Making a Square Wave from Sine Waves – You are going to construct an approximation of a square wave by adding together six pure tones (sine waves), each with a particular frequency and amplitude. Using Audacity, you will set up six different sine waves with specific frequencies and amplitudes that you will eventually combine to… Continue reading Making a square wave from sine waves – you are going to construct an approximation of
**please chech the UPLOAD FILES** Section 5 Experiment Guide – The Waveform in Raven This week we will study only the waveform as an introduction to the analysis program, RAVEN. The waveform is a plot of the pressure variations that occur over time regarding the sound that is being looked at. Note that the pressure… Continue reading Section 5 experiment guide – the waveform in raven
Read chapter 4 remember youAre muisc educator Please reflect upon the readings and their impact on you as a scholar, practitioner, and community member. This should be viewed as distinctly different from the chapter summaries. Among other functions, this is a place for students to consider how they may be; empowered by new understandings they… Continue reading Remember youare muisc educator
You must attend a symphony orchestra concert, opera, or musical in order to complete it. As long as it is a symphony orchestra concert, opera, or a musical, any event is OK. If you go to a musical, try to find a “professional” rather than a “community” production. In any case, you must find a… Continue reading Did you enjoy the concert?
1.Section/Paragraph One: Note the virtual concert you chose to view for this assignment. Be sure to include the following: · Performer’s or ensemble’s name, date, and location · Performance Medium (such as piano recital, orchestral concert, opera, symphony concert, etc.) 2.Section/Paragraph Two: Make a table with three columns listing all pieces in the order they… Continue reading Classical (1750-1820)
Hi all – as promised here are the details on your first critical review that will be due a week from today (10/6), submitted as a hardcopy in class. This is the first of three, and just as a reminder you can do the three reviews in any order (playlist/live concert/open selection) but be sure… Continue reading ○ times new roman or arial font, size 12 and 1 inch margins.
For each video answer the question 1. Melodic shape (conjunct, disjunct etc); 2. Texture (polyphonic, homophonic, mixed, etc.); 3. Rhythm (steady, unmeasured, agitated, gentle, etc.); 4, Tempo (speed of the music-allegro, largo, etc.) 5. Instrumentation (what instruments or how many voice parts, etc.); 6. Range (extreme highs and lows, narrow, moderate, etc.) 1. Melodic shape… Continue reading Instrumentation (what instruments or how many voice parts, etc.);
Concert Report Reminder Later on in the semester, you will need to submit a concert report, which accounts 12% of your grade. You need to attend a live musical performance and write a two page typed report on what you observed. The live performance needs to be a concert you normally would not attend. Most… Continue reading Otherwise you will get a zero for your concert report.
Below are links to video to help Since medieval cathedrals were so massive in size, why do you think gregorian chant composers and early polyphonic composers such as Perotin did not write liturgical music that required much larger resources (such as instruments accompanying the voice parts) that would have increased the amplitude within such grand… Continue reading Below are links to video to help
Please answer the questions. Make sure to number each answer correctly and use the name of themusical piece and artist in each answer where applicable. I will be deducted points if it is not mentioned. Each answer can be a few sentences it doesnt have to be too long.