You will need to attend a symphony orchestra concert, opera, or chamber music concert in order to complete it. As long as it is a symphony orchestra concert, opera, or a chamber music concert, any event is OK. If you go to a chamber music concert, if possible, try to find a “professional” rather than a “community” production. In any case, you must find a way to see the orchestra at some point in the performance. here are some websites to look for a concert. http://www.flushingtownhall.org/http://www.queenssymphony.org/http://kupferbergcenter.org/http://www.bargemusic.org/http://www.nytimes.com/events/index.htmlhttp://events.juilliard.edu/http://www.newschool.edu/mannes/events/ after attending a concert you must answer: What kind of listener were you at the concert? Why? What pieces were performed? If there are multiple movements (as described in the “instrumental music” section of the Classical Period), each must be analyzed separately. What was the style of each of the pieces performed? What was the instrumentation of the orchestra? Draw out the seating arrangement of the instruments in the orchestra. Analyze each piece played in the concert with the following criteria from the course: Unity & Variety Structure of the Music Purpose of the Music Tempo Volume Rhythm Melody Harmony Form Historical Period Did you enjoy the concert? Why or why not?
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