Concert Report: 132 Goodwin Music Building Performances (Essay Sample)
Tips for Concert Reports Goals: 1. To encourage students to experience a broader range of live performances 2. To help students talk about music intelligently General Information See your syllabus for the types of concerts that are acceptable. Four concert reports are required, two are due by midterms (October 10), the other by the last day of class (December 7). A list of concerts sponsored by the Department of Music for Fall Semester 2017 may be found at auburn.edu/music. Additionally, tickets for the event may be purchased online at auburn.edu/music/tickets. Tickets for students range from $5 - $10, and the concert venues include locations on the Auburn campus and performance venues in the Auburn/Opelika area. Students in this section of Music Appreciation are highly encouraged to attend concerts from September 7 – October 19, November 10-30, and the student Opera Workshop production on either November 7 or 12. Students may elect to attend APPROVED concerts in Atlanta, Montgomery, Columbus, etc. however, instructor approval must be requested at least 2 weeks prior to the event. Title of pieces: use italics. Double-space: 2-3 pages (or as many as it takes, shorter is often better!) Every Concert Report must have documentation attached to be accepted. A signed, EMBOSSED program must be turned in with your concert report. Some students take notes during the concert to help them remember the compositions performed. Other students take notes during the concert listing what they like and dislike so they have reasons to support their choice of best liked and least liked composition. This is a great site for asource..
The concert took place at the college of liberty arts, sponsored by the Department of Music. The Auburn University bands is on the 132 Goodwin Music Building. The US Army was performing several pieces at the theater among them the song without words, named I'll love my love, America the beautiful and stars and stripes forever.
Song without words I'll love my love
Gustav Holst (1874-1934)
America the beautiful
Samuel Augustus Ward (1847 –1903
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