It can be a concert of your choice. Live or online being that covid has been a t
It can be a concert of your choice. Live or online being that covid has been a t
It can be a concert of your choice. Live or online being that covid has been a thing for a while now. consider musical sound and the contexts in which the sound takes place. primary focus of the activity. · Participants: Musicians, audiences, stagehands, onlookers, vendors, etc. Are distinctions of gender, race ethnicity and social/economic class important? · Interaction: How do musicians interact with other musicians, audience members with musicians, audiences among themselves? What Kinds of social behaviors are present? · Context: Time, place, setting. Is it a formal concert, club setting, street performance, informal party among friends, part of a wedding or football game etc.? · Staging: Costuming, lighting, physical separation of audience and performers, sound amplification. · Instruments: What are the specific types of instruments used and how are they played? · Communicative Modes: In addition to music, are language (lyrics, introductions, talking –to-the-audience, written program notes), dance gestures, etc. used to communicate information? · Musical Sound: How does the music relate to the basic concepts of musical sound presented in class… Particularly, what aspects of tone and quality of voices and instrumental sound seem important within the musical mix? What are the textures used? Is their some coherence between the type of event and the musical sound?

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