Masterpiece Of Music

Repertoire List

Chopin: Etude, Op. 10, no. 12, Revolutionary
Berlioz: Fantastic Symphony, 4th movement
Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 (Op. 46), Morning Mood
Verdi: Rigoletto, La donna mobile
Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring, Part I, excerpt
Cage: Sonata V
John Adams: Doctor Atomic, At the sight of this

Please read the instructions below carefully, and make sure you complete the tasks completely and express your answers clearly

Respond to each of the parts below in complete sentences and in paragraph form as directed. You must use the musical terms covered by the course when appropriate; spelling of those terms will count toward your grade. Please label each part in your response (Part I, Part II, etc.), but do not include the instructions.
Do not use any outside sources; any information coming from such sources will not be counted toward your grade.

PART I: Musical Nationalism

One of the many important aspects of 19th and 20th century music has been that of nationalism: a composers inclusion of cultural elements of the homeland, often inspired by an event, place, literature, or an artistic work associated with the culture of the country in which the composer lived.
For each of the works, write a short paragraph in which you
-identify the performing medium of the piece: what instruments are needed to perform it? (if it includes an orchestra, you can indicate thatyou dont need to list every instrument).
-indicate what the nationalistic inspiration isbe specific.

Chopin: Etude, Op. 10, no. 12, Revolutionary
Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 (Op. 46)
Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring

PART II: Musical Elements

Just as there were various approaches to how musical elements such as melody, harmony, and form were treated in music of the 19th-21st centuries, composers sometimes treated rhythm, meter, and timbre in new ways and sometimes handled them in traditional ways.
For each of the following works, write a short paragraph in which you
-identify the performing medium (if it includes an orchestra, you can indicate thatyou dont need to list every instrument; if it includes a chorus or choir, you can indicate thatyou dont need to list the individual voices).
-describe one of the following musical elements for each work: rhythm, meter, or timbre. Be sure to use the correct musical terms to describe the chosen element, and be sure that you identify which of the elements you are describing. You do not have to describe the same element for all four worksyou can choose different elements for different pieces. Also, do not define the elements, just describe what they are like in the pieces.
Very important: Be sure you describe only the specific movement/section of the work indicated here.
Berlioz: Fantastic Symphony, 4th movement
Verdi: Rigoletto, La donna mobile
Cage: Sonata V
John Adams: Doctor Atomic, At the sight of this

PART III: Self-evaluation

For each of the course objectives below, write a short paragraph of a few sentences in which you evaluate yourself as to how you feel you met or did not meet an objective (the course objectives below are those listed in your syllabus). Be specific as to how you did or did not do so. You must discuss all of objectives to receive full credit. If you say that you did not meet an objective in some way, that will not lower your gradeto get full credit for this part of the test, you just need to honestly and thoughtfully self-evaluate.

Course Objectives

1. Students will be able to identify significant stylistic, formal, textual (referring to texts in vocal works), and contextual (where and for whom music was written and performed) characteristics of music from the various musical eras covered by the course.

2. Students will be able to discuss and write about music using appropriate musical terms and will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the musical aspects indicated by the terms.

3. Students will be able to critique the musical aspects of a concert (we watched a video this semester for a concert review) using appropriate terminology and be able to discuss the cultural context of the music (how music fits into its society).

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