What to Listen for in Music Topics for Discussion

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Copland attended the American Conservatory in Fontainebleau in France. How might Copland's opinions and skills have changed if the author had remained in America?

What opinions about contemporary might the author have had if he had been born 100 years earlier? 100 years later?

How do you think Copland would have reacted to the current trends in hip hop?

Why did the author think that a person couldn't fully understand or appreciate music if that person couldn't follow the "story" of the melody rather than the separate pieces of the composition?

Pretend that there only exists only one type of rhythm. How might music have been changed?

Do you think that in the future there will be more than four elements of music? Explain.

Explain how your favorite film would be different if there was a different music score. What if there was no music score...

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