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2015-2016 Catalog

MUS 261-269 Selected Studies in Music History and Literature

Possible topics include the historical development and the repertoire of an era or school" (e.g. the Baroque Era French Music Music in the United States the History of Jazz). These courses typically investigate the master works and lives of the principal composers of the era as well as the social and musical concepts that influenced the period. Classes involve student presentations field trips and live and videotaped performances as well as sound recordings. Descriptions of current offerings are available through the department office and the Registrar's Office. Assigned listening. Lecture/laboratory."

Prerequisite

MUS 101 or MUS 102 and other courses as appropriate to the topic

Instructor

Staff