Concert report

You will be surprised at the variety of concerts: orchestral music, choral music, and chamber music from several historical periods. The format for writing a concert report is quite specific. Reports should not be longer than the equivalent of two pages if printed out.
1 List the name of the group, the conductor, and the title and composer for each piece performed.
2 List each INSTRUMENT used in the concert.
3 List each piece performed by HISTORICAL PERIOD. You will find this information somewhere in the program, usually by checking each composer’s dates. (Middle Ages: 450-1450, Renaissance: 1450-1600, Baroque: 1600-1750, Classical: 1750-1820, Romantic: 1820-1900, 20thCentury: 1900-1999, 21stCentury: 2000-today.)
4 Pick one composition on the program. IN YOUR OWN WORDS, DISCUSS
THE MUSIC YOU ARE HEARING. THINK ABOUT THE MUSICAL
TERMS AND CONCEPTS YOU HAVE LEARNED IN CLASS THIS
SEMESTER AND APPLY AS MANY OF THEM AS ARE APPROPRIATE.
(Think in terms of specifics. What type of composition is it? Is it program music or absolute music, or an example of musical nationalism? What about tempo, dynamic variety, instruments used, melodic complexity, consonance or dissonance level, etc.?)
THINGS TO REMEMBER WHEN WRITING ANY REPORT
There are certain things that always apply: clarity of thought, proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
5 Don’t forget to use spell-check before you turn it in.
6 Your reports must reflect YOUR thoughts. You may quote published information as long as you cite your sources. Plagiarism is a serious offense in academic circles. Don’t do it.
7 Avoid the temptation to copy someone else’s report. If two reports appear to be suspiciously similar, I will penalize BOTH the person lending the original report and the person copying from it.
I HAVE CHOSEN THE CONCERT. Below is the link. So please base the paper off of the concert i have provided
https://youtu.be/4Vlhuy0cn4k