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MUST HAVE A DISNEY+ MEMBERSHIP TO WATCH THE MUSICAL! All details about report are in this description, READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS!
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WHAT TO WRITE: THE CONTENT OF A REPORT
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The Concert as a Whole. You should begin your report with a brief description of the concert attended, including the name and type of the performing group or soloists, the place, and the date and time. Following this introduction, the paper might focus on the pieces performed on the program. Do not quote the printed program notes, if they are provided at the event; you should write your own observations on the performance. The format of your description may be varied according to the genres of music, but it should include: title(s) of each piece, name(s) of composer and/or musician, perhaps basic or brief information about the composer and/or piece; in other words, a general overview of what was performed on the program. Then, you will want to describe your general reaction to the concert, mentioning what made attending the concert worthwhile. Did you enjoy it? Was this a new experience for you? Be honest about whether you individually enjoyed the concert, and how, in your opinion, the audience as a whole responded. Did this event make you feel like going to other concerts in the near future? Your conclusion should summarize your overall impression of the concert. Do not include any new information (for example, upcoming concerts) in the conclusion.
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SPECIFIC PARAMETERS FOR YOUR CONCERT REPORT
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In addition to the points given in this informational document about the concert report, please also observe and facilitate the following:
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1. Your concert report should represent original critical thinking. You will draw,of course, on information presented in the online course material, the assigned chapter readings, and the listening examples, but you must rely primarily on your own ideas rather than on any external or secondary source material; even so, additional source material is required. Again, the basic content of your report should mainly reflect your own reactions and ideas, synthesized against and within your research.
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2. Your report should demonstrate good writing skills appropriate to college level work. Proofread for spelling, grammar, organization, and so on.
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3. Your report should be double-spaced and in a normal, non-italic, non-bold, 12-point font Times New Roman
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