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Public music was purposeful in the past compared to its present day intentions of appearing popular (A)
Which of the following best conveys the message of the passage?
Sufficient because the author continues by supplying several examples of specific functions along with advantages, and illustrations the progress of background music (D)
Analyze the author specific claim that, "it is easy to forget the background music is typically used for very specific purposes." determine if the authors claim is sufficiently supported through evidence or insufficiently supported by lacking evidence and why?
Both passages demonstrate how music has evolved according to the public and commercial demand (seeclose to maps
How do the passages address the same concept and theme?
"Music could enhance the mood of both workers and consumers" "Music shit it from being something that people actively created to something they passively consumed "(C)
Analyze the following pairs of statements and determine the best illustration for the authors concept of music
The first passage is written to demonstrate how background music on elevators was the springboard companies such as Muzak while the second passage is written to provide specific musical titles supporting that recognizes the significance of music (A)
Which of the following description best characterizes the approach of the author in developing the correct theme of musical development?
Valid because the author supports using relevant and factual evidence (B)
Analyze the authors claim that "Muzak was the clear leader in the field, and the company soon perfected its program formatting that addressed the needs of clients during each hour of the day. "Determine if the authors claim is valid or invalid and why?
The purpose of music is to sway a large audience to begin listening to a particular genre (C)
Which statement best describes the theme of these passages?
The authors would agree that musical trends transform according to what is popular and high public request (B)
Based on the theme of both passages, which statement about music would the authors likely agree?