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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 National Core Arts Anchor Standards: California StateVisual andPerforming Arts Standards: First Ehnes ponders if there is a most suitable way to listen to music, and if a performer can expect a certain level of engagement from their audience Ehnes describes how music listeners can be "active", meaning they try to figure out the music, while others can be "passive", meaning they let the music speak for itself. He then recognizes that every listener is different and could be both "active" or "passive". He also mentions that the way one listens to musicdepends on what is happening in their life, and could not have to do with the performer. Standards Align to Support Disciplinary Integration and Student Learning:Examples from the Common Core SS and CA State and National Arts Standards The Common Core State Standards,the California Visual and Performing Arts Standards and the National Core Art Standards share the same inquiry-based approach, with a focus on process and product.They are designed to engage studentsin the 4 Cs of the 21st Century Skills: Artistic Perception:processing,analyzing,responding Ehnes finds that when someone is listening to music, something in a specific song might hit to close to home for them, so it causes them to act emotionally un-interested. infographic examples derived after double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Critical-thinking Collaboration Communication & Creativity! How Do People Listen? by James Ehnes Most importantly Ehnes, a performer himself, always wants a performance that is influential for his audience, yet comes to understand that he cannot ultimately decide how someone experiences music.
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