Writing Format and Instructions (All papers must be submitted in Word format): MUL2010 VIRTUAL CONCERT REPORT GUIDELINES & RUBRIC Section/Paragraph One: Note the virtual concert you chose to view

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Writing Format and Instructions (All papers must be submitted in Word format):


Section/Paragraph One: Note the virtual concert you chose to view for this assignment.  Be sure to include the following:

· Performer’s or ensemble’s name, date, and location

· Performance Medium (such as piano recital, orchestral concert, opera, symphony concert, etc.)


Section/Paragraph Two: Make a table with three columns listing all pieces in the order they were played (include any encores as well).

  • Column 1: composition Title
  • Column 2: Composer’s full name followed by birth and death year in parenthesis. The composer is not always the performer.  The composer writes the music; the performer is who is executing it.
  • Column 3: Composition Style (musical era).  This should correspond to the dates when the compositions were written and the musical era during which the composer lived.
  • For this class, the style periods are as follows:

    • Medieval (450-1450)
    • Renaissance (1450-1600)
    • Baroque (1600-1750)
    • Classical (1750-1820)
    • Romantic (1820-1900)
    • Contemporary (1900-present day)

Example of Paragraph Two Column:

Composition Title

Composer (birth year – death year)

Composition Style (Musical Era)

The Erlking

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)


Symphony No. 40

W. A. Mozart (1756-1791)


Rhapsody in Blue

George Gershwin (1898-1937)


Continue until you have listed all compositions performed in the concert being viewed.


Section/Paragraph Three:  Write a description of each individual song or instrumental piece performed.

  • If you view a concert with 20 songs being sung, list all 20 and describe each, including the performer(s).
  • If you view an orchestral concert with a symphony containing four movements as one of the works, describe each movement of the symphony, etc.
  • A few descriptive qualities to analyze include:

    • the melody of the piece–how would you describe it? Is it a memorable tune, repetitive, disjunct and erratic, soaring, lyrical? Be specific.
    • the rhythm–is it consistent and strict, is it syncopated, etc.?
    • the character and overall musical style of the piece (is it a vocal/instrumental solo, part of a larger orchestral work, etc.?)
    • the emotion or mood of the piece
    • the tempo and dynamic level (is it fast, slow, moderate in tempo; Is it a monumentally loud piece or several dynamic changes from loud to soft? Elaborate!)
    • length of the piece (is it a solo piece, multi-movement, excerpt from an opera?)
  • For full credit, writing should be clear and eloquent, with no significant errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure.
  • Be sure to organize this section with an efficient and appropriate listing of music performed (in other words, do not group 20 song descriptions into one large paragraph).


Section/Paragraph Four: Describe the concert environment. Include the following:

  • A description of the physical layout of the performance hall or venue. Be sure to include the audience seating or standing in relation to the performers.
  • The clothing of the performers. Describe what people are wearing.  If the men and women have slightly different clothing, note that information.
  • The clothing and behavior of the audience members (if visible in the video). Was this a casual outdoor concert on lawn, a grand amphitheater, etc.?  Be descriptive.

5. Section/Paragraph Five:  Write a paragraph describing your general reaction to the concert. Be sure to include:

  • Insight about your own experience going to concerts and whether you enjoyed your selected concert.
  • Would you have liked to have been a member of the audience instead of being a “virtual” viewer?
  • Was the concert what you expected?
  • What was your reaction to the music performed?



*Students who plagiarize or use reports from other sources will receive a grade of “0.”

Use this youtube for the assignment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SW_Rhjjgy8


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