Live Musical Response Am. Music

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Live Musical Response Listening to live performances is an essential part of learning to appreciate and understand music. This course requires two live music concerts, which you must attend during the Fall 2010 semester . You must submit a program or a ticket stub along with your report. If you have any questions regarding whether the concert you choose is appropriate, please ask me. Your report should be in paragraph form and be at least 2-3 pages (double-spaced with a 12 point font and 1 inch margins). Here are some general guidelines to help you listen, think, and write about a concert. Basic Information to Include: When and where did the concert take place? How long did it last? How many pieces were performed? What were they called? Who were the performers (name of ensemble or soloist)? What types of instruments were played and/or what types of voice parts were featured? Was there any special purpose to the concert?
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