No 1Stravinsky Debussy Discussion

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Published on November 23, 2007

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North Carolina Symphony Education Program August 14, 2007 Teacher Workshop :  North Carolina Symphony Education Program August 14, 2007 Teacher Workshop Education Concert Dates and Programs: Online at www.ncsymphony.org Questionnaires Symphony Store downstairs Open Announcements after Question and Answer period, 2:30 pm. Contact me at kwyatt@ncsymphony.org HOLD ON TO YOUR RAFFLE TICKETS! David Hartman, host William H. Curry, Resident Conductor Joan Landry, Assistant Conductor Victor Benedict, Assistant Principal Bassoon Paul Goldsberry, Violin Jacqueline Saed Wolborsky, Assistant Principal Violin II :  David Hartman, host William H. Curry, Resident Conductor Joan Landry, Assistant Conductor Victor Benedict, Assistant Principal Bassoon Paul Goldsberry, Violin Jacqueline Saed Wolborsky, Assistant Principal Violin II Panel Interview/ Discussion: Igor Stravinsky:  Texture in the Rite of Spring and The Firebird Igor Stravinsky Stravinsky: A Last Minute Genius:  Stravinsky: A Last Minute Genius Prolific from the Start:  Prolific from the Start Rite of Spring: A Musical Scandal:  Rite of Spring: A Musical Scandal Forever Changed:  Forever Changed The Story:  The Story Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring:  Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring From the Start: The Scandalous “Spring”:  From the Start: The Scandalous “Spring” Texture in The Dance of the Young Maidens:  Texture in The Dance of the Young Maidens Dance of the Young Maidens:  Dance of the Young Maidens Texture in Music :  Texture in Music Listening Activity for Texture:  Listening Activity for Texture Performance Activity:  Performance Activity Probing Questions:  Probing Questions The Firebird Suite:  The Firebird Suite Stravinsky Becomes Famous! The Firebird Suite: Infernal Dance:  The Firebird Suite: Infernal Dance Firebird:  Firebird Telling the story:  Telling the story Slide21:  Captured by Kashchei's monstrous servants. Firebird tells him about the ogre's secret of immortality: that his soul, in the form of an egg in a coffin, must remain unbroken. Ivan breaks open the coffin and smashes the egg forthwith, whereupon the monster dies and the evil spell which has been cast over his kingdom dissolves and all captives are set free. As expected, the prince's flame, Tsarevna, and he are married. Infernal Dance and Finale:  Infernal Dance and Finale The Conclusion:  The Conclusion King Katschei Activity:  King Katschei Activity King Katschei Texture Groups:  King Katschei Texture Groups “Classical music”---BORING?:  “Classical music”---BORING? Claude Achilles Debussy:  Claude Achilles Debussy Nocturnes - Nuages Biography:  Biography Claude Achilles Debussy b. Saint- Germain-en-Laye August 22, 1862 d. Paris March 25, 1918 Slide29:  Sent to live with his Aunt, Madame Roustan. It was she who would take him to concerts, plays and art exhibitions. He often clashed with his professors and was considered a difficult student. 1810 - Hired into the service of Madame Nadezhda von Meck, the former patroness of Tchaikovsky. Debussy played with a group of household musicians, taught her daughters piano and even went along on family trips. Slide30:  In 1884 wins the Grand Prix de Rome, after two previous attempts, for his cantata L’Enfant prodigue (The Prodigal Son). In 1894 L’Apres-midi d’un faun (Afternoon of a Fawn), a tone poem based upon Mallarme’s work of the same name, premiered establishing him as one of Europe’s important composers. Pelleas et Mellisande, the orchestral work La Mer (The Sea), and later The Children’s Corner written for his daughter “Chou-Chou”. Debussy died during the 1918 bombardment of Paris. Impressionism:  Impressionism Claude Monet’s Soleil Levant 1873:  Claude Monet’s Soleil Levant 1873 Three Nocturnes:  Three Nocturnes Slide34:  JM Whistler’s Nocturne: Blue and Gold Old Battersea Bridge 1872-1877 JM Whistler’s Nocturne in Black and Gold: “The Falling Rocket”, 1875 :  JM Whistler’s Nocturne in Black and Gold: “The Falling Rocket”, 1875 Nuages: Dream of CLouds:  Nuages: Dream of CLouds Slide37:  The Four Main Textural Forms Monophony – a single line or melody with no accompaniment; Homophony – one principle voice or part with a subordinate accompaniment; Polyphony – combining several different musical lines, each retaining its own distinct identity; Slide38:  4. Heterophony. In “Nuages” Debussy is attempting to create a Heterophonic orchestral texture. Heterophonic texture is rare in Western music, more commonly found in Asian, African and even Native American music. Heterophony is the simultaneous statement of two or more different versions of what is, essentially, the same melody (Harvard Dictionary).. Heterophony Slide39:  Fig 4. Nuages – Bassoons 1 and 2 Slide40:  In Nuages Debussy achieves the fluctuating nature of clouds, simultaneously revealing and obscuring the sky. The composer continuously reveals and hides the repeated melody with his use of harmony and texture; giving the listener not a literal, “photographic” image of clouds, but more of the cloud filled skies of our memories or dreams. Cirrus – Thin and Whispy:  Cirrus – Thin and Whispy Cirrostratus – sheetlike:  Cirrostratus – sheetlike Altocumulous –parallel bands:  Altocumulous –parallel bands Cumulus – White, fluffy:  Cumulus – White, fluffy Cumulonimbus – Reaching high into the sky.:  Cumulonimbus – Reaching high into the sky. Nimbostratus – Low level, dark with precipitation.:  Nimbostratus – Low level, dark with precipitation. Discussion :  Discussion Christie Lynch: Department of Public Instruction “An Overview of Research on Music and Learning” Larry Scripp Feedback from discussions :  Feedback from discussions Planning ahead Transfer- direct and indirect Music MUST be integrated- we need to be better PR people- “team players” Music should be integrated AND taught for its own sake Promoting the importance of music on its own- be our best advocates Strong association between music and core subjects Behavior modification Where’s the controversy? Strong positive relationship between arts and core subjects Positive social impact through study of arts Engage our colleagues as advocates as well Music is immature area in field of research Use of curricular board Fear that as we integrate- we become secondary Immeasurable results? New way of developing assessments ESL

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