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A Database Guide for Young Adults
created by Mandy Goldfuss
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Scenario: You are rehearsing Dvorak’s String Quartet No. 9 in D minor to perform with three classmates at the State Solo and Ensemble Competition. One of the requirements is that you provide background information about your piece.
Scenario: Your little brother, who is in the fifth grade, has decided to play the trumpet in the school band. He has brought home his rented trumpet for the first time and is anxious to learn how it works. Unfortunately, band practice does not begin for another week and he wants to know something about his instrument now!
(Oh, and he absolutely will not stop bugging you until you have agreed to help him.)
Your poster must include the following information:
Your poster must also include an argument for why you think the composer should be included in the Composer Hall of Fame. Some questions to consider might be:
Finally, your poster must include some element of creativity. Rather than simply stating the required information, find an interesting way to display it. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Your Composer Poster will be graded based on the following checklist:
Total Possible Points: 50