Solo/Ensemble Kids

Solo/Ensemble Research Introduction

As part of your Solo/Ensemble expectation, you will be required to provide an introduction for the judge.  Most of these questions/statements are basic information, however, the final statement is not.  You are to provide a “meaningful” Interesting Aspect for each or your entries.

Solo/Ensemble Introduction

Hello, My Name is:

I attend:

My Accompanist is (if you have one):

I am playing (title of piece):

The Composer is:

An Interesting Aspect of this piece is:

For this activity you are being asked to research some aspects of your piece that provides Interesting Insight.  Some things that students find out about are:

  • Background/history of the composer
  • The style of piece (when was it popular/where did it come from/why was it used?)
  • The musical era during which this piece was composed
  • Musical attributes that you had to practice in order to perfect
  • Other musical items that you feel are interesting

Make this a meaningful statement.  Do Not Go This Route: “ An interesting aspect of this piece are the dynamics”.  Go further with that statement - “An interesting aspect of this piece is how the composer uses the dynamics F, FP and SFZ to portray the conflict of a this warring nation”.

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