MUSICOL 477 - Medieval Music
Section: 001
Term: WN 2010
Subject: Music History and Musicology (MUSICOL)
Department: Music School
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May not be repeated for credit.
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This lecture / discussion course will survey devotional and secular music composed and performed between 700-1400 C.E. It will be organized around the five most important sites of medieval musical activity—the monastery, the castle, the cathedral, the city, and the palace. Students will be asked to prepare for lectures and follow-up discussions by completing assigned reading (on reserve and on the web) and listening assignments (on-line and on reserve). They should expect two 15-20-page papers and two essay examinations at mid-term and final. This course is intended mainly for upper division music undergraduates (400 level) and music graduate students (500 level); non-music students are welcome provided they are capable of reading modern musical notation. Graduate students elect MUSICOL 577.

MUSICOL 477 - Medieval Music
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001 (LEC)
7MUS Ugrd
MW 8:30AM - 10:00AM
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ISBN: 0393090809
Anthology of Medieval Music, Author: Richard Hoppin, Publisher: W. W. Norton & Co.
ISBN: 0393090906
Medieval Music, Author: Richard Hoppin, Publisher: W. W. Norton & Co.
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