– Completing a Song, Writing an Essay and a Process Journal.

Hi. Please go through the instructions in files and everything put there.

Basically, this order consists of 3 parts, a song made on Music Make Jam (available for Windows, PC..), an essay about it, and a process journal about this whole process. Please try and make more entries and add text in the process journal, as well as create a great essay.[supanova_question]

DISCUSSION QUESTION 1: How do you think the various elements of music (discussed in Part I of your text)

DISCUSSION QUESTION 1: How do you think the various elements of music (discussed in Part I of your text) are manipulated by the composer to create a musical work? In your response, refer to excerpts/examples from at least two works taken from the list of listening examples for Module 1 and discuss how the elements of music are manipulated by the composer in each work. Reference specific points in the works that reflect use of the elements of music.[supanova_question]

I have included the professors instructions as well as the concerts he wants us to choose from. He wants

Music Assignment Help I have included the professors instructions as well as the concerts he wants us to choose from. He wants us to apply knowledge we have learned while listening to the concert and write a two page report on it. He also included how he is going to grade it, and what it must include.[supanova_question]

Write 250 to 500 words describing one of the following videos, or comparing and contrasting two of the following

Write 250 to 500 words describing one of the following videos, or comparing and contrasting two of the following videos. Use 20 of the words from the vocabulary list that we have been using in class. You may refer to the entire videos in your essay, or you may decide to refer only to part of a video. If you are referring to a specific part of the recording, then please specify which part using timestamps. This is so that your essay can be graded according to the timestamp of the recording that you have chosen to refer to.For each word that you use correctly, according to the definitions on the vocabulary list, you will earn one point, up to 20 points. If you use more than 20 words from the list, and the extra words are used incorrectly, then one point per incorrect word will deducted from your score. Editing, underlining or highlighting the vocabulary words, formatting and proofreading are worth an additional five points. In total, 25 points are possible. Points will not be given for words used in the negative. For instance, if the piece is played by a string quartet, then you will not be given a point for telling me that the ensemble “does not include percussion.” It is OK to use words in a different form. For instance, using the word “monorhythm” instead of “monorhythmic” would still get you a point. However, using both forms would not count as two points.

Song:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFtP7Xc_Fbo[supanova_question]

For this assignment, you are only required to listen to the first 2:37 of Scott Joplin’s “Fig Leaf Rag”.

For this assignment, you are only required to listen to the first 2:37 of Scott Joplin’s “Fig Leaf Rag”. While Scott Joplin’s music was an important precursor to jazz, it is not jazz. For music to be jazz, it must have a significant portion of improvisation. Joplin’s music was entirely notated onto sheet music with no improvisation.
Fig Leaf Rag has several sections. Listen specifically from 00:00 to 02:37, and address the following questions. You are only to answer the following questions as they pertain to 00:00 to 02:37:
1- How many different sections are within the first two minutes and thirty-seven seconds of the piece? Do any sections repeat themselves? Is there an introduction?
(2 points)
2-For the first two minutes and thirty-seven seconds of “Fig Leaf Rag”, create a letter designation for the form. Starting with a capital “A”, use capital letters to label the different sections that occur AFTER the introduction (if you determined that there is an introduction). Include timestamps for each capital letter that mark the start and end times for each section. Include timestamps for the introduction as well (if you determined that there is an introduction). For any sections that repeat, reuse the letter. If a section does not repeat, simply go on to the next letter in the alphabet. Hint: the first A section is from 00:07 to 00:36. If you feel that the subsequent section, starting at 00:37, is the same as the section that started at 00:07, then the section starting at 0:37 should also be labelled “A”.
(4 points)
3-Most simply put, syncopation is the accenting of “off beats” or “upbeats”. Tap your foot to the beat of the music. When your foot is touching the ground, that is a “downbeat”. When your foot is off the ground, that is an “upbeat” or “off beat”. Syncopation occurs when the music accents or emphasizes off beats, or upbeats. Syncopations do not occur on downbeats.Is there syncopation in this piece? How prevalent is syncopation in the melody? Use timestamps to cite at least four specific examples of syncopation (for example, “0:15”).
(2 points)
4-
Characteristically, rags have a steady “um-pah, um-pah” in the left hand, with the low bass notes sounding on the strong beats and chords sounding on the weak beats of each or group of four beats. Does the left hand play this characteristic “um-pah” figure in “Fig Leaf Rag”, or is it more elaborate than that? Provide timestamps as you cite your examples (for example, “00:15”).
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1st concert report, you’re going to “attend” a jazz concert which you’re going to base your review on.

The reports should be edited in the following format when submit—
Must be typed and double spaced, 11 point font, normal margin
In the upper left hand corner on the first page type your name, the assignment title (concert review report #1…etc), and the date
The reports should include concise historical background of every composer and the works on the program as well as the performers (conductor, soloist, orchestra/ensemble…..).
Use proper musical terminology to describe and evaluate the performance.
Your personal reflection to the music is expected.
Format, grammatical accuracy, punctuation, spelling, choice of words will also be the criteria determine the grade of the essay.
List the name of the performers (ex. Yuja Wang, piano; Gautier Capuçon, cello), and/or the performance group (ex. Austin Symphony Orchestra; Peter Bay, conductor) and the program (title of the musical pieces and its composers) on the front page.
Review every piece on the program.
Citation or quotation is NOT necessary. However, it you do need to cite your sources and quote, please use the Chicago Manual of Style
The report should be 2 to 4 pages in length.
Save your reports in .doc, .docx, or .pdf files and submit through BlackBoard portal. The originally of your reports will be checked by SafeAssign. No more than 20% of the content of your reports should match the sources.
Things you may want to address within your narrative:
You must use a MINIMUM of ten (10) musical terminologies in your report to describe what you heard and observed. Use the terminologies properly and accurately will help you earn a higher grade.
Describe the conductor (If there is one), or leader of the group and his/her conducting techniques/patterns, even his/her body languages or how he/she portrayed the spirit of the music during the concert.
Your favorite, or least favorite, piece in the concert and why. Speak aesthetically…how did it make you feel?
Discuss the quality of the performance. For instance, when an orchestra plays outdoors, it effects many aspects of the performance including the sound quality. Describe how you feel; the heat, bugs, lighting, venue, etc…might have impacted this.
The selection of the pieces on the program. What kind of a musical journey these pieces of music took you on?
Your experience in music is personal and subjective. There is no right and wrong answers. However, you’re encouraged to provide good descriiptions and observations to support your thoughts.
You may want to structure your report as follows:
Paragraph #1–Introduction (discuss the venue, group and conductor as well as your expectations for the concert)
Paragraph #2–Musical work #1 – state the title of the musical work and then comment on observations you made about the music(using your musical terms) and the quality of performance.
Paragraph #3–Musical work #2 – state the title of the musical work and then comment on observations you made about the music(using your musical terms) and the quality of performance.
(etc…. covering ALL the musical pieces on the program)
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1. The Concert Report is due no later than fourteen days after the date of the concert you attended

Music Assignment Help 1. The Concert Report is due no later than fourteen days after the date of the concert you attended or viewed online. The last day to submit your report is listed on your course schedule. No late work will be accepted, regardless of the reason! This assignment represents 20% of your final grade for the course.
2. All reports must be typed in a 12-point font and double-spaced.
3. Concerts appropriate for this report are listed for you in blackboard. Other live concerts not listed are acceptable, as long as they are organized and performed by a college lever or professional ensemble of 3 members or more (and qualify as jazz). If you are not sure, check with your instructor.
4. The concert report should be at least 3 full pages in length (no more than 4) and should reflect your own impressions of the music concert experience. The reports also must include a program from the concert you attended or the link to the online concert (can also be a YouTube link). If a program is not provided, a ticket stub will suffice. Please scan (or take a picture of) your program/ticket stub and upload with your report.
5. Writing style: please use first person (“I”). Make sure you spell composer and musician names correctly. Use your spell-checker. Points will be deducted for poor grammar.
6. If you are not sure how to organize your report, start with an introductory paragraph, then a few paragraphs describing each of the pieces on the concert, then end with a concluding paragraph.
7. I am interested in your personal reaction to the pieces on the concert. Think about the following questions as you listen:
a. Concert setting: Where did the concert take place? Were there any spoken remarks about the concert? Could you follow the order of the concert? Were there any aspects of concert conventions that surprised you?
b. Which genres of music were performed (style)? Were any of the works programmatic? If so, were you able to follow the story? What historical eras were represented on the program (swing, modern, free, etc.)?
c. Were there any concepts that you recognized, such as interesting rhythm, harmony, texture, dynamics (loud and soft), tempos (speed), or instruments?
d. What was your overall reaction to each piece? What did you like about it and why? What did you not like and why? How did the ensemble perform together? What did they do especially well/poorly?
e. Remember that this assignment is an opportunity to show me what you have learned about jazz music, so pay good attention and try to use the same terminology we use in class.
8. Do not copy material from the concert program notes, from Wikipedia, or from other concert report that you may find online. Plagiarism (taking credit for work that is not your own) is a serious offense. Any work which is submitted for a grade must be 100% the student’s own work. In this course, the first violation will result in a grade of zero on that assignment and can result in a grade of “F” for the course.
The following are four types of plagiarism:
a. Global – writer copies entire paper from another source
b. Patchwork – writer cuts and pastes sentences, paragraphs, or entire pages into paper
c. Incremental – writer composes most of the words, but does not properly cite or credit the sources or does not paraphrase or quote correctly
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The “Riot Grrrl” movement reportedly started in 1991 as a movement in Washington, D.C. and Olympia, Washington when a Essay

The “Riot Grrrl” movement reportedly started in 1991 as a movement in Washington, D.C. and Olympia, Washington when a group of women held a meeting to discuss how to address sexism in the punk scene. “Inspired by recent antiracist riots in D.C., the women decided they wanted to start a ‘girl riot’ against a society they felt offered no validation of women’s experiences.” The name itself was written as riot “grrrl,” like the sound of a growl, representing the anger behind the movement. Riot Grrrl followed the DIY punk ethic and aimed to validate women’s perspectives, with homemade, limited publications of “fanzines”, support groups that dealt with sensitive issues, and formed bands such as Bikini Kill and Bratmobile.

Riot Grrrl bands used performance and shock value as tools of protest. Like Punk, Riot Grrrl bands avoided major record labels because they were afraid that contracts could potentially threaten the integrity of the bands by forcing them to “tone down” their music and change their image. For this reason, Riot Grrrl never hit mainstream audiences.

A few years later, a similar movement emerged stemming from Riot Grrrl: the “Angry Women” of “Alternative Rock” with artists like Ani DiFranco, Alanis Morissette, Meredith Brooks, and Tracy Bonham. Women like Morsette and Brooks presented a consciously “angry” aesthetic that appealed to an uncompromisingly feminist audience; they addressed similar topics with considerable force, but they were much more commercially successful.

YOUR ASSIGNMENT

Consider the following questions: as an ignorant rock critic might have put it in the early 1990s: “What are these artists angry about anyway?” Or for our purposes: Is their anger explicitly feminist? Do their lyrics and image empower them as women or does it have the opposite effect? How does the musical context, and performance/delivery of those lyrics, impact the meanings they might have merely as words?

Compare the details of two songs from your Riot Grrrl listening list: preferably choosing one from a Riot Grrrl band and another from a more mainstream artist. While both Riot Grrrl and “Angry Women” sang about women empowerment, the way they approached their topics were different. What makes them different or similar? Is it the way each movement is packaged and delivered that distinguishes them or something else? Make reference to at least one reading—such as O’Brien (1994; unit 4) and at least one aspect of our lectures (11-15) pertaining to social and historical contexts, to support claims about specific ideas and feelings expressed within the songs, associated with specific words in the lyrics or specific sounds in the music.

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“Public Musicology” means creating content on music, culture, and history for various communities beyond the field of musicology itself

“Public Musicology” means creating content on music, culture, and history for various communities beyond the field of musicology itself or the college classroom: concert audiences, high-school students, classical-music newbies, seniors, K-12 teachers, etc. Even before COVID, this content was often being offered for free online, a trend that only grew over the past 2 years.

For this project, you will each create one of the following: a blog, a vlog, or a podcast on a topic related to the materials of the first half of the quarter, Western art music of the Baroque period, 1600–1750.

ONE EXCEPTION: You may choose to cover Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint-George, since he is really the only 18th-century composer of African descent who also has enough easily-accessed material available to date.

Topics could include any of the types of areas we have investigated in our lecture materials: music industry, printing, instruments/instrument construction/instrument builders, patrons, composers, performing artists, venues, music culture within a particular city or country, musical styles, forms and genres, Baroque aesthetics and innovations, or a particular piece.

MUSIC ANALYSIS IS AN OPTION BUT NOT AT ALL A REQUIREMENT.

MEDIA IS USED TO HELP TELL YOUR STORY AND MAKE IT MORE ENGAGING FOR YOUR LISTENERS, READERS AND VIEWERS!

While our studies to date have covered England, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain, you may consider topics from other European regions or colonial North/South America as long as there is a significant connection to the technical and aesthetic ideas covered in class. For instance, Japanese hōgaku is a fascinating topic, but an exploration of this repertoire requires knowledge and vocabulary that is quite distinct from the Baroque ideas and idioms we have studied. (And, humbly, I do not feel qualified to adjudicate such a project!)

FORMATS: For all of these the tone and style should reflect your intended audience and your own personality!

BLOG: This would be in the form of prose, a short essay. Images, audio/video files, and links may be embedded in the prose to enhance the storytelling and viewer engagement. Links add value to the blog but the content of links should not be included in your total word count/length. (See info on LENGTH below.)
VLOG/Video/Video presentation: I’ve expanded this category to include a variety of presentations. It could be as simple as making PowerPoint/Keynote presentation with media in the slides, adding narration, and then exporting to a movie format. Or if you are skilled at working with video apps and programs, then you can go for a more technologically sophisticated creation, combining spoken narration, graphics, audio, live demonstration, etc. along the lines of the videos. This is a very flexible format: pretty much any combination of video and multimedia would qualify.
PODCAST: This allows you to tell your story through the spoken word with the addition of audio cues as relevant. The narrative and audio choices need to be especially compelling in this format.
MEDIA: Since these creations will not be made public and are intended for classroom use only, you may include audio clips, videos, art, graphics, etc. for which you would usually need permissions. But please keep a bibliography of your sources, even those found on the web. Music: credit artists/labels. Images/video: credits artist(s) when available and source.

LENGTH: 7–10 minutes in total; of this 7–10 minutes, audio or video media should not EXCEED 1/3 of the total time. For instance, a 7-minute video may use up to 2.5 minutes of “borrowed” media (i.e. an audio clip of a recording) but the other 4.5 minutes needs to be original content. In the case of a written blog, the duration can be calculated as 150 words per minute; embedded audio or video that the author intends for the audience to listen to or watch as they read should not exceed 1/3 of the total time.

SUMMARY STATEMENT: Students should submit a brief statement (1-2 paragraphs) about 1) their main audience and 2) what general choices they made with the content and presentation to connect with that audience.

GRADING: A more detailed rubric will be added by 2/5/22, but the general breakdown is as follows:

Creativity and use of media (successful and engaging use of the format) = 30%
Effectiveness of communication, including summary statement (compelling narrative “voice,” clear topic and organization, appropriateness for intended audience) = 40%
Quality of information (CONNECTION TO COURSE MATERIALS, accuracy, bibliography of AT LEAST 3 sources) = 30%
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Compile the final version of your Fieldwork Project, writing a 5-7 page (double-spaced, 12 point font with 1” margins

Compile the final version of your Fieldwork Project, writing a 5-7 page (double-spaced, 12 point font with 1” margins all around) report of your fieldwork experience, including the following 4 sections:

The Research Questions you submitted in Week 6, with your written reflections on the 3 questions, supporting images, listening examples or videos.
A written account of your observations as a participant or observer in live music making.
A transcriipt of an interview with a person participating in the music culture you explored with at least 3 questions and answers.
A bibliography of 3 library and 3 Internet sources you consulted for background knowledge of the music culture you explored, using the reference format for your major (APA, Chicago/Turabian, etc).
Please see the Fieldwork Project Grading Rubric for evaluation criteria for the Fieldwork Project.

***Live showings are not required due to covid, information is to be internet-based eg YouTube. Previous sections have been attached as supporting documents. Please reach out if further clarification is needed***
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1. Using the internet or your phone, listen to the following songs: “One” by Metallica “Smells Like Teen Spirit”

Music Assignment Help 1. Using the internet or your phone, listen to the following songs:
“One” by Metallica
“Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana
“Paranoid Android” by Radiohead
After listening to the above songs, answer the following questions in your discussion post:
What musical influences do you hear in each of these songs and how would you categorize each of them in a genre? (grunge, heavy metal, rock?)
Listen carefully to the lyrics and share a few sentences as to what each of these songs is about. Thematically they are similar and project a sense of aloneness and cynicism, but what topics do they address? What was happening in American culture during this time that might have contributed to these feelings as expressed in these songs?

2. It’s not always clear why something happens in history. Sometimes it is simply because it was time for a change. I believe with the onset of the 1990’s, music was in need of a change. Generation X saw the introduction of Grunge. This was a musical style that was intentionally different and less flamboyant than the music from the 1980’s that came before it. Try to think of why music had run its course in the 1970’s and 1980’s style by the time Generation X came to predominance. What was happening on a global scale that created such tension in the youth of America? I think there is a lot to think about when it comes to the music of the 1990’s.[supanova_question]

In this submission, you should include the following: -A working bibliography (at least 5 sources) -A basic outline of

In this submission, you should include the following:

-A working bibliography (at least 5 sources)

-A basic outline of your paper, demonstrating structure/basic key points you’ve encountered/information you still need to investigate (and where it will go).

THE PROJECT IS ON THE ROLLING STONES!!
Part 2 in the attachment

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Please select ONE of the following prompts to respond to in 300–500 words. These responses will be graded as Essay

Please select ONE of the following prompts to respond to in 300–500 words. These responses will be graded as excellent (5)/good (4)/proficient (3)/incomplete (0). They will be considered incomplete if they are not completed in time or show no engagement with the material for the week.

Note that for each of these topics, you are not being asking to summarize the material in question, but to analyze it. This means you describe an aspect of the song or reading only in service of saying something about it or how it works, not just that it happens. Imagine if, for each observation you might make, I asked you, “So what?” Answering that question can help you move beyond summarization and toward analysis.

One of this week’s themes is the relationship between humans and machines—or, put another way, the limits of the human. Give three concrete examples of musical compositions or performances that confuse or complicate the relation of body and machine and briefly explain how.

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contrast prominent songs from both the Beatles and the Rolling Stones in the year 1965.

Compare and contrast prominent songs from both the Beatles and the Rolling Stones in the year 1965.

Specifics: Take five similar songs from each band from the designated year, and compare them in highly detailed manner. Take a deep look into how the instrumentals, vocals, lyrics, and overall composition compare to one another.

Requirements:

Please cite your sources – both the resources you used in your research and the recordings you listened to (ideally citing which moments in those recordings you are referring to in your observations).[supanova_question]

Use this as reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blHwijL0bqA 3 Pages for the actual essay, 1 page for the bibliography Focus on one

Music Assignment Help Use this as reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blHwijL0bqA

3 Pages for the actual essay, 1 page for the bibliography

Focus on one full concert (50 or more minutes). Select 2-3 songs from that you find intriguing or that best represent their style. Try to locate recordings (audio or video) of at least one song you heard live. Include dates and locations of concert and recording.

Research and discuss your artist’s major influences, genre/s, and lives,.

Discuss and analyze your chosen songs. Be certain to include links to your concert, whether livestreamed or pre-recorded, and acknowledge band personnel when available, and time stamp (important). For example, if your artist, Nubiya Garcia, plays “Lush Life” at 47 minutes, 27 seconds into her program, reference the timestamp as (0:47:27).

Demonstrate your knowledge of jazz vocabulary, genres, and concepts: does this artist seem to use blues elements (many contemporary artists may not do so, overtly)? What jazz elements do we find? Is this artist on the cusp of more than one genre? How does your artist show tradition and innovation in jazz? Use terminology appropriate for that style; for contemporary artists, you’ll likely have to look up and read ahead for terms such as fusion, avant-garde, M-BASE, and extended technique.

Incorporate class discussion and readings. Be certain you include how your artist is connected to the jazz tradition. If you’re looking at fusion bands like Snarky Puppy, you’ll likely need to reference Miles Davis’ 1970s ventures, for example.

Identify your artist and the concert or album in your title. Include links to your concert, whether livestreamed or pre-recorded. Identify band personnel of in your selections when available. If discussing a large ensemble, just identify the soloists of your selection/s.

FORMAT: Use standard font (Times New Roman, Arial, Geneva), double-spaced. Your report will be three to five pages in length.

Artist Report will consist of at a minimum of five paragraphs: an introduction, a conclusion, and supporting paragraphs. Each paragraph should consist of about 5-7 sentences.

Reminder: This project is equally observation, analysis, and research.

Opening Paragraph: Introduce your artist and identify the concert and/or album. Also, name the songs you’re discussing. State your purpose in the opening sentences. Do not use fluff phrases, like “Music has been with us since the end of time”. Just the facts, please!

Supporting Paragraphs: These inner paragraphs will support the statements made in the opening paragraph. First, discuss and describe what you see in the concert to demonstrate your understanding of appropriate terminology, genres, and styles. Include comparisons with artists whom we’ve studied (or that are in LTJ or AAM) that are similar to your chosen musician. You can compare how the live version of some songs differ from recorded versions. You might compare this artist to one of her/his major influences.

Conclusion: Tie up your impressions and research by describing what was traditional and what was innovative about your artist’s performance vis a vis jazz history. How did your artist expand your knowledge of jazz history? You might include your feelings about watching a recorded concert instead of a live performance. Also, please do not start this section with, “in conclusion….”

References: Your Artist Report will be supplemented with research from at least five (5) sources, with the following criteria:

One of your resources must be LTJ or African American Music: An Introduction.

Two of your sources must be from one of the following titles:

A Davis Blues Legacies and Black Feminism, by Angela Davis. NY: Vintage Books, 1999.

AAM African American Music: An Introduction, 2nd edition, by Mellonee Burnim and Portia Maultsby, editors. New York: Routledge 2015.

LTJ Listening to Jazz, 2nd ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020.

Dahl Stormy Weather: The Music and Lives of a Century of Jazzwomen, by Linda Dahl. NY: Pantheon Books, 1992. Physical copy; readings provided on Canvas.

Gillespie To BE, or not…to BOP. New York: Doubleday, 1979.

Griffin In Search of Billie Holiday: If You Can’t be Free, Be a Mystery, by Farah Jasmine Griffin. New York, Ballantine Books, 2002.

Kelley Thelonious Monk: The Life and Times of an American Original, by Robin D.G. Kelley. New York: Free Press, 2009.

M Davis Miles: The Autobiography, by Miles Davis and Quincy Troupe. New York: Simon and Shuster, 1989.

Walser Keeping Time, by Robert Walser, 2nd ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.

The other references must be research-driven hardcover and/or digital books, periodicals, and “liner notes” (booklets accompanying LPs and CDs that often have important details about the recording).

Books — including digital books — should be research-based, or biographies (like Angela Davis’ Blues Legacies or Charles Mingus’ Beneath the Underdog, and/or jazz magazine articles). Only list books that you’ve really used; don’t pad your bibliography—we’ll notice this.

Your online research should consist of sources that have been professionally verified; e.g., an online doctoral dissertation, research paper, or periodical (Billboard, Downbeat, Jazz Drummer, JazzIz, www.jazztimes.com (Links to an external site.)), etc. Wikipedia will not count as one of your minimum references. Digital versions of newspapers like LA Times and New York Times are acceptable. For all online resources, include direct link.

A paper earning an “A” grade will skillfully incorporate such “outside” research.

Books — including digital books — should be research-based, or biographies (like Angela Davis’ Blues Legacies or Charles Mingus’ Beneath the Underdog, and/or jazz magazine articles). Only list books that you’ve really used; don’t pad your bibliography—we’ll notice this.

Your online research should consist of sources that have been professionally verified; e.g., an online doctoral dissertation, research paper, or periodical (Billboard, Downbeat, Jazz Drummer, JazzIz, www.jazztimes.com, etc. Wikipedia will not count as one of your minimum references. Digital versions of newspapers like LA Times and New York Times are acceptable. For all online resources, include direct link.

Bibliography: To avoid plagiarism, make sure to carefully cite any idea that is not your own. This applies to direct quotations of artists and song lyrics, in addition to books, articles, websites, and the like. This also applies to rewording or paraphrasing someone else’s writing.

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Assignment: Choose a work that was composed about a conflict or time of conflict. You may find this work

Assignment:
Choose a work that was composed about a conflict or time of conflict. You may find this work either through the internet, youtube, the McKay Music library, the Marriott Library, or ITunesU, or it may be one you have in your own library. Many of your sources may come from internet sites. Please cite the URL address at the end of your paper. Please write in your own words. Do not copy and paste from the internet. If you do choose to quote something from another source, please use quotations and cite the sources. This assignment will be run through TURNITIN to check for plagiarism.

In a 2-3 page paper, answer the following questions about the piece. The paper should be double-spaced, 12 point Times Roman font.
1. What was the conflict or unrest that the music was composed about or during? Give some historical background information about the conflict.
2. When was the music composed? Give the closest date possible. Was it during, before, or after the conflict?
3. Did the music escalate the crisis? Was it designed to do that? Did it reach the audience that needed to hear it?
4. What do the lyrics discuss? Who’s side of the conflict does the song side with, if any? Who sings the piece?
5. Discuss the music of the piece. What is the texture? What instruments are used? What is the range? What is the melody like…conjunct or disjunct? What is the meter? Describe the rhythm. Do these musical elements make the piece more noticeable or unique?
Please submit the paper here as an attachment or if you have Word Perfect or Microsoft Works…. please copy and past the paper in the space below. It is OK if this changes the formatting. I will not mark of for that in this case. Please proof-read your paper for grammar, spelling, and punctuation. (YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR PAPER HERE FOR CREDIT.)

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Here are the instructions from my professor: It is a reflective essay that you should include what you learned Essay

Here are the instructions from my professor:
It is a reflective essay that you should include what you learned from and thought when you read Prelude 3, “Music as Exploration and Drama.”
In the essay, please include the following topics.
Origin of the word “baroque”
Virtuosity
Major-minor tonality
Equal Temperament/The Well-Tempered Clavier
Figured Bass/Basso Continuo
Doctrine of the Affections
Castrato
Improvisation
The screenshots I provided are of my online textbook. Specifically, the chapters my professor wants us to read and write about.

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The age of Baroque saw the emergence of the Modern World, fueled by scientific achievements, international trade, and greater Essay

The age of Baroque saw the emergence of the Modern World, fueled by scientific achievements, international trade, and greater prosperity for a growing number of capitalists. The arts of the seventeenth century share a common approach that is grandiose, exuberant, and international in its appeal. Discuss these artistic achievements with a focus on one masterwork from each of the areas of visual arts and music. Your paper should be typed with double-spaces. The writing style needs to be formal: no personal tense, no contractions, and no colloquialisms. Develop your thoughts into clearly defined paragraphs (at least three sentences and a topic sentence). Your grade will be based on both content and writing style. In-text citations (author, page) should be used for original ideas or direct quotations. Research is not required, but use Works Cited at the conclusion of the paper if you have quoted sources. • Format: MLA preferred, but you many use another style you are familiar with • Typed with double-spacing • Length: 3-5 pages •Give specific examples–visual art, music, literature–to back up your points • Formal writing style–grammar and spelling will be considered[supanova_question]

Johann Sebastian Bach’s song “Joy” and Stravinsky’s song, “Right of Spring”

Music Assignment Help Listen to the two musical pieces entitled, “Joy” by Bach, and “The Write of Spring” by Stravinsky and answer the following prompt: how do these two examples of “pure music” (no lyrics), in literal or metaphorical ways use rhythm, lines, sounds, visible structure, theme, silence, ambient sounds, motifs, regularity, or anything else related to musical forms. Please document any sources in MLA 8th edition.

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Written Assignment/Exam No. 1

Music of the Twentieth Century

Answer the essay below in complete sentences, using musical examples from works studied in class to illustrate your main points. Please write your essay in an organized manner, and address the questions in the order in which they appear below, in order to ensure full credit for your essay. Your essay should be a minimum of one page (12-point Times New Roman type).
Written Assignment/Essay Exam No. 1 will be made available on Blackboard at 9:05 a.m., Wednesday, March 2nd, during our class meeting time. We will not meet in our classroom on Wednesday, March 2nd. Please use the class period to begin drafting your written assignment/essay, based on material we covered in the textbook, Chapters 25 and 26. The assignment is due by 9:05 a.m. on Monday, March 7. (We will meet in our classroom on Monday, March 7th, at our regular time for our regularly scheduled class session.) You must submit your written assignment to me as a WORD document through Blackboard. You can access your grade and my comments through Blackboard. Don’t forget to click SUBMIT at the bottom of the Blackboard page. Exam No. 1 = 100 pts.

Written Assignment/Exam No. 1

Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) had a long, successful career that encompassed many twentieth-century styles, including primitivism. Stravinsky used rhythmically complex ideas from global cultures and combined those with his knowledge of Russian folk music when he was comimissioned to compose The Rite of Spring (1913). The ballet was subtitled Pictures of Russia, and it depicts the Russian peasants’ pagan (pre-Christian) rites to convince the gods to end the winter and bring the earth back to life with spring. The rite culminates in the sacrifice of a young virgin. Not only were the subject matter and the music unexpected by the audience, but the costumes were brightly colored and bulky, and the choreography by Vaslav Nijinsky was even more shocking. Let’s pursue this train of thought and look more carefully at Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring, as an example of the “new” in music in the early decades of the twentieth century. Be sure to include the following significant points in your essay in order to receive full credit: (1) Describe Stravinsky’s early musical training, his career, and major musical accomplishments. List three commissioned ballets from Stravinsky’s Russian period (15 pts).
(2) Describe in detail the musical style known as Primitivism, focusing on three main points of this style. Identify and describe two musical scales used to create the mood and/or depict the storyline in The Rite of Spring (15 pts). (3) Describe the use of rhythm, textures, harmony, and timbre inThe Rite of Spring (15 pts.). (4) In the Introduction section, when does the opening melody repeat most often? Near the beginning, the middle, and/or the end of the Introduction, in your opinion? In your opinion, how does the opening melody of this work reinforce the overall mood (15 pts.)? (5) The Rite of Spring is an iconic work in the musical repertoire. In your opinion, which element (melody, harmony, rhythm, texture) do you think contributes most to reinforce the ballet’s storyline as a purely musical work, without the chroeography and the staging of the ballet (10 pts.)? (6) Identify the Russian producer/entrepreneur who commissioned Stravinsky in the composition of The Rite of Spring. Identify the choreographer and describe two issues that confronted the choreographer in the staging of the ballet (10 pts.). (7) Although The Rite of Spring received a hostile reception at its premiere in Paris in 1913, why, in your opinion, did the ballet move forward to a successful audience reception? Do you think today’s audiences are less likely to be shocked by new works with controversial storylines, or innovative choreography (10 pts.)? (8) In your opinion, does Stravinsky’s ballet, The Rite of Spring, successfully represent Primitivism in music? Why or why not (10 pts.)?[supanova_question]

Music Question

Using Soundtrap and a MIDI controller, create an original composition between 1 and 3 minutes in length that uses MIDI inside of a DAW (Soundtrap or another DAW of your choosing). You may also use loops in this composition if you wish. Remember that you can download MIDI files from the internet and change their sounds (timbres) inside of a DAW. You can also perform MIDI into a DAW using a MIDI keyboard controller. Consider form and the overall structure of your piece. This is not a composition course, so the real goal here is to make something that fundamentally qualifies as “interesting.”

Export the audio file from your DAW
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Music writing

The reports should be 350-400 words minimum and should include:
Please submit the report properly by clicking on the external tool button at the end of the page. Please do not submit .pdf or Apple (.pages) files.
Please do not attach your submission file in the Comment box. Please submit the report properly by clicking on the external tool button at the end of the page
You should write and submit a personal and unique description of the shown videos. Refrain from copying or paraphrasing your sources. By doing so, it will reflect in the Originality report inside of Turnitin.com
You should describe your personal experience as you watch the videos.
Check the due date for this assignment. i wanted to introduce you to it, but consider doing it once you feel comfortable with the main elements of music. Kindly submit on time to avoid point deductions.
Please read the instructions below. You should complete every step in order to receive credit for this activity.
Hello dear class! Below is a link to a couple of videos which will make for one (1) Concert Attendance requirement. You can click on the link below or copy it and paste it in your browser.
https://www.dw.com/en/teodor-currentzis-the-classical-rebel/a-36248767 (Links to an external site.)
In these two videos, I want to present to you one of my most favorite and passionate conductors: Teodor Currentzis.
You will get an inside look into the mind of this conductor and how music within the orchestra is envisioned by him. Certainly, Teodor is a very eccentric and a truly unique individual, but I want you to understand how he is able to shape the artistic and architectural value of a piece by a having a precise vision on how to perform it. This is not a concert and indeed there is not much music in these two videos but you should see a great amount of preparation both musically and philosophically.
Your task is to comment on how your perception of music changed after you have watched both videos. The second video starts with a summary of the first one and on the 3:52 minute mark begins the second part.
Your report should include not less than 350-400 words and should reflect your new understanding of this vibrant and fresh interpretation of classical music. You are invited to view other videos in which Currentzis conducts full works of music to complement your report. This should be a discovery report and it would be lovely if you could reach a deeper meaning of music through the presentation of this video. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have questions about this project. Once you finish Concert Attendance 1, then proceed to the next video-project (Second Concert Attendance ) which I hope you will enjoy as much as this one. I would love for you to indulge in watching these videos.
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500 words. These responses will be graded as excellent (5)/good (4)/proficient (3)/incomplete (0). They will be considered incomplete if Essay

Music Assignment Help 500 words. These responses will be graded as excellent (5)/good (4)/proficient (3)/incomplete (0). They will be considered incomplete if they are not completed in time or show no engagement with the material for the week.

Note that for each of these topics, you are not being asking to summarize the material in question, but to analyze it. This means you describe an aspect of the song or reading only in service of saying something about it or how it works, not just that it happens. Imagine if, for each observation you might make, I asked you, “So what?” Answering that question can help you move beyond summarization and toward analysis.

Question: The following are two different recordings of a song called “Jolene” written (and performed) by Dolly Parton. Listen to both and compare them. You could talk about instrumentation, loudness and heaviness, slowness and fastness, vocal timbre, ornamentation, etc. How does this pair relate to and/or complicate our notion of “authenticity” discussed this week?
“Jolene” text
link:https://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/dollyparton/jolene141885.html
Version 1: Performed by Dolly Parton spotify youtube
link: https://open.spotify.com/track/2SpEHTbUuebeLkgs9QB7Ue?si=dOemhXvQSpukRGGAejdiHg

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Music Question

ASSIGNMENT OVERVIEW:
Hip Hop music has always been a reflection of the times. Artists have used their voices and music to address various issues that have affected their community. These issues range from poverty, police brutality, gang violence, censorship, and racism to name a few.
For this assignment, you will select a rap album or artist like Kendrick Lamar, N.W.A., Salt N Pepa, David Banner, Rapsody, Queen Latifah, or Public Enemy and research the impact their music and lyrics had on the Hip-Hop community. You will analyze how their songs were used to express social protest and political oppression during various times in the 21st century.
TASK LIST:
To complete this assignment, you will need to write a 1000 word research paper to demonstrate your understanding of the cultural and social impact the artist you selected and their music had on hip hop culture and the world. The presentation should focus on the music and messages that were conveyed by the artist you choose and the direct impact they had on the Hip Hop community and society.
Topics areas to select from include:
Your report should focus on one of the following topics.
*Artist- Select an artist or group that had a message in their music and analyze their musical catalogue to discuss how their music is a reflection of society and addressed social and political issues that have directly impacted the Hip Hop community.
*Album- Select an album that had an impact on the Hip-Hop community and addressed social injustice and oppression.
Angles to Consider:
Once you have determined your topic, research such areas as, but not limited to:
How did the artist or group change the trajectory of rap music?
How was the music marketed to the consumers?
Analyze various movements and how Hip-Hop Culture has helped raise awareness i.e. Stop The Violence, Just Say No, Black Lives Matter, Crack Era, Freedom of Speech, etc.?
Did the record labels support the artists and their music if it was controversial?
What type of press did the artist receive at the time of the album release? Did it help or hurt their record sales and growth as an artist?
What was the outcome of the music they released? Did it help or hurt the community and movements at the time of release?
ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE: 1000 word research paper
Evidence of research completed – at least four sources. It is recommended that you make use of the Rowan Campbell Library, which has a section dedicated to the Music Program with books, online databases, and magazines. Please do not cite Wikipedia as one of your sources.
Use of the MLA Referencing Style
Format of assignment:
1000 word Research Paper
Reference List
Cover page to include:
Your name
Module name
Assignment name
Date of submission

GRADING CRITERIA:25?ility to select an artist or album relevant to the assignment 25?ility to identify and evaluate the inter-relationship between art and life15%Quality of research conducted about the topic15%Quality of supporting notes and documents10%Quality of structure and written piece of work10%Evidence of Research and correct use of MLA Referencing

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Music Question

Part I:
Address each of the Bernstein videos individually as to what you learned:
Video 1 through 5. Number each of your responses as Video 1 Video 2 Video 3 Video 4 and Video 5. Or they will not be corrected and graded. :
Discuss the information and ideas presented by Bernstein in his lecture and music illustrations. Listen to the music when Bernstein is conducting the orchestra.
When music is the focus such as the Chavez orchestral work or the French Songs by Canteloube, write about the parts in the music of each that seems to reflect most obviously to the nature of folk music. Don’t bother with the lyrics, focus on the music. Some timestamps will be provided especially for the Chavez work.
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Concert report

For summer 4 or 6 week session courses and/or so long as there are statewide or countywide stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19, online streaming performances are acceptable, and suggested online sources will be provided. The online performance may be live streamed or previously recorded but must meet the same requirements as specified below (copy/paste from syllabus). Simply provide the URL at the end of your paper for your proof of attendance.
You must watch the concert: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOjHhS5MtvA
This assignment encourages each student to actively listen to and experience a live classical performance.
The report will require you to use the knowledge gained in this course to provide an overview of the performance. The Instructor will provide a handout with writing instructions.
The report shall be double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font, 1-inch margins, and no longer than two pages. Proof of concert attendance (ticket stub, concert program, etc.) must be attached to your report.
10 Points: Completeness (two pages, 12-point font, double spaced).
10 Points: Grammar, punctuation, spelling, and formatting (be sure to note which titles must be in italics and which must be in quotations).
10 Points: Incorporating at least ten (10) musical terms covered in the course and/or textbook. You can use musical terms such as melody, pitch, notes, range, climax, countermelody, rhyme scheme, downbeat, upbeat, syncopation, polyrhythm, non metric, additive rhythms, measure, scale, octave, chord, tonic, tonality, dissonance, consonance, sharps, flats, major scale, minor scale, diatonic, chromatic, modulation, monophony, heterophony, polyphony, homophony, imitation, tempo, tone, soprano, alto, tenor, bass, romantic, classical, baroque, renaissance, etc
5 Points: The concert attended is an eligible performance per the syllabus or instructor approval.
5 Points: The student included some form of tangible proof of concert attendance (ticket stub, receipt, concert program, etc.).
10 Points: Follows formatting and guidelines as specified in the course.
THERE IS A SAMPLE ATTACHED BELOW DO NOT PLAGIARIZE BUT FORMAT IT LIKE THAT
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Article analysis Essay

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Music Question

An overview of the entire film
A discussion of the artist/band/genre’s important musical contributions. In short, why was this film made? What makes this musician/genre worthy of a film?
A discussion of the artist/band/genre’s social/political/historical/economic contributions. Beyond the music, what does this musician / genre offer culturally?
A discussion/comparison to a band/genre/movement we covered in class.
Your opinion of the film
All citations should use MLA format.
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Composer report

For the assignment on composers, students will write a report with a minimum of 300 words.
This report requires that the student select his or her favorite composer from the list below:
Bach
Brahms
Corelli
Haydn
Mendelssohn
Purcell
Schubert
Tchaikowsky
Vivaldi
Wagner
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Music DQ Question

Create your initial post on the DQ 7 Discussion Board in response to the following questions:
Identify innovations in the following new-school styles: De La Soul “Potholes in My Lawn” and LL Cool J “I Need Love”
Identify new lyrical themes in rap music in the late 90s and 2000s
What strategies did record companies employ to broaden the consumer base for rap music beyond the African American community?
What social conditions are associated with the emergence of gangsta rap?
After posting, return to the board and read over the posts of your fellow classmates. Choose at least one classmate and create a post responding to his/her initial post on the Discussion Board
The other students post is in the file
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Music DQ Question

Music Assignment Help MIDI is technology from the 1980s, largely unchanged since the 1980s, and more widely used today than ever before. You would likely find it difficult to identify any other specific technology protocol that you can say that about! Based on your usage of MIDI so far, can you explain how MIDI has had such staying power?
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Music Discussion

Like the music of hip hop, the popularity of breaking spread quickly

from its origins in New York to the rest of the country—and around the

world. At the height of its popularity breaking could be seen on

television, in the news, and in movies. In the lecture and in the movie The Freshest Kids you

have seen how previous dance styles, gymnastics, and martial arts

movies influenced breaking, and the influence of New York breaking on

the dance style of the West Coast. What are some contemporary dances

that you feel have been influenced by breaking? Are there any other

types of dance(s) that include the element of “ritual combat” that was

(is) part of the aesthetic of breaking? (Remember that you are not

limited to discussing only the United States as hip hop has become a

global phenomenon). In posting your reply, feel inspired to include

examples that support your opinion.
minimum 200 words
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You will then write a review of that concert. Find in person concerts

You will then write a review of that concert.
Find in person concerts HERE.
Find streaming concerts HERE.

Both Concerts MUST Be “Formal”
No stadium/festival concerts or concerts featuring pop artists (EDM, pop rock, hip hop, modern country, etc). Music should reflect the course’s content.
Appropriate genres include:
traditional jazz
opera
symphony orchestra
chamber music (like a string quartet or piano recital)
“world” music (i.e. Japanese classical, Indonesian gamelan, etc), experimental, etc.
Pop, rock, hip hop, reggae, and other popular style concerts, and outdoor, cafe/restaurant performances are NOT acceptable (with the exception of pop concerts on the Cuyamaca College Performing Arts Concert Series).

IN PERSON CONCERTS MUST BE PRE-APPROVED BY THE INSTRUCTOR!
THE WRITTEN REVIEW
1. Provide 1-2 paragraphs describing the concert you attended and the music performed in formal, academic language.2. Give TITLES of pieces/songs and GENRE or type of music played (jazz, baroque, opera, romantic, etc).3. Give the HISTORY of the music played.4. What instruments were played?5. Write about the performers themselves: where are they from, what is their background, what do they play?6. What is your own response to the performance and the music? Like it? Love it or Hate it? Why?7. Write about the substance of the performance and the music and your response to it ONLY. (I don’t need to know what you had for dinner or how traffic was getting to the venue.)
8. Upload your essay in PDF or DOC(X) format ONLY! You can receive a zero if I cannot read your essay.Concert Review Rubric (1)
Concert Review Rubric (1)
CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConcert was appropriate genre.BOTH concerts MUST be “formal,” sit-down concerts. Genres include: jazz, opera, symphonic, chamber music, “world” music (i.e. Japanese classical, Indonesian gamelan, etc), experimental, etc. Try to get outside your comfort zone – the idea is to try something new! Pop concerts are NOT acceptable (with the exception of pop concerts on the Cuyamaca College Performing Arts Concert Series).
7 ptsFull Marks
0 ptsNo Marks
7 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeProof of attendance present
2 ptsFull Marks
0 ptsNo Marks
2 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReview is 1-2 paragraphs and complete concert detail provided2. Give TITLES of pieces/songs and GENRE or type of music played (jazz, baroque, opera, romantic, etc). 3. Give the HISTORY of the music played. 4. What instruments were played? 5. Write about the performers themselves: where are they from, what is their background, what do they play? 6. What is your own response to the performance and the music? Like it? Love it or Hate it? Why?
2 ptsFull Marks
0 ptsNo Marks
2 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormal, academic language is used. Proper word usage and spelling are present. Correct file formats were used.
4 ptsFull Marks
0 ptsNo Marks
4 pts

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In Chapter 1 when explaining the music and identity theme, Starr and Waterman mention that

In Chapter 1 when explaining the music and identity theme, Starr and Waterman mention that “popular music in America has from the very beginning been closely tied up with stereotypes, convenient ways of organizing people into categories.” With this in mind, consider the following songs and video:
“Gangsta’s Paradise” by Coolio https://youtu.be/cpGbzYlnz7c
“Mama’s Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys” originally recorded by Ed Bruce and famously covered by Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings https://youtu.be/ZaWCepCWDyY
“Bad” complete music video by Michael Jackson (directed by Martin Scorsese) (note: this version includes an extended section shot in black and white before the song begins)
How does this material both use stereotypes and respond/react to stereotyping? Consider the lyrics and visual presentation carefully.
Return to the board and read over the posts of your fellow classmates. Choose at least one classmates and create a post responding to his/her initial post on the Discussion Board. Your DQ replies do not need to be as long as your initial posts. In most cases, about 5 sentences will do.
In the file is a pic to respond to the student
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Choose a musical that has not been discussed in the textbook. A simple internet

Music Assignment Help Choose a musical that has not been discussed in the textbook. A simple internet search can open many possibilities to you. Make certain you have access to the cast recording of the songs from the show, either from YouTube or your preferred music streaming service.
Listen to all of the songs/numbers from the show. Read the synopsis of the show completely and notice where the songs appear in the story plot. Look up the lyrics and follow along (they are most likely able to be found on the internet).
Keep in mind that we are studying the structure of musical from its beginning to its end, so we are currently only focusing on the first part of act one. Do not discuss songs/numbers from act two…yet (you will in later modules).
For this project, please answer following items, based on the musical you chose above. Use the logic presented in Jack Viertel’s The Secret Life… textbook reading assignments to guide your analysis.
Does this show begin with an overture?If yes, describe the sensations you feel and pictures you see in your mind while listening to it. What instruments stand out to you in the orchestra/band?
If no, then does it begin with text and/or voices instead? Does this serve the opening number? Briefly explain how this show begins if not with an overture.

What is the tone of the opening number? Briefly explain how the beginning number(s) to this show welcome(s) you into the world of this story based on style and tone.
How many characters get introduced throughout the course of just the overture and/or the opening number? Which characters?
Based on the opening number, can you perceive the specific point of view this show is going to take? Can you predict the themes of this show already in the opening number, and if so, what are they? In your opinion, does the beginning of the show “do no harm” by intriguing you without overly confusing you? Briefly explain why or why not.
NOTE: You will (most likely) only discuss two songs for this assignment, or possibly only one song if there is no overture. You will write about other songs/numbers in act one in later modules. Remember, though there are formulaic tendencies in the structure of musicals, they are each individual and unique too.
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http://www.osborne-conant.org/ladies.htm (links to external site) (Links to an external site.)
Reading Response 3 Prompt-Osborne.pdf Download

http://www.osborne-conant.org/ladies.htm (links to external site) (Links to an external site.)
Reading Response 3 Prompt-Osborne.pdf Download Reading Response 3 Prompt-Osborne.pdf
Wiliam Osborne’s 1994 online essay “‘You Sound Like A Ladies Orchestra’: A Case History of Sexism Against Abbie Conant In the Munich Philharmonic” traces the history of trombonist Abbie Conant’s audition, employment, and legal interaction with the Munich Philharmonic. Some questions you might consider in writing your response to his essay are:
Who is William Osborne, and what is his relationship with Abbie Conant? How does that influence your reading of his essay?
Have you ever heard Abbie Conant play? Does it matter in judging your reaction to Osborne’s article?
Why do you think this article was published electronically rather than in paper form? What are the pros and cons of this format of publication?
Osborne’s essay is extensively footnoted: what kind of evidence does Osborne use to support his argument, and do you think it is successful?
Osborne opens his essay with an anecdote involving the Munich Philharmonic’s historical past: is it a successful opening, or not, and why?
What is the thesis (if any) of Osborne’s essay, and where is it stated?
Your Reading Response should contain at least one (1) quotation from the reading, which should be cited according to The Chicago Manual of Style format (i.e. a footnote). Below are examples of how this reading, an online essay, might be cited in a bibliography, and as a footnote. Citing electronic material follows that same rules as conventionally published material, but given its changeable nature, electronically published information should include a description of the material (what the source is if there is no author or title), the URL (where the source is), and the access date (as the source may change or be deleted). If you choose to quote Osbonrne more than once (a citation from the same source), you should the shortened citation form and not “ibid” (“in the same place”)
CITATION STYLE
Bibliography
Osborne, William. “‘You Sound Like A Ladies Orchestra’: A Case History of Sexism Against Abbie Conant In the Munich Philharmonic.” http://www.osborne-conant.org/ladies.htm (accessed September 7, 2021).
Footnote
1 William Osborne, “‘You Sound Like A Ladies Orchestra’: A Case History of Sexism Against Abbie Conant In the Munich Philharmonic,” http://www.osborne-conant.org/ladies.htm (accessed September 7, 2021), “Foreword.”

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Week 6: Feb. 14-20 (Baroque) pp. 73-115; Listening 7-13. Your brief Reading report for Baroque is due by no

Week 6: Feb. 14-20 (Baroque) pp. 73-115; Listening 7-13.
Your brief Reading report for Baroque is due by no later

Week 6: Feb. 14-20 (Baroque) pp. 73-115; Listening 7-13.
Your brief Reading report for Baroque is due by no later than 3:00 PM on Sun., Feb. 20, submitting via e-mail.

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The Age of the Renaissance witnessed a new secularization of society, replacing the God-centered Universe of the Middle Ages Essay

The Age of the Renaissance
witnessed a new secularization of
society, replacing the God-centered Universe
of the Middle Ages with the Human.
centered world of the 16th century. No longer
was the church seen as the central authority
togive life meaning. Humanists viewed human
beings as noble creatures, capable
of achieving fulfillment in the expanding world
in which they lived. With this new orientation
came the realization that man’s nature also
could be rude, selfish, and even destructive.
Discuss the ways in which we see the
emergence of the modern individual who is
aware of the challenges to the humanist view
of man’s nobility and goodness. Illustrate your
viewpoint with specific works from visual
arts, music, and literature.
Your paper should be typed with double-spaces.
The
writing style needs to be formal: no personal tense, no
contractions, and no colloquialisms. Develop your thoughts
into clearly defined paragraphs (at least three sentences and
a topic sentence). Your grade will be based on both content
and writing style. In-text citations (author, page) should be
used for original ideas or direct quotations. Research is not
required, but use Works Cited at the conclusion of the paper
if you have quoted sources.
• Format: MLA preferred, but you many use another style
you are familiar with
• Typed with double-spacing
• Length: 3-5 pages
•Give specific examples–visual art, music, literature–to
back up your points
• Formal writing style–grammar and spelling will be
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Listening Reflection

Music Assignment Help Hi there, please look at the attachment I have provided which will give you a better understanding on the assignment. This Listening reflection is based on this film on YouTube. Please make sure all work is original.
Listening Reflection

The film, Bhangra City, follows Tarun Nayar takes us into the vibrant and underground world of South Asian popular music in Vancouver. Look up and listen to one of the artists mentioned in the film. How do these artists use bhangra help South Asian-Canadians musically and culturally bridge and strategically assimilate their various worlds as third-culture and diaspora kids(Warwick 2000; Gera 2010)?

Reflection Guide: Strive for 300 – 400 words
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I have an essay that requires me to describe the process of creating a hip hop beat using the program FL Studios. This descriiption must include the process of mixing, mastering, and techniques which took place to create it. This is just a portion of a research paper so I am attaching some more information about the methods portion in particular.[supanova_question]