Karen Cuneo Ramirez is one of my favorite person when it comes to practical music theory http: ChuckO You seem to know theory but it seems odd that you are looking at actual chords and their frequency and not the chords relationship to the scale which would seem to me to be more relevant. Although it would be interesting if hit songs in the key of C were prevalent especially if the singers tended to sing in a particular range. ChuckO By range I mean octave.
Fourth Assistant Engineer, Mark T. Sunstrom Acting Master, J. Acting Assistant Surgeon, Daniel C. Campbell Four of the officers were Line officers and responsible for the handling of the vessel and operation of guns during battle, while the engineering officers were considered a class unto themselves.
Each gun was crewed by eight men. Thus, during battle, at least 18 men were present in the turret.
Worden had selected Toffey to serve as his Captain's Clerk. Two black Americans were also among the enlisted men in the crew.
The entire crew were given goat-skin mats to sleep on. Lighting for each living area was provided by small skylights in the deck above, which were covered by an iron hatch during battle. The officer's wardroom was located forward of the berth deck where officers would eat their meals, hold meetings or socialize during what little spare time they had.
It was well furnished with an oriental rug, a large oak table and other such items. Ericsson had personally paid for the costs of all the officer's furnishings.
In particular the correspondence of George S. Geerwho sent more than 80 letters, often referred to as The Monitor Chronicles, [f] to his wife Martha during the entire time of Monitor's service provide many details and insights into every chapter of the ironclad's short-lived history, offering a rare perspective of a sailor's experience on the naval front during the Civil War.
The letters of Acting Paymaster William F. Keeler to his wife Anna also corroborate many of the accounts of affairs that took place aboard the Monitor. The letters of Geer and Keeler are available for viewing and are housed at the Mariners' Museum in Virginia.
Stodderone of the last crew members to abandon Monitor minutes before she sank in a storm at sea,  who was the last surviving crew member of Monitor and lived well into the 20th century.
First Assistant Engineer Isaac Newton ordered the engine room abandoned and had the able-bodied crew drag the afflicted engine room hands to the top of the turret where the fresh air could revive them. Later that night, the wheel ropes controlling the ship's rudder jammed, making it nearly impossible to control the ship's heading in the rough seas.
Monitor was now in danger of founderingso Worden signaled Seth Low for help and had Monitor towed to calmer waters closer to shore so she was able to restart her engines later that evening. She rounded Cape Charles around 3: The ship's chief engineer, H.
Ashton Ramsay, served in Merrimack before the Civil War broke out and knew of the engine's unreliability, but Buchanan pushed forward undaunted. Virginia, however, was unable to attack Minnesota before daylight faded.
That day Buchanan was severely wounded in the leg and was relieved of command by Catesby ap Roger Jones. Many were now concerned Virginia would put to sea and begin bombarding cities such as New York while others feared she would ascend the Potomac River and attack Washington.
StantonSecretary Welles and other senior naval officers, inquiries were made about Monitor's ability to stop Virginia's prospect of further destruction. When the temperamental Stanton learned that Monitor had only two guns he expressed contempt and rage as he paced back and forth, further increasing the anxiety and despair among members of the meeting.
Assurances from Admiral Dahlgren and other officers that Virginia was too massive to effectively approach Washington and that Monitor was capable of the challenge offered him no consolation.
After further deliberations Lincoln was finally assured but Stanton remained almost in a state of terror and sent telegrams to various governors and mayors of the coastal states warning them of the danger. When the firing was heard in the distance, Greene sent paymaster Keeler to the pilot house for permission to open fire as soon as possible where Worden ordered,   "Tell Mr.
Green not to fire till I give the word, to be cool and deliberate, to take sure aim and not waste a shot. During the battle Monitor fired solid shot, about once every eight minutes, while Virginia fired shell exclusively.
Both ships were constantly in motion, maintaining a circular pattern. Several times, Monitor received direct hits on the turret, causing some bolts to violently shear off and ricochet around inside. The deafening sound of the impact stunned some of the crew, causing nose and ear bleeding.
At one point, Virginia attempted to ram, but only struck Monitor a glancing blow and did no damage. The collision did, however, aggravate the damage to Virginia's bow from when she had previously rammed Cumberland. Monitor was also unable to do significant damage to Virginia, possibly because her guns were firing with reduced charges, on advice from Commander John Dahlgrenthe gun's designer, who lacked the "preliminary information" needed to determine what amount of charge was needed to "pierce, dislocate or dislodge iron plates" of various thicknesses and configurations.
With one of the hatches to the gun ports damaged and jammed shut she hauled off to shallow waters to resupply the turret and effect repairs to the damaged hatch, which could not be repaired.
During the lull in the battle Worden climbed through the gun port out onto the deck to get a better view of the overall situation.The Raft of the Medusa was a polarizing political commentary that is generally considered to be the young Géricault's masterpiece, and is still one of the most talked about paintings in the world today.
That’s a good recommendation. I have a feeling it wouldn’t change the results much for pop songs, but it’s something to try! I know Pandora has done some analysis like this for their database, but I thought it was limited to things like major or minor tonality, upbeat tempo, etc.
and didn’t delve as much into the nitty gritty harmony.
Théodore Géricault, The Raft of the Medusa, Formal Analysis Théodore Géricault's epic work, The Raft of the Medusa, is a formal triumph charged with energy, drama, and theatrical grandeur. For children who are starting homeschooling after an experience in a traditional school setting, deschooling is an important part of the transition.
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USS Monitor was an iron-hulled regardbouddhiste.com during the American Civil War, she was the first ironclad warship commissioned by the Union Navy. Monitor is most famous for her central role in the Battle of Hampton Roads on 9 March , where, under the command of Lieutenant John Worden, she fought the casemate ironclad CSS Virginia (built on the hull of the former steam frigate USS Merrimack.