Spring 2020: Baroque Music Part II
BSM Students can now submit their listening reflections online via the form below. Simply click on the selections above to access the YouTube links and enjoy listening. Younger students can submit a few sentences about their impressions, thoughts, and anything they heard that they liked (or disliked!). Older students should submit a more detailed paragraph utilizing their "critical listening" skills in addition to their impressions of the piece. Include information about the composer - what do you know? What makes this piece significant? What is inherently "classical" about this piece? What Classical forms or techniques are used? We hope that this activity is an enriching experience for everyone!
BSM listening list Fall 202o
BSM students are encouraged to listen to the following selections over the Fall Semester. Students can listen while doing regular daily activities, while in the car, etc. Students should choose 1 selection a week to listen to a few times to build some recognition prior to submitting the listening reflection.
Haydn Sonata 52 First Movement
Mozart Lacrimosa from "Requiem"
Mozart Horn Concerto Finale
Haydn Sonata 50-First Movement
Haydn "Surprise" Symphony-Second Movement
Mozart Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
Haydn String Quartet in G Minor Finale
Mozart Sonata in Bb-First Movement
Haydn "Clock" Symphony-Second Movement
Mozart "Queen of the Night" aria
Haydn "The Joke" Quartet-Finale
Mozart Rondo in A minor
Weber Invitation to the Dance
Mozart Piano Concerto in D minor-First Movement