Listening Log Assignments 2022-2023

Dear Students,

Here we are starting a new Blog which is dedicated to our Listening Log. From now on, you are welcome to post your weekly Listening Listening LogLogs here in a form of your comment to this blog post.  Each completed Listening Log will earn you a Sticker.

You will need to make your posts fit the following format:

Listening Log No…by…(your name)

First piece:

  1. Composer
  2. Title of the piece
  3. Performer(s)
  4. Insert a YouTube link or a link from another site if you listened/watched on computer. Skip this step if you listened to radio in a car
  5. Your comments!

Second piece:

  1. Composer
  2. Title
  3. Performer(s)
  4. Insert a YouTube link or a link from another site if you listened/watched on computer. Skip this step if you listened to radio in a car
  5. Your comments!

3 thoughts on “Listening Log Assignments 2022-2023”

  1. Listening Log No 1 by Joel
    First piece: RACHMANINOV Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, movement 1

    Rachmaninoff
    piano concerto no 3
    yunchan lim
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPJL488cfRw&ab_channel=TheCliburn
    Your comments!

    the beginning is beautifully blended together, synchronization between the piano and the orchestra. while the two are very different, I think this equilibrium can only be achieved by a great pianist and orchestra. I enjoyed this piece a lot
    Second piece:

    3rd movement
    Yun chan lim

    The Beginning of the 3rd movement is really fast, and yet lunch an lim handles it really well and plays it extremely accurately. I enjoy the melody the orchestra creates. at 36:30, there is a very beautiful solo, that really stands out. The ending of this piece is really nice and I like it.

  2. Composer: Rachmaninoff
    Title: Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, 1st mvt
    Performer(s) name: Yunchan Lim
    URL: youtube.com/watch?v=DPJL488cfRw
    Comments: It is really exciting and dramatic. It sounds like it would take a lot of energy. I like it and I would like to play this one day.

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