|Employer:||Ort Gutman High School|
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There is a long history of the connection between music and politics. Political expression in music can be anti-establishment, protest themes, including anti-war songs, or pro-establishment ideas that are also used, for example in national anthems, patriotic songs, and political campaigns. Many of these types of songs could be described as topical songs (songs that comments on political or social event). Unlike many other types of music, political music is not usually ambiguous, and is used to show a specific political message. Because of the fact that the political message in political music is obvious, it is usually in the political context of the time it was made, and if we understanding the historical events and time that inspired the music essential we can fully understanding the message in the music. Of course any music, also political music is meant to be heard by the people, so it is meant to be popular although it sometimes protests against the popularity.
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Good start! Now finish your work, Bar. --Nellie Deutsch 16:35, 20 March 2009 (UTC)
My name is Bar Schneider, I'm 18 years old and I have been living in Netanya since 1995, before I lived in Hertzelya. In these days I study music at Ort Guttman High School, I have one sister which also studies in my school in the 7th grade and she is 13 years old.