February 2 - Details, Details
After the 21st-Century Music update, off to DVC for Quiz 2 with the Theoreticians, the musical examples being Sol Bloom's Snake Charmer, scales from Japan, Indian ragas, the Greecian First Delphic Hymn and a related orison To The Sun, and the Gregorian Kyrie IV. Immediately following, sub for Bret in his Introduction to Music Literature (he's using a updated, shortened Joseph Machlis, whose new editor has succeeded in diminuting by subtracting strong repertory selections and adding weaker ones), simply reviewing and introducing the concepts of his lesson plan (texture, dynamics, form), with pieces from the Music History first week repertoire, i.e.
Richard Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra: Intro
Gustav Holst - The Planets: I. Mars
Alan Hovhaness - Symphony No. 50 ("Mt. St. Helens"): III
Edgar Varese - Poeme Electronique
Senegal - Greetings from Podor
California (Yurok) - Woman's Brush Dance
Take a visit to Jason up at the Division office thereafter for paperwork, then dining-on-the-run and home (Harriet out on a job), to begin the final Street Songs movement (XIV. You Ain't Seen) pdf, plus compose 6 -- system and page, respectively -- of Psalm 86 and The Decameron.