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Answer & Explanation:1F10 Written Assignment #1 Page 2 of 3
1. Create an introduction to your report by stating the date and location of the concert.
Name the performers, and describe the setting of the stage etc. What is the general mood of the
audience before the concert begins?
2. Choose any piece from the first half of the concert that was of particular interest to you. Describe
the music by discussing the instrumentation, the melody, and the other materials of music e.g. rhythm,
harmony, texture, etc. Discuss your response to this music (intellectually and/or emotionally). Was the
music pleasing, annoying, intriguing etc.?
What sounds did you hear in the music that evoked your response?
3. Choose any piece from the second half that you would like to discuss. Describe the entire piece (as
in question two).
4. Discuss how the performers interacted with the audience. Did they discuss the pieces they
performed? What information did you get from them during the concert?
5. What was your overall impression of this concert? If you had to choose a favorite piece which one is
at the top of your list? Did you learn anything new about chamber music? Do you think this concert
will affect the way you listen to music in the future?
Note: Answer each question with one paragraph. Each paragraph should be roughly the same length
(paragraphs 1 and 5 could be slightly shorter than the others) . Be sure that your total word count does
not exceed 800 words.
Do not number your answers, and do not include the questions in your report.
You are allowed to take notes during the concert, but use a small notebook in order to take notes quietly
and discreetly
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Brock University, Faculty of Humanities
Department of Music
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MUSI1F10 Introduction to Classical Music
Assignment #1
ENCORE! Professional Concert Series
Musical Kaleidoscope
FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre,
Friday Nov. 8, 2019, 7:30 start
Recital Hall
Note: Please be seated no later than 7:15 as the concert will start at 7:30. Late arrivals will not be
seated until a suitable break in the performance.
The use of cell phones in the theatre is strictly forbidden. All cell phones must be turned off while
in the theatre. Cell phones may be used in the lobby, or outside the building. Your co-operation is
appreciated by theatre staff, and fellow concert attendees.
Electronic devices are not allowed to be used during the performance. This includes cell phones,
any type of recording device, cameras, ipods, laptops, and similar devices.
Instructions: To verify your attendance of this concert your ticket will be scanned as you enter the
theatre.
1. Use MLA formatting* and Standard English
2. Type your assignment using double–space
3. Use complete-sentence format
4. Include your student number next to your name
5. Underline your surname
6. Do not attach a cover-sheet
7. Provide a word count at the end of your report. (650 to 800 words, about three pages)
8. Staple all the sheets together in the top left-hand corner
*This link:
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/
will explain the MLA writing style and provides an example of how to format the first page of your
report. Do not ignore this link; improperly formatted papers will be penalized marks.
Be sure to save all your work in case you need to re-submit your paper.
Evaluation: Two criteria will be used to evaluate your assignment—
1. Content i.e., originality, perceptiveness, quality and accuracy of your observations 10 marks
2. Style i.e., grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, spelling, clarity, syntax and efficiency of
writing, with the goal of submitting an error-free report. 10 marks
1F10 Written Assignment #1
Page 2 of 3
1. Create an introduction to your report by stating the date and location of the concert.
Name the performers, and describe the setting of the stage etc. What is the general mood of the
audience before the concert begins?
2. Choose any piece from the first half of the concert that was of particular interest to you. Describe
the music by discussing the instrumentation, the melody, and the other materials of music e.g. rhythm,
harmony, texture, etc. Discuss your response to this music (intellectually and/or emotionally). Was the
music pleasing, annoying, intriguing etc.?
What sounds did you hear in the music that evoked your response?
3. Choose any piece from the second half that you would like to discuss. Describe the entire piece (as
in question two).
4. Discuss how the performers interacted with the audience. Did they discuss the pieces they
performed? What information did you get from them during the concert?
5. What was your overall impression of this concert? If you had to choose a favorite piece which one is
at the top of your list? Did you learn anything new about chamber music? Do you think this concert
will affect the way you listen to music in the future?
Note: Answer each question with one paragraph. Each paragraph should be roughly the same length
(paragraphs 1 and 5 could be slightly shorter than the others) . Be sure that your total word count does
not exceed 800 words.
Do not number your answers, and do not include the questions in your report.
You are allowed to take notes during the concert, but use a small notebook in order to take notes quietly
and discreetly.
This assignment is due in class, Thursday, November 21, 2019 – Deductions for late assignments are
stated in the course outline.
Some notes regarding this concert:
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In multi-movement works there is usually a brief pause between each movement. The audience, by
tradition, should not applaud (clap) after each movement, but should wait until the end of all the
movements ( i.e., the completion of the entire piece) before clapping.
The program is subject to change. If there are changes to the program the performers will usually
announce this prior to the concert. Be sure to keep your written program so that you may refer to it
when writing your report.
Concert etiquette and attire: Although this is a formal concert, there is no dress code in effect.
Audience members may “come as they are” or wear whatever is comfortable. For a discussion of
concert etiquette you may find this article to be of help:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concert_etiquette
Plagiarism: Plagiarism is a serious academic offence. This concert report should consist of your
personal observations. Any references must be properly cited. The graders of this assignment have
been instructed to investigate any instances of suspected plagiarism.
MLA format, first page.

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