Choose one composition from the repertoire list below and create an annotated bibliography

ASSIGNMENT
Choose one composition from the repertoire list below and create an annotated bibliography (a bibliography that includes brief summaries of the main ideas/arguments in each text) based on the eight research sources listed below. Find a recording of the composition and include a citation of that recording in your bibliography (the recording does not need to include an annotation).
EIGHT RESEARCH SOURCES
Format: provide the citation; list the location of the source; provide an annotation.
1) Two scholarly books from the University of Toronto library system. Include the call number after the citation if using a print publication.
2) Two scholarly articles from the U of T library system. Include the call number after the citation if using a print publication.
3) One book from your local public library. Include the call number after the citation if using a print publication.
4) Two scholarly sources from the internet. Before your annotation, include a reason as to why you feel that the source is scholarly.
5) One encyclopedia entry on your topic (be aware that some sources called ¡®dictionary¡¯ act as an encyclopedia; The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians is an example of this)
Annotations must include a summary of the contents found in the source and a description of the argument on the topic of your chosen composition. At least ONE of the above sources must be a print copy.
YOU SHOULD END UP WITH 8 ANNOTATED CITATIONS IN TOTAL PLUS 1 CITATION OF A RECORDING OF
YOUR CHOSEN COMPOSITION.
Research Assignment Instructions – VPMA93
Due: Friday, July 27, 2018
Value: 15% of course total
This assignment focuses on processes of research and critical thought. The goal of this assignment is to
introduce you to a variety of resources that are available to you when researching a topic and to help
develop your critical-thinking abilities through choosing and responding to sources of information. You
will choose a musical composition that you would like to know more about as a basis for this
assignment.
ASSIGNMENT
Choose one composition from the repertoire list below and create an annotated bibliography (a
bibliography that includes brief summaries of the main ideas/arguments in each text) based on the eight
research sources listed below. Find a recording of the composition and include a citation of that
recording in your bibliography (the recording does not need to include an annotation).
EIGHT RESEARCH SOURCES
Format: provide the citation; list the location of the source; provide an annotation.
1) Two scholarly books from the University of Toronto library system. Include the call number after the
citation if using a print publication.
2) Two scholarly articles from the U of T library system. Include the call number after the citation if using
a print publication.
3) One book from your local public library. Include the call number after the citation if using a print
publication.
4) Two scholarly sources from the internet. Before your annotation, include a reason as to why you feel
that the source is scholarly.
5) One encyclopedia entry on your topic (be aware that some sources called ‘dictionary’ act as an
encyclopedia; The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians is an example of this)
Annotations must include a summary of the contents found in the source and a description of the
argument on the topic of your chosen composition. At least ONE of the above sources must be a print
copy.
YOU SHOULD END UP WITH 8 ANNOTATED CITATIONS IN TOTAL PLUS 1 CITATION OF A RECORDING OF
YOUR CHOSEN COMPOSITION.
WHAT IS AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY?
A useful tool in conducting academic research is creating an annotated bibliography. An annotated
bibliography is helpful during the research process because it includes all of your sources in one location
and provides you with quick access to the information contained in each source.
In preparation for this assignment, please go through the following steps and read the materials on the
provided websites:
Step 1) Consult the U of T “Writing an Annotated Bibliography” webpage:

Writing an Annotated Bibliography


Step 2) Choose a format for your bibliography from the UTSC “Using and Citing Sources” webpage:
http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/twc/using-and-citing-sources
Step 3) Review these readings on discerning the quality of secondary sources:
Peer reviewed vs. scholarly sources: http://guides.erau.edu/journals
Understanding Peer-Review: http://guides.library.utoronto.ca/peer-review
University Affairs article on predatory journals:
http://www.universityaffairs.ca/features/feature-article/beware-academics-getting-reeledscam-journals/
Below are some websites that will assist you with your research:
University of Toronto Libraries Index: https://resource.library.utoronto.ca/a-z/subjects.html
Oxford Music Online:
http://www.oxfordmusiconline.com.myaccess.library.utoronto.ca/subscriber/book/omo_gmo
Toronto Public Library: http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/
Citing Music Sources: https://www.lib.uwo.ca/music/citemus.html
Ulrichsweb: http://ulrichsweb.serialssolutions.com.myaccess.library.utoronto.ca/
FORMAT OF THE ASSIGNMENT
Place your name and student number at the top of the page, then follow the format below:
Composition: list the composition that you have chosen from the list below
Citation style: list the style that you have chosen, such as Chicago or MLA
Recording
Provide a citation of a recording of your chosen piece – it can be in any format (record, CD, on-line, etc.)
Follow with a listing of citations with annotations:
Two scholarly books from the University of Toronto library system
Citation of your book
Source: list if you found the source on-line or provide a call number and library
Provide your annotation of the book
Repeat this for all other required sources.
SUBMITTING YOUR ASSIGNMENT
You will need to submit your annotated bibliography to 2 different locations:
1. Quercus
Please submit your assignment on Quercus through the link in the Assignment section
Submit your journal entry as a Word file or a PDF file. Please place your name and student number on
the top of the page.
2. Turnitin
You must create a user profile in Turnitin. A guide for registration and creating your profile may be
found here: http://www.turnitin.com/en_us/training/student-training/submitting-a-paper
Class ID: 18272183
Enrollment password: Timbre
REPERTOIRE LIST
Hildegard von Bingen, Ordo virtutum
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Missa Papae Marcelli [Pope Marcellus Mass]
Antonio Vivialdi, The Four Seasons
Johann Sebastian Bach, Brandenburg Concerto No.5
Johann Sebastian Bach, Mass in B Minor
George Frederic Handel, Messiah
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Symphony No. 41 (“Jupiter”)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Le nozze di Figaro [The Marriage of Figaro]
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Requiem
Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony No. 3 (“Eroica”)
Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony No. 5
Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony No. 9
Ludwig van Beethoven, Piano Sonata No. 14, Op. 27, No. 2 (“Moonlight”)
Franz Schubert, Winterreise
Frédéric Chopin, Ballade No. 4
Johannes Brahms, Symphony No. 4
Giacomo Puccini, Madama Butterfly
Antonín Dvořák, Symphony No. 9 (“From the New World”)
Igor Stravinsky, Le sacre du printemps (The Rite of Spring)
Gustav Holst, The Planets
Leonard Bernstein, West Side Story
John Williams, Star Wars
Scott Joplin, “Maple Leaf Rag”
Billie Holiday, “God Bless the Child”
Ella Fitzgerald, “A-Tisket, A-Tasket”
Louis Armstrong, “West End Blues”
Dizzy Gillespie, “A Night in Tunisia”
Duke Ellington, “It Don’t Mean a Thing (if it Ain’t Got that Swing)”
Miles Davis, “All Blues”
Chuck Berry, “Johnny B. Goode”
Elvis Presley, “Heartbreak Hotel”
The Beach Boys, “Surfin’ U.S.A.”
Bob Dylan, “Like a Rolling Stone”
The Beatles, “Hey Jude”
The Rolling Stones, “Satisfaction”
Bob Marley, “One Love”
Marvin Gaye, “What’s Going On”
Stevie Wonder, “Superstition”
Bruce Springsteen, “Born to Run”
U2, “Sunday Bloody Sunday”
Madonna, “Like a Virgin”
Michael Jackson, “Billie Jean”
Public Enemy, “Fight the Power”
Grading Rubric
Quality of
sources
/3
All sources are
present and are
relevant to the
chosen topic.
Most sources are
present and are
relevant to the
chosen topic.
Some sources are
present and are
relevant to the
chosen topic.
Few sources are
present and are
relevant to the
chosen topic.
Reliability of
Sources
/3
All sources cited
can be considered
scholarly.
Most sources
cited can be
considered
scholarly.
Some sources can
be considered
scholarly.
Few sources cited
can be considered
scholarly.
Style and
mechanics of
annotations
(grammar and
spelling)
/6
All annotations
are thoughtful,
complete, and
well written.
Most annotations
are thoughtful,
complete, and
well written.
Some annotations
are well written
but some are
lacking in
completeness,
thought, and /or
writing quality.
Most annotations
are lacking in
completeness,
thought, and/or
writing quality.
Documentation
/3
Citations are
formatted
correctly.
There are a few
formatting errors
in the citations.
There are some
formatting errors
in the citations.
There are many
and/or frequent
formatting errors
in the citations.

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