Unformatted text preview: u may complete the Self-Test for online participation credit.
Please keep in mind the following :
1. Click on ‘Self-Test’ on the LMES menu and select the appropriate Test (Self-Test 3) to begin.
2. You should close other browsers when taking the Self-Test.
3. You should ensure a stable network connection (i.e. the network on campus) before taking the Self-Test.
4. You must click the ‘submit for grading’ button to complete the Self-Test. (The ‘save for later’ button
saves but DOES NOT submit your answers).
5. After the Self-Test period ends, you will receive a confirmation page with a reference number and your
score. Please print a copy of this page for your records.
5. E-mail Rod Yu ([email protected]) BEFORE the close of the Self-Test period for assistance if there is
a problem with your submission.
6. No make-ups will be offered for Self-Tests! PROGRAM MUSIC
! Instrumental works that composers consciously associate with nonmusical ideas ! OJen, we can know the associaLons from the Ltle, but not always the case ! Concert overture: independent, one- movement work that is not associated with an opera ! Incidental music: music wriPen to accompany a play ! Tone poem/symphonic poem: a long orchestral work, usually in one movement, that develops a poeLc idea or conveys a speciﬁc story or mood ! Program symphony… BALLET MUSIC
! Music to accompany choreography (the paPern of dance steps), oJen with a story ! During the nineteenth century, music oJen wriPen ﬁrst (meant to stand alone) then choreography added ! Dance music involved very speciﬁc dance forms - waltz, pas de deux, etc. Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky. “Waltz of the Flowers” from The Nutcracker. 1891. hPp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqmRbetk1z4 ! PLOT...
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- Fall '14
- Music, Giuseppe Verdi, Self-Test period ends