Analytical Writing For this paper, conduct your own aural analysis of Stravinsky’s Symphonies of Wind Instruments, Try to come up with an analysis that discusses and attempts to explain the piece in terms of what is heard. Your paper should include a thesis explaining the objective of your analysis, and your analytical points should reinforce that thesis. Use the 1947 version as a reference (Sony Classical catalog number 886445702637, available via Naxos through the UNT Library, is a good representative example). If needed, scores for the 1947 version are on reserve on Carrel 413 (our carrel) and carrel 409. You may refer to analyses by Cone, Kramer or others for terminology or as a foil, but the substance of your analysis should be your own. Be sure to cite any outside sources using Chicago Style Notes/Bibliography format. You may use graphs, charts, or other visual aids to explain the premise behind your analysis, but the majority of your analysis should be in prose. The paper should be no shorter than five pages in length, and the format should be precisely as follows: double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font, 1-inch margins top and bottom, and 1.25-inch margins right and left. Include any visual aids separately from the body of your paper. Use a cover sheet that includes your name and the title of your paper This paper must be turned in at the beginning of class on Friday, October 18; it is worth fifteen percent of your final grade. Your grade will be based on the strength of your engagement with your sources as well as the thoughtfulness and attention to detail that you show in writing the paper. 8. As with Paper 1, please post a copy to the Canvas discussion board (bring a hard copy to me, however). Critiques will be assigned on the due date as with Paper 1.