MUS5333: Music After 1945

3 Credits

This course will explore theoretical and analytical techniques in mid-twentieth and twenty-first-century music. After an initial unit of review of early twentieth-century techniques, the semester will be divided into units that encapsulate a musical domain (e.g. "rhythm"), rather than exploring chronologically. Students will be responsible for completing readings as well as analytical assignments for each class, as outlined on the course schedule.prereq: MUS 4504 or Graduate music major

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