Introducing the Wonk Worksheet

Wonks McFadyen and Balmer came up with a Wonk Worksheet (WW) to help analyze and grade symphony Blu-rays. Then we thought others might want to give it a try. The image below is the WW. There is also a 6-page instruction packet that explains how to use the WW and arrive at grades for symphony Blu-rays. This may be the only time in history that an art critic came up with a way to publish criticism that others can check. Or that anyone can do!

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If you print the WW from the image above, the resulting document may be a bit small. To get a bigger WW, try clicking here. The real WW doesn't have any margins around the work areas. For an example of a filled out Wonk Worksheet check out the WW for Yu Kosuge's performance of  Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No. 1

Happy Wonking!