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North Carolina Symphony Education Program August 14, 2007 Teacher Workshop. HOLD ON TO YOUR RAFFLE TICKETS!. Education Concert Dates and Programs: Online at www.ncsymphony.org Questionnaires Symphony Store downstairs Open Announcements after Question and Answer period, 2:30 pm.
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North Carolina Symphony Education Program August 14, 2007 Teacher Workshop HOLD ON TO YOUR RAFFLE TICKETS! Instruction Concert Dates and Programs: Online at www.ncsymphony.org Questionnaires Symphony Store first floor Open Announcements after Question and Answer period, 2:30 pm. Get in touch with me at kwyatt@ncsymphony.org

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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:

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Igor Stravinsky Texture in the Rite of Spring and The Firebird

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Stravinsky: A Last Minute Genius Born in 1882 in Russia to a musical family. Guardians needed him to wind up a legal counselor, yet he needed to form! His motivation, association and ticket out of law? Vladimr Rimsky-Korsakov (child of celebrated internationally Nicolai), with whom he turned out to be benevolent with at University of St. Petersburg. Before long started concentrating on piece. Sergei Diagheliv Ballet Producer Saw a work of Stravinsky's Original writer bowed out! Employed Stravinsky to create Firebird Stravinsky completed it early—a shot of a lifetime!

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Prolific from the Start Stravinsky was a moment achievement! Inside three years of the Firebird head, Rite of Spring made him the most renowned arranger in the whole world. However, it wasn't a simple debut… ..

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Rite of Spring: A Musical Scandal Music was not exactly "spring-like" to the gathering of people on May 29, 1913, at the Théatre des Champs-Elysées in Paris. Stunning choreography, rakish music, and cacophonous harmonies! From the earliest starting point, the music was primitive, beat like, noisy and uncomfortable! Heckles and hollering from the group of onlookers. Entertainers couldn't hear themselves! Diagheliv flashed the houselights to stop an undeniable RIOT!

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Forever Changed The Rite of Spring changed the course of twentieth century music like no other work has done. Issues of national character and universalism, in a general sense new ways to deal with tune and cadence all in an artful dance where the customary plot was supplanted by a more theoretical topic

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The Story Primitive Russian tribe giving up a virgin lady to the entry of spring. Arrangement of scenes delineating a wild agnostic spring custom. The Ballet is separated into two areas:

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Stravinsky's Rite of Spring Part I: Adoration of the Earth Introduction The Augurs of Spring (Dances of the Young Girls ) Ritual of Abduction Spring Rounds (Round Dance) Ritual of the Rival Tribes Procession of the Sage The Sage (Adoration of the Earth) Dance of the Earth Part II: The Sacrifice Introduction Mystic Circles of the Young Girls The Glorification of the Chosen One Evocation of the Ancestors Ritual Action of the Ancestors Sacrificial Dance (the Chosen One;L'Elue )

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From the Start: The Scandalous "Spring"  From the begin - the bassoon starts in such a high enroll, that it bumps the gathering of people and constrains them to focus! Stravinsky was the first to ever compose for bassoon in this register. So primitive in it's sound, this performance has been depicted as "another type of snake charmer" by conductor Marin Alsop!

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Texture in The Dance of the Young Maidens

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Dance of the Young Maidens The celebrants of Spring are situated on slopes. They blow dudki [reed pipes]. Young people take in the specialty of divination from an old lady who knows every one of the privileged insights of Nature. Youthful ladies, costumed and with painted confronts, originate from the stream in single record. They move the Spring Dance.

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Texture in Music Monophony – (one sound) – music comprising of a solitary line or song without a backup. Homophony – (same sound) – Music focused on one voice or part with an optional backup and/or voice. Polyphony – (numerous sounds) – Music utilizing various parts every keeping its own peculiarity. Heterophony – (distinctive sounds) - music that has numerous parts or voices performing diverse variants of the same song.

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Listening Activity for Texture Have understudies listen to the Dance of the Young Maidens from Rite of Spring. Ask them what they envisioned the music to be about and think of a few thoughts on a board. Recount to them the story behind the music and have them listen to the music once more. Ask understudies whether their thoughts were near the scene's depiction. Why or why not? Would understudies depict this music as thick or slender? Basic or occupied? Have understudies talk about why the " thickness" of the music sets the scene for the expressive dance. Disclose to understudies this is called surface in music and it is critical to pass on the possibility of the music to the audience. For differentiation, play Debussy's Nuages , or Prelude to an Afternoon of a Faun. How does the surface of these pieces contrast? How does the author perform that?

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Performance Activity Pass out different percussion instruments to your class, breaking them into gatherings of 3 or 4 understudies. All understudies ought to have cadence sticks alongside another sort of instrument. Give the understudies a cadence to all play together in the meantime with the beat sticks. Portray this as MONOPHONY. At that point, separate the class into two gatherings, as yet playing the sticks. Have one play an ostinato mood, while the other gathering plays the first beat. This is HOMOPHONY . Next, gap understudies into their gatherings of 3 or 4 and request that one gathering continue playing the sticks, while the others utilize their different instruments. Give the first musicality, the ostinato, and also the same number of different rhythms that you may require. This is POLYPHONY. At long last, solicit every one of them to play one from the rhythms together as a gathering, utilizing the diverse instruments. This is HETEROPHONY.

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Probing Questions Have understudies portray why they think music has and on the off chance that it needs all these textural perspectives. Why do a few arrangers fuse a considerable measure of surface into their music and others don't? Will the understudies discover case of various sorts of surface in music that they appreciate listening to? Welcome them to get it and offer it with the class.

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The Firebird Suite Stravinsky Becomes Famous!

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The Firebird Suite: Infernal Dance Based on an old Russian people story. Fascinating and energizing story that will catch the understudy's consideration! The tale of The Firebird Suite depends on a Russian people story and is isolated into five developments :

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Firebird I. Presentation: THE FIREBIRD AND HER DANCE; VARIATION OF THE FIREBIRD II. THE PRINCESSES' ROUND: KHOROVODE III. Diabolical DANCE OF KING KATSCHEÏ IV. BERCEUSE V. FINALE

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Telling the story The youthful sovereign Ivan ends up in the loathsome kingdom of the beast, Kaschei. Experiences an excellent Firebird while meandering in Kashchei's charmed garden and takes a plume from it. Experiences 13 ladies, one of whom he falls energetically infatuated with. In the morning, when these detained ladies are constrained by Kashchei's enchantment spell to come back to his manor, Ivan is constrained to tail them.

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Captured by Kashchei's immense hirelings. Firebird informs him regarding the monstrosity's mystery of eternality: that his spirit, as an egg in a box, must stay unbroken. Ivan tears open the casket and crushes the egg forthwith, whereupon the creature passes on and the shrewd spell which has been thrown over his kingdom breaks up and all hostages are without set. Obviously, the sovereign's fire, Tsarevna, and he are hitched.

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Infernal Dance and Finale INFERNAL DANCE OF KING KATSCHEÏ The Prince is all of a sudden went up against by Katscheï's awful hirelings, and eventually, the mystical performer himself. Katscheï tries to transform the Prince into stone, however the saint delivers the Firebird's enchantment quill. The Firebird shows up and compels Katscheï and his supporters into an excited move.

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The Conclusion FINALE Katscheï and his entourage are obliterated. The majority of the detainees are without set, including the Thirteenth Princess, whom the Prince marries. Over string tremolos, a performance horn plays a variety of the topic that was initially displayed by the flutes in the Princesses' Round. Different individuals from the symphony consolidate the tune, as the Finale works to a bombastic peak.

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King Katschei Activity Have understudies listen to the "Diabolical Dance" giving careful consideration to surface. Listen once more, recounting the story. Add show to the story as much as you can by darkening lights, and so forth. How is the story exhibited through the music? For more youthful understudies: Create veils speaking to the King's beasts in his troupe and the magicians (lesson plan and rundown of materials incorporated into Teacher Book)

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King Katschei Texture Groups For more established understudies: Discuss the 4 principle sorts of musical surface. Partition understudies into gatherings speaking to the 4. Listen once more, having little gatherings make sense of when their "surface" happens. Listen at the end of the day, have them stand when they feel as though their sort of surface is being represented.

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"Established music"- - BORING? Whenever you hear an understudy say: "This music puts me to rest"- - play for them Stravinsky's Rite of Spring or Firebird Suite . Check whether they trust they can nod off while listening to that!!!

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Claude Achilles Debussy Nocturnes - Nuages

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Biography Claude Achilles Debussy b. Holy person Germain-en-Laye August 22, 1862 d. Paris March 25, 1918

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Sent to live with his Aunt, Madame Roustan. It was she who might take him to shows, plays and craftsmanship presentations. He regularly conflicted with his educators and was viewed as a troublesome understudy. 1810 - Hired into the administration of Madame Nadezhda von Meck, the previous patroness of Tchaikovsky. Debussy played with a gathering of family unit performers, showed her d