Required text information attached- Chapters 20-23.Listen again to Listening Examples 68 – 80. “What

Required text information attached- Chapters 20-23.

Listen again to Listening Examples 68 – 80. “What is ‘American’ about these compositions?” Choose 3 or 4 contrasting music examples from this week’s listening examples to discuss. Include the names composers and full titles of the compositions you are discussing. How has your understanding of the term “American” changed after studying American music for eight weeks?

Listening Examples 68 – 80: “General Putnam’s Camp” (from Three Places in New England) “At the River” “The Banshee” (excerpt) “Hudjan Mas” (“Golden Rain”) Sonata V (from Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano) Fanfare for the Common Man “Hoedown” (from Rodeo) Adagio for Strings Afro-American Symphony, third movement (“Humor”) Elegie Sound Patterns New England Triptych, third movement (“Chester”) “Maggie and Milly and Molly and May” (from Though Love Be a Day)
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