Middlebury

MUSC 0101

Introduction to Music

Introduction to Music
In this course we will develop critical listening skills through guided study of selected works of Western classical, popular, and folk music, as well as a sampling of music from non-Western cultures. Students will examine how music uses basic sound materials—such as rhythm, melody, timbre, texture, and harmony—to create meaning and expression, how those uses have changed over time from the Middle Ages to the present, and how music relates to its social and historical context and to the other arts. Previous musical training is not required. 3 hrs.
Subject:
Music
Department:
Music
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART CMP HIS
Equivalent Courses:

Sections in Fall 2007

Fall 2007

MUSC0101A-F07 Lecture (Hamberlin)
MUSC0101B-F07 Lecture (Hamberlin)
MUSC0101X-F07 Discussion (Hamberlin)
MUSC0101Y-F07 Discussion (Hamberlin)
MUSC0101Z-F07 Discussion (Hamberlin)