Listening quiz C Our recording of George M. Cohan's A ring to the Name of Rose is an example of typical barbershop quartet style (true) (false) Lous Armstrong demonstrates a peculiar vocal technique in Hotter than hot which became a staple of jazz vocalists in the days to follow. What is it called? (Vocables) (scat singing) (Mumbling jones) Which of these displays a metric (beats/measure) organization that is different from the others (koko) (Taxi War Dance) (Mood Indigo) (Take five) Listening quiz D Which listening example combines vocal yodeling and trumpet soloing (Earl's Breakdown) (Blue Yodel no.9) (ojos) (Down by the riverside) The Bossa Nova Desafinado features a solo trumpet in addition to the vocalist (true) (false) Which of these uses horns in the arrangement (down by the riverside) (Papa's got a brand-new bag) (stop in the name of love) (School days) The selection Cajun two step is in triple meter (true) (false) Which of the following selection uses steel guitar on our recording (ballad of casey jones) (Blue Yodel no.9) (Mele of my tutu E) (Earl's Breakdown) Listening quiz E In The Byrds version of Mr. Tambourine Man the vocals are performed by (Three female voices) (Four male voices) (two male voices and one female voice) (two male voices and two female voices) John Cotane's A love Supreme part 1 uses electric guitars synthesizer and bongos to accompany the sax (true) (false) In Rappers Delight the sample over which the rappers perform is from (Good times) (A fitth of Beethoven) ( It's Raining men) (Night Fever) Listening Quiz F What aspects of African American Musical performance are utilized in the recording of Gershwin's Bess you is my woman now (Harpsichord trills) (Gregorian Chant melodies) (Blue notes) (traditional tribal flute music) Which of these makes use of 5-part polyphony (Tonight) (Ol Man River) (Every Day a little Death) ( Give my regards to broadway) Which of the following has the rhythmic pule or beat divided into three part (eg. 1 -2-3/2-2-3, 1 -2-3/2-2-3) not two parts (eg. 1 -and/2-and, 1 -and/2-and)? (Ol man river) (Every day a little death) (tonight) Which composer used screaming string stabs to underscore a particularly frightening moment in a film (john Williams in star wars) (Bernard Hermann in Psycho) Listening Quiz G Regarding the Charles Ives composition at the river the voice and the piano accompaniment are in different meters but the same key (true) (false) Comparing the listening example the Banshee Spaceship, General Putnam's Camp and Afro American Symphony which sounds the most traditional (like music from the 19 th century) (The Banshee) (The Spaceship) (General Putnam's Camp) (Afro American Symphony) From among the following, which piece of music sounds the most like Sonata V from sonatas and interludes for prepared piano (The Banshee) (Fanfare for the common man) (Gamelan Gong Kebjar: Hujdan Mas) (At the river) There are no blue notes or blues inspired themes in the Afro American symphony (true) (false) American quiz 5 Note: It is recommended that you save your response as you complete each question. Question 1 (5 points) The music of the Rolling Stones was closest in style to that of Question 1 options: The Beatles The Beach Boys Elvis Presley rhythm and blues Save Question 2 (5 points) The "effective blend of serious concert music and rock" is called Question 2 options: jazz rock folk rock acid rock art rock Save Question 3 (5 points) This music which fused characteristics of North American rock and elements drawn from a black religious movement became popular in England in the '60s and in North America in the '70s. Question 3 options: punk funk heavy metal reggae Save Question 4 (5 points) Disco was a popular and commercially successful ______ music. Question 4 options: dance concert band folk Save Question 5 (5 points) Genesis, King Crimson, Pink Floyd and Yes were among the groups that have explored Question 5 options: jazz rock folk rock acid rock art rock Save Question 6 (5 points) __________________________ were the 1980's Punk group who took their name from an early stage-name used by paul McCartney. Question 6 options: The Monkeys The Ramones The Sex Pistols The New York Dolls Save Question 7 (5 points) The song "Mr. Tambourine Man" was written by Question 7 options: The Byrds Pete Seeger Bob Dylan The Beatles Save Question 8 (5 points) _________________ groups emulated the fashions but not the violence or anger of Punk. Question 8 options: Folk Rock Acid Rock New Wave Reggae Save Question 9 (5 points) Punk began in _______________________. Question 9 options: India San Francisco Leeds New York Save Question 10 (5 points) Disco was popular and commercially successful ______________ music. Question 10 options: dance concert band folk Save Question 11 (5 points) Grunge was also referred to as the _____________ sound. Question 11 options: San Francisco Chicago Memphis Seattle Save Question 12 (5 points) The musician whose real name is Robert Zimmerman is better know as _____________________. Question 12 options: Leadbelly Bob Dylan Hulk Hogan Tex Ritter Save Question 13 (5 points) Pete Seeger and other musicians participating in the "Urban Folk Revival" had NO connection to politcal, social or racial issues in the '50s and '60s. Question 13 options: True False Save Question 14 (5 points) Which of the following was NOT a pianist associated with many styles of Jazz since 1960? Question 14 options: Herbie Hancock John Coltrane Chick Corea John Lewis Save Question 15 (5 points) The acronym AACM stands for Association for the Advancement of Communist Members. Question 15 options: True False Save Question 16 (5 points) In 1960 Ornette Coleman released an album whose title coined this term for unrestricted collective improvisation. Question 16 options: free jazz modern jazz third stream fusion Save Question 17 (5 points) Generally dissonant and complex John Coltrane's music features frequent harmonic changes and polytonal passages. Question 17 options: True False Save Question 18 (5 points) Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock are both influential jazz pianists associated with "fusion". Question 18 options: True False Save Question 19 (5 points) "Toasting" was Not a technique destined to have far-reaching effects on the development of Rap music in the '70s and '80s. Question 19 options: True False Save Question 20 (5 points) Exploring new marketing strategies, the British band Radiohead released their 2007 recording "In Rainbows" directly to fans over the Internet for whatever the buyers chose to pay. Question 20 options: True False Save American quiz 4 Note: It is recommended that you save your response as you complete each question. Question 1 (5 points) Cajun music evolved in the remote areas of Question 1 options: Louisiana Texas Tennessee Virginia Save Question 2 (5 points) What was the first "Latin" rhythm to affect American popular music? Question 2 options: Rhumba Conga Tango Mambo Save Question 3 (5 points) Duke Ellington was the jazz musician who introduced the merging of Latin rhythms with be-bop style called "cu-bop" at a Carnegie Hall concert in 1947. Question 3 options: True False Save Question 4 (5 points) The two "Latin rhytms" associated with Brazil are Question 4 options: Mambo and Rhumba Bomba and Conga Samba and Bossa Nova Tang and Cha-cha Save Question 5 (5 points) The typical "conjunto" ensemble includes Question 5 options: accordion and guitar trumpet and trombone piano and violin saxophone and flute Save Question 6 (5 points) Mexican "mariachi" bands can include one to three trumpets. Question 6 options: True False Save Question 7 (5 points) The disc jockey who introduced "rhythm and blues" to mainstrteam audiences and is credited with coining the term "rock and roll" was Question 7 options: Dick Clark Joe Turner Walter Cronkite Alan Freed Save Question 8 (5 points) Bill Haley and Elvis Presley began their careers as Question 8 options: blues singers country-western singers pianists disc jockeys Save Question 9 (5 points) One of the first black musicians who became technically expert with and who utilized studio recording techniques was Question 9 options: Jimi Hendrix Ray Charles James Brown Aretha Franklin Save Question 10 (5 points) The Beatles devised their name as a reference to _____________________ and his group whom they admired. Question 10 options: Miles Davis Buddy Holly Jack Kerouac Alan Ginzburg Save Question 11 (5 points) Acid or Pschedelic Rock began in Question 11 options: New York Detroit Chicago San Francisco Save Question 12 (5 points) In 1949 Billboard abandoned the term _____________________ and replaced it with "rhythm and blues". Question 12 options: race records the blues rcokabilly music gospel music Save Question 13 (5 points) Which one of the following does NOT apply to Berry Gordy Jr.? Question 13 options: black man songwriter jazz harmonica player founder of Motown Save Question 14 (5 points) Black "rhythm and blues" shared a number of important characteristics with white _________________. Question 14 options: jazz music country-western music gospel music classical music Save Question 15 (5 points) Motown was conceived in order to make ___________________ commercially viable. Question 15 options: black music rock and roll English pop musc surf music Save Question 16 (5 points) Most early rock and roll songs were close in form and use of harmony to the twelve-bar blues. Question 16 options: True False Save Question 17 (5 points) Sly and the Family Stone are considered early practitioners of ________________ a mix of "soul", "blues" and "rock" elements. Question 17 options: Grunge Gospel Funk house Save Question 18 (5 points) The "slack key guitar" , the original "steel guitar" and the "ukelele" are all popular instruments in Hawaiian music. Question 18 options: True False Save Question 19 (5 points) The major figure in the development of "western swing" was Question 19 options: Hank Williams Sr. Gene Autry Bob Wills Chet Atkins Save Question 20 (5 points) Tito Puente was known as the Question 20 options: samba king mambo king salsa king rumba king Save American quiz #6 Question 1 (4 points) Which one of the following kinds of music theater has an integrated plot? Question 1 options: burlesque vaudeville operetta all of the above Save Question 2 (4 points) Satire that ridicules something important or treats something silly with mock dignity is called Question 2 options: revue burlesque vaudeville operetta Save Question 3 (4 points) The most popular Broadway revues were those called the Ziegfeld Question 3 options: Vanities Revues Scandals Follies Save Question 4 (4 points) The operettas by Gilbert and Sullivan are primarily Question 4 options: suspenseful patriotic sentimental comic Save Question 5 (4 points) The composer credited with introducing the "concept musical" is Question 5 options: Leonard Bernstein Marc Shaiman Stephen Flaherty Stephen Sondheim Save Question 6 (4 points) Just after the turn of the 20th century the a new form called musical comedy blended elements of ______________________________. Question 6 options: vaudeville and minstrelsy minstrelsy and revues operetta and vaudeville opera and burlesque Save Question 7 (4 points) The man who virtually ensured the success of the American musical comedy in its early days was Question 7 options: Jerome Kern George M. Cohan Eubie Blake Leonard Bernstein Save Question 8 (4 points) Josephine Baker appeared in the 1921 all-black Broadway hit Question 8 options: Take Me Along Porgy and Bess In Dahomey Shuffle Along Save Question 9 (4 points) What was the landmark show of 1927 by Jerome Kern? Question 9 options: Annie Get Your Gun West Side Story Carousel Show Boat Save Question 10 (4 points) The famous song "Ol' Man River" was written for which of the following shows? Question 10 options: Carousel Show Boat West Side Story Annie Get Your Gun Save Question 11 (4 points) The 1942 movie Yankee Doodle Dandy is about the life of Question 11 options: Richard Rodgers Leonard Bernstein George M. Cohan George Gershwin Save Question 12 (4 points) The composer who worked with both Lorenz Hart and later Oscar Hammerstein II was Question 12 options: Richard Rodgers Jerome Kern George Gershwin George M. Cohan Save Question 13 (4 points) Oklahoma! was written by Question 13 options: Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II Irene and Vernon Castle George and Ira Gershwin Adele and Fred Astaire Save Question 14 (4 points) A recording of a film's dialogue, sound effects, and music is called the Question 14 options: soundtrack film score dailies Save Question 15 (4 points) The technique of musically mirroring a character's actions is called Question 15 options: imitating echoing Mickey Mousing cartooning Save Question 16 (4 points) Source or Diegetic music _______ heard by the characters in the film. Question 16 options: is is not Save Question 17 (4 points) The Jazz Singer _________ the first major motion picture to use sound. Question 17 options: was was not Save Question 18 (4 points) The classic Hollywood filmscore is best described as Question 18 options: a lavishly varied orchestral sound dependent on sophisticated electronic techniques based entirely on currently popular songs written with the left hand Save Question 19 (4 points) The first electronic film score to win an Academy Award was Giorgio Moroder's Question 19 options: The Bride of Frankenstein Spellbound Midnight Express Star Wars Save Question 20 (4 points) Another term for non-diegetic music is Question 20 options: functional classical quiet dismissable Save Question 21 (4 points) The composer of Porgy and Bess was Question 21 options: Mary Carr Moore Virgil Thompson Gian-Carlo Menotti George Gershwin Save Question 22 (4 points) The declamatory (intoned speaking) setting of a text which moves the drama forward and usually precedes the highly melodic section is called Question 22 options: verismo aria recitative libretto Save Question 23 (4 points) The text of an opera is called the Question 23 options: libretto finale verismo ensemble Save Question 24 (4 points) The 21st century musical utilizing Latin and Hip-Hop flavored music in a tribute to a Manhattan Hispanic neighborhood is __________________________. Question 24 options: Def Poetry Jam Spring Awakening Passing Strange In the Heightsp.315 Save Question 25 (4 points) The composer of the 1957 Broadway masterpiece West Side Story was ________________________. Question 25 options: Richard Rodgers Jerome Kern Leonard Bernsteinp.308 Stephen Sondheim Save Listening quiz Note: It is recommended that you save your response as you complete each question. Question 1 (5 points) "Ensembles for Synthesizer" uses traditional melodies and harmonies throughout. Question 1 options: True False Save Question 2 (5 points) Oliveros's Sound Patterns is more "experimental" in its use of rhythm, harmony, melody and timbre than Schuman's "Chester" from his New England Triptych. Question 2 options: True False Save Question 3 (10 points) Comparing the vocal music "At the River", "Sound Patterns" and "Maggie and Millie and Molly and May" select from below the order which best reflects their placement on a spectrum from most traditional (least dissonant or "normal") to least traditional (most dissonant or "non- normal"). Question 3 options: At the River', 'Sound Patterns' and 'Maggie and Millie and Molly and May' 'Maggie and Millie and Molly and May', 'At the River', and 'Sound Patterns' 'Sound Patterns', 'Maggie and Millie and Molly and May' and 'At the River' Save
I need help with the following project for a concert review/critique ranging betweek 600-800 wds. I have attached an example of a previous critique of the concert for reference. Here is the link to the concert video: http://real.darton.edu/faculty/kluball/Spr2012/EnhakeConcert2012.html Give the context (background and general information) for the performance. The most important part of your review should consist of your thoughts and impressions of the entire experience. Explain why you did or did not enjoy the performance. Do not simply write "I liked the performance because the music was pretty." Instead, explain why you enjoyed performances or did not. Be specific--use composer's names and specific information. For example: The review should include a brief paragraph on each piece or movement performed. Include the composer, historical notes and your impression. Think: 3-4 sentences on each piece or movement. Did the melodies of the pieces linger in your memory for days afterwards? Could you "tap your toe" to the rhythms? Were you awed by the technical skill of the performers? What is architecture of the performance space? How did the audience react to the performance? Was the printed programs helpful (and why)? Site the printed program as a source. Also, your review will include, but not be limited to the following points: A brief historical description of the pieces performed. Include a brief discussion of the composer's life and career at the time of the composition. Mention each piece performed in the concert. Give your response or impression of the piece. Use musical terms learned in this course in your critique. Other items that you may include in your concert critique may include: When did it premiere? Where? (Historically) Was the premiere a success or a failure? Are the pieces performed considered standard repertory today, or are they obscure? An assessment of the audience's reaction. (Did people around you fall asleep? Was the audience mesmerized? Was everyone coughing and shuffling, or could you have heard a pin drop because the audience was so taken by the experience?) Did you feel that the performers met the challenges of the piece? (If possible, you might listen to a CD recording or watch a video performance of the piece before the concert. You will then be able to make an accurate and appropriate comparison.) Would you buy a CD of this particular piece? Why or why not? Would you give a copy of this piece as a gift to a friend? Why or why not?
Was C.P.E. Bach following in his famous father's footsteps (we're talking about the baroque master J.S. Bach here, of course) or was he leading a revolt against the style that his father mastered? Use 2 outside sources (include citation or link) to support your position.
For your writing assignment in this module, address the following three topics: Compare the role of music in ancient Greece to that in the early Middle Ages. Include mention of at least two musical examples from each period from the required listening, describing how each represents the role you've described. Describe the differences between organum and motet . Include mention of at least two examples of each form, describing how each represents its form. Summarize the characteristics of the three types of organum described in your textbook. For each, find at least one example from your listening. Describe each example to clarify the type of organum it represents, using appropriate terminology. Your writing assignment will produce an essay of 100-250 words for each of the three topics, using good grammatical and organizational practice. Remember to cite at least the number of the pieces from your required listening as instructed in each topic. You can also expand your research beyond the required readings and listening assignments, but be sure to cite sources where appropriate (including passages from your textbook or other readings), and include a bibliography if needed. This writing assignment will help you focus on appropriate analytical procedures when listening to and reading the score to a particular piece of music. To do so, make sure you observe and are able to describe features of the piece in the following categories: Pitch: identification of key and scale/mode type (if applicable); examination of melodic contour (smooth, jagged, direction of line); relevance to any text setting, harmonies, and cadences; state of notational practice. Rhythm: identification of tempo and meter type (or lack thereof), examination of rhythmic interest, changes in tempo, and importance of rhythm to the overall fabric. Loudness: conclusions about the importance of loudness in the historical style and, if so, actual structural contributions of loudness to the form and fabric of the piece. Texture: identification and examination of the texture of the piece and any changes during the course of the piece; appropriate use of the terms monophonic, homophonic, and polyphonic should be included in the analysis of texture. Color: specific examination of the instruments and/or voices performing the piece, why they may have been chosen by the composer, and any special considerations required for their use, for example, technical performing restrictions, range, articulation abilities, role in ensembles. Form: examination of the specific musical form structuring the piece (remembering that in the early development of Western music, it was often the text that structured the music). Function: examination of any functional implications intended for the piece
Hello, if it's possible to have your assistance again with these that would be great. I have 2 but they due by the end of today. Very last minute I'm sorry, let me know if you won't be able to, I appreciate it tremendously. Thanks again Question 1 Of the following, which does not describe Norteño ? a.uses accordion b.incorportates polka and waltz rhythms c.makes use of African derived rhythms d.has roots in corridos 1 points Question 2 Conjunto is similar to Norteño , except that the emphasis is on: a.songs of struggle b.songs of love c.dance beats rather than ballads d.all of the above 1 points Question 3 Tejano is: a.a style that originates in South Texas b.a more urban version of Conunto c.sometimes incorporates elements of rock and jazz d.all of the above 1 points Question 4 A style of Mexican-American music that focuses on brass instruments is: a. Orquesta Tejano b. Banda c. Jaranas d.all of the above 1 points Question 5 Button accordion is frequently used in: a. Norteño b. Conjunto c. Banda d.both A and B 1 points Question 6 Other Latin American dance forms like cumbia , merengue and salsa are sometimes incorporated into: a. Norteño b.Tex-Mex c. Banda d. Conjunto 1 points Question 7 The presence of immigrants from Eastern and Central Europe influenced the genres we studied in this chapter. True False 1 points Question 8 Of the following which is not an instrument used in traditional Conjunto music: a.bajo sexto b.button accordion c.trumpet d.bass 1 points Question 9 Esteban Jordan is: a.an important banda musician. b.a virtuosic accordion player c.a conjunto musician d.both B and C 1 points Question 10 Of the following, who is the earliest Rock Espagnol star? a.Carlos Santana b.Selena c.Richie Valens d.Valerio Longoria 1 points Question 11 Popular Tejano musician who was murdered. a.Bobby Pulido b.Sunny Ozuna c.Selena d.Jennifer Pena 1 points Question 12 Of the following styles, which one is more associated with rural culture: a. Tejano b. Conjunto c. Banda d. Orquesta Tejano 1 points Question 13 Of the following, pick the Mexican-American rock musicians. a.Los Lobos b.Richie Valens c.Carlos Santana d.all of the above 1 points Question 14 Who are two acts whose work in the 1980s Barkley wrote "set the stage for future Tejano stars"? a.Carlos Santana and Richie Valens b.Carlos Santana and Los Lobos c.Esteban Jordan and Linda Ronstadt d.Linda Ronstadt and Los Lobos 1 points Question 15 Tex-Mex is a term that is used "north of the border" to describe a style that is refered to "south of the border as" a.Banda b.Corridos c.Norteno d.all of the above 1 points Question 16 Accordion is frequently used in the music we studied in this chapter because: a.of the influence of central and Eastern European immigrants in Texas b.it is the national instrument of Mexico c.its sound suits these genres better than piano d.all of the above 1 points Question 17 Of the following, who is a contemporary singer/songwriter who has recorded in both Spanish and English a.Pepe Mogt b.Tish Hinojosa c.Tony De La Rosa d.Valerio Longoria 1 points Question 18 The Mexicanz perform: a. Rock Español b.Rap c. Banda d. Conjunto 1 points Question 19 The fusion of traditional Mexican music and Techno has been refered to as: a.Mexitechno b.Nortech c.Techico d.Tech Espangol 1 points Question 20 Of the following, which Los Angeles based Mexican-American group fuses salsa, hip-hop and jazz-funk: a. Kumbia Kings b. Ozomatli c.The Latin Playboys d. Los Lobos 1 points Question 21 The term "Asian-American" originated in what decade? a.1950's b.1960's c.1970's d.1980's 1 points Question 22 Of the following, which best describes the scale often used in traditional Chinese music? a.minor b.major c.pentatonic d.dorian 1 points Question 23 Of the following what is a type of Chinese musical performance? a.symphony b.string quartet c.opera d.all of the above 1 points Question 24 The notes of the scale in Chinese music are associated with: a.the elements b.directions c.colors d.all of the above 1 points Question 25 Kulingtang originates in: a.China b.Japan c.The Philippines d.all of the above 1 points Question 26 Kulingtang primarily features: a.string instruments and drums b.wind and brass instruments c.percussion d.vocals 1 points Question 27 In Indian classical music, "raga" refers to: a.a recurring rhythmic pattern b.a device to clean musical instruments c.a string instrument d.a melodic group on which improvisation is based 1 points Question 28 Of the following, which is not an instrument used in Indian music: a.sitar b.tabla c.zheng d.harmonium 1 points Question 29 Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is from: a.India b.Japan c.Pakistan d.India 1 points Question 30 Of the following, which instrument is a type of drum used in Japanese music? a.Koto b.Noh c.Taiko d.Tempura 1 points Question 31 Barkley says jazz is extremely popular in which of the following countries? a.China b.Pakistan c.The Philippines d.Japan 1 points Question 32 The Indian-American jazz musician Rudresh Mahanthappa plays a.piano b.guitar c.saxophone d.all of the above 1 points Question 33 Toshiko Akiyoshi is: a.a pianist and singer b.a pianist and composer c.a trumpet player d.a guitarist 1 points Question 34 Of the following, which one is a group that fuses Japanese music and jazz: a.Kyoto b.Nara c.Nagasaki d.Hiroshima 1 points Question 35 Of the following, who does Barkley describe as a fusion of hip-hop and acid jazz? a.Chen Yi b.Chinary Ung c.Cibo Matto d.all of the above 1 points Question 36 Yo-Yo Ma is: a.a violinist b.a flutist c.a cellist d.all of the above 1 points Question 37 Of the following, what is a reason that Barkley cited for there not being an Asian-American music: a.the vast differences between Asian and American music b.the varied traditions within Asian music c.the homogeneity of Asian music d.all of the above 1 points Question 38 Of the following, who is not an Asian-American that composes classical music? a.Chen Yi b.Chinary Ung c.Ken Ueno d.Sun-Yet Sen 1 points Question 39 The album "A Grain of Sand" featured: a.a fusion of Asian music and jazz b.rock music with lyrics about the Asian-American experience c.music inspired by the urban folk revival with lyrics about the Asian-American experience d.Japanese pop 1 points Question 40 The Asian American Jazz Orchestra has musicians that play jazz and Asian instruments: True False
The term conservation concept refers to the idea that: all nature is of vital importance and thus worth preserving. perceptions of the world differ depending on point of view. a particular object can be used to stand for another object. merely changing the appearance of objects does not change their key properties.
What are your impressions of Benny Goodman's first racially integrated band. How might you have handled the situation if you were the band leader?
Check the careers of Bach and Handel in your text and online. Consider Bach and Handel and how they worked within this system. Their compositions were a result of their particular employers at a given time. What are some of the demands of being employed within the patronage system? What are some advantages and disadvantages? Which of these composers do you think dealt better with the system?
Chapter No. 4 Written Assignment In your own words please describe the growing division between teenagers and older generations in the 1950s. What was it about rock 'n' roll that made it an incubator for alienation and rebelliousness? Please Note: For every written assignment (750 word max) make sure you include in text citations and a reference page at the end in MLA format.
discuss how disco music went in the face of the hippie aesthetic that permeated rock and roll and the dance music of the 70s. what are some examples
Do you see similarities between the Renaissance Madrigals and modern love songs? they were both very popular. What are some of the elements that made Madrigals popular among people during the time?
Please follow the instruction attached. This is a Gordon Rule assignment. I need it by tomorrow morning.
William Grant Still, George Gershwin, and Aaron Copland represent American nationalism and Silvestre Revueltas represents Mexican nationalism. What is it about the music of these composers that audibly connects them to their homeland? How do they musically convey important traits of their native countries? How does this compare to the nationalism that you read about in Chapter 38 (Grieg and Orchestral Nationalism)?