Listening Journal: Five Songs of Small-scale Societies You will choose five dif

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Listening
Journal: Five Songs of Small-scale Societies
You
will choose five different examples of
songs/pieces of music noted in this module’s readings, then you will find and
analyze an example of each genre you chose, but your entries may not be discussed
or analyzed in the book. For example, Gateway 7, Machaut’s “Gloria,” from Messe
de Notre Dame, is a setting of a polyphonic mass. If you enjoyed this
piece, one acceptable entry for this LJ would be to find another example (not
discussed in the book) of a polyphonic mass from approximately the same
period, then write a short analysis in the format shown above.
Submit
this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday.
(Example included-see attachment)
Instructions
·
Consult the Listening Journal
Example document in the Assignment Resources.
·
You will create ‘playlists’ comprising four
(4) relevant pieces/songs, which you will then analyze using the appropriate
technical terminology learned in the ‘Elements of Music Basic Guide’ document
and the “Introduction” chapter of the textbook.
·
Each
entry must be at least 100 words (i.e., each LJ will be a minimum of 400 words
total). At least sixty (60) words of each entry must be a technical
analysis (SHMRF). If your technical analysis does not meet the 100-word
minimum, you may include a secondary observation regarding historical, cultural,
performative, recording, etc. aspects of the music to satisfy the word count
requirement. This secondary observation must come from a scholarly source
(i.e., not your own opinion or experience) and must be in Turabian format (see
the rubric).
o Other than the first LJ, do not discuss your personal
experiences or feelings about the entry/entries.
o Use technical language to discuss the elements of each
entry as the ‘Elements of Music Basic Guide’ and textbook does in the ‘Gateways.’
o
Your analytical skills will improve
with each assignment, but you must put in effort to earn points. For example,
writing that the melody “varies and sometimes takes on a random nature” will
earn zero points, as it is ambiguous and does not display any growth from the readings
or listenings. Writing that the melody “is repetitive and features yodeling” is
also not very good and would be the bare minimum effort that would earn some
credit because it provides two basic observations.
o
Do not discuss your personal relationship
or history with the song, how (you think) the music makes people feel, or how
it relates to scripture.
o You will lose points if you use filler in an effort to
meet minimum word count. For example,
writing, “this song’s melody is . . .” or “the harmony of Beethoven’s Symphony
No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67, is . . .” will result in a loss of points. I know
you’re discussing the melody because you’ve written “Melody:,” and I already
know the work you’re discussing. Just write your observations and what you’ve
learned or read about the music.
·
All sources should conform to Turabian
style.
o Number of sources: Minimum of one (1) YouTube link per
entry (i.e., minimum of four per LJ), in Turabian format—not just a URL or
hyperlink. Omitting the source in Turabian format will result in an automatic zero
for that entry, regardless of analysis quality. In other words, submitting an
assignment without links will result in a zero (0) for the entire LJ.
·
Acceptable sources: YouTube.com for
song links. Additional sources are not required, but must be reputable if you
choose to include them (see ‘Writing Tips’ document).
·
Submit
each LJ as a Microsoft Word document with the title of the
assignment and your name as it appears on Canvas.
Listening
Journal: Five Songs of Small-scale Societies
You
will choose five different examples of
songs/pieces of music noted in this module’s readings, then you will find and
analyze an example of each genre you chose, but your entries may not be discussed
or analyzed in the book. For example, Gateway 7, Machaut’s “Gloria,” from Messe
de Notre Dame, is a setting of a polyphonic mass. If you enjoyed this
piece, one acceptable entry for this LJ would be to find another example (not
discussed in the book) of a polyphonic mass from approximately the same
period, then write a short analysis in the format shown above.
Submit
this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday.

 

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