Students will research and create an “ideal” concert they might attend in real life based on genres covered in the class (no pop music, etc.).
Concert must feature
Three to six different works by different composers
Selected from at least three different time periods (Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Twentieth Century, Twenty-First Century)
Total amount of music on concert must be 60-90 minutes max.
Multi-movement instrumental/vocal (e.g., suites, concertos, symphonies, choral masses, song cycles, etc.): may list maximum 4 movements for timing purposes – analysis must focus on only one movement in sufficient detail (submit links for each movement)
Dramatic works (e.g., ballets, opera, operetta, music theatre) – may select up to 4 specifically titled numbers within show for timing purposes (submit links for each number) – analysis must focus on only one number in sufficient detail (submit links for each movement)
Do not select a full length concert recording for the report
Maximum 1 piece may come from works referenced/analyzed/presented in course materials – students can select different works by favored composers, historical periods, approved genres, etc.
Students must provide a YouTube link to a specific online performance for each selected work.
Students will write program notes as described below, with “What to Listen For” examples that detail particular musical elements.
A Bibliography is included (works cited page)
Submit the essay online via SafeAssign. No emails, please.
Essays will be graded in accordance with the Concert Report Grading Rubric.
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