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Music History and Literature (MUHL)
- D class assignments available in TMC200; phone (213) 740-4721.
- Music courses change to "D" on the second week of classes and require departmental approval. Students accepted into a graduate program must take entrance examinations prior to their first registration. Any deficiencies revealed must be removed prior to completion of two semesters of course work. Transferring undergraduate students registering for the first time who have previous course work must take the appropriate examination for placement. Contact the Thornton School Office of Student Affairs for information. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION - 1 unit has a $350 fee, and includes 7.5 hours of total instruction. 2 units has a $700 fee, and includes 15 hours of total instruction. Contact school for course level guide.
A study of the musical styles and genres from antiquity to c. 1680 within their historical context. Detailed analysis of selected works.
|44011D||001||Lecture||10:00-11:20am||Mon, Wed||24 of 30||Leah Morrison||TMCG156|
30 of 30
Gateway to the B.A. degree in music. Western and non-Western music in its socio-cultural context. Not available for credit to B.M. majors. Ability to read music highly recommended.
|44022R||001||Lecture||2:00-3:20pm||Mon, Wed||25 of 45||Paul Chaikin||UUCB2|
A study of the musical styles and genres from c. 1850 to the present within their historical context. Detailed analysis of selected works. Recommended preparation: MUCO 232b and MUCO 233b
|44024D||001||Lecture||10:00-11:20am||Tue, Thu||14 of 30||Bruce Brown||UUCB2||Word (57486 KB)|
31 of 31(1 on waitlist)
Introduction to music research, information science, and technical writing. Required of all graduate students majoring in music.
|44069D||001||Lecture||12:00-1:50pm||Monday||14 of 20||Bruce Brown||MUS102B||Word (70717 KB)|
|44071D||001||Lecture||12:00-1:50pm||Tuesday||18 of 20||Paul Chaikin||UUCB2|
|44073D||001||Lecture||12:00-1:50pm||Thursday||17 of 20||Paul Chaikin||MUS102B|
|44075D||001||Lecture||4:00-5:50pm||Wednesday||17 of 20||Paul Chaikin||UUCB2|
Close study of musical repertories and issues (particularly ones transcending period divisions), with emphasis on recent scholarship and methodologies.
- Prerequisite: MUHL 570
- Note: Symbolism in Early Modern Music
|44145D||001||Lecture||5:00-7:50pm||Tuesday||5 of 15||Adam Gilbert||MUS213|