Fall 2017

Course Number Title Course Description Instructor
MUSIC 101-1 CLASS PIANO Instructor consent required. Instructor: Greenberg Greenberg, Susan
MUSIC 101-1 CLASS PIANO Instructor consent required. Instructor: Greenberg Greenberg, Susan
MUSIC 101-1 CLASS PIANO Instructor consent required. Instructor: Greenberg Greenberg, Susan
MUSIC 101-1 CLASS PIANO Instructor consent required. Instructor: Greenberg Greenberg, Susan
MUSIC 101-2 CLASS VOICE Instructor: Cotton or Linnartz Linnartz, Elizabeth
MUSIC 101-2 CLASS VOICE Instructor: Cotton or Linnartz Linnartz, Elizabeth
MUSIC 101-2 CLASS VOICE Instructor: Cotton or Linnartz Cotton, Sandra
MUSIC 101-2 CLASS VOICE Instructor: Cotton or Linnartz Linnartz, Elizabeth
MUSIC 101-3 CLASS GUITAR Instructor: Reed Reed, Randy
MUSIC 101-3 CLASS GUITAR Instructor: Reed Reed, Randy
MUSIC 101-3 CLASS GUITAR Instructor: Reed Reed, Randy
MUSIC 101-4 DJEMBE CLASS Instructor: Simmons Simmons, Bradley
MUSIC 116 ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE The Alexander Technique provides a structured method of self inquiry which has helped performing... Pritchard, Eric
MUSIC 120 MUSIC, SOUND, AND STYLE Study of the components of music (e.g. melody, rhythm) through comparative listening to styles from... Kelley, Anthony
MUSIC 126 ACOUSTICS AND MUSIC The physical principles underlying musical instruments, room acoustics, and the human ear. Analysis... Socolar, Joshua
MUSIC 129S SOUND, MUSIC, & MOVING IMAGE Introduction to film studies with emphasis on uses and functions of sound, film music, sound and... Waeber, Jacqueline
MUSIC 140 INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ Lecture version of Music 140D. Instructor: Brown Brown, John
MUSIC 145 HIP-HOP/RAP MUSIC APPRECIATION This course explores the development of Hip-Hop and Rap music from an inner-city expression of... Roberts, Francis
MUSIC 161 INTRO TO MUSIC THEORY (ADV) Rudiments of music theory, including meter, major-minor tonality, and chordal vocabulary.... Fancher, Susan
MUSIC 161-1 INTRO TO MUSIC THEORY (BEG) Rudiments of music theory, including meter, major-minor tonality, chordal vocabulary. Introduction... Messina, Karen
MUSIC 165 LET'S DANCE! LIVE ART & PERF This introductory course offers an examination of the major movements in the history of concert and... DeFrantz, Thomas
MUSIC 171 JAZZ COMBO/IMPROVISATION I The theory of jazz improvisation and its practical application to the different styles of jazz.... Finucane, David
MUSIC 190S SPECIAL TOPICS IN MUSIC Opportunities to engage with a specific issue in music. Instructor: Staff Richardson, Owen
MUSIC 210-1 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Instructor: Davidson Davidson, Harry
MUSIC 210-2 WIND SYMPHONY Instructor: Mösenbichler-Bryant Mösenbichler-Bryant, Verena
MUSIC 210-3 MARCHING BAND Instructor: Au Au, Jeffrey A.
MUSIC 210-4 JAZZ ENSEMBLE Instructor: Brown Brown, John
MUSIC 211-1 COLLEGIUM MUSICUM Instructor: Testroet or staff Staff, Departmental
MUSIC 211-3 PIANO ENSEMBLE Chamber music dealing with collaborative piano skills (piano duos, vocal/instrumental accompanying... Heid, David
MUSIC 212-1 DJEMBE ENSEMBLE Instructor: Simmons Simmons, Bradley
MUSIC 212-2 AFRO-CUBAN PERCUSSION Instructor: Simmons Simmons, Bradley
MUSIC 213-1 OPERA WORKSHOP Instructor: Dunn Dunn, Susan
MUSIC 213-2 CHAPEL CHOIR Instructor: Wynkoop Wynkoop, Rodney
MUSIC 213-3 CHORALE Instructor: Wynkoop Wynkoop, Rodney
MUSIC 218 MUSICAL THEATER: PERFORMANCE A workshop in honing the skills necessary to perform in a musical. Students required to present... DeFrantz, Thomas
MUSIC 235 MUSIC IN SOUTH ASIA South Asian musicians and their instruments, genres, performance traditions, and contexts. Study of... Kramer, Jonathan
MUSIC 243 AMERICAN MUSICALS Study of American musicals, focusing on the period from Show Boat to Sondheim with attention to... Rogers, Bradley
MUSIC 255S MUSIC HISTORY I The history of music in medieval and early Europe in its cultural and social context. Instructor:... Brothers, Thomas
MUSIC 257 MUSIC HISTORY III The history of music in 19th Century through post-WWI Europe and the USA in its cultural and social... Todd, R.
MUSIC 261 THEOR/PRAC TONAL MUS I Elementary principles of tonal organization: diatonic chord progressions and figured bass, two-part... Kelley, Anthony
MUSIC 261 THEOR/PRAC TONAL MUS I Elementary principles of tonal organization: diatonic chord progressions and figured bass, two-part... Staff, Departmental
MUSIC 261 THEOR/PRAC TONAL MUS I Elementary principles of tonal organization: diatonic chord progressions and figured bass, two-part... Parkins, Robert
MUSIC 261 THEOR/PRAC TONAL MUS I Elementary principles of tonal organization: diatonic chord progressions and figured bass, two-part... Staff, Departmental
MUSIC 273S INTRO TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC Introduction to composing electronic music using variety of software such as Logic, ProTools,... Supko, John
MUSIC 288S MUSIC AS BIOLOGY The course will explore the tone combinations that humans consider consonant or dissonant, the... Purves, Dale
MUSIC 290 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MUSIC Opportunities to engage with a specific issue in music. Instructor: Staff Staff, Departmental
MUSIC 290S SPECIAL TOPICS IN MUSIC Opportunities to engage with a specific issue in music. Instructor: Staff Waeber, Jacqueline
MUSIC 290S-1 SP TOP MUSIC HISTORY Topics vary. Instructor: Staff Gilliam, Bryan
MUSIC 290S-3 SP TOP ETHNOMUSICOLOGY Topics to be announced addressing a range of musical traditions from around the world. Instructor:... Hammond, Jere (Jay)
MUSIC 305S WRITING ABOUT PERFORMANCE Inquiry into the concept of "performance" broadly construed--not only as it refers to "staged"... Rego, Marcia
MUSIC 318 INSTRUMENTAL CONDUCTING Development of techniques of conducting instrumental ensembles with emphasis on orchestral... Mösenbichler-Bryant, Verena
MUSIC 336 BLK PERFORM: M. JACKSON/PRINCE Examines the Black Performance context that produced Jackson's singular creative genius within the... Neal, Mark
MUSIC 461 THEOR/PRAC TONAL MUS III Extended chromatic techniques of the nineteenth century, extended tonality, and larger forms.... Stoia, Nicholas
MUSIC 461 THEOR/PRAC TONAL MUS III Extended chromatic techniques of the nineteenth century, extended tonality, and larger forms.... Staff, Departmental
MUSIC 463S THEO/PRAC POST-TONAL MUS Analytical studies and compositions in various forms, techniques, and styles, with an emphasis on... Jaffe, Stephen
MUSIC 465S COUNTERPOINT Polyphonic practice of the late baroque: writing of two- and three-part compositions in a variety... Staff, Departmental
MUSIC 490S ADVANCED TOPICS IN MUSIC Primarily for junior and senior music majors. Topics to be announced. Instructor: Staff Richard, Gabriel Jacques
MUSIC 561S ANALYSIS OF EARLY MUSIC Selected areas of "pre-tonal" music and various analytical methodologies that have been developed... Brothers, Thomas
MUSIC 590S SPECIAL TOPICS IN MUSIC Opportunities to engage with a specific issue in music. Instructor: Staff Richard, Gabriel Jacques
MUSIC 690S-1 COMPOSITION SEM (TOPICS) Selected topics in composition. Instructor: Jaffe, Lindroth, or Supko Lindroth, Scott
MUSIC 790S-1 SEM HST OF MUS (TOPICS) Selected topics. Instructor: Staff Stoia, Nicholas
MUSIC 790S-1 SEM HST OF MUS (TOPICS) Selected topics. Instructor: Staff Gilliam, Bryan
MUSIC 89S FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR (TOP) Topics vary each semester offered. Instructor: Brothers, Davidson, Todd, Waeber, or staff Davidson, Harry
MUSIC 89S FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR (TOP) Topics vary each semester offered. Instructor: Brothers, Davidson, Todd, Waeber, or staff Todd, R.
MUSIC 89S FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR (TOP) Topics vary each semester offered. Instructor: Brothers, Davidson, Todd, Waeber, or staff Davidson, Harry