Attend a live (no podcasts, etc) western classical music performance and write a typed report. Makesure to review all instructions prior to attending a performance. Concert Guidelines:1. The level of the performance must be college-age performers or professional—no middle/high
music, e-mail the professor before attending.3. You must attend the entire performance- no late arrivals or early departures.Report:Format: 2-4 pages, typed, double-spaced on 8.5 x 11 paper with one-inch margins. Report shouldinclude a title, a header with your name and the date, and page numbers.Writing Voice and style: Your colleagues taking this class should be able to read the report and gain aclear concept of your experience. You will not need to define the terminology we have covered inclass, but you do need to keep in mind that your audience will not HEAR this concert and will rely ona sense of the experience solely from your descriptions. This paper should have an academic style-formal, with no contractions used.Content: The report is YOUR observations of the concert. A successful report will address thesecategories:
attire, etc. and how it affected your concert-going experience. Which types/genres of musicwere performed (symphony, opera, solo, chamber, etc). What pieces did you hear, who werethe composers, and what were historical eras of these pieces?2. The main body of your report should focus on accurately and interestingly applying theknowledge gained in this class to the specific music you heard at the concert. Narrow yourfocus to two movements or short pieces from your concert and do one of the following:a. Choose two movements or short pieces from the program and contrast/compare these
works with references to specific musical elements.b. Choose two movements of short pieces and give an overview of their characters- whattypes of moods or feelings they evoked with references to specific musical elements.c. Choose the music composition you liked best and describe why using specific musicalelements. Choose the music composition you liked least and describe why usingmusical elements.Use YOUR ears (not the internet’s ideas…) and listen for the basic elements discussed inclass and apply them to the pieces of your concert. Try to highlight what really “stuck out” to
you about the musical selections highlighted in this section. Content (continued)3. Evaluate your concert going experience: What did you enjoy about the concert, what wouldhave improved your experience, how did the performance fit or foil your expectations? Werethere any aspects of the performance that were unfamiliar or surprising to you? If so, what?What was the overall reaction of the audience or people that came with you?
we already know that this is what you believe.7. Did you refer to the audience? If so, did you use the proper form, which is audience oraudience members, not audiences?