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MUSC0221

Music History II

Music History II: Music Since 1750
This course is a survey of the principle genres and forms of Western art music from the Viennese classicism of Haydn and Mozart to the present day. The approach of the course is analytical, historical, and cultural. That is, we will study selected works from the Western repertory, attempting to understand each piece on its own terms as artistic expression, in the context of stylistic developments, and as it reflects its time and the concerns of its composer and audience. (MUSC 0260 or waiver) 3 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Music
Department:
Music
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART EUR HIS
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2015

MUSC0221A-S15 Lecture

Spring 2014

MUSC0221A-S14 Lecture (Hamberlin)

Spring 2013

MUSC0221A-S13 Lecture (Vitercik)

Spring 2012

MUSC0221A-S12 Lecture (Hamberlin)

Spring 2011

MUSC0221A-S11 Lecture (Vitercik)

Spring 2010

MUSC0221A-S10 Lecture (Vitercik)

Spring 2009

MUSC0221A-S09 Lecture (Hamberlin)

Spring 2008

MUSC0221A-S08 Lecture (Hamberlin)

Spring 2007

MUSC0221A-S07 Lecture (Vitercik)

Fall 2005

MUSC0221A-F05 Lecture (Hamberlin)

Spring 2004

MUSC0221A-S04 Lecture (Moore)