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Phenomenon Of Values In Music Cultural Studies Essay

The purpose of this work is an effort to analyze the phenomenon of values in the music and influence of music on the individual ‘s individuality, description of position and analysis of some research on this topic. Specifying the function and topographic point of music in modern-day society in the context of its socio-economic transformation. […]

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Alfred Hitchcock Biography

A biography of the life and works of the filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock Alfred Hitchcock is among the few directors to combine a strong reputation for high-art film-making with great audience popularity. Throughout his career he gave his audiences more pleasure than could be asked for. The consistency of quality plot-lines and technical ingenuity earned him […]

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Post-war Europe

When Moorman drew her bow across the “cello”, images of both her playing and prerecorded images appeared on the screens. They also collaborated in other performances such as TV Bra for Living Sculptures (1969), TV Glasses (1971) etc. 1. Paik’s intention is to create an instrument that could produce pictures as well as sound, once […]

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Doing business in China – the art of war?

In an era where consumers are more demanding, critical and possess higher purchasing power, organizations increasingly discover that where service was previously a mere factor employed in support of the main organizational functions, the quality of, and efficiency in delivering, service, have now joined the fundamental business pillars of technological advancement and product novelty as […]

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Celtic art

Illustrating the resilience of Celtic culture is the fact that even before the withdrawal of Rome from Celtic lands in 410CE17, Celtic art underwent what is referred to as the “Celtic Renaissance”. The Celtic Renaissance is defined by MacMullen as a “revival in the late 2nd and 3rd century of certain traditions of art common […]

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Art to act multifunctional

Nature of Arts: Does art have to have meaning? Conversely, if something is meaningless, can it be art? Art has to have meaning. There is no point of art, if it is meaningless, because then it seems like fraud; capturing someone else’s feelings inside of your art piece. Even in that way art actually does […]

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Do we learn more from the arts or the sciences?

In areas of knowledge such as the arts and the sciences, do we learn more from work that follows or that breaks with accepted conventions? It is widely believed that science is the most successful form of human knowledge, and that it has developed progressively from its early beginnings in ancient Greece. Comparatively, the value […]

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“A Street Car Named Desire”

A discussion of the characters that treat others badly in Tennessee Williams’ play “A Streetcar Named Desire” One of the main themes expressed by Tennessee Williams in his play, A Streetcar Named Desire, is to condemn those who display cruelty and harshness in their treatment of others, especially those who are weak and vulnerable. Three […]

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