There are one short videos, and answer some simple questions. Do not need to write too much details for each questions, just use simple and easy words as you can.
Q1 African-American composer William Grant Still based each movement of his composition on an artwork by a Harlem Renaissance artist. The last movement is based on a sculpture, Gamin, by August Savage. What do you think or feel when looking at this sculpture?
For more context, here’s a wiki link to artist Augusta Savage:
and here is a wiki link to the Harlem Renaissance:
Q2 If you were a composer, and you wrote a piece of music that tried to capture the spirit of Savage’s sculpture, how would your piece sound? What instruments would you write for to get the kind of feeling you wanted to express?
Q1 What are two major differences between the way these two composers have set these lyrics?
Q 2 Which interpretation do you connect with more, and why?