3 page essay, Review/ Rate out of 10 Colter Walls album “Imaginary Appalachia” as if you were publishing a review in Nashville Music Guide based on the criteria 1) does he tell a story? 2) does it evoke emotion? 3) voice range 4) instrumentation I have attached an example and the rubric
I’m vocalist this is music education class Look at the last page there is a requirement to write a page of personal philosophy about how to educate music remember I am a vocal student
Historical Comprehension – Explain how the cultural diversity of New Orleans helped create a new American music, ultimately labeling New Orleans as the “birthplace of jazz”. Cultural Analysis – Analyze how the traveling lifestyle of jazz musicians was a result of the American cultural climate. Discuss how the different environments became a strong influence on… Continue reading Geographical application – identify and examine the jazz styles and artists associated with the five cities of new orleans, chicago, st. louis, kansas city, and new york city.
No sources needed. The Circle of Life song- explain how it was influenced by african culture and music
Purpose: To gain first-hand exposure to Western “art music” and to apply knowledge learned in class to the discussion of concert programs. The general Instructions are going to be on the Files
Discuss the elements of Motown Records present the Jackson 5’s sound/show/look. Research their recordings on Youtube/Pandora/iTunes and other resources you may know.
After watching the two opposing views of Thomas Friedman and Pankaj Ghemawat on the state of globalization, suggest your own opinion on the following questions. Whose’ logic is more convincing to you, why? Is globalization good or bad? What are the benefits and costs of globalization? I believe that Pankaj’s words and advice is more… Continue reading Whose’ logic is more convincing to you, why?
Why was jazz and blues seen as immoral (and low class), while Tin Pan Alley songs were representative of elite manners and tastes (and high class)? What did each represent? Is there such a thing as “elite” music in popular music? How is music represented by class? In the first paragraph, discuss the contrasting opinions… Continue reading What did each represent?
From the book World Music Tradions and Transformation 3rd edition… Chapter 2 end of chapter questions…. pick just 1 question In your own words, give a substantial response to one of the four discussion questions posed at the end of Chapter two of your text. Be sure to answer the question fully for full credit.
During the classical period, attending a musical performance was a very common form of entertainment. To help us relate to the audience of the classical period, let’s compare attending a concert to a very popular form of entertainment today….. For this week’s essay, tell me how a Symphony Orchestra is similar to a baseball team!… Continue reading Identify at least 8 similarities in essay form.