So below are everything you need , how to do this essay, how to earn full points, and one concert information and it has the short video of it, I cant not find the full concert video online, I think they didn’t post it,and the other one is a student recital, you need to do a comparison, about 1200 words. The guide line is in the file, just read it.
ATTEND TWO CONCERTS:
a. One must be a “classical”/Western art music concert
(this includes musicals,
ballet, opera, etc.) Any genre in your textbook counts as Western art music!
b. The other may be a concert genre of your choice
(Possible two-concert pairs might be: an opera and a symphony orchestra concert; a
symphony orchestra concert and a pop concert; a musical and a contemporary classical
music (“avant-garde”) concert; a ballet and a world music concert. There are many
combinations that are possible!)
You must attend both concerts in the CURRENT semester.
Concerts that you attended
prior to this semester may not be used.
AT THE CONCERTS
of everything you observe that has to do with the totality
of your concert experience: the venue, the audience, the musicians and ABOVE ALL, the
TAKE A CONCERT PROGRAM or TAKE TWO PHOTOS OF YOURSELF WITH FULL
REFERENCE TO THE CONCERT ENVIRONMENT
from/at BOTH concerts.
CONDUCT A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
that describes what the concert experience
(visually AND aurally) was like in each concert in as much detail as possible. Your
Explain the types of concerts attended.
Include the dates and locations of the concerts.
Describe the venues and audiences.
Include the names of the performers or ensembles.
Describe at least
2 pieces from each concert
(rhythm, texture, instrumentation, harmony, melody) you have been learning about
in this class every week.
Answer: how were the two musical experiences different, and how did that
difference affect YOU? What, for YOU, made the biggest difference in a live classical
music performance – as opposed to a recorded one, or a non-classical one?
Your analysis may take
any discursive form you wish EXCEPT a traditional
Ideas include creating: a webpage or blog (WordPress, Slate), Storify story,
digital story (Adobe Slate is a great web source for this), an infographic
(Canva is a great web source for this), a Prezi, a short story or poem, a
newspaper column, a comic book, a Facebook page, a series of Tweets, a
short film (using YouTube, PowToon, etc.),
If you are unsure
about what to do, let’s talk!
You must conduct your analysis in
1200 to 1500 words.
include a Word
with your text copied/pasted so that we have your word count.
Don’t forget to include your photos or scan/take a photo of your concert
Include this evidence in your discursive form.
7. If you do not submit your assignment to Canvas by the due date you will receive a
for the Concert Comparison Assignment. You have 13 weeks to complete this
assignment: please do not wait until the last minute to complete it. NO late assignments will
8. The Concert Comparison rubric follows 5 and 6 above and is available on Canvas
accompanying the submission of this assignment.