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Listening Journal: Sample Format Gordon Haramaki, 100W You will keep a Listening Journal, which we will discuss at the end of Week Three. The objective is to get you thinking in writing about what you hear (in the case of sound and music) and what you see (in the case of movement and dance)—no more no less. Properly used, a diary like this can make a valuable contribution to your skill as a writer—one learns to write by writing—and offers a forum for you to engage repeatedly with music and movement. You will turn in as journal entry at every class meeting, from week three through week sixteen, for a total of 20 entries over the course of the semester. The entries, which should be at least a page long and use the following format. Entry number, i.e. “Listening Journal 1” Date, Time, Place (and “in-class”—any class—does not count!) Music or sonic event heard; dance or movement event seen. o
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