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Total of 2 Required. **Please don't disturb the concentration of others by writing during the performance~ wait to take notes during breaks between works or at intermission! ***Please show courtesy to the performers and other listeners- listen quietly and attend the entire concert! Also, change seats only at intermission. NamezAlgx likog‘qr‘g§ "The M 0.3} C. Selection #1 Title: OVeri-ure Student# 000 05 Pl u‘l'e. Composer: Walfsqnj Ahadeus Mozart Performing medium/ensemble and general form (sym. concerto, solo, opera, choral work, etc.) The overture opened the operq and was performed 103 the entire omhesrm. Striking compositional features (melody, harmony, texture, tempo, rhythm, dynamics, etc.): Th'rs piece. be an in q noble 90w mm o with a lamp d namiC, A sudden qcmdc to qlle m introduced ting main them ’An strinasfwith cs lifelj emigge as M rest of the, Planets cunts t‘mPnnijcmed in. The Form seemed to be ABA. with “ VOPNHOH of “1% than“. in A mint;ka Personal Reaction 3”- Thc aster—tune, immediuklg grabbed m q‘HenHoh bec‘lMSE. ef the. excitement * k - wee/specth shifts in the. 3 CW6“ b3 namic l2.ve.\ "Warm b the. agent‘an tim h ; ‘ b ' «{- Cerfiin poinis. The rel-Gin of the. th'tme. to its maJOr‘ jfett “git. my: figs; A fiiumphcmt 06" «insert H2. 1 +h'mk the. Overture. could stand on i‘ c-wn q ,rt from flat resf of the opera.” as; a, mast-erfR-d Cmposrh‘cn, l P“ Selection #2 Titlez'fine Qqeen's PM“ Composer: Perfomiing medium/ensemble and general form (sym. concerto, solo, opera, choral work, etc.) TNS 0 rant: solo marks the. entrance. of the Queen qfthe Night in Act I, Striking com ositional features (melody, harmony, texture, tempo, rhythm, dynamics, etc.): 105+f‘ume ts Introduce. the Soloisi and provide. Sombre hamOIg as she laments the. fate. as: her do.“ HRPan’inq. “The drum is he‘shflned by "353"": 5‘5"“: "Wraile high notes for her‘ Crates (3" help. Mozart; then Suddnmhj shifts mocd by cu. nclo. The («Man PWQB m the, hathnQ‘bb at gohflfioh through rapid “WINS {ML hlflhfit “0‘05 omcl S liable which «re stretched over a 300d M of musm. Dammit-5,32?de the mmejmmfiniut Personal Reaction . “ml” ' . ' I was Struck. b3 the, beau‘l‘j cf this sdo. It uprQ-AQA +1: be one. cf the most demanding ‘2th Wine can POrHan of wri‘h‘ns u) the. opera. One. must Qdmir‘t CO\OM*9\PQ 50 Product sach high Ptkhef,‘ wrtuosfl, qfiichu the, {renaihun from slow to Fast nit—1L0, an2 ed the. Chanfi. ‘m «Feeling. Ale gush I Cannof recall the distinct metadces of «mm of the Magic. Flute, am. Quefinns 50“; remain Viv‘xd. Selection #3 Title: P" Performing medium/ensemble an general form (sym. COUCBI‘IO, solo, opera, choral work, etc.) The R.“ Chorus was joined b3 the Of‘dneslem +0 conclude. the. opera. Striking compositional features (melody, harmony, texture, tempo, rhythm, dynamics, etc.): This Piece. is qjojful acclamah‘on upon the meter of Jtruth and th TQmu—‘o find Famine. {'ka {he temple. m e. acupth if +Cmpo 3‘5 “Nearer, a live\ ‘ dynamic. lav-£1. is {torhsssmo and flu Cmbmqhm. Although the chorus employs a wide, pitch range, the 5m ms does not beam potjphonie. Rm‘hec, there is homophc‘nj when the or'chastm .5 far-“red ‘m. Whorl- ‘us sirCKKn 'Is that the (Acheser Careless Cm after- +he. choflfi$ CQCtSQ-Sl vacd‘nfl whoa Sounds “LL ox thdehc‘n cmc\u%;b'\r\ in - \ over —-—> http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~jfriesen/concertreview.htm 1/6/00 'rt Review Form page 2 of 2 Personal Reaction Wis ChOVMS WOLS (Q. aged thing) as WQS on X was Snumk ‘0) firm {WA H‘mf ‘H'W-Y‘e. was no 9&3“; taunt Powth , q gamma prmcnwd- tn Much of fine. hue, barocuxfi— music. i wgoj “swam +0. 1+ was musi— inwh‘nfl +0 («cow “me. More“0 M '5" “5k”? + Wis af Um, QPCr‘q 5*uhd ow\~ O‘MA cure. OLch ‘oi 3%_ 1/6/00 Concert Review Form http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~jfriesen/concenreview.htm Music 104- Concert Review Form (Dr. Friesen) / *Please Use One Review Form per Concert- Review must be typed or printed neatly, and stapled to the concert program. Total of 2 Required. “Please don't disturb the concentration of others by writing during the performance- wait to take notes during breaks between works or at intermission! ***Please show courtesy to the performers and other listeners— listen quietly and attend the entire concert! Also, change seats only at intemrission. Namezwgfii Student #W Selection #1 Title: {fact/trustee m (7 Made)” Composeer S, BOW/{IL (WW3 Rime ?r" (90W) Performing medium/ensemble and general form (sym. conce o, solo, opera, choral work, etc.) “WK WM mgr/mine Plotng anmgpoqmw oil We may: (warm Weifims Strikin compositional features (melody, harmony, texture, tempo, rhythm, dynamics, etc.): We “gr/2%? ifllflit‘lfiefiimfi W M We WM 0% m wwbleiv «mama mm. 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V 8 but -1 n . , Mm - _ V 91:; PersbnaLlirlfeagt’lofi’r’f 5" ‘ W‘bt Office rcfi be mam be. ‘ 1 “*5 U” «Coo mm MN I I . na‘kd km a cvwa a mg, n 1 l mfitfwhmé iaabj-‘(hou vx I+ 00050, war jd‘ffificuflppfoor-t :ojimgrggjw Mm be (1wa same} WW up bomwcaétd' an; ‘Wmafle‘ts and ‘ {Dom hljpm+ “)NC“ w P l out wau “Mogul (maxing .tefjtms we“; j - 1 (ML/fl http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~j friesen/concertreview.htrn 1/6/00 Name: Adam Gaston Student ID #W00052829 Date: March 6, 2000 F0 Selection #1 Title: Brass Quintet (1939) Composer: John Cheatham ,/' Performing medium/ensemble and general form: Quintet \o Striking compositional features: The melody and harmony changed throughout the entire piece. During the "Alla Marcia" portion of the piece, there was a point where the dynamics went from mezzo forte to fortissimo, and then down to piano. There were distinguished rhythms through the all sections of the piece. The final portion, "Scherzando ben Ridmico" was upbeat, with a tempo which was somewhat faster than the rest of the piece. There were portions where it was monophonic at one point, later going on to polyphonic. Personal Reaction: I liked the entire piece. It really warmed people up to get them used to the entire concert. It wasn't warming as in completely upbeat, but rather a good way to introduce people to what was to come. The final portion lefi me in a rather good mood, whereas the rest of the piece was somewhat of a downer. Selection #2 Title: Woodwind Quintet in F Major Composer: George Onslow Performing medium/ensemble and general form: Quintet Strikingcompositional features: There were two portions to this piece. Both had tone colors that were upbeat and cheery. The first really got the people to be warm inside, where the second slowly shied away from it. The dynamics throughout the piece varied, as well as the tempo. The tempo itself did not change a drastic amount, but such of an amount where you could tell. Personal Reaction: I liked this piece much more than the first one. The first portion, "Allegro non troppo" reminded me of music that you would here at a ballet around the Christmas season. It brought me in a happier mood than the first piece did, but didn‘t end on the happy beat, when the second portion went somewhat downhill compared to the first. .. but it was still cheery. Selection #3 Title: Fugue in C Minor Composer: J. S. Bach/Balm Performing medium/ensemble and general form: Fugue Striking compositional features: This piece was an excellent depiction of how different instruments can work together with difierent melodies to create portions of perfect polyphonic texture. As stated in the title, the key was in C Minor, but it was evident throughout the piece that this was not in a key that is in the major form. Again, the dynamics of the piece varied and were vary well placed. Personal Reaction: 1 really enjoyed this piece. I liked how all of the brass instruments worked together and apart from each other throughout. It was an excellent choice to have as one of the ending pieces before the intermission. It made it so that people would come back to enjoy the rest of the show, and also to see what else would be offered in the wide variety of instruments to come. OTHER SELECTIONS... Selection #4 Title: "Finale" from Paul Bunyon Suite Composer: Ben McPeek Selection #5 Title: Synoopate my Afuche Composer: Michael Aukofer Selection #6 Title: No Exit Composer: Lynn Glassock Selection #7 Title: The Heavens Are Telling Composer: L. van Beethoven Selection #8 Title: Andante Cantabile. . .in D, Opus 11 Composer: P. I. Tchaikowsky Selection #9 Title: Psalm XIX Composer: Benedetto Marcello Selection #10 Title: Unknown (add on to the program) Brass Section Composer: Unknown Personal Reaction Overall: The entire concert was well done. The only part that 1 did not particularly care for was the Trombone Ensemble. I am not one for the liking of trombones in general, so there is pretty much a bad taste in m—y‘ month over this. But besides this one section, the concert was great. What i really enjoyed was the first portion of the Percussion Ensemble. They did a wonderful job of using their hands, legs, and other non-typical objects to create music. It really kept the audience intrigued and did a wonderful job of opening the concert back after the intermission break. If someone asked, I would definitely recommend this concert. A Concert Review Grading Rubric 10 Format: Neat, clear, easy to read Reviews 3 mvmts, works, arias... Uses space of form efficiently Uses format of form Content: Correct title, composer, ens. & musical form info Correct usage and spelling of musical terms Lists two or more comp. features per selection Relates features to specific things they heard in piece Links reaction to specific features 8 Format: Marginal neatness, awkward flow—— reads like a puzzle one must sort out Might review only two pieces Doesn’t use all the space on form Doesn’t use online format if typed Content: May have forgotten 2 of the following: title, composer, ens., mus. form or put incorrect info on these Unclear usage/frequent incorrect spelling of musical terms Lists 2 features, unclear how each relates to specific piece Short phrase personal reactions Does not link reaction to features 1 or performers, strictly emotional reactions: “It made me feel happy” 9 Format: Neat, but somewhat awkward flow of ideas Reviews 3 mvmts, works, arias... Uses space on form but large writing may lessen quantity of content Typed, but might not use format on online form Content: Correct title, composer, “musical form” may be wrong or may haverforgotten perf. medium Fairly specific reference to terms, or 1 to 2 instances of wrong usage/spelling errors Lists 2 or more comp. features Relates features to specific things they heard Links reaction only to performers 1 Format: Sloppy, inefficient use of space Might review only 2 pieces Content: Leaves out more than 2 of “intro” information Sparse, nebulous or wrong usage and/or excessive misspelling of terms (“B.S.”ing) Lists only one comp. feature or lists 2 features but no explanation why chosen One word/ short phrase personal reactions or forgets reaction 6 or 5 or less At least they turned in something ...
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