101 Amazing Bob Marley Facts by Jack Goldstein

By Jack Goldstein

Bob Marley is the world's most sensible recognized reggae artist. His tune has got excitement to hundreds of thousands internationally. as a way to be aware of a hundred-and-one proof approximately him, his lifestyles and his song, then this can be the publication for you! try your self and your mates with those handily-packaged evidence simply organised into different types for max leisure.

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I once suggested to the Castroville Chamber of Commerce that they change capitol to heart. ) Stanford has become something of a second home for computer scientists and engineers who love music. John Chowning, who was well known as an avant-garde composer, has had a professorship in the music department there since the 1970s, and was among a group of pioneering composers at the time who were using the computer to create, store, and reproduce sounds in their compositions. Chowning later became the founding director of the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics at Stanford, known as CCRMA (pronounced CAR-ma; 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 insiders joke that the first c is silent).

Because the sequence of whole steps and half steps is different for minor and major scales, the interval sizes are different for chords taken in this way from the two different scales. If we build a chord starting on C and use the tones from the 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 C major scale, we use C, E, and G. If instead we use the C minor scale, the first, third, and fifth notes are C, E-flat, and G. This difference in the third degree, between E and E-flat, turns the chord itself from a major chord into a minor chord.

But you don’t try to make the rise in your voice match a specific pitch. It is enough that you end the sentence somewhat higher in pitch than you be- 28 29 30 31 gan it. This is a convention in English (though not in all languages—we 32 have to learn it), and is known in linguistics as a prosodic cue. There are similar conventions for music written in the Western tradition. qxd 5/23/06 3:17 PM Page 26 26 This Is Your Brain on Music 1 2 sequences of pitches evoke calm, others, excitement. The brain basis for this is primarily based on learning, just as we learn that a rising intona- 3 4 tion indicates a question.

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