Listening three movements: Beethoven – String Trio in D major, Op. 9 No.2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mavwF7gBdmQ Beethoven- Serenade in D major for String Trio, Op. 8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zT0-mbw41_o Beethoven- Septet in E- flat major, Op. 20 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmex-7V0IRI 1. Orienting program information and introduction of your focus on two movements. Which types/genres of music were performed (symphony, opera, solo, chamber, etc). What pieces did you hear, who were the composers, and what were historical eras of these pieces? Introduce two movements you will explore in detail. 2. The main body of your report focuses on accurately and interestingly applying the knowledge gained in this class to the specific music you heard at the concert. Use YOUR ears and listen for the basic elements discussed in class. Try to highlight what really “stuck out” to you about the musical selections highlighted in this section. Narrow your focus to two movements or short pieces from your concert and do one of the following: a. Choose two movements or short pieces from the program and contrast/compare these works with references to specific musical elements. b.Choose two movements of short pieces and give an overview of their characters- what types of moods or feelings they evoked with references to specific musical elements. c.Choose the music composition you liked best and describe why using specific musical elements. Choose the music composition you liked least and describe why using musical elements. You must cite one academic source. Oxford Music Online is preferred. The source should be academic; Wikipedia is not allowed.