MUSICOL 122 - Intro World Music
Section: 001
Term: WN 2010
Subject: Music History and Musicology (MUSICOL)
Department: Music School
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MUSICOL 122 is an introduction to a diverse range of music cultures from around the world. Course themes include music as object and as process, music as a changing tradition within a local context, and music in a globalized age. Though this is an ethnomusicology class, no previous musical experience is required. The course will introduce Western and non-Western musical concepts that can be used to analyze a variety of different musics. School of Music majors may not take this course for musicology credit, though LSA music majors and minors are accepted. The course has three exams and three papers.

MUSICOL 122 - Intro World Music
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001 (LEC)
TuTh 10:30AM - 12:00PM
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The student editions of the textbook come with CDs. If you buy the textbook used, you may have to buy the CDs separately.
ISBN: 9780072415667
World music : traditions and transformations, Author: Michael B. Bakan., Publisher: McGraw-Hill 2007
ISBN: 9780072415674
World music traditions and transformations, Author: Michael B. Bakan., Publisher: Mcgraw Hill 2007
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