MUS 3602W: History of Western Music II

3 CreditsWriting Intensive

This is the second course in the undergraduate music history sequence. We will study music composed ca. 1700–1880, looking at the works’ musical structures within the larger contexts of musical style, social/political significance, and broad aesthetic and philosophical movements. In addition, as a writing intensive course, students will hone their writing skills, focusing in particular on analyzing and writing about music. prereq: MUS 1502, MUS 1512, and MUS 3601 OR instr consent

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