State Of The Subway Cars Report (R32s-R188s) by Winson Thai A really long report that I wrote in high school about all the sub... [5,037 words]
Sheepshead Bay Station by Winson Thai This is an essay I wrote in college about how the subway station I lived by, Sheepshead ... [712 words]
Africans, Westerners And Intelligence. by Colin Baker A reply to Dr. James D. Watson's recent assertion that Africans are of i... [7,297 words]
Connecting With A Train Engineer: My Personal Memories Of Amtrak's Coast Starlight by Shelley J Alongi Four trips on the Coast Star... [3,862 words]
Metrolink111: The Learning Trip by Shelley J Alongi It has been two months since the Metrolink 111 accident. I've learned lots and... [1,758 words]
Metrolink111: I'd Rather Have The Serving Dish by Shelley J Alongi Thoughts of losing Rob the Metrolink engineer in the Chatsworth ... [2,571 words]
Unrealistic Reality by Michelle Mercier - [319 words]
So Much Time by Michelle Mercier - [740 words]
Metrolink111: Brown Eyes, Technology And Railroad Tracks by Shelley J Alongi Another milestone in my journey through the metrolink ... [2,744 words]
Metrolink 111: Being Unforgettable by Shelley J Alongi Yet another trip to the Fullerton station provides more relief and allows me... [1,475 words]
Metrolink 111: What Does That Face Look Like by Shelley J Alongi Reflections on the portrayal of Robert M. Sanchez in the media, an... [1,425 words]
Metrolink 111: The Green Light Of Passion by Shelley J Alongi A trip to the fullerton train station to get a hair of the dog that b... [1,417 words]
Metrolink 111: The Freight Train From Nowhere by Shelley J Alongi My perspective on why I feel so keenly the loss of robert M. Sanc... [1,831 words]
Metrolink 111: Taking The Curve by Shelley J Alongi Another trip to the fullerton station and plans to commune with the Chatsworth ... [1,408 words]
Metrolink 111: So What Do I Know About Trains? by Shelley J Alongi Stories start in the strangest places. I never would have though... [977 words]
Metrolink 111: Looking Hell In The Eyes by Shelley J Alongi Another step on my journey through the Metrolink 111 Sept 12 crash; a s... [1,557 words]
Metrolink 111: It's All About Lunch by Shelley J Alongi Never turn down an invitation to lunch and always make good memories. Good ... [909 words]
Metrolink 111: Being With Trains by Shelley J Alongi A second trip to the Fullerton train station allows me to get started on an id... [3,040 words]
Kitty Kisses: The Feline Moving Day Blues by Shelley J Alongi Moving with two cats. [1,239 words]
The Unheard Of Name by Graham Reynolds Graham, it’s not a name you here everyday now is it? In fact I have only met one other pers... [235 words]
Memorial To A Train Engineer by Shelley J Alongi Personal reflection on the crash of Metrolink 111. [963 words]
Covert Now To Islam by Wael El-Manzalawy - [241 words]
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Simply The Best by James Donaldson Collins The story of the rise and fall of Bobby Fischer [2,259 words]
A Great Loneliness by James Donaldson Collins A plea for understanding of how the wolf fits into our world. [1,499 words]
Kitty Kisses: Affection With Stipulations by Shelley J Alongi Signing a contract with a cat can be a pleasant affair. [664 words]
The Tyrant Of Egypt by Wael El-Manzalawy - [108 words]
The Dictator Of Egypt by Wael El-Manzalawy - [705 words]
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Media Coursework by Mark E S Hanson Ignore please [3,091 words]
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Interviews From Hell by Jeffrey Lee Williams Hunting for the perfect position can be Hell. Here is a small example. [1,450 words]
Alone With Others by Elena Kravtsova A story about one lady's life which makes others feel sorry... [603 words]
Unbridled Fury: The Subconscious by R Bennett Okerstrom Subconscious thought... [365 words]
Unbridled Fury: The Battle To Breathe by R Bennett Okerstrom Subconscious thought... [685 words]
What’S Wrong With Assimilation? by Richard Koss This essay was originally written in 2006 when the Senate was considering an Im... [453 words]
My Dad by T Demarest - [306 words]
Media by M Hanson Don't comment, I just need this [478 words]
Existence Manifesto by Brandon Gregory Ryner Coltress A philosophy paper that I wrote. Maybe it started out as a letter to a friend. Maybe it s... [1,354 words]
Drama, Ignore It by Hanson Ignore it [1,850 words]
Dedicated To The Best Teacher In My Life by Elena Kravtsova This is an ode to a university teacher who influenced the author's per... [326 words]
True Stories About True People Story 3--'the Power Of Love.Mother's.' by Elena Kravtsova We love our mothers and sometimes are shy... [702 words]
The Islamic Dream by Wael El-Manzalawy - [338 words]
Kitty Kisses: Cat Wisdom by Shelley J Alongi After three years of cohabitating with cats, what have I learned? Read this entertaini... [1,383 words]
An Itsy Bitsy Lesson by Dee Sleng The way it works. [464 words]
What Is Heaven? by Wanderer Bass - [211 words]
Transfusion by Julie Fonda How one woman regroups after a chaotic day. [730 words]
Rant - Stupid Kids by Wanderer Bass Here's a rant that we all share when we think about stupid highschool kids. [718 words]
Mommy by Jae Rae It's more of a letter than an essay. It's something I wrote to my mom on Mother's Day. [597 words]
If You Don't Like It... by Wanderer Bass To all the people who don't have a brain out there. [349 words]
On Turning Seventy by Liilia Morrison A woman ponders the march of time [717 words]
In Soviet... by Wanderer Bass Just a bunch of random "In Soviet..." tidbits I thought up. If any of these are offensive to you, ... [83 words]
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Music, Ignore Please
Mark E S Hanson
17 Years Old.
Writing lyrics for 3 years.
Over 500 songs lyrically written.
Musician, solo and band.
Two solo collections of writings.
Vocalist and bassist.
Enjoy my musings.
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A Life In The Day (Songs) Part of the 'AfterDark Café' series of writings by me. Full collection at http://drycellbodycrumbles.deviantart.com The story of two young lovers running away from leadership and convincing each other... [348 words] [Motivational]
Media Coursework (Essays) Ignore please [3,091 words] [Writing Resource]
Sky, Sea, Shade, Suspense (Songs) Inspired by this piece of art- http://angelreich.deviantart.com/art/Bloody-Tears-52986069 [287 words] [Nature]
Welcome To The Afterdark Café (Songs) An introduction to the 'AfterDark Café' series of writings. [90 words]
Your Blank Label (Songs) About the uprise in lust and the decline in human decency. You can have the worst personality but if you have a great body you'll be just fine. This song is anti-that. Inspired by a Young Enterprise c... [232 words] [Psychology]
Music, Ignore Please
Mark E S Hanson
(a)- Comment on the variety of textures in O Wilhelme
The textures in O Wilhelme vary as the piece progresses. It starts off with the treble and mean parts singing together until bar 4 where the counter-tenors, tenors and basses take over using polyphony, almost a repetition of the treble and mean’s parts. We don’t see any change in texture until bar 14, when the piece takes on a homophonic feel up to bar 16 when the treble and mean parts stop again to let the male parts sing together back in the polyphonic style. The homophony returns at bar 33 in the treble and mean parts, and it is also homorhythmic, with chordal progressions. The two polyphonic and homophonic textures seem to alternate throughout the rest of the piece, really being the only two textures involved in the piece. The parts in O Wilhelme are split mostly between the higher and lower parts, and the treble part even splits off into two parts (a gymel), to add to the thickness of the texture.
(b)- To what extent does modal harmony play a part in the motets by Taverner and Tavener?
In John Taverner’s ‘O Wilhelme, pastor bone’, the harmony is essentially modal throughout, a prime example of this being shown in bar 15 when we see the harmony stressing the modality up to a modal cadence at 16, which is shown again at bars 19-20 also. The modality of O Wilhelme after those cadences isn’t really highlighted again, the modes staying the same till the end. In John Tavener’s ‘The Lamb’, the piece is atonal, allowing for a lot of modality to be used in the motet. The most notable example of this can be seen in bar 20, the last bar, where we see the Aeolian mode being used to go through E, F#, G, A, B, C, D and E, to end the piece, making the modal harmony an important part of the whole piece.
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