamics; Phrasing, articulation, and ornamentation; Harmony and tonality; Texture.
3. Specific information to connect with the type of media selected: a. FILM: i. a general description of the music used in the film, mentioning what it contributes to the film overall, ii. a detailed analysis of the musical content of a significant scene in the film, with reference to story and edit/cue events, iii. a transcription of a significant musical idea (2 – 5 bars) which may be a theme, rhythmic element, or leitmotif.
b. MULTIMEDIA:
i. a general description of the music used in the example, mentioning what the music contributes to the example.
ii. a detailed analysis of the music and events used in the multimedia example, with reference to story and edit/cue events,
iii. a transcription of a significant musical theme (2 – 5 bars) which may be a theme or rhythmic element. The analysis should refer to relevant theory & research surrounding how music relates to your selected media and students should use clearly notated examples where appropriabcite to aid in discussion points.

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How you feel about his death and how best they should honor his memory.

Write About the Haitian Artist Michael Benjamin’s life who died on stage in accor arena in france. How you feel about his death and how best they should honor his memory.
Michael Benjamin 1981-2022 died on stage at the accor arena after giving the performance of a lifetime. This October 15 th was set to be the day when the Artist would have gone down to history for either of this reason one probably a was a wasted talent for many critics second for the rebirth of a career like an old wine who got better with time or just like he went down as legend which he is ultimately.
Mikaben son of a well known Haitian singer decided to do music’s as career generally most singer artist only dedicate themselves fully to it when it becomes the soul activity that feed them but in Mica’s case he was fortunate to dedicate a full time passion in learning producing music’s and collaborations with other artists. Because he had all that time to learn and discover deeply his passion for 20 years he add and up and down career with plenty of hits his down moments were his underground hard word and collaboration with other artists JPerry, Spanish singer, Carimi, Kai, visiting Schools doing social Activity like Citoyen Haiti a summer camp where I invited him in 2013 to teach the kids about beaux arts after his presentation my friend Vincent Mitchell from Yale said “Mikaben made the of the kids and he is a masterpiece”and his ups where his hits yon 24 Decembre, ou pati, fanm sa move, Haiti se, Fè lapli. Nobody really understood the underground genius unconventional Haitian Artist not the one of a single group of single genre but they all respected his great work and hoping for his explosion at least they all wanted him to perform on stage more where they can see him. He is such a great live performer that there was no chance that this day would go down to history as the days of a wasted talent
This day instead could have been the day of the rebirth of his career because he performed so well that many would want to see him more and because he had so many project on the way in addition for the maturity he has gained after 20 years. However he didn’t need a re birth because he was a living legend those who make more noise who are heard most after they are gone the Bob Marley Tupac Biggy type because their peace their words continue to make sense years after years they will always be up to date 20 years of full-time work in music an Eternal retirement.
The world grieved your spectacular departure. The way it happened put you on the world’s map in the mind of all Haitian. Hopefully you have a corner at the Pantheon National museum definitely they should name a street after you most definitely we should buy your songs and continue to let the future generations know about your work teach about you write books about name schools after you.
Thank you for the way you value things people country and music you are Our Haitian Legebcind and the latest National Hero!

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B.

Students are required to complete a written analysis on a selected scene/media piece from a list of media chosen by their lecturer. This list will contain examples of FILM and TELEVISION works, and multimedia pieces including ADVERTISMENTS, GAMES, and ANIMATIONS In the written analysis, students should include information on:
1. The function of music in visual contexts. This includes diegetic and non-diegetic function; how does music reflect the pace of the edit and action on screen; how does music reinforce the overall emotion of the scene and/or characters, hit points, character themes, stylistic devices, choice of instrumentation.
2. Specific information on the musical elements and how they have been utilised – Melodic contour; Instrumentation and tone colour; Rhythm and tempo; Dynamics; Phrasing, articulation, and ornamentation; Harmony and tonality; Texture.
3. Specific information to connect with the type of media selected: a. FILM: i. a general description of the music used in the film, mentioning what it contributes to the film overall, ii. a detailed analysis of the musical content of a significant scene in the film, with reference to story and edit/cue events, iii. a transcription of a significant musical idea (2 – 5 bars) which may be a theme, rhythmic element, or leitmotif.
b. MULTIMEDIA:
i. a general description of the music used in the example, mentioning what the music contributes to the example.
ii. a detailed analysis of the music and events used in the multimedia example, with reference to story and edit/cue events,
iii. a transcription of a significant musical theme (2 – 5 bars) which may be a theme or rhythmic element. The analysis should refer to relevant theory & research surrounding how music relates to your selected media and students should use clearly notated examples where appropriabcite to aid in discussion points.

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However he didn’t need a re birth because he was a living legend those who make more noise who are heard most after they are gone the bob marley tupac biggy type because their peace their words continue to make sense years after years they will always be up to date 20 years of full-time work in music an eternal retirement.

Write About the Haitian Artist Michael Benjamin’s life who died on stage in accor arena in france. How you feel about his death and how best they should honor his memory.
Michael Benjamin 1981-2022 died on stage at the accor arena after giving the performance of a lifetime. This October 15 th was set to be the day when the Artist would have gone down to history for either of this reason one probably a was a wasted talent for many critics second for the rebirth of a career like an old wine who got better with time or just like he went down as legend which he is ultimately.
Mikaben son of a well known Haitian singer decided to do music’s as career generally most singer artist only dedicate themselves fully to it when it becomes the soul activity that feed them but in Mica’s case he was fortunate to dedicate a full time passion in learning producing music’s and collaborations with other artists. Because he had all that time to learn and discover deeply his passion for 20 years he add and up and down career with plenty of hits his down moments were his underground hard word and collaboration with other artists JPerry, Spanish singer, Carimi, Kai, visiting Schools doing social Activity like Citoyen Haiti a summer camp where I invited him in 2013 to teach the kids about beaux arts after his presentation my friend Vincent Mitchell from Yale said “Mikaben made the of the kids and he is a masterpiece”and his ups where his hits yon 24 Decembre, ou pati, fanm sa move, Haiti se, Fè lapli. Nobody really understood the underground genius unconventional Haitian Artist not the one of a single group of single genre but they all respected his great work and hoping for his explosion at least they all wanted him to perform on stage more where they can see him. He is such a great live performer that there was no chance that this day would go down to history as the days of a wasted talent
This day instead could have been the day of the rebirth of his career because he performed so well that many would want to see him more and because he had so many project on the way in addition for the maturity he has gained after 20 years. However he didn’t need a re birth because he was a living legend those who make more noise who are heard most after they are gone the Bob Marley Tupac Biggy type because their peace their words continue to make sense years after years they will always be up to date 20 years of full-time work in music an Eternal retirement.
The world grieved your spectacular departure. The way it happened put you on the world’s map in the mind of all Haitian. Hopefully you have a corner at the Pantheon National museum definitely they should name a street after you most definitely we should buy your songs and continue to let the future generations know about your work teach about you write books about name schools after you.
Thank you for the way you value things people country and music you are Our Haitian Legebcind and the latest National Hero!

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Listen to coleman hawkins, “body and soul”

Read
Chapter: A World of Soloists
Listen to
Coleman Hawkins, “Body and Soul”
Billie Holiday, “A Sailboat in the Moonlight”
Art Tatum, “Over the Rainbow”
Charlie Christian, “Swing to Bop” (“Topsy”)
Use the concepts covered in the unit reading to guide your listening.
The listenings for this unit illustrate the concepts that the readings discuss.
Use this chapter outline as a study reference for the unit reading and for the module quiz.
Edited from:
DeVeaux, Scott and Gary Giddins. “A World of Soloists.” Jazz: Essential Listening 2nd edition Digital Resources. https://digital.wwnorton.com/jazz2ebciss (retrieved April 29, 2021).

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Listen to coleman hawkins, “body and soul”

Read
Chapter: A World of Soloists
Listen to
Coleman Hawkins, “Body and Soul”
Billie Holiday, “A Sailboat in the Moonlight”
Art Tatum, “Over the Rainbow”
Charlie Christian, “Swing to Bop” (“Topsy”)
Use the concepts covered in the unit reading to guide your listening.
The listenings for this unit illustrate the concepts that the readings discuss.
Use this chapter outline as a study reference for the unit reading and for the module quiz.
Edited from:
DeVeaux, Scott and Gary Giddins. “A World of Soloists.” Jazz: Essential Listening 2nd edition Digital Resources. https://digital.wwnorton.com/jazz2ebciss (retrieved April 29, 2021).

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Listen to coleman hawkins, “body and soul”

Read
Chapter: A World of Soloists
Listen to
Coleman Hawkins, “Body and Soul”
Billie Holiday, “A Sailboat in the Moonlight”
Art Tatum, “Over the Rainbow”
Charlie Christian, “Swing to Bop” (“Topsy”)
Use the concepts covered in the unit reading to guide your listening.
The listenings for this unit illustrate the concepts that the readings discuss.
Use this chapter outline as a study reference for the unit reading and for the module quiz.
Edited from:
DeVeaux, Scott and Gary Giddins. “A World of Soloists.” Jazz: Essential Listening 2nd edition Digital Resources. https://digital.wwnorton.com/jazz2ebciss (retrieved April 29, 2021).