For the virtual concert report, watch the five live performances listed below in their entirety: 1) Short Ride on a Fast Machine composed by John
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For the virtual concert report, watch the five live performances listed below in their entirety:
1) Short Ride on a Fast Machine composed by John Adams (b. 1947)
BBC Symphony Orchestra, Marin Alsop-conductor
rd Movement from the Concerto for Clarinet by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
ChamberFest Cleveland All Star Orchestra, Franklin Cohen-clarinet soloist
th Movement from Symphony No. 4 by Peter Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)
Artic Philharmonic, Christian Lindberg-conductor
4) The Trumpet Shall Sound from Messiah by George Frederic Handel (1685-1759)
Trinity Wall Street Baroque Orchestra, Julian Wachner-conductor, Phillippe Sly-bass
5) Mambo from West Side Story composed by Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)
Venezuelan Youth Orchestra/Gustavo Dudemal, conductor
For each of these videos, you need to write two paragraphs for a total of 10 paragraphs.
For the first paragraph, you should include the following information:
Approximately how many musicians were performing?
Approximately what percentage was male? Female?
Approximately what was the average age of the ensemble members?
How would you describe the behavior of the musicians?
Did they appear to be enjoying themselves?
For the second paragraph, you should include the following information:
What genres of music is the piece? (symphonies, sonatas, etc.)
What historical era does the piece represent? (classical, romantic, etc.)
Is the work programmatic?
Describe what you hear.
This paragraph on the music should include feelings and thoughts that the
music brought to mind. What instruments were playing the melody? Did
you notice a particular section of the ensemble doing something unique?
Was the movement fast or slow? What happened with the volume? Was
their repetition and if so, how was it used?
You must conclude your paragraph with did you like the work? Why or Why not?