The alternative project is to analyze the piece and articulate your way of teaching it.
There are series of questions you have to ask to analyze the piece;
1 What is the title meaning?
2 What is the purpose of this piece?
3 What key is it in?
5 Chords/Harmony for each measure?
7 What is the form of this piece?
8 How many measures?
9 Who is the composer?
10 What is he known for?
11 What about the fingerings to play this piece?
12 Are they comfortable to use?
13 Or do you need to alternate those fingering differently?
14 Is the tempo marking appropriate?
15 How will you teach a student to learn this piece?
16 Is there anything that is unusual?
17 If so, what is it? and How is it different?
18 Would you recommend this piece to a student?
20 How long do you expect a student to learn it to perform publicly?
The questions above are only a few examples to analyze the piece.
You should be able to ask different questions to look at, study, and analyze it.
This project should be in 5 pages, word document, double-spaced, font size 11, times-new roman, normal margin, and a reference page included. You could crop out certain measure of image to explain it better in your analysis.
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