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Summary 2

Note: In this compressed, Four Week Term you are not required to attend live performances in order to write your paper. Instead, please choose a documentary video to watch from the approved Performance/Documentary links provided for you:

PBS and Films On Demand

You may also access these approved links in the Orientation Module>Syllabus and the Course Assignments page.

If you choose you may optionally attend a live performance during this short term. Check the ‘Links To Live Concert Opportunities’ tab in ‘Table of Contents’ for possible local area live performance venues/calendars.

IMPORTANT: Please review the Concert/Documentary Summary Guide found in the Syllabus section of the Orientation Module.

 

NOTICE: The DUE DATE for this assignment is Sunday, June 20 by 11:59 PM. Assignments may be submitted after this date for reduced credit. However, the END DATE date, after which the assignment cannot be submitted and will receive no credit, is Tuesday, June 22 by 11:59 PM.

Each Summary MUST be from a different genre and one genre MUST be CLASSICAL. Choose from the following:

  • Vocal Classical concert (Solo Recital, Choir Concert, Music Theater, Opera)
  • Instrumental Classical concert  (Chamber Music concert, Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Concert Band)
  • Jazz concert (Combo jazz, Big Band jazz, Vocal jazz)
  • “World Music” concert (Salsa, Reggae, Native American. Also Asian, East Indian, Latin American, African, Irish, Eastern Bloc European, Middle Eastern, etc.)
  • Popular music concert (Country, Blues, Hip-Hop, Classic Rock, Contemporary Christian, Indie Rock, R&B, etc.) If you choose a Pop concert it MUST be something new and relatively unfamiliar to you.

The HEADING at the top of your paper should include:

your name

the name of the performer(s)

the location of the performance

the date, time and location of the performance

the Heading should take up no more than the top two inches of the first page.  Or you may add a third, additional cover page.

 

The SUMMARY should:

be written and submitted in Microsoft Word as an attachment through the assignment drop box

be 1.5 to 2 pages in length

double-spaced

have one (1) inch margins

use Garamond or Times New Roman font

use 12 pt. type maximum

 

Note: UCO subscribes to the “Turnitin” digital plagiarism scanning system. Your paper will be scanned and checked against a UCO database as well as an International database for any evidence of copying and plagiarizing someone else’s work. 

TITLING Your Saved Document File

When you title your saved document file (“save as” in your computer) please use the following naming convention:

Use the following in your saved file title:

JZW – Jazz/World Concert
CLA – Classical Concert
POP – Popular Concert

cs1 – first Summary
cs2 – second Summary
cs3 – third Summary

Example for Saved File: lastname_firstname_cs2_JZW

Submitting Your Paper

Compose the assignment (paper) in Microsoft Word and save it to your hard drive using the “Naming Convention” shown above.

If you don’t have MS Word, you may compose it in another word processing software, but you must save it in either a Rich Text Format (rtf) or a PDF format .pdf or I will be unable to open it.

From the Homepage, scroll down in the Content Browser and Click on the Course Assignments module.

Select the assignment you are going to submit (Summaries 1, 2, or 3).

Scroll down below the Sample Grading Form to Submit Files. Click Add a File > Select the correct saved document from the saved files in your personal computer > Open(or Save) > Upload > Submit.   You may also “click, drag and drop” your file if you choose. NOTE:  Make certain you are selecting the saved Word document itself (.doc or .docx) and not a link on your computer to the document.  I can only open the document itself.  When you are back in the assignment dropbox, you can use the dialogue box to add a message to send with the paper (optional) or you can simply Submit.  We are not using Record Audio in this course.

There are specific deadlines for all assignments. Make sure you know what the Due date is (for full credit) and the END date (for reduced credit).  Assignments are NOT accepted after the END date.

1) You are to write about your perceptions of the concert. What struck you as a listener? Use musical language (e.g. dynamics, rhythmic complexity, smooth [legato] or not, etc. What style of music did you hear and was it typical of that style or perhaps something new?

2) Try to attend concerts that you would not normally go to. Doing this will give you a better appreciation of new things. It doesn’t mean you will walk away loving the “new” music, but perhaps you will gain a respect for it as a valid musical style.

 

Part 3

Instructions

Four Week class – 2021 Extra Credit Project 1 – Handel’s Messiah Concert Summary (or alternate LIVE concert)

 

NOTICE: The Due date for this assignment is any time before Sunday, June 27 by 11:59 PM.  Assignments may be submitted after this date for reduced credit.  However, the END date, after which the assignment cannot be submitted and will receive no credit, is Tuesday, June 29 by 11:59 PM.

 

Watch the entire video performance of the Messiah. (see below). Write a Concert Summary for Extra Credit following the same instructions as for all the other Concert Summaries.

 

http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/us31v

 

OPTION: You may choose to attend and write a Summary about a fourth live, classical concert performance instead of the linked video ‘Messiah’ performance. The concert must be live, attended this semester, and seen and heard from beginning to end. For this Extra Credit Summary it may NOT be any kind of Popular music concert. OR, you may also optionally choose a fourth documentary video chosen from a Classical Vocal, Classical Instrumental (or combined classical/vocal), or Jazz or World music genre.

 

Please choose a documentary video to watch from the approved Performance/Documentary links provided for you:

 

PBS and Films On Demand

 

IMPORTANT: Please review the Concert/Documentary Summary Guide found in the Syllabus section of the Orientation Module.

 

(See previous Concert Summary instructions or Course Information module).  If in doubt please contact your professor.

 

The HEADING at the top of your paper should include:

 

your name

the name of the performer(s)

the location of the performance

the date, time and location of the performance

the Heading should take up no more than the top two inches of the first page.  Or you may add a third, additional cover page.

 

1) You are to write about your perceptions of the concert. What struck you as a listener? Use musical language (e.g. dynamics, rhythmic complexity, smooth [legato] or not, etc. What style of music did you hear and was it typical of that style or perhaps something new?

 

Note: UCO subscribes to the “Turnitin” digital plagiarism scanning system. Your paper will be scanned and checked against a UCO database as well as an International database for any evidence of copying and plagiarizing someone else’s work.

 

The SUMMARY should:

 

be written and submitted in Microsoft Word as an attachment through the assignment drop box

be 1.5 to 2 pages in length

be double-spaced

have one (1) inch margins

use Garamond or Times New Roman font

use 12 pt. type maximum

TITLING Your Saved Document File

 

When you title your saved document file (“save as” in your computer) please use the following naming convention:

 

Use the following in your saved file title:

 

EXTRA 1

Example for Saved File: lastname_firstname_EXTRA 1

 

Submitting Your Paper

 

Compose the assignment (paper) in Microsoft Word and save it to your hard drive using the “Naming Convention” shown above.

 

If you don’t have MS Word, you may compose it in another word processing software, but you must save it in either a Rich Text Format (rtf) or a PDF format .pdf or I will be unable to open it.

 

From the Homepage, scroll down in the Content Browser and Click on the Course Assignments module.

 

Select the assignment you are going to submit (Summaries 1, 2, or 3).

 

Scroll down below the Sample Grading Form to Submit Files. Click Add a File > Select the correct saved document from the saved files in your personal computer > Open(or Save) > Upload > Submit.   You may also “click, drag and drop” your file if you choose. NOTE:  Make certain you are selecting the saved Word document itself (.doc or .docx) and not a link on your computer to the document.  I can only open the document itself.  When you are back in the assignment dropbox, you can use the dialogue box to add a message to send with the paper (optional) or you can simply Submit.  We are not using Record Audio in this course.

 

There are specific deadlines for all assignments. Make sure you know what the Due date is (for full credit) and the END date (for reduced credit).  Assignments are NOT accepted after the END date.

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