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MUSI 338: Music History in Society A

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Historical survey of Western music from the late Renaissance through the Romantic era, with emphasis on specific musical genres and composers who developed them. Musical developments are related to other aspects of society. Instruction conducted by lectures, recordings, and video. Learning process enhanced by reading, listening, writing, and analytical assignments.

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Limited to 3 Attempts


Historical survey of Western music from the late Renaissance through the Romantic era, with emphasis on specific musical genres and composers who developed them. Musical developments are related to other aspects of society. Instruction conducted by lectures, recordings, and video. Learning process enhanced by reading, listening, writing, and analytical assignments.

When Offered: Fall, Summer, Spring

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Hours of Lab or Studio per week: 0

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

MUSI 215, or permission of instructor. 

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