Music Review- Choir Concert

Music Review- Choir Concert - MusicReviewForm Instructions...

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Music Review Form Instructions  1.  Your WOTA instructor will have provided you with details on the event and what they expect for proof of attendance.  It would be a good idea to have this review form handy so that you  know the questions you’ll be answering. Give yourself enough time to attend the gallery and  view all of the works contained, before you choose the one you want to review. 2. Do not try to write this review during the event, but you may want to jot down some  impressions on the program ( not  on your phone or tablet) that will help you to flesh out your  responses.  You will certainly want to read program notes, and any description of the work  you’ve chosen.  3. Use this file to write your review: type in your responses where you see ???.  While your  WOTA instructor will not be counting words, at least  300-400 words total for your responses (total of all responses, not 300-400 words per question) is a good target.  Make sure you  answer ALL questions!  Please write carefully: proper use of the English language and the  thoughtfulness of your responses will be part of your score on this assignment.  Responses  should be in the form of well-constructed paragraphs. 4. Your WOTA instructor will have provided you with instructions for turning this review in.
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  • Fall '14
  • Steve
  • program notes, Jenga Imani Yako, WOTA instructor, Music Review Form, Women’s Chorale

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