There are 3 small  assignments please seperate in document The first assignment

There are 3 small  assignments please seperate in document
The first assignment
Classical Music Today
After having completed the reading assignment for this week, please tell us about the classical composers of today. Who are they? What are they composing? Are they mostly composing for film, or are composers still writing operas, concertos and symphonies? Are they writing music for television and video games, or are game and show creators using classical music from previous eras – Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, or Romantic?
What is the future of classical music? What are the modern-day applications? How will you enjoy it in the future? Will you attend concerts? Will you learn to sing and/or play an instrument? Will you hire composers to write music for your films, shows, videos, games, and projects? 
Please fully respond to this prompt and submit thoughtful and thorough answers. Then, respond to at least 2 of your peers and comment on their answers, Ask and answer questions from one another. Revisit this discussion throughout the week. 
Second assignment 
Please attend a live classical concert OR select one of the concerts below and watch the entire performance.  If the work is an opera or ballet, I have included a synopsis of the story, and for the operas, there are subtitles in English. You should do some additional research on your own about the works, composers, conductors, performers, ensembles, etc. so that you can write about them in your review. When writing about the works performed, please include some historical background and context. After you have written about the history and facts, if is your turn to be a music critic! What was great about the performance? What worked, what didn’t. How could the performance have been better? How does this particular performance of these works compare to other performances of the same works? (This means you will need to do a little research and watch other performances/versions to compare.) Please use the terminology we learn in this course in this assignment.
The Magic Flute – Mozart
Link to Synopsis of Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte” The Magic Flute: to an external site.Open this document with ReadSpeaker docReaderLinks to an external site.
Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet”
Roberto Bolle and Misty Copeland – Romeo and JulietLinks to an external site.
Link to the synopsis of Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet” to an external site.
Beethoven – Symphony No. 9 to an external site.
Tchaikovski – Piano Concerto No. 1
Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 23 – Anna Fedorova – Live Concert HDLinks to an external site.
Art Song Analysis
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Now that you know more about the Romantic period in music, let’s enjoy and analyze some of the best examples of songs from the Era!
Please listen to each of the 3 songs below a few times each and follow the translations as you listen. Then,  provide a written analysis of the song. Please talk about how the composer brought the text alive with the music. Talk about text painting. For example if the text mentions a bird, did the composer write music that sounds like a bird? Tell me what each song is about, and how you feel the composer used his music to tell the story.
1. Die Erlkonig
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2. Gretchen am Spinnrade
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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Meine Ruh’ ist hin,
Meine Herz ist schwer;
Ich finde sie nimmer
Und nimmermehr.
Wo ich ihn nicht hab’
Ist mir das Grab,
Die ganze Welt
Ist mir vergällt.
Mein armer Kopf
Ist mir verrückt,
Mein armer Sinn
Ist mir zerstückt.
Meine Ruh’ ist hin,
Mein Herz ist schwer;
Ich finde sie nimmer
Und nimmermehr.
Nach ihm nur schau’ ich
Zum Fenster hinaus,
Nach ihm nur geh’ ich
Aus dem Haus.
Sein hoher Gang,
Sein’ edle Gestalt,
Seines Mundes Lächeln,
Seiner Augen Gewalt,
Und seiner Rede
Sein Händedruck,
Und ach sein Kuß!
Meine Ruh’ ist hin,
Mein Herz ist schwer,
Ich finde sie nimmer
Und nimmermehr.
Mein Busen drängt
Sich nach ihm hin.
[Ach]1 dürft ich fassen
Und halten ihn!
Und küssen ihn
So wie ich wollt’,
An seinen Küssen
Vergehen sollt’!
My peace is gone,
My heart is heavy,
I will find it never
and never more.
Where I do not have him,
That is the grave,
The whole world
Is bitter to me.
My poor head
Is crazy to me,
My poor mind
Is torn apart.
My peace is gone,
My heart is heavy,
I will find it never
and never more.
For him only, I look
Out the window
Only for him do I go
Out of the house.
His tall walk,
His noble figure,
His mouth’s smile,
His eyes’ power,
And his mouth’s
Magic flow,
His handclasp,
and ah! his kiss!
My peace is gone,
My heart is heavy,
I will find it never
and never more.
My bosom urges itself
toward him.
Ah, might I grasp
And hold him!
And kiss him,
As I would wish,
At his kisses
I should die!3. Die Forelle
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