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1 Music 111: Music Appreciation 1 Course Information: Los Angeles Pierce College January 2 to February 4, 2018 Section units Canvas online Instructor: Jon Titmus Office: Music 3416 Office hours: or TTH 11:10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. by appointment Pierce College Mailroom Box #430 Mail Standard Assignment 5 Concert Report Materials to: Prof. Jon Titmus Mailroom Box #430, Los Angeles Pierce College, 6201 Winnetka Ave., Woodland Hills, Ca Or, Concert Report materials as an attachment. Course Description: This is a basic course designed to enhance enjoyment and understanding of music for non-majors. No musical background is required. Musical elements will be introduced, as well as a survey of musical styles and masterpieces of Western music from the Middle Ages through to the present, with an emphasis on perceptive listening. Student Learning Outcomes:

2 Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Define and describe the basic elements of music, including rhythm, melody, harmony, form, timbre, texture, and expressive elements. 2. Identify compositional styles of major composers in Western music from the Middle Ages through the present. 3. Distinguish characteristics of major historical style periods and relate the musical expression to the culture of the period. Materials and Required Access Code: Computer with internet access. Los Angeles Pierce College Canvas. Access code to OnMusic Appreciation 4th edition by Connect For Education, ISBN: This access code can be purchased from Connect For Education at for $ and it must be new. You may also purchase the access code at the Pierce College Bookstore. All work is completed using the OnMusic Appreciation program. You may also call Connect For Education to purchase and talk to a sales person or technician directly at , M-F, 9-5, EST. You can also contact Connect For Education for technical support regarding computer problems at Important Dates: January 2, 2018 Getting started:

3 1. Purchase access code 2. Register access code. Look for Los Angeles Pierce College. 3. Begin class January 16, Midterm Exam January 31, Assignment #5 Concert Report due February 4, Final Exam Evaluation and Grading: 35 Quizzes: 37%, 4 Written Assignments: 10%, Discussion Forum Questions: 5%, Written Assignment #5 Concert Report: 10%, Midterm Exam: 19%, Final Exam: 19% % A 80-89% B 70-79% C 60-69% D 0-59% F The faculty and administration of Pierce College expect students to be honest and ethical at all times in their pursuit of academic goals. Students who violate the Pierce College code of academic conduct will be dealt with in a manner reflecting the seriousness of the violation. Students with disabilities who need accommodations are encouraged to contact the instructor. The Special Services office can be contacted at

4 Course Policies: Contact me at for questions about the course. I will to reply within 24 hours. If I see no activity for one week, you risk being dropped. Observe the due dates. Notes for success: Standard Assignment #5 requires you to attend a symphony orchestra concert, opera performance, or musical with musicians in the pit. Find a concert ensemble such as the San Fernando Valley Symphony at Pierce College, the New West Symphony or a musical at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, the Los Angeles Philharmonic at Disney Hall or the Los Angeles Opera at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. See what is performing at CSUN or the Valley Performing Arts Center. Remember to stay current with the lessons and quizzes. They have material that will show up on the midterm and final exams. Complete everything. Any work not turned in receives a 0 grade which is then averaged in with your other scores. Please note that this is a winter course and is over in 5 weeks. Course Outline: Week 1, Tuesday, Jan. 2, Section 1: Basic Musical Concepts

5 Jan. 2, Class 1 Unity and Variety, Unity and Variety Quiz, Standard Assignment #1: Identify Musical Ideas Class 2 The Performer s Role, Performer s Role Quiz Jan. 3 Class 3 Structure of Music, Structure of Music Quiz. Jan. 4, Class 4 Can Music Have a Specific Purpose? Purpose of Music Quiz Jan. 5, Class 5 Types of Listeners: Casual, Referential, Critical and Perceptive. Types of Listeners Quiz Jan. 6, Class 6 Folk Music, Art Music, and All That Jazz. Folk Music, Art Music, and All That Jazz Quiz Discussion Forum #1: Common Ensembles Standard Assignment 2: Listening Perspectives Section 2: The Building Blocks of Sound Jan. 7, Class 7 Duration and Pitch, Duration Quiz Music Notation and Duration Fundamentals of Pitch Duration Quiz Pitch Quiz Week 2, Jan. 8, Class 8 Pitch Notation and Intervals Pitch Names, Pitch Names Quiz, Pitch Notation, Notating Pitches Quiz, Intervals, Intervals Quiz Jan. 9, Class 9 Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume Quiz Jan. 10, Class 10 Vocal Timbre 1, Vocal Timbre 2, Vocal Timbre Quiz

6 Discussion Forum #2: Vocal Timbre Jan. 11, Class 11 Orchestral Timbres 1, Orchestral Timbres 2, Orchestral Timbres Quiz Standard Assignment 3: Analysis Jan. 12, Class 12 Strings, Strings Quiz, Woodwinds 1, Woodwinds2, Woodwinds 3, Woodwinds Quiz Jan. 13, Class 13 Brass 1,2, Brass Quiz, Percussion 1, 2, Percussion Quiz Jan. 14, Class 14 Keyboard Instruments, Keyboard Quiz, Harpsichord, Harpsichord Quiz, Piano, Piano Quiz Jan. 14, Class 15 Organ, Organ Quiz, Synthesizer, Synthesizer Quiz Discussion Forum #3: Piano vs Synthesizer Week 3, Tuesday, Jan. 16, Class 16 Midterm Exam Section 3: The Organizing Elements of Music Jan. 17, Class 17 Rhythm 1, 2, and Tempo 1, 2 Jan. 18, Class 18 Meter 1, 2. Rhythm, Tempo, and Meter Quiz Standard Assignment 4: Renaissance Period Jan. 19, Class 19 Melody I. Melody 1,2,3. Jan. 20, Class 20 Melody II. Melody 4,5,6. Melody Quiz

7 Discussion Forum #4: Musical Elements Jan. 21, Class 21 Harmony. Harmony 1,2. Harmony Quiz Week 4, Jan. 22, Class 22 Texture. Texture 1,2. Texture Quiz Jan. 23, Class 23 Form. Form 1,2,3. Form Quiz Discussion Forum #5: Form Section 4: Historical Periods Jan. 24, Class 24 Medieval Period Introduction Jan. 25, Class 25 Medieval Sacred and Secular Music Medieval Period Quiz Jan. 26, Class 26 Renaissance Period Introduction Jan. 27, Class 27 Renaissance Sacred and Secular Music Renaissance Sacred Music Renaissance Secular Music Composers 1,2. Renaissance Period Quiz Standard Assignment 5: Concert Report Jan. 28, Class 28 Baroque Period Introduction Baroque Period Background Baroque Music Characteristics 1 Baroque Music Characteristics 2

8 Baroque Instrumental and Vocal Music Charts Origins of Opera: The Florentine Camerata Week 5, Jan. 29, Class 29 Introduction to Church Music Introduction to Church Music Monteverdi, Lully, and Purcell Johann Sebastian Bach Baroque Secular Cantata Baroque Oratorio and George Frideric Handel Baroque Concerto Baroque Ensemble and Keyboard Music Baroque Keyboard Music (cont) Baroque Period Quiz Jan. 30, Class 30 Classical Period Introduction Classical Period Listening Introduction Classical Period Background Aspects of Art in the Classical Period Classical Period Musical Characteristics The Sonata Form Classical Instrumental Music Classical Vocal Music Jan. 31, Class 31 Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven Franz Joseph Haydn Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart W. A Mozart: Representative Works Ludwig van Beethoven Beethoven: Representative Works Classical Period Quiz Wednesday, Jan. 31: Due date for Standard Assignment 5:

9 Concert Report Jan. 31, Class 32 Romantic Period: Introduction Romantic Period Listening Introduction Romantic Period Background 1 Romantic Period Background 2 Aspects of Art in the Romantic Period Romantic Music Characteristics 1 Romantic Music Characteristics 2 Feb. 1, Class 33 Early Romantic Composers Program Music and Virtuosos Rossini and Italian Opera Johannes Brahms Tchaikovsky and The Nationalists Late Romantic Composers The Post-Romantics Romantic Period Quiz Feb. 2, Class 34 Contemporary Period: Introduction Contemporary Period Listening Introduction Contemporary Period Background Contemporary Music Characteristics The Breakdown of Tonality French Impressionism The Folk Tradition, Nationalism, and Neoclassicism Feb. 3, Class 35 Europe, The United States, and Latin America Russia The United States England, France, Germany Latin America Serialism and Aleatoric Music

10 A Brief Look at Jazz Contemporary Period Quiz Sunday, Feb. 4, Class 36 Final Exam. You may take this exam before this day if you prefer.

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