The concert included
following songs:
“Bacchanale” from Samson et Dalila, Op. 47 (1877) —— Camille Saint Saens
Adagio for Strings
(1936) —— Samuel
Danzon No.2 (1994) —— Arturo Marquez
Symphony No.8, Op.
  I. Allegro con brio
  II. Adagio
  III. Allegretto grazioso
  IV. Allegro ma non troppo
—— Antonin Dvorakformat.docxThe format:
Title of the First Piece
Objective Description: Object Descriptions are your description of
what you observed in the music at the performance. Describe each
movement of the piece—write a separate paragraph for each
movement. Provide a narrative of your observations concerning such
elements as melody, rhythm, dynamics, tempo, instrumentation, texture,
form, etc. Describe the major musical characteristics of the piece,
including the solos, tempo, dynamics, instrumentation, or themes, etc.
Note that a “narrative” is not a list or summary – it is a sequential
description of what occurred as the piece was played.
• You must write about every piece performed on the concert.
• You must describe all movements of each piece.
• You must write a separate paragraph of objective description for
each movement of multiple movement pieces. For example, if the
piece has four movements you will write four paragraphs of
objective description, one for each separate movement.
• You should cover a wide range of important features of the music –
avoid focusing obsessively on only one or two aspects too much.
Subjective Reaction:
This brief paragraph describes your emotional response to the
music. Did you like it or dislike it and, most importantly, why did
you react as you did? What about the performance affected you?
Express your opinion, but don’t forget to explain your reasons.
◦ Write a single paragraph of subjective reaction for each
piece on the concert even if the piece has more than one
movement. In other words, do not write a separate subjective
reaction for each movement in multiple-movement pieces.
◦ A subjective reaction should usually be quite short, typically
no more than a few sentences in a single short paragraph.
◦ A subjective reaction is not a creative writing assignment in
which you make up stories about the music – do not include
imaginary scenarios that you might dream up to go with the
music. Simply tell report how you reacted, and point elements
of the music you responded to.
◦ The subjective reaction sections should be distinctly
subordinate to the objective description sections – the
objective descriptions are far more important than the
subjective reactions on this assignment
Titles of Additional Pieces
Objective Descriptions and Subjective Reactions for every additional
piece on the concert follow here. You must write about every piece performed
on your concert, including music performed following any intermission. Supply
these Objective Description and Subjective Reaction sections for each piece
performed. (If you attend an unusually long concert you may discuss this with
the instructor before submitting your paper, but expect you will still be
required to report on all pieces performed at the concert you attended.)
Quality of Performance
The final Quality of Performance paragraph is the brief conclusion of your
report. It focuses on the concert as a whole, rather than on the individual
pieces. What were the notable features of the overall performance? Were
there far too many wrong notes? If you know the pieces, were there some
different or even incorrect interpretations? Were there distracting elements in
the performance? Or was this the most inspired and inspiring performance
that you have ever heard? Were you emotionally moved by the concert?
Were some parts of the concert better/worse than others? Were there
aspects that you found especially pleasing? Were there any surprises at the
concert? Would you go again? Remember that “music criticism” is not only
looking for faults, but is also recognizing the especially good things which
happen during a performance.
The concert included following songs:
“Bacchanale” from Samson et Dalila, Op. 47 (1877) —— Camille Saint Saens
Adagio for Strings (1936) —— Samuel Barber
Danzon No.2 (1994) —— Arturo Marquez
Symphony No.8, Op. 88(1889)
I. Allegro con brio
II. Adagio
III. Allegretto grazioso
IV. Allegro ma non troppo
—— Antonin Dvorak
Double spaced
Font: Times New Roman, 14
Five Pages
Note that the most important material in your report is that which is contained
in your objective descriptions. In a typical paper the objective descriptions will
comprise the majority of the report and the subjective reaction and quality of
performance sections should be much shorter. If the amount of subjective
material approaches the amount of objective description material you should
consider shortening the subjective descriptions and/or including more details
in your objective descriptions. A useful rule of thumb might be that, roughly
speaking, the objective descriptions might comprise at least 75% or more of
your writing in the report, though some variations are to be expected.

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