THIS IS A PAPER ABOUT 2 CONCERTS, THE REQUIRMENTS OF THIS PAPER ARE BELOW. IVE A


THIS IS A PAPER ABOUT 2 CONCERTS, THE REQUIRMENTS OF THIS PAPER ARE BELOW. IVE ATTACHED THE PEICES OF MUSIC USED IN BOTH CONCERTS.
Formatting:
• 3-4 pages (3 full pages minimum, not including optional works cited and
photographs of programs)
• Double-spaced, 12pt font (Times New Roman), normal margins (1 inch)
o Additionally, your heading should not take up an entire half page
• Attach a photograph of the programs you received at each concert so I can
clearly see which you attended. This will not count toward your 3-4 concert
report pages.
Content:
• The purpose of this assignment is to practice your listening skills and to draw
connections between concerts and topics discussed in class. While you should
include the names of some of the pieces performed and perhaps a few details of
the performers, most of your report should focus on what you heard in the music.
• Consider discussing:
o General information about your experience listening to the music
▪ (what you enjoyed, anything you didn’t understand, etc.)
▪ Students may use first person in this concert report, as that will be
necessary to describe your experience.
o **Terms/musical ideas and concepts that you recognized from class
▪ Important characteristics of the music such as: instrumentation,
harmony, melody, rhythm, texture, dynamics, character, style, etc.)
▪ Composer or musical period connections you can draw from class
o Draw on the listening skills you’ve developed over the course of the class
to write a thoughtful report.
• Since the report is only 3-4 pages, do not feel like you need to discuss all the
pieces from the concert(s)—I want detail and intelligent connections drawn
about content as opposed to you re-writing the program.
• Citations: if you do any additional research (perhaps of terms or composers you
didn’t recognize), please cite these accordingly on a works cited page at the end
of your report. This will not count toward your required reflection length.
o Make sure that everything you include is either cited or in your own
words.
• Proofread for grammar and typos!


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