listen to the music and answer the questions

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Assignment (please submit in 12 point font, double spaced, 1-2 pages)

In paragraph form, describe the differences between the melody vs harmony in music. Use at least 2 pieces on the listening list as examples (you may choose to compare/contrast, or use other methods).

Lastly, describe the following musical fundamental heard in the trumpet in the excerpt labeled “melody vs harmony example, Stephen Burns”

Timbre of the trumpet

Speed of the beat

Range utilized in the trumpet (always high? Always low? Variety?)

How often is the trumpet playing vs resting?

What other instruments are playing?

Module 2: readings from text

Readings from Part I of textbook

Chapter 4: Music Notation

Chapter 5: Melody

Chapter 6: Harmony

Chapter 7: Key

Readings from Part II of textbook

Chapter 1: Music in the Middle Ages

Chapter 2: Gregorian Chant

listening list

Allelujah: Vidimus Stellam, anonymous

alleluia: vidimus stellam – middle ages (Links to an external site.)alleluia: vidimus stellam - middle ages

O successores, Hildegard of Bingen

Hildegard Von Bingen: O, successores (Links to an external site.)Hildegard Von Bingen: O, successores

Over the Rainbow, Arlen

Judy Garland Somewhere Over The Rainbow 1939 (Links to an external site.)Judy Garland   Somewhere Over The Rainbow 1939

Disjunct melody example: “Sonatine”, Henze (Hakan Hardenburger, trumpet)

Hans Werner Henze: Sonatina (Hakan Hardenberger, trumpet) I (Links to an external site.)Hans Werner Henze: Sonatina (Hakan Hardenberger, trumpet) I

melody vs harmony example, Telemann, (Stephen Burns, trumpet)

Trumpet Concerto in D Major, TWV 51:D7: I. Adagio (Links to an external site.)Trumpet Concerto in D Major, TWV 51:D7: I. Adagio

melody vs harmony in minor, Mozart, Symphony No. 40 in G minor, 1st movement

Mozart Symphony #40 in G Minor, K 550 – 1. Molto Allegro (Links to an external site.)Mozart Symphony #40 in G Minor, K 550 - 1. Molto Allegro

Dissonance 20th century example: “Rite of Spring”, Stravinsky

  • Listen to the first minute of the recording

Igor Stravinsky – The Rite Of Spring Dance Of The Adolescents (Links to an external site.)Igor Stravinsky - The Rite Of Spring Dance Of The Adolescents

For discussions and postings, the participation will be evaluated based on the following criteria:Ability to synthesize the main concepts from the instructor, course content, external resources and/or class communityUse of proper grammar.Ideas are organized and elevate the overall dialogue.Opinions are substantiated.Demonstration of critical thinking.Evidence of preparation.EtiquetteDivergent opinions. Academic debate and differences are embraced in higher education and in this course. Be mindful and respectful of how you articulate a difference or divergent opinion.“I agree” statements. Unsubstantiated “I agree” posts will not count toward a participation grade without articulated rationale to support opinion.Off-topic postings. Discussions occasionally veer off-topic. These posts will not count and students are asked to stay on topic.Long responses. Evaluations will be influenced by an ability to demonstrate an understanding of the topic or question(s) and on one’s ability to be concise.

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