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Concertgoing - A Handbook For Students



    | To the Student | Attending a Concert | Which Concert to Attend? | At the Concert | After the Concert | Writing a Concert Report | Transforming Your Notes into a Report | What to Write: The Content of a Report | How to Write about Music: Vocabulary, Usages, and Conventions | A Sample Report | Acknowledgements |

Writing a Concert Report

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Instructors in introductory music courses often require students to write one or more concert reports during a semester. Here are some guidelines for the preparation of such an assignment: first, a few suggestions on working with your own notes; second, points to consider for the content of your report; third, some information about usages or conventions in writing about music; and finally, an example of a concert report.



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