A Concertgoers Guide, 9th Edition
- Christine Linial
- ISBN-10: 1111347522
- ISBN-13: 9781111347529
- 96 Pages | Paperback
- COPYRIGHT: 2011 Published
Students often struggle to engage with music that is often times foreign to them and subsequently communicate their experience in a written assignment. A CONCERTGOER'S GUIDE gives students a complete reference tool for successfully writing concert reviews and response papers.
1. PREPARING FOR THE CONCERT.
Overall Physical Issues – Calendars, Tickets, Parking, Maps.
How to Prepare for the Concert Review: Before the Concert.
Program Notes and Pre-Concert Talks.
Musical Ensembles. Types of Musical Writing – Definitions and Checklists.
2. AT THE CONCERT AND BEYOND: WRITING YOUR CONCERT REVIEW.
How to Take Notes.
After the Concert – The Rough Draft.
Sample Concert Programs.
Appendix: Opera Companies, Orchestras, and Festivals.
All supplements have been updated in coordination with the Main title.
Please see Main title page for new to this edition information.
The brief volume of the first thirty-six chapters focuses on Western (or classical) music, which includes the first six parts of LISTENING TO MUSIC, Sixth Edition.Instructor's Edition (with CD-ROM) (ISBN-10: 0495571962 | ISBN-13: 9780495571964)
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