In this writing assignment, you are asked to reflect on your own experiences from a musical perspective. Though there is no one correct way to complete this exercise, you might want to focus on these main areas:
• Early experiences with music in your family and community
• Experiences with music in your adolescence
• Experiences with music today, or since coming to college
• (Also include brief introductory and concluding paragraphs)
“Experiences with music” can be defined very broadly. For some, this might include performances with a school choir or garage band. For others, the types of music you listened to on road trips with your family. Still others might comment on songs or style of music that had great meaning for them. The idea is that you think about who you are from a musical perspective, how this was formed, and how it may have changed over the years. How does music relate to other aspects of your life? How does music define your personality, or your community? This should not simply be about what music you like, but about why you like it, and why that is important. As with all written work, it is expected that you will take care in writing and editing your papers. They should be as free as possible from errors of grammar and syntax, and should reflect a level of thought and argument that is appropriate to a college course. Please refer to the files on format/documentation and effective writing that are in the syllabus folder.
Use Times New Roman font, at 12 point size, no other color but black (this happens to be what you are reading right now). Use standard 1 inch margins on all sides (again, as in this document).
When referring to published sources and musical works, either in the main text or in a citation, use the following convention:
▪ Generic titles (i.e., Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5) do not use special formatting. This is also true for tempo markings when used to designate movements within a larger work, or other generic titles (sections of a Mass, for example). ▪ Titles of major or large-scale works should be in italics. This would include books, films, albums, and large-scale compositions (either as a stand-alone title, or as a subtitle of a symphony or other large scale work).
▪ Titles of smaller scale works should be in “quotation marks.” This includes articles in periodicals (journals, newspapers, etc.), individual songs, named movements within larger compositions (selections from an opera, individual works in a cycle, etc.), an episode of a film series, etc. ▪ Names of musical styles or genres should not receive special formatting, and should not be capitalized (unless the term uses a proper noun, such as “New Orleans jazz”).
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