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This paper examines the role of British women in the music industry from 1960 to 2000, with a focus on how their experiences intersected with the feminist movement of the time. Through an analysis of the representation of women in pop and rock music, the portrayal of women in music videos and lyrics, and the experiences of female musicians themselv...
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Music reduces emotional stress, relieves anxiety, and is utilized while treating various diseases. The present study explored the impacts of various music genres at different decibels on the oxidation state in the brain tissue and serum. We carried out the study on 42 male Wistar Albino rats. The rats were randomized (six rats in each cage) as a co...
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Punk is a music genre and counter-culture that has provided community and empowerment to generations of traumatized youth. This article is a case study on the use of punk rock counter�culture through the expression of music as a critical social work practice within a psychiatric outpatient clinic. The clinic, Lane County Behavioral Health, was fo...
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This article focuses on how the members of the alternative Czech rock music scene experienced the 1990s. It is based on oral history interviews with rock musicians as well as with music club managers, concert promoters, a music manager, and a publicist. The aim of the article is to out line the possible narratives of these actors about the era of t...
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This study addresses how rock music integrated into the local culture of a region where the dominant music genres were Tejano and other Mexican-influenced forms. Using a series of in-depth, qualitative interviews with long-practicing musicians, we discuss how rock was shaped and melded into local customs and practices. Musicians discussed being flexi...
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The article studies the role of such cultural phenomena as melancholy and nostalgia in artistic and “ontological” aspects of rock music. The relevance of this study is due to a high frequency of occurrence of these phenomena in numerous types of modern art (there have been several research dedicated to this issue), as well as the growing popularity...
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Chilli (Capsicum annuum L.) is widely cultivated as a household spice crop. The study was conducted to determine the effect of Pirith chanting (Maha Piritha) and rock music on the growth of chilli. Var. KA2 chilli seeds were germinated and grown under Pirith chanting, rock music, and silence inside soundproof chambers. Sound treatments were applied...
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WORK IN PROGRESS : THIS TEXT BUT ALSO THE TEXT LINKED HERE (BOTH ARE DRAFTS) /////This is just a draft, an experimental project and a note book ; there is probably some graphomania here. But writing is good even if it's tedious, it's learning by writing. I'm not fluent in English, I do my best generally without translators. Shall be improved or rem...
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Background The development of new methods for modulation of drug distribution across to the brain is a crucial step in the effective therapies for glioblastoma (GBM). In our previous work, we discovered the phenomenon of music-induced opening of the blood-brain barrier (OBBB) in healthy rodents. In this pilot study on rats, we clearly demonstrate t...
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Dances that employ weapons and imitate movements of combat occur in local traditions of different regions of the world. Human figures wielding spears and swords are attested in prehistoric cave paintings. Written sources and vase paintings show the popularity of the Pyrrhichos dance in ancient Greece that was associated with Korybantes/Kouretes, co...
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Vegetable contamination by cadmium (Cd) is of great concern. Water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica) is a common leafy vegetable in many countries and has a strong ability to accumulate Cd. The work was conducted to study the effects of sound wave, water management, and their combination on Cd accumulation and growth of water spinach, using the following...
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Japanese animation, usually referred as anime, has gained popularity around the world. Anime fans, when exposed to this audio-visual product, generate unique feelings, which could develop into an attraction for other cultural products of Japanese origin. The objective of the study is to determinate significates relationships between exposure to ani...
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The hustla philosophy of the Jamaican economy advocates the use of innovative and/or illicit methods to negotiate the harsh economic realities of the society. From two years of ethnographic fieldwork in Jamaica, I gleaned that local musicians applied this philosophy to support themselves and family. Most notably, local rock musicians used this mind...
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As numerous studies have largely pointed out, popular music is not only a type of music to be heard but also to be watched. Its products are not presented in exclusively musical terms, as they also relate to the scenic elements of the performance and the visual culture surrounding the music. Rock, in particular, has a deeply 'histrionic' nature. Th...
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The work aims to explore the significance of the concept of "fusion" in the development of modern rock music in Ukraine. The research methodology consists of the application of several approaches: historical - in the accumulation of data obtained from primary sources, musicological and art literature on the selected topic; analytical - in the use o...
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EMI Tábor (Transylvanian Hungarian Youth Camp) took place in Szekler Land, a majority-Hungarian region in Transylvania that has been a part of Romania since 1920, and an object of nostalgic gaze from Hungary ever since. This nostalgia takes its most radical form in nemzeti (nationalist) rock bands, which are featured at the camp among other evening...
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Purpose Music is often played in operating theaters. In the literature, the effects of music on surgeons are controversial. We aimed to investigate the effect of different music genres and amplitudes on laparoscopic performance. Methods Novice surgeons underwent a proficiency-based laparoscopic training curriculum. Participants were required to pe...
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Resumo: O estilo de música Rock encerra uma proposta que remete para culturas e espiritualidades específicas que nem sempre se encontram perceptíveis à análise do observador comum. Este artigo procura apresentar alguns subsídios para uma leitura da espiritualidade Rock, tanto na sua execução e encenação, que remete para mitos pré-cristãos e para os...
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The history of popular music in the GDR is marked by disproportion on the one hand and gaps on the other. The majority of studies focus on phenomena that are assigned subversive qualities and the potential to lead to fundamental social change: jazz, blues, folk, and various styles of rock music. These genres are well documented in the archives that...
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Music plays an important role for adolescents since personal and social identities are formed during this period of life, but they also build musical preferences. Within this paper, an online survey was conducted, which included 200 respondents, i.e. primary school students from five Croatian counties aged 13 and 14. The aim of the research was to...
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The study was to examine the application of sonic bloom and refugia plants to increase growth and yield of mustard greens (Brassica juncea L.). This study used a Factorial Time Series Randomized Block Design (FTSRBD) with 3 replications. The application factor of refugia plants (R) are 3 levels: R0 = control, R1 = Ocimum basilicum, and R2 = Zinnia...
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Summary: The Mighty Zeppelin: Test Your Knowledge, is a fun way to learn about Led Zeppelin! If you're a loyal superfan from the 1968 beginning or just discovering Zeppelin, these quizzes are thought-provoking and also factual. Questions were obtained from reputable websites, interviews, and biographies. This grade-it-yourself booklet lets anyone d...
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Rock and metal music have a complex relationship with the entertainment industries. They rely on commodified products but are also cautious towards the capitalist system with its instrumentalist mechanisms. This article examines early metal music from West Germany in the 1980s with its rock precursors in the 1970s to shed light on the music industr...
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US counties are shifting from nonmetropolitan to metropolitan status during past decades which leads to spatially heterogeneous demographic and economic changes. Exploring the local industrial-occupational structure is key to understanding the metropolitanization process. This study investigated 365 rock music artists performing in concerts in the...
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As we know, rock performances and lifestyles have frequently been linked to a whole series of disorders, substance uses and abuses, and risk behaviours, commonly expressed in the epitome of sex, drugs and rock'n'roll. In this context, there are countless enumerations of these themes in the lyrics and videos of artists or rock bands, and there is al...
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Djent music is music which has elements of groove and progressive metal. The creation of djent music is an innovative idea from previous metal music which in its development djent music can’t be separated from the influence of rock music, which is phenomenal in the world. This study aims to describe the development of djent music and the factors in...
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Bob Dylan is an outstanding American rock songwriter whose lyrics have broken the common rock music tradition. Previous works have studied ambiguity, intertextuality, keywords and themes in Bob Dylan's lyrics. They appear not to have paid enough attention to how sociolinguistic variables are deployed to convey these themes, specifically corruption...
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High blood pressure (BP) plays an important role in the pathogenesis and development of cardiovascular diseases and multi-organ damages. Music has been well known to elicit emotional changes, such as anxiolytic effects. However, whether music therapy lowers BP in spontaneously hypertensive rats (SHR) and the potential mechanism remains unknown. SHR...
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Facebook is the most popular social media platform in Poland. As a result, it is often used in advertising campaigns by various types of organizations. The effectiveness of these campaigns depends on many factors, including advertising creation. Video ads are dynamic and may contain music. Music in advertising can be aimed at audience attention, pe...
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Bu araştırmada, 1960’lı yıllarda, İngiltere ve Amerika Birleşik Devletleri’ndeki popüler müzik akımlarını sosyal hareketler bağlamında incelemek amaçlanmıştır. Çalışmada, nitel araştırma yaklaşımlarından tarihi araştırma deseni kullanılmıştır. Araştırmanın örneklemini; 1960 yılından itibaren 10 yıllık süreç içerisinde, İngiltere ve Amerika Birleşik...
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The avant-garde British rock scene is a melting pot of different styles, derivative of genres such as post-punk, post-rock, math rock and Krautrock. Fusing an array of these styles, this scene is at the forefront of progressively experimental and fringe-mainstream rock music. Leading acts within this scene include black midi, Black Country, New Roa...
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Previous research has investigated factors that contribute to the development of different risk-taking behaviors, such as can occur on lab-based behavioral risky decision making tasks. On several of the most common tasks, participants must develop an adequate understanding of the relative risks and benefits associated with each decision in order to...
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In the work environment, miniature electroacoustic transducers are often used in communication, for the transmission of warning signals or during training. They can be used in headphones or mounted in personal protective equipment. It is often important to reproduce sounds accurately. The purpose of this work was to assess audio strips by comparing...
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Rock music is an integral part of American culture. This paper presents a study of sensing and analysing over 57,000 rock music live performances between 2007 and 2017. Spatial traces of 575 rock music artists performing in concerts nationwide were collected from a major music streaming platform Spotify. Location-based concert data were analysed to...
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This study investigates the learning processes of Electronic Dance Music (EDM) producers. It aims to provide an expanded outlook on Lucy Green’s (2002; 2008) Informal Learning model using EDM as opposed to guitar-based rock music. Through the use of interviews and observations, four participants of various skill levels, demographics, and musical ba...
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Background: Exposure to music during pregnancy enhances brain development and improves learning in neonatal rats. Methods: In these experiments, we examined the effects of exposure to silence, hard rock, classical, and rap music in utero plus 60 days postpartum on learning and memory in adult Wistar rats. Passive avoidance learning (PAL) was assess...
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IntroductionMusic plays a major role in life—it can be a favorite, annoying, or even a distracting noise. Previous research has suggested that the processing of brain hemispheres is affected by the pleasantness/unpleasantness of music, which could be utilized as a signal or noise in auditory neuroscience. By using the acceptable noise level (ANL) t...
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The Introduction to David Bowie and Romanticism establishes connections between David Bowie and Romanticism in Bowie’s life and work, defining Romanticism in a way that places rock music of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries on a continuum with Romanticism instead of merely affirming its influence. A survey of Bowie’s life then est...
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This article proposes a decolonial reading of the rock music produced by Los Jaivas in Chile during the late sixties and early seventies by putting it in dialogue with Rodolfo Kusch's work on identity and Walter Mignolo's notion of decolonial aesthesis. By highlighting Indigenous melodies, rhythms, ideas and experiences in the rock genre, Los Jaiva...
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The purpose of this article is to outline the evolutionary vector of the style evolution of G. M. T. Sumner’s (Sting) creativity. The methodology. The study is based on the comprehensive use of systematic, historical and cultural approaches, as well as methods of periodization and genre-style analysis. The results. The article analyzes the work of...
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The problem of space music as a special cultural phenomenon requires scientific understanding. The purpose of the article is to study the features of the emergence and development of space rock as a specific trend in modern popular culture using the history of the “HAWKWIND” group as an example. The chronology of sound recordings of the “HAWKWIND”...
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The problem of space music as a special cultural phenomenon requires scientific understanding. The purpose of the article is to study the features of the emergence and development of space rock as a specific trend in modern popular culture using the history of the “HAWKWIND” group as an example. The chronology of sound recordings of the “HAWKWIND”...
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This article concern at the phenomenon of guitar sounds usually called "overdrive", "distortion" or "fuzz" which are characteristic for many music genres since ‘60. Author of this paper shows history of electric guitar and overdrived sound and its importance for American blues and rock’n’roll in ‘40 and ‘50 (artists: Muddy Watters, Chuck Berry, Ike...
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Adolescent preferences for non-mainstream types of rock music can be markers of adolescent problem behaviors, but no study has ever investigated whether this relationship continues into adulthood. In a six-wave study, 900 Dutch adolescents were followed from ages 12 to 21 (Mage T1 12.4, 51.1% girls), while reporting on depressive symptoms, mental w...
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In presenting the historical development of rock music in Turkey from the early 1960s to the present within a socio-political framework, this study provides (1) a rereading of Turkish politico-economic changes and (2) a correlative cultural critique of rock musicianship and songwriting in the neoliberal age. Two related hypotheses are tested throug...
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Cultural landscape is an unexplored scientific field of cultural studies. It connects the concept of identity, history and cultural memory of a land. Cultural and artistic wealth of the territory, and emergence of a specific culture are least explored. The city is a space in which we can study cultural expressions. It is an independent cultural uni...
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In recent years, it is becoming clearer that plant growth and its yield are affected by sound with certain sounds, such as seedling of corn directing itself toward the sound source and its ability to distinguish stuttering of larvae from other sounds. However, methods investigating the effects of sound on plants either take a long time or are destr...
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This article tries to explore the applicability of the epitome 'Sex, drugs and rock'n'roll' to the Portuguese social reality, particularly in the field of rock music. Rock music took its first steps in Portugal in the late 1950s/early 1960s, and from an early age, it has been associated with risky conducts, particularly linked to sex, alcohol, and...
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Both classical and rock music cause appreciable increase in speed of performing of the psychophysiological test demanding a high level of concentration of attention. Simultaneously they reduce the efficiency of test's performing. These processes are accompanied with increase in a parasympathetic tone, however the tension of functioning of regulator...
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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF ROCK AND CLASSICAL MUSIC ON THE MENTAL EFFICIENCY AND ATTENTIVENESS OF THE STUDENTS BY USING MODERN COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES S. A. SHOGHERYAN For the normal socio-economic and cultural development, every society needs mentally and physically healthy individuals. In modern society among the many factors, affectin...
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Sociologists of race and ethnicity have convincingly demonstrated that cultural categorizations are affected by racialization. For example, some music genres are clearly dominated by people of color (e.g., rap, soul, r&b), whereas others are particularly popular among whites (e.g., rock, country, classical). However, we know relatively little about...
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Tahfiz education has gain its popularity among Malaysians thus expand the circle of hafiz and hafizah all over the country. This study has been done to investigate effect of memorizing Al-Quran by determining the difference between hafiz/hafizah subjects and non-hafiz/hafizah subjects in terms of their focus using brain signal characteristics. 10 s...
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At this time, many types of music emerged and exposure to them was helped by the rapid information received from social media. This research aims to determine whether different musical preferences affect the learning of basic music theory in junior high school students. This research method uses quantitative research. The result of this study is th...
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The purpose of the article is to characterize the principles of sound recording with microphones in the context of the acoustic spatial features of concert halls, which are an important component in positioning the activities and creative directions of "purism", "individualism" and "realism" in sound engineering. The methodology consists of the use...
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This research is a case study that discusses collaborative products between brand A and the SK music group. Thisresearch uses qualitative method where data collection was carried out by interviewing the manufacturers of sneakersA to find out the relationship between the products and the design process carried out on the collaboration. The resultsob...
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Within the past 10 years, immersion has become a frequently used term in concert venues and studios with multichannel-loudspeaker arrays, in the context of audio-visual caves, VR, AR and fine arts. Manufacturers of loudspeaker systems as well as the gaming industry are using the term as a feature that heralds a new step in “multi-media” experiences...
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Historically, the introduction of a new media in mass market caused a strong conflict starting from the nineteenth century popular literature, comics, rock music and film. Interestingly, these conflicts have shown similar and repeated patterns, which is now called media panic and moral regulation, and games are following this pattern. In 2019, Gami...
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The effects of high-intensity exercise on cognitive performance are not fully understood. Music can affect physiological responses to exercise which may also affect cognitive performance. The aim of this study was to determine if music could impact cognitive performance after a bout of high-intensity exercise. Eleven subjects completed the Stroop t...
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Due to the recent increase in research interest in phono documents, which were created specifically for radio, a documentary analysis of the creation of music programs of the British Broadcasting Corporation is provided. Particular attention is paid to an overview of the chronology of recording sessions for a number of selected bands from the BBC’s...
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The article examines selected phenomena of the so-called krautrock, i.e. West German rock music of the late 1960s and the 1970s. The analysis is based on Mark Fisher's concept of acid communism and the related issue of collective subjectivity. The author distinguishes two opposing tendencies in the music discussed, the first one being the fascinati...
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This article analyzes how to control frequency response of a loudspeaker by changing the volume of its closed-box enclosure. The calculation is performed by the method of Thiele-Small on the basic of a pre-calculated loudspeaker, the parameters of which are given in third section. This became possible because of the simplification of the circuit on...
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The music media have constructed the identity of groupies as sexual and passive objects, submissive, inauthentic consumers of music. The stereotype, although still present in popular culture, is criticized by both the interested parties and rock artists. This article is an attempt to discuss the role that groupies played in the creation of the myth...
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Inspired by claims that metal music production has become standardized, this article draws on interviews with eight internationally recognized producers examining whether a uniform methodology in recording metal exists and where creative freedom remains. The findings suggest that although recordists must abide by electroacoustic laws and metal musi...
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After entering the public spotlight, the Korean mainstream genre known as K-pop has grown in popularity. Perfect aesthetics placed alongside perfect dancing and singing has made the genre popular to music fans, with one of the most fascinating aspects of K-pop being the inclusion of various genres into a single song. Within this inclusion of genres...
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The processes of cultural assimilation of distinctively Anglo-American forms of popular music into geographical and linguistic areas outside the Anglosphere have long been addressed by both popular music and cultural studies scholars. Specifically, popular magazines and music critics have generally been acknowledged as playing a crucial role in est...
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Germany’s premier rock music export Rammstein has been controversial since its formation in 1994. This article analyzes Rammstein’s sonic signature from the perspective of the “art of record production.” It decodes the politics of Rammstein’s sound, which is inextricably linked to the exaggeration of German attributes and the associations attached...
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The article deals with the points of intersection of musical discourse and national languages. This issue is relevant for modern linguistics, discourse studies in particular. The issue of the interpenetration of various discourse types over the last decade has been activated at all levels of the leading directions of the anthropocentric paradigm in...
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In this article, attention is mainly focused on the images of musicians with supernormal abilities in Western cinema, their recognizable external and behavioral features, which are largely a clichéd perception of one or another stylistic of rock music. Why do the images of rock musicians fit so well into the visual structure? First of all, this is...
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Music Information Retrieval (MIR) is a collaborative scientific study that help to build innovative information research themes, novel frameworks, and developing connected delivery mechanisms in addition to making the world's massive collection of music open for everyone. Modern rock music proved to be difficult to estimate tempo and chord recognit...
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The paper deals with precedent names derived from source domain “Music” in the modern media discourse in the UK. The data of research include list of 300 precedent names used in the British media (BBC, The Financial Times, The Guardian, The Times, The Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent) in 2010-2020. The theoretical and methodological...
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Evaluation of the correlation among the activities of various organs is an important research area in physiology. In this paper, we analyzed the correlation between the brain and skin reactions in response to various auditory stimuli. We played three different music (relaxing, pop, and rock music) to eleven subjects (4 M and 7 F, 18–22 years old) a...
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Music promotes or restricts the growth of plants (depending on the type of music). Present study was conducted to investigate the effect of music on the germination and shoot height of chili plants (Capsicum annuum L). To avoid errors, homogeneous seeds from the variety Galkiriyagama were obtained from Gannoruwa seed certification and plant protect...
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Song lyrics by themselves can be read as poetry, but much of their effect comes from the music; there is a deep relationship between words and music. Poetry by itself can have powerful effects, but the combination of words and music adds another dimension. “As a tool for activation of specific thoughts, music is not as good as language. As a tool...
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Evaluation of the correlation of the activities of various organs is an important area of research in physiology. In this paper, we evaluated the correlation among the brain and facial muscles’ reactions to various auditory stimuli. We played three different music (relaxing, pop, and rock music) to 13 subjects and accordingly analyzed the changes i...
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The first migrations of Bosnians to Sweden can be traced in the context of migrations from other parts of former Yugoslavia. Those were work migrations, which had started after the 1950s. The war on the territory of the former Yugoslavia (1991-1995) culminated in Bosnia and Herzegovina. More than a million inhabitants of Bosnia and Herzegovina were...
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From politics to commerce, the influence of music on behaviour is acknowledged. Whether it is calypso music which for centuries has been used in the Caribbean to provide sociopolitical commentary, or the Hungarian folk music that promoted liberal communism in the late Cold War era, the importance and impact of contemporary music are evident. Likewi...
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The conceptual problem this article aims to research is how zines (of the Western or “the first world”) and music samizdat (of socialist countries or “the second world”) should be analysed. Thus far, they have been regarded as separate phenomena; however, do these two forms of underground literature differ so greatly that they should be analysed us...
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Music plays a more important role in our life than just being an entertainment. For example, it can be used as an anti-anxiety therapy of human and animals. However, the unsafe listening of loud music triggers hearing loss in millions of young people and professional musicians (rock, jazz and symphony orchestra) owing to exposure to damaging sound...
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Music is the method of expressing feelings and thoughts in a melodical manner. The relationship of human with music starts from the embryonal stage. The method of treatment with music is based on a past of approximately 6000 years and was implemented by Turks who used music therapy systemically for the first time in the world. These first applicati...
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This article describes or recognizes facial and compared expressions as active emotions when using audiovisuals. This study investigated the parameters of facial expressions with the use of audiovisual information in the perception of emotions. Participants volunteer to enjoy two types of music videos. The videos were selected in two styles (pop /...
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Radio is a cultural producer and a main player in the music industry. Radio operates a system that determines which music will be broadcast and which music will not make it ‘on the air,’ functioning as gatekeeper for the general audience. Such a system gives radio significant influence on the music to which listeners are exposed. By way of offering...
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Der Band 14 der Schriftenreihe stellt umfangreiche didaktische Materialien für die Szenische Interpretation des Rockmusicals Rent zur Verfügung. Es berücksichtigt Lebensentwürfe junger Erwachsener und ist damit aktuellen Situationen von Schülerinnen und Schülern recht nah. Dabei werden neue Erfahrungsmöglichkeiten jenseits von Geschlechterpolarisie...
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Music plays a more important role in our life than just being an entertainment. It is an even anti-anxiety therapy of human and animals. However, the unsafe listening of loud music triggers hearing loss in millions of young people and professional musicians (rock, jazz, and symphony orchestra) due to exposure to damaging levels of sound using perso...
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"People pay to see other people believe in themselves." is a famous quote by Kim Gordon, the bassist and vocalist of the legendary band Sonic Youth and it´s in reference to the purpose and function of live music performance. The quote begs the question: believe in themselves to be what? And Gordon´s answer to that (which is manifest in her body of...
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Deep learning has given AI-based methods for music creation a boost by over the past years. An important challenge in this field is to balance user control and autonomy in music generation systems. In this work, we present BassNet, a deep learning model for generating bass guitar tracks based on musical source material. An innovative aspect of our...
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Rock-dangdut was first known and stretched by dangdut singer and guitar player named Rhoma Irama. He was carrying the dangdut idea and the nuances of electric guitar distortion in the 1970's and succeeded in changing dangdut from Malay dangdut to dangdut rock, also initiated by the arrival of bands and rock music in the "Orde Baru" era. He was moti...
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The article examines the career of Joan Jett and her struggle as a woman in a male-dominated industry.
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The attention level of car drivers is affected by many factors. Music is one of the most importantones, but its effect is rarely studied. Music can affect driving style in both positive and negative ways, as itcan reduce fatigue but also increase the level of distraction or aggression. This article presents anexperimental investigation of the effec...
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Male Birth Control: are we ready to pop the pill? Imagine, for a moment, the bright lights of Kensington and the bustling shoppers of Carnaby Street. Adorning shop windows are images of the now-iconic Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton, teenage supermodels in the process of redefining fashion. Pouring out of radios and record players across the nation is a...
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The scope and content of public debate in the USSR increased radically with the onset of perestroika. The ‘new thinking’ introduced by Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev sought to embrace both societal organisation and the individual set of values. This change in political organisation made broad public discussion possible, centring on change as well...
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This commentary focuses on Shea (2019) and its relationship to much of the literature on popular and rock music. The commentary offers some methodological considerations on the construction of corpora for this type of analysis. The commentary questions the operational definition of 'lament,' and laud's Shea's work in attempting to create a more tho...
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Meditation has a positive impact on the life of human beings. Researchers have scientifically measured and reported the positive impact of meditation from various neuroscience and neuroimaging technology such as encephalogram, fMRI, ECG, etc. Therefore, the neurophysiological EEG was used to identify the brain activities after listening to Zikr and...
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Feedback is a general idea of modifying system behavior depending on the measurement outcomes. It spreads from natural sciences, engineering, and artificial intelligence to contemporary classical and rock music. Recently, feedback has been suggested as a tool to induce phase transitions beyond the dissipative ones and tune their universality class....
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Music criticism in the context of popular music clearly shows the intrinsic transversality and elusiveness of a practice traditionally hanging between the duty to inform and the need to apply a critical method based on complex theoretical tools. Unlike literary, artistic or classical music criticism, the pop music press has often renounced recourse...
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Keroncong, a slow and crooning music, serves as the art and culture that reflects Indonesian identities. This music style still exists today, particularly in Semarang that is widely known as an urban area. The resistance of such music is actualized with the process of mimicry and hybridity of keroncong and rock music, causing pros and cons that lea...
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This article analyzes the Tianguis Cultural del Chopo (tcc) in Mexico City as an urban public space that was historically shaped by social groups with different interests and sociocultural backgrounds. Known for its transgressive character (especially rock music), the tcc was able to stabilize over time by negotiating internal and external orders o...