Concert Review

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American College of California

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Concert Review View the music sampler on the Internet. (MUSIC SAMPLER provided below)

After you experience all of the examples in the music sampler, create your report using the guidelines in syllabus 2.

Include a selfie at your computer as evidence (optional).

Submit your report for grading.

This means that you should view all examples in the MUSIC SAMPLER and write a reaction to each performance … all of them … not just one. A paragraph about each example is satisfactory, but please include basic information stated in Syllabus 2. Be aware that the word count should be at least 400 words … but your report will probably be longer. It should take about an hour total to view ALL of the examples in the MUSIC SAMPLER. This is the length of a relatively short live concert. I’d suggest viewing the examples in the order that they appear in the MUSIC SAMPLER.

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Concert Review View the music sampler on the Internet. (MUSIC SAMPLER provided below) After you experience all of the examples in the music sampler, create your report using the guidelines in syllabus 2. Include a selfie at your computer as evidence (optional). Submit your report for grading. This means that you should view all examples in the MUSIC SAMPLER and write a reaction to each performance … all of them … not just one. A paragraph about each example is satisfactory, but please include basic information stated in Syllabus 2. Be aware that the word count should be at least 400 words … but your report will probably be longer. It should take about an hour total to view ALL of the examples in the MUSIC SAMPLER. This is the length of a relatively short live concert. I’d suggest viewing the examples in the order that they appear in the MUSIC SAMPLER. I’d suggest that you watch the first example and write a paragraph that includes basic information stated in Syllabus 2. After writing your paragraph, go on to the next example and follow the same procedure you followed with the first example. Music Sampler (Skip any advertisements that pop up in these videos) Fanfare for the Common Man – Copland (brass and percussion only) (3 minutes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKgk6G0lekQ Bolero – Ravel (17+ minutes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhhkGyJ092E The Washington Post – Sousa (3.5 minutes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mxrh1CrMmTY Umoja – Coleman (2.45 minutes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23Yx9gWHh0E Barcelona – Mercury (5.45 minutes) (There are several other versions of Barcelona on youtube.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsB4a--WRTs Ella Fitzgerald (6 minutes) (This is not actually a performance. But, Ella Fitzgerald was AMAZING!) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qU7R1w0aNF0 Come to the Water - Foley (5 minutes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Evig6ouM1wk ORGAN featuring Cameron Carpenter (7 minutes) (A bit outrageous but great imagination and creativity) https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/this-musician-is-taking-the-sounds-ofthe-pipe-organ-on-the-road Phantom of the Opera Overture – Webber (2.25 minutes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OY9JaIP4NpE Intro to Humanities HUM 121S #3 Concert: Requirement & Report Concert Requirement 1 Concert Students are required to … … attend a live music performance or other “pre-approved performance” that takes the student out of his/her musical comfort-zone: write a 300+ word reaction paper about that performance and turn in a program from that performance. No “virtual” concerts are allowed. Concert Requirement 2 Concert “In More Detail” • Students are required to attend one live concert. A virtual concert or concert on the Internet is not permitted. The concert must be LIVE and must be experienced during the semester in which the student is registered for this course. • Do not choose to review a children’s performance, an amateur performance, or an event in a restaurant, pub, or bar. The performance must be at a recognized concert venue. • Students should choose a high quality professional event that is not in one’s musical comfort zone. When in doubt, as your instructor. Concert Requirement 3 Concert “In More Detail” • Concert possibilities will be announced throughout the semester. • A written report is required and is due within two weeks after the performance. See guidelines below. • Your report should include an introductory paragraph followed by a discussion of each piece of music on the program (use terminology from the class) and a concluding paragraph. • The report must also include a program from the performance you attend. If a program is not provided, a ticket stub will suffice. This can be scanned and sent as an attachment. Or the report may be submitted to the facilitator’s box when you are on campus. Concert Requirement 4 Concert “In More Detail” Student Name Houser Concert Attendance December 3, 2012 The Piqua Civic Band The concert I decided to attend was The Piqua Civic Band. I was honored to be able to hear the band present, and the choir of The Piqua Baptist Sanctuary Church located in Piqua. This performance was done at the Piqua Baptist Sanctuary Church on December 2, 2012. The performance was called “Joys of the Season”. Both individual groups performed a part, and together. All of the songs that were performed at the concert were Christmas related. The band performed The Stars Spangled Banner, A Christmas Festival, Greensleeves, A Canadian Brass Christmas, Christmas Nocturne, March of the Toys, Amazing Grace, Sleigh Ride, and The Stars and Stripes Forever. The choir performed Angels Shouting, and Shine Down. Together the choir and band performed Christmas on Broadway, and at one point in time everyone got to sing along with Christmas Pop. I got to see all different kinds of instruments that were used in the band, like clarinets, flutes, French horns, and trombones. Also the church was outstandingly beautiful, and many people of all ages were there as well. REPORT CONTINUED Concert Requirement 5 Performance Opportunities • Hayner Cultural Center in Troy – http://www.troyhayner.org/ • Schuster Centre in Dayton – http://www.schustercenter.org/ • Victoria Theater in Dayton – http://www.victoriatheatre.com/ Concert Requirement 6 Other Performance Opportunities • Dayton Philharmonic – http://www.daytonphilharmonic.com/imagine • Dayton Opera – http://www.daytonopera.org/ • WSU Music Department – http://www.wright.edu/music/events/ • UD Music Department – http://www.udayton.edu/artssciences/music/index.php • Sinclair CC – http://www.sinclair.edu/arts/calendar/ Concert Requirement 7 Intro to Humanities HUM 121S #3 Concert: Requirement & Report Concert Requirement 8 ...
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