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Final Music Paper

6 paged research paper

APA Fromat

No plagarism

Assignment

1. Choose one song*. Choose and apply FOUR theoretical lenses that you’ve acquired through our course to analyze and discuss the meanings you’ve derived from it in great detail.

Heres a list you can pick ONE song from

Wagon wheel by darius rucker

Chandelier by sia

Cleopatra by the Lumineers

Stubborn love by the lumineers

2. Use theoretical lenses learned in class to guide and frame your analysis. You have to show that you can cite and use theories- and that you understand them.

3. Use and cite specific, credible sources to specifically support how the songs convey meanings that you are specifically claiming them to mean. Examples of credible sources include books, songs, lyrics, textbooks, journals, music press, websites [never Wikipedia]. 

Objective

· Articulate a deeper individual understanding and appreciation of contemporary musics in connection to their musical elements, identity, and broader cultural perspectives.

· Select from, evaluate, and apply a range of critical lenses and resources across disciplines and formats to inform this individual understanding.

· Advancing ideas and arguments effectively and persuasively. Claims are well-constructed: grounded in solid reasoning, indicative of considering multiple sides of an issue, supported with evidence, and communicated effectively through academic writing.

To do this, you will complete and submit an original (created solely by you), 6 page paper that will synthesize your new understandings with an in-depth analysis of the music(s) of your choice*.

Course work to use from professor to help with theories and theatrical lenses and writing paper

Critical thinking and intro to theories

Theory Breakdown and theoretical breakdown

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45c9s3Uo7ts

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hgl-6yyzBF8&t=3s

Culture

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPnZjnvVa3g

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGsejfJaek0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YS3zycF35DY

Music industry and its impact

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9t9wjlrh4s&t=7s

Some examples of theatrical Lenses you can use

Theoretical Lens: The Music Industry/Technology

(Includes Talent/Development/Production/Market/Distribution, Gatekeeping, Audience Development, Impact of Technology)

Theoretical Lens: Power and Legitimacy (Includes Cultural Capital (Bourdieu), Cultural Hegemony (Gramsci), Music as Weapon, Music as Political Force)

Theoretical Lens: Semiotics (Peirce) (Theory of Signs).

The main artist in a music video can seem to be much larger than they really are because they are the focal point of the video.

Theoretical Lens : Habits/Self/Identity (Turino)

Music is one way through which people can express/create social identities. These identities are ways that people distinguish themselves from their families and/or broader society, and also establish common identity with reference groups, like: friends, people of like gender identity, people of the same age group, people with similar tastes/styles.

Theoretical Lens : Musical Elements

Musical elements include, but are not limited to:

Structure/Form (contrast/repetition)

Melody

Harmony + Accompanying Styles

Bass Line

Drum Beat (or Beat)

Timbre

Tone

Instrumentation (woodwinds, brass, percussion, string, synthesized/electronic)

Expressive elements: dynamics, tempo, tension and release, texture, articulation, cohesion, consonance, dissonance.

Thank You!

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