https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0x9YeWgLHw NEEDS reference The central focus o

NEEDS reference
The central focus of the research report is on branding (Brand means core values and identity) . combine or synthesis ideas from academic and cultural writers with the chosen artists work. be critically and objective thinking
Can choose 4 to focus on critically exploring a range from the following outputs.    
Music、Songs、Lyrics、Production、Mixes、Videos、Photos、Biography、Clothes、Performance、Social Media and Fan Relationships ( more prefer social media, music.. more because of her Cultural identity and her own core value )

walk through video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0x9YeWgLHw A research repor

walk through video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0x9YeWgLHw
A research report on Lisa(from Black pink). The central focus of the research report is on branding (Branding means core values and identity) . Look at the reading list (picture and pdf book) to combine or synthesis ideas from academic and cultural writers with the chosen artists work.  be critically and objective thinking
Can choose(4or5) to focus on critically exploring a range from the following outputs.    
Music、Songs、Lyrics、Production、Mixes、Videos、Photos、Biography、Clothes、Performance、Social Media and Fan Relationships
(Subtitle outputs prefer social media, music.. please look the example i give then u will understand)
NEED references from Books i give and can also from other research
In conclusion, We are writing a critical report based on research and an objective analysis. We then need to form a judgement on how and why the artist makes us (the audience) feel a certain way.
Walkthrough:
Start with overview:  what is the brand of the artist?  (Brand means core values and identity)
then focus on subtitles

Rock music can be described as a “reflection of society” and has brought people

Rock music can be described as a “reflection of society” and has brought people together to support or object to something in American society, whether it’s social, economic, or political in nature. Can you name a particular instance when this was true? Can you name a particular song that would be an example to defend your opinion?

Backed by a solid understanding of the current state of knowledge and research,

Backed by a solid understanding of the current state of knowledge and research, each team must define a problem, important question, or hole in their area of focus. The team will work together to come up with novel approaches to solve the problem. Team members will divide the work and will each contribute to the project. Each group will give a 20-minute presentation, and each individual will submit a 1000-word paper showing their contribution to the group’s work. The group may select one member to make the presentation — the group’s work will be graded based on the quality and fluidity of the presentation, staying within the time limit —­ your grade will not be affected by whether you speak or not.
My job in this team is to figure out what is latency. So this paper will be focus on 1. What is latency. 2. What is latency specifically in distributed performance(music, live show, etc). 3. What are some solutions.
At least 5 sources needed. (GUILDED RESOURCES).
Please be as specific as possible. Don’t go too vague or too broad.

Watch the video, Umm Kulthum: A Voice LIke Egypt from youtube, and answer each q

Watch the video, Umm Kulthum: A Voice LIke Egypt from youtube, and answer each question below in complete sentences.

According to the personal testimonies at the beginning of the film, how do Egyptians remember Umm Kulthum, twenty years after her death?
On which topic did Umm Kulthum’s early education focus? How did this benefit her as a singer? (Note: the holy book of Islam is the Koran or Qur’an.)
How did Umm Kulthum first begin to sing publically?
Why did Umm Kulthum’s father dress her in boys’ clothing? Why did he continue to allow her to perform?
Which country colonized Egypt? How did Umm Kulthum’s music support the Egyptian independence movement?
How did the role of women change after the Egyptian revolution of 1919?
How did Umm Kulthum’s public persona compare to that of other female artists at the time?
Who was Ahmed Rami? What did he do for Umm Kulthum?
Umm Kulthum built her career on which three technologies that were new to Egypt?
What is the melodic contour of Umm Kulthum’s songs? (Ascending, descending, or arching?)
Why did early Egyptian cinema feature singers?
Who was MohammedAbd el-Wahhab? Why was he Umm Kulthum’s biggest rival?
How did Umm Kulthuum insist musicians in her orchestra learn to play her music?
What is tarab? What is the English translation, according to the film?
How would Umm Kulthum musically create a sense of tarab for her listeners?
In concert footage of Kulthum’s performances, how do her audiences react to tarab?
Why did Umm Kulthum carefully guard her privacy?
How did Kulthum support Egyptian revolutionary activities in the 1930s?
How did the Egyptian revolution of the late 1950s threaten Umm Kulthum’s career?
How did political leader Gamal Abdel Nasser support Kultum?
Why was Umm Kulthum’s collaboration with her formal rival, MohammedAbd el-Wahhab, a significant event?
Describe the ensemble supporting Umm Kulthum’s performance of el-Wahhab’s composition, “Enta Omri.” Which instruments do you see and hear in these examples? (Describe the size of the ensemble and the types of instruments using vocabulary such as chordophones, membranophones, etc.)
Why did it take Umm Kulthum nearly two hours to perform “Enta Omri?”
According to interviews in the documentary, why do songs such as “Enta Omri” hold such significance with their listeners?
How did Kulthum “mobilize the Arab world” after Egypt’s defeat in the Six-Day War?

Watch the video, Umm Kulthum: A Voice LIke Egypt from youtube, and answer each q

Watch the video, Umm Kulthum: A Voice LIke Egypt from youtube, and answer each question below in complete sentences.

According to the personal testimonies at the beginning of the film, how do Egyptians remember Umm Kulthum, twenty years after her death?
On which topic did Umm Kulthum’s early education focus? How did this benefit her as a singer? (Note: the holy book of Islam is the Koran or Qur’an.)
How did Umm Kulthum first begin to sing publically?
Why did Umm Kulthum’s father dress her in boys’ clothing? Why did he continue to allow her to perform?
Which country colonized Egypt? How did Umm Kulthum’s music support the Egyptian independence movement?
How did the role of women change after the Egyptian revolution of 1919?
How did Umm Kulthum’s public persona compare to that of other female artists at the time?
Who was Ahmed Rami? What did he do for Umm Kulthum?
Umm Kulthum built her career on which three technologies that were new to Egypt?
What is the melodic contour of Umm Kulthum’s songs? (Ascending, descending, or arching?)
Why did early Egyptian cinema feature singers?
Who was MohammedAbd el-Wahhab? Why was he Umm Kulthum’s biggest rival?
How did Umm Kulthuum insist musicians in her orchestra learn to play her music?
What is tarab? What is the English translation, according to the film?
How would Umm Kulthum musically create a sense of tarab for her listeners?
In concert footage of Kulthum’s performances, how do her audiences react to tarab?
Why did Umm Kulthum carefully guard her privacy?
How did Kulthum support Egyptian revolutionary activities in the 1930s?
How did the Egyptian revolution of the late 1950s threaten Umm Kulthum’s career?
How did political leader Gamal Abdel Nasser support Kultum?
Why was Umm Kulthum’s collaboration with her formal rival, MohammedAbd el-Wahhab, a significant event?
Describe the ensemble supporting Umm Kulthum’s performance of el-Wahhab’s composition, “Enta Omri.” Which instruments do you see and hear in these examples? (Describe the size of the ensemble and the types of instruments using vocabulary such as chordophones, membranophones, etc.)
Why did it take Umm Kulthum nearly two hours to perform “Enta Omri?”
According to interviews in the documentary, why do songs such as “Enta Omri” hold such significance with their listeners?
How did Kulthum “mobilize the Arab world” after Egypt’s defeat in the Six-Day War?

Review an album or recording project of any kind of popular music (rock, pop, hi

Review an album or recording project of any kind of popular music (rock, pop, hip-hop/rap, reggae, country, EDM, Doom Metal, &c.) that was released within the last three years. Writing: 20 points
Extra-musical aspects: 30 points
Musical/sounding aspects: 40 points
Lyrics and word-sound aspects: 10 points
Critical review: 25 points
TOTAL: 125 points

Prompt: Discuss the history, technological advancements, and how the electric ba

Prompt: Discuss the history, technological advancements, and how the electric bass guitar impacted Rock music during the 1960s and 1970s. Things to talk about: The electric bass guitar appeared in the 1930s, By 1951 Leo Fender invented the modern bass guitar to provide a louder alternative for double bassists or allow guitarists to play the bass, the impact/role of amplification for the bass guitar, the appearance of the precision bass with split-coil pickups (1957), the appearance of the jazz bass with 2 single-coil pickups (1960), explain the differences between the precision bass and the jazz bass, how the bass guitar impacted Rock music and notable bassists of that genre (i.e. Roger Waters, John Paul Jones)
In this assignment, try to come up with your own thoughts, opinions, and observations. Your essay should be organized around a central point, which is argued convincingly and supported by evidence. While this isn’t specifically a research paper, you are strongly advised to consult outside sources, and when you do be sure to cite them properly.

Complete the following essay questions of 300 words each: How do you define MODE

Complete the following essay questions of 300 words each:
How do you define MODERNISM in music? Give examples from Stravinsky’s RITE OF SPRING, and feel free to cite the Textbook readings.
Describe the MUSICAL ELEMENTS of Stravinsky’s RITE OF SPRING in detail.
How is modernism different from romanticism? Compare and contrast Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique with Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring.

Complete the following essay questions of 300 words each: How do you define MODE

Complete the following essay questions of 300 words each:
How do you define MODERNISM in music? Give examples from Stravinsky’s RITE OF SPRING, and feel free to cite the Textbook readings.
Describe the MUSICAL ELEMENTS of Stravinsky’s RITE OF SPRING in detail.
How is modernism different from romanticism? Compare and contrast Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique with Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring.