GED online course titled ″Music Appreciation″ expected to be completed at least for a week up to 10 days. There is a total of 15 units for this course. If anyone has the guts, pls let me know! There is no written assignments. Just a couple of passages to take notes for the unit quizzes.… Continue reading There is no written assignments.
Select a ″classical music″ composer, or a ″popular music″ composer who was influenced by ″classical music,″ listed in the text about whom to write a 5-6 page research paper. You must get my approval for the composer that you pick so that I can be sure of the quality of your choice. It does not… Continue reading Write a brief biography of the composer.
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1. Is music a universal language? Why or why 2. You are about to hear different examples of music from around the world. What is similar about them? What is different? 3. Do you think economic, social, racial, educational, and religious class standing affect musical tastes or preferences? How? 4. How was the working class… Continue reading How did that affect what composers chose to write?
In this assignment, you will listen to Handel’s See Here the Conqu’ring Hero Comes and identify the musical ideas in the piece, as follows: Listen to the attached music Watch the counter on the player, and click the pause button when you hear the beginning of the first musical idea (A or B). While the… Continue reading Click the “pause” button when you hear the end of that idea, and write down the counter time, and whether it is idea a or idea b.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKl4T5BnhOA Reaction Paper 3 Directions Write a reaction paper on the musical piece. Imagine that you have taken on the task of making a 38-minute video about your own life, set to this music. Describe the scenes in the video. (It can be four separate stories from your own life, with a movement for each,… Continue reading Events of the scene.
The Violin Concerto “Spring / La Primavera” in E major, Op. 8 No. 1, written by Antonio Vivaldi, one of the Baroque composers whom we will be studying in module 2. It is in three movements. (If you don’t know what a “concerto” is or what “movements” are, check these terms in the textbook.) Write… Continue reading The Violin Concerto “Spring / La Primavera” in E major, Op
Select one of the master’s from the Classical Period like mozart of betoveen and 1) provide brief biographical information on the composer you select; 2) name three of their compositions; 3) out of the three, select one to listen to and provide a critique using 10 of our vocabulary words from the two quizzes. The… Continue reading Select one of the master’s from the Classical Period like mozart of betoveen and
Important Stylistic Features Mood and Emotional Expression: Renaissance composers wrote vocal music to enhance the meaning and emotion of a text. Renaissance madrigals express a wide range of emotions and imagery through word painting. Secular vocal music contains more rapid shifts of mood than sacred music. Rhythm: Rhythm is more of a gentle flow than… Continue reading Important Stylistic Features Mood and Emotional Expression: Renaissance composer
The essay is for a critical thinking class assignment, focusing on issues within the Australian music industry.