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Final Exam: Music History 7 Essays Winter 2008 First, for question #1, part B: your examples DO NOT have to draw from class materials. You may choose any video/TV show/film to discuss. Your examples shouldn't be anything completely obscure, of course (if we are unable to find a copy of the media and can't verify your answer, we won't be able to give you credit). You are welcome to use any of the examples discussed in class, or something that you come up with on your own, however. Just make sure that you clearly describe why you believe that your choices fit the question. Second, for question #2, part B (list and discuss two reasons why filmmakers and film critics have tended to describe film in Wagnerian terms): If it is easier for you, replace the term "Wagnerian" with "operatic," and tell me why film critics and scholars have frequently compared film with opera. Third, for the purposes of these essays, you do not have to cite if you are paraphrasing lecture notes. You MUST cite if you are paraphrasing or quoting readings or other materials, however. Instructions: Please answer the following questions, typing directly into this document in the spaces provided. Use the provided font, existing margins, and single-spacing. Your answer to each section of the question (a, b, etc.) should be a maximum of 150 words (about 10 lines). If your answer exceeds this limit, we’ll only read the first 150 words. Your answers should be in prose. Your answers will be graded on content, organization, and writing style. Please leave one blank line between each of your answers and the next question or section of the question. Note that the text on the following two pages is not fixed in place. As you type your answers in, the questions below will shift downward. Please delete the excess spaces when you’re done. Each question (#1 and #2) should fit onto a single page. You may use your notes, your readings, and the films as resources. You may not collaborate with your classmates. Save and print your finished document ( excluding this first page ) and bring it (plus a #2 pencil) with you to your final exam on Tuesday, March 18. You must turn it in as you enter the lecture hall. Late essay portions will not be accepted.
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