2516 - A Musical History from prehistory to Mid 20th Century
From earliest evidence through the ages, this series presents an evolution of music through image and sound with an ear toward how development of instruments, methods of sharing and changing abilities have shaped the way in which we perceive and relate to music. This course is being taught in two parts, each five week In Part A the classes are; BEGINNINGS; EARLY STIRRINGS; GETTING ORGANIZED; A RENAISANCE OF NOTE; and GOING FOR BAROQUE. Part B will be GETTING CLASSY LUDWIG; EVERYDAY MUSIC; SONGS OF LOVE AND WAR; IN THE SWING OF IT; and EARLY RECORDING. Students may take either part A or part B or both parts A and B. However students must register for each part separately. Lecture (plus Questions); Facilitated Discussion; Listening to Music or Other Audio; Viewing Videos
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