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Grove Music Online A Database Guide for Young Adults created by Mandy Goldfuss June 2006 What is Grove Music Online?

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grove music online

Grove Music Online

A Database Guide for Young Adults

created by Mandy Goldfuss

June 2006

what is grove music online
What is Grove Music Online?
  • A database containing full-text articles from The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz and The New Grove Dictionary of Opera.
  • Grove Music Online. Oxford University Press, 2005. www.grovemusic.com
why use grove music online
Why use Grove Music Online?
  • Intended for use by musicians, music students, and anyone researching music-related topics.
  • Contains articles on composers, instruments, musical compositions, genres, and terms.
  • Can be searched in four different ways.
  • Includes illustrations, audio clips, and web links related to article content.
results list
Results List

Number of Results

Individual Article

Article from The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz

article
Article

Table of Contents

Article Content

article features
Article Features

Link to Top of Article

Musical Example

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Article Features

Links to other Articles

article features11
Article Features

Illustrations

supplemental materials
Supplemental Materials

Illustrations

Sounds

Related Articles

Links

Article Search

sample search application idea 1
Sample Search/Application Idea #1

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.

sample search application idea 2
Sample Search/Application Idea #2

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.)

additional ideas
Additional Ideas
  • Use images from Grove Music Online to enhance reports and projects.
  • Incorporate sound clips from Grove Music Online into multimedia presentations.
  • Research composers and musical pieces before attending a performance.
application activity composer hall of fame
Application Activity: Composer Hall of Fame
  • Your assignment for this activity is to get to know a prominent composer and share what you have learned about him with the class through an informative and creative poster.
  • These posters will be displayed in the music room as the Composer Hall of Fame, available for friends and family to view during the Fine Arts Festival.
composer poster requirements
Composer Poster Requirements

Your poster must include the following information:

  • Date of birth, date of death, and nationality of the composer
  • Musical period in which the composer worked (Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Twentieth Century, etc.)
  • At least three interesting facts about the composer’s life (for example: Beethoven continued to compose even after losing his ability to hear)
  • List of at least five musical works written by the composer
  • Image of the composer
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Composer Poster Requirements

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:

  • What impact did this composer have on the world of music? Did he change the way music was written, or the way it was viewed by the public?
  • What made this composer unique? How was he different from other composers of his time?
  • Why does this composer have a lasting place in history? What is it about his music that makes it popular even today?
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Composer Poster Requirements

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:

  • Create a timeline of the composer’s life, including significant life events and dates of important compositions.
  • Write a fictional interview (based on fact) between you and the composer, having the composer answer questions about his life and music.
  • Design a newspaper article or program from a musical performance that might have appeared during the composer’s life, which highlights important aspects of his life and music.
composer poster checklist
Composer Poster Checklist

Your Composer Poster will be graded based on the following checklist:

  • Appropriate use & citation of at least three sources – 5 points.
  • Correct spelling, grammar and punctuation – 3 points.
  • Date of birth, death, nationality, and musical period– 5 points.
  • Three interesting facts about the composer’s life – 10 points.
  • List of at least 5 works written by the composer – 5 points.
  • Image of the composer – 2 points.
  • Argument for the composer’s inclusion in the Composer Hall of Fame – 10 points.
  • Creative presentation – 10 points.

Total Possible Points: 50