Concert Report

Instead, you will be required to watch one of the sets of YouTube videos that are listed below. Each set has three different pieces some of which have multiple movements.

For this important final project you must include the following:

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1. The full name of the composer of each piece
2. The full title of each composition and the different movements if there are multiple movements
3. The name of each orchestra, the name of its conductor and the full names of any featured soloists.
4. If there are multiple movements you must address each individual movement and if possible the number and tempo marking for each movement. For most YouTube videos you can click on “more” underneath the video window to get complete information about the tempi and number of the different movements for multiple-movement pieces.

The specific purpose of this assignment is to demonstrate the listening skills that you have hopefully acquired in the class.

What did you hear from the standpoint of melody, harmony, rhythm, texture, volume, tempo, musical form, historical period, and orchestration?

I’m interested in reading how you express in your own words what you have heard and what you have observed while watching the concert videos. I’m not at all interested in any historical and biographical information that you have looked up on the Internet. That would turn this project into a simple-minded high school book report.

Again, here are two major areas to address in your report:
What did you hear and what did you observe while watching each concert and its different pieces and movements.

 

Below are the links to several individual concerts with different YouTube videos. Each grouping may be thought of as a full orchestra concert.

Concert #1:

Claude Debussy – Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun:

W. A. Mozart – Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 488

Gustav Holst – The Planets

Concert #2:

W. A. Mozart – The Magic Flute Overture

Maurice Ravel – Piano Concerto in G major

Johannes Brahms – Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68 (1876)

Concert #3:

John Adams – Short Ride in a Fast Machine

George Gershwin – Piano Concerto in F

Ludwig van Beethoven – Symphony No. 9 (Choral Symphony)

Concert #4:

Richard Wagner – Die Meistersinger Overture

Antonio Vivaldi- The Four Seasons

Igor Stravinsky – The Firebird Suite

Concert #5:

Ludwig van Beethoven – Symphony No. 3 (Eroica)

Sergei Prokofiev- Piano Concerto No. 3, Martha Argerich, Piano

Modest Mussorgsky – Pictures at an Exhibition

Concert #6:

J. S. Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major

Maurice Ravel – Mother Goose Suite

Béla Bartók – Concerto for Orchestra

This assignment is worth 11% of your final grade and gives you the opportunity to demonstrate the listening and analysis skills that you have developed in this class. More important is your ability to produce an end-of-semester term paper that should be at least five pages in essay form/single spaced (not outline form) that summarizes your orchestra concert viewing and listening experience and addresses the different musical criteria that I have mentioned above: melody, harmony, rhythm, texture, volume, tempo, musical form, historical period, and orchestration.

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