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Week 13-3 - ANNOUNCEMENTS BB Assignments 200 points(20(13...

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Final Exam Multiple Choice Historical part 50 Q. Listening part 50 Q. Study: Reading Packet Selected readings Your summaries + notes Lecture pdfs + questions Your lecture’s notes Textbook + Listening BB Assignments - 200 points (20%) (13 BBA so far:10 highest grades count!) Pandora - 50 points (5%) Live Performance Assignments (15%) Concert Report 1 - 50 points (5%) Concert Report 2 - 50 points (5%) Concert Report 3 - 50 points (5%) My Music - 100 points (10%) Exam 1 (MIDTERM) - 100 points (10%) Exam 2 (FINAL) - 100 points (10%) Discussion Section – 150 points (15%) Lecture - 150 (15%) 10 Online Quizzes + 2 Listening Quizzes (10 best grades) (5%) Clicker: Attendance + Participation (10%) Now listening: Stravinsky, The Rite of Springs – Intro, Dance of the Adolescents, Game of Abduction (Act I) ANNOUNCEMENTS
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Awe and Shock in Paris: Igor Stravinsky and the Rite of Spring WEEK 13: BEFORE AND AFTER THE GREAT WAR Friday, November 19, 2010 Now listening: Stravinsky, The Rite of Springs – Intro, Dance of the Adolescents, Game of Abduction (Act I)
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Clicker Activities Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun Questions from last class
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Q. 1 Debussy’s music reflects a strong adherence to traditional forms and scales of Western music. A.TRUE B.FALSE
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Q. 2 The program of Debussy’s Prelude to The Afternoon of a Faun ” evokes: A.a nationalistic folk dance. B. a river flowing through France. C.a child’s view of heaven.
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