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The Hip Hop Culture Identity

Hip-hop isn't just about music. Hip-hop is about dance, art, expression, pain, love, racism, sexism, broken families, hard times, overcoming adversity and the search for God. It's a culture, a way of life, a language, a fashion, a set of values, and a unique perspective. Hip-hop is about trying to live out the American dream from the bottom up.

 

Hip-Hop culture is a unique phenomenon because it does incorporate and affect so many different cultures, ages and classes. In the…

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Added by Stanley T. Westfall on June 17, 2017 at 8:02am — No Comments

Learning Music Production: Nadel Paris

Learning music production is not easy to master, for it can take an enormous amount of time on your parts to even learn how to understand producing music just right. However, with the right learning method, you should well be on the way to jamming to some of the top charts in no time at all. Nevertheless, what learning production system would be the right course to realize your dream?

 

The answer would naturally be a complete music production course. You can find a lot of…

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Added by Stanley T. Westfall on May 27, 2017 at 8:10am — No Comments

When It Comes To Music, You Never Know What's Going To Be Popular

What do the majority of music aficionados search out when it comes to musical genres? What CDs achieve the highest sales results? What is the dominant style of music heard on the airwaves and on the dance floors around the world today? The answer is popular, or pop, music. While jazz, classical, polka, reggae and the like have their loyal followers, no group commands the audience that popular music does.

 

In general, popular music is any music that's accessible to the public…

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Added by Stanley T. Westfall on May 15, 2017 at 7:30am — No Comments

Don't Make These Common Mistakes while Screenwriting

Screenwriting is wildly different from writing a novel or true-story book. It is a different medium and needs to be treated as such. It is a very difficult form that few authors are able to master. 

With this in mind, here are a few of common mistakes stated by…

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Added by Stanley T. Westfall on April 21, 2017 at 8:13am — No Comments

Art Classes Benefits that Last a Lifetime for Kids

Children can develop a deep curiosity about art when provided with the opportunity at a young age. Art classes for kids that focus on painting, sculpting, drawing, and other forms of expressing artistic creativity increase a child's curiosity. Children develop certain advantages through a kids art lesson that can last a lifetime. Recent studies have found that when provided exposure to forms of artistic expression, children show improvement in concentration and coordination. Here we will…

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Added by Richard S. Flavin on April 18, 2017 at 1:30am — No Comments

Why You Need Representation for Screenwriting?

If you're a new screenwriter, you may have learned the hard way that you must have representation, from either a manager or an agent. Most production companies and studios will not read your screenplay if you don't have someone representing you. So how do you go about getting a rep? Here are a few pointers:

 

You should have a least one great polished script, preferably several of them to showcase your talent. Most agents and managers prefer to work with someone who has the…

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Added by Stanley T. Westfall on April 14, 2017 at 8:20am — No Comments

Dance Instructions by Helene Goldnadel Which Nurture A Child's Potential

Little ones, young and vibrant treasures which unquestionably, will always be brimming with life. They express their minds and inner thoughts by using acts. Dads and moms could tell their children's thoughts in the way they move or simply the way they act. This will be exactly the particular reason why engaging your children in performing arts such as dance classes and singing courses is significant in their formation.

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Added by Richard S. Flavin on April 13, 2017 at 2:12am — No Comments

Develop Your Child's Life Skills with Music and Movement Class of Helene Goldnadel

We all want our child to develop the skills they need to communicate. We also want them to be self confident and to exhibit at least some self control. One way to improve these skills is to enroll them in a music and movement class of Helene Goldnadel's Institute meant for children in their age group.

 

Their language…

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Added by Richard S. Flavin on April 10, 2017 at 1:27am — No Comments

Developing An Appreciation for The Creative With Kids Art Classes

Whenever if a child doesn't show a passion for drawings, illustrations, sculptures, or paintings doesn't mean you can't encourage the development of an appreciation for the creative. Most children simply need the exposure to develop an enjoyment for these things. Exposure often ignites a unique joy for the creative in children. Unfortunately, many parents don't know to provide this opportunity through kids art classes or other exposure to the arts. Some parents will never know the…

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Added by Richard S. Flavin on April 7, 2017 at 1:06am — No Comments

Helene Goldnadel: Enhancing Your Kids' Cognition through Music

Cognition is defined as the mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience and the senses. By this definition, we can say that cognition plays an important role in how each one of us learn concepts and apply what we learn in real life.

 

Not only do we limit learning in concepts rather it encompasses life's lessons and important values. Because of this, concerned parties, including parents have ventured this arena and experimented…

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Added by Richard S. Flavin on April 1, 2017 at 6:14am — No Comments

Does Music Have an Impact on Children's Education?

While music may look like a pointless cord in an academic or educational program, a strong body of evidence demonstrates that music can play an important part in enhancing scholastic execution. A 2005 University of North Carolina at Greensboro report states that few academic studies have discovered a general increment in test scores across over academic disciplines for students who take an interest in music programs or play a musical instrument.

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Added by Richard S. Flavin on March 28, 2017 at 6:43am — No Comments

Getting Your Child Into Singing Lessons by Nadel Paris

The young ones are the easiest ones to teach singing lessons to. Notice how a child can sing on tune in nursery rhymes and eventually on their own favorite songs as they get older. If your children have what it takes, and with their own willingness, you can enroll your child in singing lessons. The readiness of your child will greatly affect the whole teaching process. It is said that the most ideal age to start learning singing is between ages 5-10. Nadel Paris's Institute can provide…

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Added by Stanley T. Westfall on March 14, 2017 at 8:15am — No Comments

Auditioning Tips by Helene Goldnadel for Musical Theatre

Are you preparing yourself for singing auditions? Do you want to make your career bright? Are you not finding any clues for it? Do not worry now because Helene Goldnadel's Institute assures you that it is now very easy task to do it now. Helen Nadel premiere institution is faring extremely powerfully in the film, performing art and TV commercial industry.

 

One of the most difficult parts of being in…

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Added by Richard S. Flavin on March 14, 2017 at 3:13am — No Comments

Getting Your Child Into Singing Lessons by Nadel Paris

The young ones are the easiest ones to teach singing lessons to. Notice how a child can sing on tune in nursery rhymes and eventually on their own favorite songs as they get older. If your children have what it takes, and with their own willingness, you can enroll your child in singing lessons. The readiness of your child will greatly affect the whole teaching process. It is said that the most ideal age to start learning singing is between ages 5-10. Nadel Paris's Institute can provide…

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Added by Stanley T. Westfall on March 10, 2017 at 8:08am — No Comments

How to Coach Oneself to Learn to Sing: Nadel Paris

A lot of folk who has a passion for music and truly loves to sing ask themselves how they can teach themselves to learn to sing. When hiring a professional voice teacher what is evoked are the price and time it requires for you to learn how to sing, not to mention that details you want to study singing.

 

Below are some beneficial tips about how you can teach yourself to develop a good singing voice and expand your voice range.

 

1) Emotion - It is a fact…

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Added by Stanley T. Westfall on March 9, 2017 at 4:12am — No Comments

Helene Goldnadel stating the Role of Music and Movement in Early Childhood Development

A child's early years constitute a period of rapid intellectual, social, and emotional development. Integrating music and movement into children's education at this point in their lives is well-established as a great way to maximize this golden 'window of opportunity'. But how does music and movement actually work to benefit a child's early development, and are there some easy ways to build these activities into daily learning?

 

Mind games: How…

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Added by Richard S. Flavin on March 8, 2017 at 1:37am — No Comments

Become A Better Musician With Better Practice Habits

As with anything in life, you will become a better musician the more you practice and even though you can't expect to be an overnight sensation in most cases, you can dramatically increase your performance by the way you practice.

Most people don't think about warming up before practicing their music but just like an athlete it will help you to perform better and learn faster. Always warm up before you begin practicing to settle your nerves and get your body relaxed so that…

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Added by Stanley T. Westfall on March 3, 2017 at 6:35am — No Comments

How Art Classes for Kids Can Help in a Better Future?

Art is a form of creativity that kids love to do. This love for art comes naturally and they enjoy performing drawing, painting and creating different things. A very few schools have art as a part of their curriculum as they believe there are many other subjects much important for the bright future of the kids. This is not at all true. Helene Goldnadel (a teacher of the arts) believes that art contributes a lot in the…

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Added by Richard S. Flavin on March 3, 2017 at 1:51am — No Comments

Pop Music Can Be Creative

Pop music may include elements of rock, hip hop, reggae, dance, R&B, jazz, electronic, and sometimes folk music and various other styles. Pop music performers typically make use of state-of-the-art technology and recording studios to achieve the sound they want, and record producers may have a heavy influence. Pop music generally uses a simple, memorable melody and emphasizes the rhythm, often with syncopation, and stripped down to a basic riff or loop which repeats throughout much of…

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Added by Stanley T. Westfall on February 28, 2017 at 7:09am — No Comments

Essential Tips by Helene Goldnadel to Improve Your Acting Audition

Acting auditions can make any one nervous, even those who have given these auditions a couple of times before. But there are ways to improve with every audition and get rid of the area of weaknesses. If the candidate follows certain tips and guidance, he will not only feel confident and less nervous on the day of acting audition but also give his best performance. Apart from having the talent, Helene Goldnadel suggests…

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Added by Richard S. Flavin on February 28, 2017 at 1:39am — No Comments

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