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Karakalpak Dastans, Arzu Azimova Nov 2019

Karakalpak Dastans, Arzu Azimova

Eurasian music science journal

Both all over Central Asia area and Karakalpakstan epic art is represented in the genre of dastan. Dastan can be defined as a comprehensive poetic legend, a story combining in itself prose, verses, and music. In given article such dastans are considered as «Almapys», «Gor ogli» («Kor-ogli»), «Edige», «Ashik Garib», «Shokhsanam and Garib» and also having local distribution such as «Kirk Kiz», «Maspatsha», «Sharyar», «Koblan». Karakalpak dastans, as many Central Asian dastans, are based on alternation of prosaic and poetic sections. Tradition bearers of epic performance in Karakalpakstan are jirau and bakhshi (baksis).


Karakalpak Dastans, Arzu Azimova Nov 2019

Karakalpak Dastans, Arzu Azimova

Eurasian music science journal

Both all over Central Asia area and Karakalpakstan epic art is represented in the genre of dastan. Dastan can be defined as a comprehensive poetic legend, a story combining in itself prose, verses, and music. In given article such dastans are considered as «Almapys», «Gor ogli» («Kor-ogli»), «Edige», «Ashik Garib», «Shokhsanam and Garib» and also having local distribution such as «Kirk Kiz», «Maspatsha», «Sharyar», «Koblan». Karakalpak dastans, as many Central Asian dastans, are based on alternation of prosaic and poetic sections. Tradition bearers of epic performance in Karakalpakstan are jirau and bakhshi (baksis).


The Benefits Of Music Education In Urban Education, Emily E. Mattulke Nov 2019

The Benefits Of Music Education In Urban Education, Emily E. Mattulke

The International Undergraduate Journal For Service-Learning, Leadership, and Social Change

In an attempt to show the benefits of music education in urban education, a student observer’s own accounts are analyzed alongside empirical data. The studies of Adrian Hille, Jürgen Schupp, and Peter Miksza are paired with her own anecdotes to create a full picture of music’s effect on a child’s education, especially those from lower income environments. Conclusively, it is found that urban education thrives in the presence of music education, and that the slow stripping away of music programs in American education is detrimental to these benefits, especially for those in impoverished areas where the benefits ...


Conversation Over Controversy Nov 2019

Conversation Over Controversy

St. Norbert Times

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    • The 30th Tail of the Fox Regatta
    • Run for Lungs
    • Week of Homecoming Recap
    • Tom Kunkel on the Man on Fire
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    • Celebrities Are Just Like Us, Right?
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    • Finding Beauty in New Ways
    • The Everlasting Struggle of the Kurdish People
    • Finding Myself
    • War, Revolution and Love
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    • Growing to Our Highest Potential
    • Why Luna=Local
    • Finding Religion Through Art
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    • Book Review: “Recursion” by Black Crouch
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    • “Destiny 2: Shadowkeep” Review
    • “Civil War”: The Best… in Audio ...


Transformational Leadership: Flow, Resonance, And Social Change, Enas Elhanafi Oct 2019

Transformational Leadership: Flow, Resonance, And Social Change, Enas Elhanafi

The Journal of Traditions & Beliefs

No abstract provided.


South Africa As A Dynamic Teaching Experience, Robert A. Simons, Christine Dickinson Oct 2019

South Africa As A Dynamic Teaching Experience, Robert A. Simons, Christine Dickinson

The Journal of Traditions & Beliefs

No abstract provided.


Jazz, Jobs, And Justice: From The American South To South Africa And Beyond, C. 1960-Present, Regennia N. Williams Oct 2019

Jazz, Jobs, And Justice: From The American South To South Africa And Beyond, C. 1960-Present, Regennia N. Williams

The Journal of Traditions & Beliefs

No abstract provided.


A Survey Of Amish Tunebooks: Categorizing Slow Tunes By Date Of Origin, Gracia Schlabach Oct 2019

A Survey Of Amish Tunebooks: Categorizing Slow Tunes By Date Of Origin, Gracia Schlabach

Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies

A survey of Notabücher (tune books) currently used by geographically diverse Amish communities leads to the conclusion that Amish slow tunes can be placed into three categories according to date of origin. I've dubbed these Old, Middle, and New Groups. Old Group tunes are derived from sixteenth century folk songs and Reformation era hymns. Middle Group tunes are, for the most part, based on later German chorales and New Group tunes have been adapted from early American hymn tunes. I begin this article with a brief summary of earlier research on Amish slow tunes, then give an overview of ...


Finding Harmony In Health For Treating Addiction: Support For Women In Recovery Through Music Therapy, Molly Rea Oct 2019

Finding Harmony In Health For Treating Addiction: Support For Women In Recovery Through Music Therapy, Molly Rea

Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement

Molly Rea is a senior music therapy student at Purdue University who is minoring in psychology and holds an Associate of Science in Liberal Arts degree from Ivy Tech Community College. She has gained clinical experience over the past three years by bringing music therapy to individual, nursing home, hospital, and group rehabilitation settings. She aspires to open and manage an integrative holistic healthcare clinic to address needs of individuals living in disadvantaged communities where mental health resources are scarce. Her passion lies in mental health awareness and she hopes to address conditions such as depression, anxiety, addiction, and suicide ...


Home Of The Menominee Nation Oct 2019

Home Of The Menominee Nation

St. Norbert Times

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Healing Through Music Therapy, Hayoung Lim Oct 2019

Healing Through Music Therapy, Hayoung Lim

Spiritus: ORU Journal of Theology

This article explores the field of music therapy as a healthcare profession to benefit various clinical populations and the way in which music therapy is a whole-person approach to healing for people with cognitive, physical, and social needs.


Does Spotify Really Hurt Artists?, Daniel Witt Oct 2019

Does Spotify Really Hurt Artists?, Daniel Witt

Marriott Student Review

For years, members of the music industry have debated whether music streaming services like Spotify help or hurt artists. This article explores the pros and cons of music streaming and argues that overall, Spotify and services like it are helping artists to achieve their career goals.


Music Next To Theology: The Impact And Influence Of Martin Luther's Reformation On Johann Sebastian Bach, James H. Ryan Oct 2019

Music Next To Theology: The Impact And Influence Of Martin Luther's Reformation On Johann Sebastian Bach, James H. Ryan

Musical Offerings

The artistic figure and music of Johann Sebastian Bach looms large in the history of Western arts and culture. His influences were many, but one strong influence in his life's work was that of the Protestant Reformation and the theology of the Lutheran church. Through this research, it is evident that Bach strongly held to the doctrines and theology of the Lutheran church and that his employment in the Lutheran church was not merely a vocation for him, but an outward expression of his inward religious and theological conviction. This position is evidenced by the writings and teachings of ...


Understanding The Cultural And Nationalistic Impacts Of The Moguchaya Kuchka, Austin M. Doub Oct 2019

Understanding The Cultural And Nationalistic Impacts Of The Moguchaya Kuchka, Austin M. Doub

Musical Offerings

This paper explores Russian culture beginning in the mid nineteenth-century as the leading group of composers and musicians known as the moguchaya kuchka, or The Mighty Five, sought to influence Russian culture and develop a "pure" school of Russian music amid rampant westernization. Comprised of César Cui, Alexander Borodin, Mily Balakirev, Modest Mussorgsky, and Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, this group of inspired musicians opposed westernization and supported Official Nationalism by the incorporation of folklore, local village traditions, and promotion of their Tsar as a supreme political leader. In particular, the works of Balakirev, Cui, and Mussorgsky established cultural pride and contributed to ...


The Basel Museum Of Music: Instrumental History, Elaina V. Hutton Oct 2019

The Basel Museum Of Music: Instrumental History, Elaina V. Hutton

Musical Offerings

Basel, Switzerland thrives with a rich musical culture and history, and the Museum of Music at the Basel Historical Museum is truly a rare gem demonstrating the influence of instruments in Swiss cultural development. The museum houses an exquisite collection of instruments which beautifully encompasses an extensive timeline of musical and instrumental diversity. Unique beauty of the uncommon and the experimental is showcased in a manner that educates and inspires. The span of genre and style demonstrated by the array of composers and instrument builders recognized imparts just how important a role music plays in Basel. For one museum to ...


The Effects Of Music Therapy On Individuals Suffering From Psychiatric Disorders: A Literature Review And Look Into Future Prospects, Zachary J. Krauss Oct 2019

The Effects Of Music Therapy On Individuals Suffering From Psychiatric Disorders: A Literature Review And Look Into Future Prospects, Zachary J. Krauss

Musical Offerings

Music therapy is a field of psychology and psychotherapy that exists under the broad field of study known as expressive arts therapy. This form of therapy is experiential in nature, and it gives participants vehicles through which they can tell their stories and share their emotions while actively exploring their thoughts. Music therapy has proven to be an effective treatment for a myriad of psychological disorders, including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and schizophrenia. In order to grant a base level of understanding, research was conducted examining the methods and approaches used in music therapy, along with the psychological and ...


Sushi 'Roll'ing Back To Phil's! Sep 2019

Sushi 'Roll'ing Back To Phil's!

St. Norbert Times

  • News
    • Sushi ‘Roll’ing Back to Phil’s
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Sunday Music Series Presents Guilherme Andreas, Laura Fierce Sep 2019

Sunday Music Series Presents Guilherme Andreas, Laura Fierce

Andrews Agenda: Campus News

No abstract provided.


Shooting For A Cause Sep 2019

Shooting For A Cause

St. Norbert Times

  • News
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Rome Vaut Bien Un Prix. An Artistic Elite In The Service Of The State: The Pensionnaires Of The Académie De France In Rome, 1666-1968, Annie Verger Sep 2019

Rome Vaut Bien Un Prix. An Artistic Elite In The Service Of The State: The Pensionnaires Of The Académie De France In Rome, 1666-1968, Annie Verger

Artl@s Bulletin

The Dictionnaire biographique des pensionnaires de l’Académie de France à Rome serves as a register for the artists sent to Italy by the French state from the time of Louis XIV in 1666 up until the abolition of the Prix de Rome concours in 1968. After this year, the selection of pensionnaires nonetheless continued this tradition in another form, and the Académie de France in Rome thus celebrated its 350th anniversary in 2016. This notion of continuity lies at the heart of the present study, which has been carried out over a number of years.

The dictionary was ...


Rome Vaut Bien Un Prix. Une Élite Artistique Au Service De L’État : Les Pensionnaires De L’Académie De France À Rome De 1666 À 1968, Annie Verger Sep 2019

Rome Vaut Bien Un Prix. Une Élite Artistique Au Service De L’État : Les Pensionnaires De L’Académie De France À Rome De 1666 À 1968, Annie Verger

Artl@s Bulletin

Le Dictionnaire biographique des pensionnaires de l’Académie de France à Rome a essentiellement pour objet le recensement du groupe des praticiens envoyés en Italie par l’État, depuis Louis XIV en 1666 jusqu’à la suppression du concours du Prix de Rome en 1968. Le recrutement des pensionnaires n’ayant pas cessé après cette date, en dépit des changements de régimes politiques, de théories esthétiques et de conditions de production, l’institution a fêté son 350ème anniversaire en 2016. Cette continuité est au principe même de l’étude engagée depuis plusieurs années. Cet article se propose de présenter les ...


Title Page Sep 2019

Title Page

Sound Scripts

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Contents Page Sep 2019

Contents Page

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From The Phenomenal Sublime To Critical Play: Sonic Approaches To Engagement At The 13th Totally Huge New Music Festival, Jonathan W. Marshall Sep 2019

From The Phenomenal Sublime To Critical Play: Sonic Approaches To Engagement At The 13th Totally Huge New Music Festival, Jonathan W. Marshall

Sound Scripts

The thirteen Tura Totally Huge Festival of New Music was held in Perth, 19-29 Oct 2017. The Festival included numerous performances, residencies and workshops, as well as the Totally Huge New Music Festival Conference, 26 Oct 2017. The following article provides a critical overview of key performances within the Festival. The 2017 Festival was particularly notable for immersive works which offered what one might call phenomenal experiences, particularly Michael Pisaro’s A Wave and Waves and DCC: Glitch by Kouhei Harada, Mitsuaki Matsumoto and Shohei Sasagawa. A Wave and Waves and DCC: Glitch harnessed the fully embodied and located experience ...


Silences [Score], Sage J. Harlow Sep 2019

Silences [Score], Sage J. Harlow

Sound Scripts

The piece consists of nine (or ten) sections alternating between free and scored; the scored sections all consist of silences of different qualities asking the players to explore ways to facilitate the scored silences. In composing with scored silences, the piece attempts to challenge the idea of silence as a transcendental signifier (or of signifying nothing) and seeks to question the assumption that a piece can convey particular experiences for an audience—silences, in particular, can evoke vastly different responses in people experiencing the ‘same thing’. In this sense, one might read the piece as ‘impossible’ and/or an exploration ...


The Uncanon: Radical Forgetting And Free Improvisation, Hannah Reardon-Smith Sep 2019

The Uncanon: Radical Forgetting And Free Improvisation, Hannah Reardon-Smith

Sound Scripts

In the first decades of the twenty-first century, the canon narrative within Western Art Music continues to resist the critical deconstructions by feminists and the New Musicology. Its stronghold over the way we talk about musical styles and position our practice is so great that even when we do away with the score and the figure of the composer and improvise freely, we find ourselves still trapped within a logic of canon that pushes certain artists’ contributions to the margins. Emphatically free improvisation implies a conscious attempt to forget our musical training and heritage, and subsequently our musical “families”: style ...


Art As Truth: The Post-Truth Reception Of Hamilton (2015) And The New Prince (2017), Cecilia Sun Sep 2019

Art As Truth: The Post-Truth Reception Of Hamilton (2015) And The New Prince (2017), Cecilia Sun

Sound Scripts

No abstract provided.


Action Music 2 [Score], Erik Griswold Sep 2019

Action Music 2 [Score], Erik Griswold

Sound Scripts

Sheet music to Action Music 2


Addressing Climate Change Scepticism Through The Sonic Arts, Cissi Tsang Sep 2019

Addressing Climate Change Scepticism Through The Sonic Arts, Cissi Tsang

Sound Scripts

This paper discusses the continued denial of climate change despite overwhelming scientific evidence and agreement, through viewing climate change as a “hyperobject”—that is, a concept of such massive temporal and spatial dimensions that it defies traditional understanding. One of the challenges of the scientific community is to combat such scepticism through new ways of framing information, and the sonic arts offers an alternative presentation of truth through its ability to create emotional and narrative rapport, and also humanise esoteric information. This paper will focus on various methods of communicating climate change data aurally—such as sonification of data, and ...


Wild Swans By Elena Kats-Chernin: The Journey From The Australian Ballet To The Uk Dance Charts, Helen Rusak Sep 2019

Wild Swans By Elena Kats-Chernin: The Journey From The Australian Ballet To The Uk Dance Charts, Helen Rusak

Sound Scripts

In 2003 composer Elena Kats-Chernin collaborated with choreographer Meryl Tankard to produce Wild Swans, a ballet based upon the theme of Hans Christian Anderson’s enduring tale evoking the sufferings of Eliza’s fate to save her brothers from the evil curse of their stepmother. It resulted in a score rich with a wide range of musical sources underscoring a tableaux of dance and images beautifully evocative of the tale. The work was premiered by the Australian Ballet at the Sydney Opera House on 29 April 2003. This paper looks at the unexpected journey that one of the musical movements ...