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  • How does actin work in a cytoskeleton?

    How does the actin protein work in microfilaments in the cytoskeleton to move and shape the cell? Specifics please, at a microscopic level.

    3 AnswersBiology8 years ago
  • Question about Chopin?

    Are those semitone runs that chopin so commonly uses as embellishments in his pieces (such as his first nocturne) trademark of him? Did he invent those or was he inspired by another composer before him? If he was inspired, please cite the composer and his work .

    4 AnswersClassical8 years ago
  • Mozart's good Symphonies?

    i feel i am not too exposed to mozart. i like his 25th symphony. i want to know other works of his to listen to. preferably symphonies but you can include whatever. also, avoid childish songs like k545

    5 AnswersClassical8 years ago
  • op 9 chopin nocturnes.........?

    what do you like better , op 9 no. 1 or op. 9 no. 2? i like no. 1 better. more emotional.

    6 AnswersClassical8 years ago
  • Music Versus. Literature?

    What has a more powerful impact, emotionally? Compare the beautiful sonnets by Shakespeare, to the beautiful sonatas by Beethoven, to the touching pen of Edgar Allen Poe, to the beautiful Nocturnes of Frederic Chopin. I personally think music is more emotionally powerful. I know this question may get bias, it is in the literature section, but I have posted the exact same question in music, to get the differing opinions. Thanks for answering and I appreciate your opinion!

    1 AnswerPoetry8 years ago
  • Music Versus Literature?

    What has a more powerful impact, emotionally? Compare the beautiful sonnets by Shakespeare, to the beautiful sonatas by Beethoven, to the touching pen of Edgar Allen Poe, to the beautiful Nocturnes of Frederic Chopin. I personally think music is more emotionally powerful. I know this question may get bias, it is in the classical music section, but i will repost this in literature and see what i get. Thanks if you answer! I appreciate your opinion.

    4 AnswersClassical8 years ago
  • Religion is bad? What do you think?

    why do people believe in religion? it has caused more wars than any other reason. it has not caused loved, but instead spewed hate. I am not an atheist, i believe in a greater force, but i do not believe in religion, because, most logically, it is man-made nonsense that were "inspired". There is a root cause to all that science has yet to explain, one force, that is GOd. I do not believe God is a being, I feel that God is a force. Who knows, "God" might be the unexplained dark matter in the universe. The undetectable force, the force or creation. Religion, however, is unnecessary. Opinions or Comments? I am not trashing anything, I hate all religions equally, I am not trying to get you to hate religion, but explain your reason for sticking to or an explanation to the conflict religions have caused. Thanks.

    19 AnswersReligion & Spirituality8 years ago
  • classical music restrictions?

    Hi, can you inform me on some of the fundamental classical music "restrictions" or guidelines? i mean like, certain chord switches you cannot do, ... basically anything you have to or can not do , considering the actual composition.

    2 AnswersClassical8 years ago
  • What Beethoven Piece is This?

    The one at the VERY beginning (NOT FUR ELISE!) .. the little piano intro..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kX8gsAMkrcc

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    It may not be a Beethoven piece, but it sounds like one, especially after they used fur elise and symphony 5.

    1 AnswerClassical8 years ago