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The Wiggles as a Popular Culture

The Wiggles are a children’s music and entertainment group consisting of four members who formed in Sydney in 1991. The original members were Anthony Field, Murray Cook, Greg Page and Jeff Fatt. Before the formation of the group, Field and Fatt were members of the Australian pop band The Cockroaches with Page being a roadie,…

Why was Bob Dylan “the voice of his generation” in the sixties and why do his songs continue to resonate today

With little doubt, Bob Dylan has been one of the most influential characters in popular music within his 40 year career. Although he has experienced significant success in his later work, it has been his sixties material that has caused the biggest impact. His songs of protest were extremely popular in the sixties, particularly among…

Adventist Music Guidelines

Music, “rightly employed,…is a precious gift of God, designed to uplift the thoughts to high and noble themes, to inspire and elevate the soul.”1 Music is a “gift of God to inspire pure, noble, and elevated thoughts.”2 Music is indeed a powerful gift from God, and it deserves a place in the church. However, some…

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Current Trends in Music Education

Secondary school reform represents a vitally important topic. In the early twenty-first century, the major goal was helping all students reach high academic standards. This has yielded a number of innovative programs that attempt to balance students’ personal and academic needs. Effective curricula include core learning in discrete academic subjects, increased foreign languages, interdisciplinary courses,…

Fidelio’s Initial Response

“Fidelio,” Beethoven’s only opera, is difficult to analyze in the Reception Theory due mainly to the fact that it was released on three separate occasions, changing drastically each time. It’s difficult to really understand the general audiences’ reception to “Fidelio,” unless analyzing each release separately due to the differences in each piece respectively. Regardless of…

The relationship between Composer and Performer

In this essay I would like to discuss notation and its influence on the relationship between composer and performer. In some ways composing can seem a slightly mystical process. How do we imagine musical ideas coming into the mind, what did the compositional process involve and how does the notation of a piece have a…

Why has Richard Wagner been a controversial composer even today

As in religious and political questions, when race has once been admitted, it becomes a factor of the highest importance in musical controversy. A prominent part in the music and literature of Germany in the 19th century played the popular, but controversial as well, German composer, conductor, theatre director and essayist Richard Wagner. His full…

Depiction of character through music and words

This essay builds on my studies of Carmen and Tristan und Isolde, in which I considered how character can be portrayed through words and music. I shall examine Robert Louis Stevenson’s short story “Strange Case of Jekyll and Hyde” and one of its many adaptations, from novel to the Broadway musical “Jekyll and Hyde” by…

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