Learning Goal: I’m working on a music question and need support to help me learn

Learning Goal: I’m working on a music question and need support to help me learn.http://www.osborne-conant.org/ladies.htm (links to external site) (Links to an external site.)Reading Response 3 Prompt-Osborne.pdf Download Reading Response 3 Prompt-Osborne.pdfWiliam Osborne’s 1994 online essay “‘You Sound Like A Ladies Orchestra’: A Case History of Sexism Against Abbie Conant In the Munich Philharmonic” traces the history of trombonist Abbie Conant’s audition, employment, and legal interaction with the Munich Philharmonic. Some questions you might consider in writing your response to his essay are:Who is William Osborne, and what is his relationship with Abbie Conant? How does that influence your reading of his essay?
Have you ever heard Abbie Conant play? Does it matter in judging your reaction to Osborne’s article?
Why do you think this article was published electronically rather than in paper form? What are the pros and cons of this format of publication?
Osborne’s essay is extensively footnoted: what kind of evidence does Osborne use to support his argument, and do you think it is successful?
Osborne opens his essay with an anecdote involving the Munich Philharmonic’s historical past: is it a successful opening, or not, and why?
What is the thesis (if any) of Osborne’s essay, and where is it stated?
Your Reading Response should contain at least one (1) quotation from the reading, which should be cited according to The Chicago Manual of Style format (i.e. a footnote). Below are examples of how this reading, an online essay, might be cited in a bibliography, and as a footnote. Citing electronic material follows that same rules as conventionally published material, but given its changeable nature, electronically published information should include a description of the material (what the source is if there is no author or title), the URL (where the source is), and the access date (as the source may change or be deleted). If you choose to quote Osbonrne more than once (a citation from the same source), you should the shortened citation form and not “ibid” (“in the same place”)CITATION STYLEBibliographyOsborne, William. “‘You Sound Like A Ladies Orchestra’: A Case History of Sexism Against Abbie Conant In the Munich Philharmonic.” http://www.osborne-conant.org/ladies.htm (accessed September 7, 2021).Footnote1 William Osborne, “‘You Sound Like A Ladies Orchestra’: A Case History of Sexism Against Abbie Conant In the Munich Philharmonic,” http://www.osborne-conant.org/ladies.htm (accessed September 7, 2021), “Foreword.”
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