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MUSC0220

Music History I

Music History I: Music to 1750
In this course we will survey Western art music from the earliest notated Medieval music through the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Beginning with Gregorian chant and troubadour song, we will explore Renaissance vocal polyphony, the development of opera and instrumental music in the 17th century, and the late Baroque music of Bach and Handel. Analysis of the music is supplemented by consideration of the ways in which music relates to the other arts and reflects the history and culture of its time. (MUSC 0260 or waiver) 3 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Music
Department:
Music
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART EUR HIS
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2014

MUSC0220A-F14 Lecture (Hamberlin)

Fall 2013

MUSC0220A-F13 Lecture (Vitercik)

Fall 2012

MUSC0220A-F12 Lecture (Hamberlin)

Fall 2011

MUSC0220A-F11 Lecture (Vitercik)

Fall 2010

MUSC0220A-F10 Lecture (Hamberlin)

Fall 2009

MUSC0220A-F09 Lecture (Vitercik)
MUSC0220B-F09 Lecture (Vitercik)

Fall 2008

MUSC0220A-F08 Lecture (Hamberlin)

Fall 2007

MUSC0220A-F07 Lecture (Vitercik)
MUSC0220B-F07 Lecture (Vitercik)

Fall 2006

MUSC0220A-F06 Lecture (Hamberlin)

Spring 2005

MUSC0220A-S05 Lecture (Moore)

Fall 2003

MUSC0220A-F03 Lecture (Vitercik)