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  • Tabla Essay

    Tabla Essay

    This term, my learning in tabla classes has been concentrated on the structure and presentation of Indian classical music. I have become more aware of how the tabla, sitar and vocals fit together. I’ve also learnt terms used commonly and how different parts of a composition are put together in a traditional manner, to form a solo. For example, a peshkar is the first expression within a tabla solo, which allows new sounds to be

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    Submitted: December 14, 2009 By: Tommy
  • Take That Back for Good?

    Take That Back for Good?

    Take That… Back For Good? In the early 90s when Manchester was producing some of music’s most-talked-about groups, such as Oasis, The Happy Mondays and The Stone Roses, a manager named Nigel Martin-Smith had decided that the pop charts needed a severe injection of fun. Martin-Smith auditioned prospective stars and assembled a line up of five working-class boys from the North West of England. Gary Barlow (19), Howard Donald (21), Jason Orange (19), Mark Owen

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    Submitted: December 14, 2009 By: Max
  • Take-Two Boss Squashes Gtaiv Delay Rumors

    Take-Two Boss Squashes Gtaiv Delay Rumors

    For this week, no news is good news for gamers eagerly anticipating Grand Theft Auto IV. On Tuesday, Take-Two Interactive chairman Strauss Zelnick spoke at the 2007 BMO Capital Markets Interactive Entertainment Summit in New York City. When asked about the release date of Grand Theft Auto IV, Zelnick offered a status quo answer that was reported and rereported on industry trade sites until the executive was inaccurately characterized as backing down from the previously

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    Submitted: January 11, 2010 By: Jack
  • Taking Back Sunday

    Taking Back Sunday

    The most awsome band is taking back sunday.Formed in November of 1999, Amityville, NY's Taking Back Sunday completed its lineup in December of 2000, when Adam Lazzara took over vocals and Shaun Cooper was added on bass. Taking its melodic hardcore sound from bands like Lifetime, Endpoint, and Sunny Day Real Estate, as well as guitarist Ed Reyes' emo band Movielife, Taking Back Sunday recorded its first demo, a five-song CD, that was released in

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    Submitted: November 30, 2009 By: Stenly
  • Talented Mr Ripley

    Talented Mr Ripley

    The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) Cast: Matt Damon .... Tom Ripley Gwyneth Paltrow .... Marge Sherwood Jude Law .... Dickie Greenleaf Cate Blanchett .... Meredith Logue Philip Seymour Hoffman .... Freddie Miles Jack Davenport .... Peter Smith-Kingsley James Rebhorn .... Herbert Greenleaf Sergio Rubini .... Inspector Roverini Philip Baker Hall .... Alvin MacCarron Celia Weston .... Aunt Joan Fiorello .... Fausto (as Rosario Fiorello) Stefania Rocca .... Silvana Ivano Marescotti .... Colonnello Verrecchia Anna

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    Submitted: December 6, 2009 By: Tommy
  • Talley’s Folley

    Talley’s Folley

    An interesting script, natural direction, and experienced actors carried the recent production of “Talley’s Folly”. The Playmakers organization produced the romantic comedy February 13 through 18, 2002. Starring Joe Sturgeon, drama teacher, and Ginny Lee, senior, “Talley’s Folly” offered laughs, complications, misunderstandings, fears and secrets in only 97 minutes. “Folly” also offered limited seating, high temperatures, and sometimes frustrating dialogue. Langford Wilson’s script told the story of a 40-something Jewish accountant, Matt Friedman, from

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    Submitted: February 8, 2010 By: Stenly
  • Taxi Driver

    Taxi Driver

    Taxi Driver I am going to take four scene from the taxi driver and show how the mise-en-scene, cinematography, and editing support Travis BickleЎЇs state of mind and personality. First I want to state what TravisЎЇs state of mind and personality is throughout most of the film. Travis is isolated from the rest of the world. He feels like he does not fit in with the rest of society. He is looking for a direction,

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    Submitted: November 17, 2009 By: Jack
  • Taxi Driver

    Taxi Driver

    Taxi Driver, directed by Martin Scorcese is a modern day classic movie. It deals with the subject of alienation. The movie is also somewhat disturbing. It is so because of the time period it takes place in. It takes place during a disturbing time for americans. It is some time after the Vietnam War as well as Nixon’s Watergate scandle. It takes place in an urban region. The movie focuses on Denero’s character, Travis Bickle.

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    Submitted: January 13, 2010 By: Bred
  • Taxi Driver

    Taxi Driver

    The technique of slow motion is familiar to audiences, who usually see it in romantic scenes, or scenes in which regret and melancholy are expressed--or sometimes in scenes where a catastrophe looms, and cannot be avoided. But Scorsese was finding a personal use for it, a way to suggest a subjective state in a POV shot. And in scenes in a cab driver's diner, he uses closeups of observed details to show how Travis's attention

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    Submitted: January 19, 2010 By: July
  • Taxi Driver: A Modern Version of the Western Film

    Taxi Driver: A Modern Version of the Western Film

    There have been many genres of film that are included in American film history; one of which is the Western. In the mid 1900’s Western films were at their peak and Saturday afternoons would be spent watching cowboys and Indians battle until the end while watching comfortably from a movie theatre. Knowing this, it’s not hard to understand why film makers later on would base plots and characters off of these mystifying films. The

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    Submitted: December 29, 2009 By: Vika
  • Taxpayer’s Rights in Audit and Appeal

    Taxpayer’s Rights in Audit and Appeal

    Taxpayers’ Rights in Audit and Appeal The IRS is a huge advocate of taxpayers’ rights and trains their employees to explain and protect rights of every taxpayer. These rights include but are not limited to: a right to professional and courteous treatment by IRS employees, a right to privacy and confidentiality about tax matters; a right to know why the IRS is asking for information, how the IRS will use it and what will happen

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    Submitted: November 20, 2009 By: Mikki
  • Tchaikovsky

    Tchaikovsky

    "UNBRIDLED EMOTION" would perhaps best describe the music of Tchaikovsky. His deep-sensitivity saturated his music producing lush melodies that have enamored listeners for over a century. Yet, Tchaikovsky's personal life was in turmoil from the very beginning. As a youth Tchaikovsky faced the hardship of losing his mother at age 14 and was forced to deal with the cold atmosphere of a military boarding school. As such, he shied away from the harsh and brutal

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    Submitted: May 21, 2010 By: Monika
  • Technical Anlaysis

    Technical Anlaysis

    Are you what you wear? I personally do not think you are what you wear because everyone has their own taste in everything. But Yes u might say people like to express their emotion through what they wear i.e. if someone is to wear skinny jeans he’s going to be taken as seriously as someone who is dressed in a suit because the person who is dressed in a suit is most likely to bring

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    Submitted: February 26, 2010 By: July
  • Technicolor Research Topic Report: Sound and Image.

    Technicolor Research Topic Report: Sound and Image.

    Technicolor Research Topic Report: Sound and Image. This is a written report where my partner on the topic and I presented a ten minute oral summary of our chosen research topic on Technicolor. We chose Technicolor as we felt it had most to say to us, threw the progression of the technology the problems threw out the years of perfecting the technology, to the ultimate glory of the Technicolor experience. As we didn’t know too

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    Submitted: April 21, 2010 By: Mike
  • Technique Can only Takes You So Far

    Technique Can only Takes You So Far

    When most people refer to technique, they are addressing issues such as how to use your fingers, hands and arms, how to find the right notes and how to accurately play each passage. Although these issues are important and should properly be taught to a young student, there comes a point in one’s studies where finding the right notes is no longer enough. What separates a good pianist from a great one is his/her

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    Submitted: April 1, 2010 By: Mike
  • Technology, Children, and the Power of the Heart

    Technology, Children, and the Power of the Heart

    Technology, Children, and the Power of the Heart By: Cindy Bravaco September 18, 2003 The primary focus of this article is to teach or give educators a better understanding of how children grasp new technology. The article stated that many teachers are stuck in the transmission or “lecture/demonstration” type of teaching. It seems that lecturing is best used in transferring simple knowledge but ineffective for more complex learning. The article described two different events. These

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    Submitted: April 9, 2010 By: Artur
  • Teenage Film Essay

    Teenage Film Essay

    Teenage films are a type of film made to attract an adolescent audience. The main ways that film makers try to attract teens to a teenage film are to create an unreal adolescent world, to make the teenager the hero, the adults stupid and incompetent and to use stereotypes that teens can relate to. By doing all this they can manipulate the teen audience and suck them in to the film, making it an affective

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    Submitted: April 2, 2010 By: Wendy
  • Teenybop

    Teenybop

    The first time I can remember taking a profound interest in music was probably in the third grade. This was when I first became a fan, bought my own cassettes, and plastered my room with pictures of my favorite group. And who were they? A sort of one-year, four-hot wonder called Ace of Base. Although I can’t remember exactly where I was when I first heard Ace of Base, I remember how their music made

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    Submitted: November 21, 2009 By: Mike
  • Television Through the Eyes of Adolescents

    Television Through the Eyes of Adolescents

    What has the world come to these days? It often seems like everywhere one looks, violence rears its ugly head. We see it in the streets, back alleys, school, and even at home. In many peoples living rooms there sits an outlet for violence that often goes unnoticed. It is the television, and the children who view it are often pulled into its realistic world of violence scenes with sometimes devastating results. Each week, children

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    Submitted: April 30, 2010 By: Jack
  • Television Viewing Hours

    Television Viewing Hours

    .) The pearson’s r between the dependent variable television viewing hours a week and the independent variable the “female gender” is one of negative .238, the stat sig value is .095; as a result it can not be generalized to the population. 2.) The pearson’s r between the dependent variable television viewing hours a week and the independent variable “age range” is one of negative .003, the stat sig value is .981; as a result

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    Submitted: January 31, 2010 By: Fonta
  • Ten Best Performances in English Films

    Ten Best Performances in English Films

    In any movie, the hardest job is probably that of the actor. He not only has to give his character an air of believability but also must bond with the viewer emotionally. As always, a few things first, • In compiling this list I have tried to focus on what in my opinion should be the best performances in English films. However when speaking of performances, it is impossible to keep one’s personal choices

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    Submitted: April 4, 2010 By: Tommy
  • Terrence Malick’s "the Thin Red Line" and Hollywood’s Traditional Depictions of War

    Terrence Malick’s "the Thin Red Line" and Hollywood’s Traditional Depictions of War

    THEThin Red Line is a three-hour epic about the World War II, directed by Terrence Malick, who made his comeback to the film industry after 20 years with a subject that had been neglected for almost as long.(1) The film is based on James Jones’ novel, published in 1962, which was first adapted for the big screen by Andrew Marton in 1964 rather unsuccessfully. For many years, the book seemed to defy cinematic adaptation due

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    Submitted: November 10, 2009 By: Bred
  • Terrific Looking Film, Especially During This Era

    Terrific Looking Film, Especially During This Era

    Terrific looking film, especially during this era Nanook of the North is one of the first documentaries made in the early nineteen hundreds. Robert J. Flaherty's helps establish the film by successful adapting to his environment by filming extraordinary hunting and fishing scenes consisting largely of medium shots. At times, this film resembles a home made film, concentrating on Nanook’s family personalities, rather than the everyday tasks they take on. This film gets somewhat intimate,

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    Submitted: March 23, 2010 By: Yan
  • Thank You for Smoking

    Thank You for Smoking

    There’s something exhilarating about watching a clever liar in full, resplendent flight. Nick Naylor (Aaron Eckhardt) has what he cheerfully describes as a "challenging" job: he represents the interests of the tobacco industry in a world that generally considers the product reprehensible. At the beginning of "Thank You For Smoking," Nick is getting ready to defend himself on the Joan Lunden talk show, in the company of anti-smoking do-gooders and a cancer-stricken, bald teenaged boy.

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    Submitted: May 8, 2010 By: Venidikt
  • The "perfect" Musical Image

    The "perfect" Musical Image

    The “Perfect” Musical Image What is the “perfect” image? Is there a specific category a good musician should fall under? In this research project I want to find the way musicians are perceived, opposed to being blind to the color of the musician’s skin and only listening to the talent of that musician. My goal is to uncover the under laying stereotype people create for the ideal musician, does a musician have to fit a

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    Submitted: May 30, 2010 By: Andrew
  • The 10 Commnadments

    The 10 Commnadments

    James Brown 3-1-06 Creative Liberty, AKA Hollywood Underneath every film, sitcom, commercial, or televised event that comes from Hollywood is a just cause just waiting to be discovered. Happy endings, lessons learned, and righted wrongs are the prizes for having waded through the unnecessary details of the story. Catching you by your eye and not your mind is the greatest scheme that Hollywood has come up with. You stimulate your mind by the visual aspect

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    Submitted: December 11, 2009 By: Wendy
  • The 13th Floor Elevators

    The 13th Floor Elevators

    The 13th Floor Elevators “Since Aristotle, man has organized his knowledge vertically in separate and unrelated groups -- Science, Religion, Sex, Relaxation, Work etc. The main emphasis in his language, his system of storing knowledge, has been on the identification of objects rather than on the relationships between objects. He is now forced to use his tools of reasoning separately and for one situation at a time. Had man been able to see past this

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    Submitted: November 16, 2009 By: Anna
  • The 39 Steps

    The 39 Steps

    The 39 Steps In class we left off where Mr. Hanna is staying at a farmers house, where the farmers wife wakes him up to tell him that the police are coming. She gives him her husband’s coat and he runs out the back. The police see him and chase him. Mr. Hanna goes to a house that Pamela told him to go to, and it turns out to be the man without his

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    Submitted: January 23, 2010 By: Mike
  • The 40 Year Old Virgin

    The 40 Year Old Virgin

    The 40 Year Old Virgin is proof that comedies can still be funny. Sadly, movies like this, with a kind of consistent humor, come out too rarely. Yes, it’s a little long, almost two hours, but there are plenty of laughs throughout the movie, especially in the last 30 minutes, and they also save one of the best jokes for last. If you’re looking for a successor to There’s Something About Mary and American Pie,

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    Submitted: April 19, 2010 By: Janna
  • The 5 Women

    The 5 Women

    Louie, Jason 3/6/04 Chinese 2 5° The five women in the family did not get along well together. They were backstabbing each other and no one trusted each other. They fought about position in the family. The woman with a higher number is the lower ranked wife. Everyone wanted to be the higher ranked wife so that they get the best care from the husband and the servants. They had to live in the

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    Essay Length: 555 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 8, 2009 By: Artur
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