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Listening rp 2 prompt

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Music 128, Fall 2009 Listening Response Paper # 2 Due in class Wednesday, 10/14/09 As discussed in class, Beethoven’s symphonies often served as models for symphonies composed after his death. Take the last movement of his Fifth Symphony as an archetypal example of symphonic closure and then listen to the last movement of Pyotr Il’yich Chaikovsky’s “Pathétique” Symphony. How does Chaikovsky’s last movement bring closure to his symphony, and what kind of closure does it bring? .Mp3 files of both symphonies are located in the “Week 8” folder in the “Resources” section on
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Unformatted text preview: B-space Extra-Credit Options: The music department hosts colloquia at which professors from other universities present their research. There are a couple this semester that might relate to our course topic. I encourage you to attend if you'd like, and if you write up your take on the talk you can earn some extra credit points. (You can do a write-up on both, if you'd like). 10/9/09: Branden Joseph, "Biomusic" 11/13/09: Carolina Robertson, "The Resounding Body: Music, Dance, and Trance as Points of Healing." Both talks begin at 4:30 in 128 Morrison Hall...
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