MUSIC APPRECIATION Survey of Western Art Music COURSE SYLLABUS

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1 ECU MUSC (2002/03 F) Meets Tu Th at 14:00 in 200 Fletcher 201 Fletcher / (252) / MUSIC APPRECIATION Survey of Western Art Music COURSE SYLLABUS ONLINE VERSION: OBJECTIVES: This course is designed to give the student an awareness of the materials, forms, genres, major personalities, and historical periods of the classical repertoire of Western music through about In a non-technical format, class lectures and examinations will emphasize basic terminology, the development of musical styles in various historical eras, and the contributions of significant individuals. Exams and written assignments will test skills of critical thinking and listening. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Joseph Machlis and Kristine Forney, The Enjoyment of Music (Shorter Version), 8th Edition (New York: W.W. Norton, 1999). The text is accompanied by a set of 4 CDs. Both the textbook and the CDs are required and are available at the University Bookstore. N.B.: S TUDENTS SHOULD BRING TEXTBOOK TO CLASS EACH DAY. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Due to the incremental nature of the material, it is strongly advised that students attend lectures regularly and keep up with reading assignments as they are due. Regarding ATTENDANCE, note that nore than THREE unexcused absences will affect your grade. Final grades will reflect the student s performance in the following areas: 3 Examinations (70% of final grade) All exams will consist of the following components: 1) Listening; 2) Objective Questions; 3) Reading Comprehension (15%) 1) Quarter-Term Exam Thursday, 19 September (25%) 2) Mid-Term Exam Thursday, 24 October (30%) 3) End-Term Exam Tuesday, 17 December 14:00 16:00 3 Written Assignments (each = 10% of final grade) Three concert reviews are due at various points throughout the semester. Each review should be no less than THREE FULL PAGES (750 words minimum), and no more than four full pages, typewritten, double-spaced. FOR EACH SUCCESSIVE ASSIGNMENT, NO PAPER WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 15:00 ON THE DUE DATE. Reviews will be evaluated on a 5-point scale (5 being the highest), according to the following criteria: 1) how well they follow the format guidelines established herein; and 2) on the quality of content, mechanics, and writing style (see below, GENERAL POLICIES 1). Note that the student s maximum possible final grade (i.e., before considering performance on exams) is tied to the number of reviews submitted. Reviews submitted = Final Grade calculated from = 70 pts 80 pts 90 pts 100 pts Maximum possible final grade = D C B A (10%) 1st Concert Review due Thursday, 27 September (10%) 2nd Concert Review due Tuesday, 06 November (10%) 3rd Concert Review due Tuesday, 04 December EVALUATION: The percent value of each course requirement is shown above. The quarter-term exam will assess the student s command of basic terminology; the mid-term and end-term exams will test knowledge of the genres, musical issues, as well as the pieces and figures, studied in the applicable historical eras. Evaluation of written assignments is explained above; at the end of the semester, the total points scored on reviews (maximum of 15) will be tabulated and curved. GENERAL POLICIES: 1) Each REVIEW should constitute an informed individual response to a performance of classical music or opera, such as concerts or recitals given at the ECU school of music. Students should approach these reviews as though writing for publication in their hometown newspaper (i.e., for a general readership), being as professional as possible as far as style and content are concerned. Each review must be provided with a TITLE indicating its basic theme. The review s first paragraph should indicate the nature of the event, including WHEN and WHERE the concert took place, as well as identifying the PERFORMER(s) or ENSEMBLE(s) involved. The body of the paper should account for the types and styles of music performed, the performing forces used, and should offer a critical assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the program and the performance. Wherever applicable, the terminology and concepts learned in class should be utilized. 2) No MAKEUP EXAM will be given except under the following conditions: Any student who needs to miss a test through a recognized ECU activity must consult with the instructor at least 24 HRS IN ADVANCE of the exam with an official university excuse in hand. Any student who otherwise misses an exam must procure a university-excused absence from the Office of the Dean of Students according to the Class Attendance Regulations in the ECU undergraduate catalogue (2000/01 edition, p. 52, 5). The student is responsible for informing the instructor by phone or WITHIN 24 HRS of the exam and for furnishing the official excuse at the next class period. Any necessary makeup tests will be administered ONCE ONLY: at 12:00 noon on the day of the next class session following the exam. Any deviation from these conditions will result in a 0 being assigned to the student for that particular exam. N.B.: there will be NO MAKEUP END-TERM EXAM. 3) Students may freely consult with each other regarding any written assignment, but all work submitted must be each student s own product. Note that any fraudulent behavior on exams will constitute cause for immediate dismissal. 4) OFFICE HOURS: M W 11:00 12:00 noon, or by appointment 5) A) EMERGENCY SERVICES: Information hotline (252) Internet Emergency Notices: 1) 2) B) AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT: ECU seeks to comply with the ADA. Students seeking accommodation based upon a covered disability must see the Department of Disability Support Services, Brewster A-114 (252) , to verify disability [August 22, 2002]

2 SCHEDULE OF LECTURES AND ASSIGNMENTS Sess.Day Date Topic READING Due LISTENING EXs 01 Th 08/22 Introduction to the course none none 02 Tu 08/27 PART 1: THE MATERIALS OF MUSIC Rhythm, Melody (see also scales, pp ) Chapters Pages CD/Tracks 2; 1; ; In class 03 Th 08/29 Harmony, Texture /01; 1/10; 3/49; 1/38 Tu 09/03 NO CLASS MONDAY SCHEDULE 04 Th 09/05 Musical Form, Tempo and Dynamics /01; 1/35; 4/01 05 Tu 09/10 Musical instruments Purcell YPGO 06 Th 09/12 Musical ensembles In class 07 Tu 09/17 Musical Style; Review of musical materials In class 08 Th 09/19 QUARTER-TERM EXAM Review above 09 Tu 09/24 PART 2: MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE MUSIC Hearing Styles; Renaissance sacred music / Th 09/26 Renaissance secular music: Italian, English madrigal / Tu 10/01 PART 4: THE BAROQUE ERA Renaissance to Baroque, Early Baroque topics T2: 116-8; in class 12 Th 10/03 Baroque opera: Purcell s Dido and Aeneas 21; ; / Tu 10/08 J.S. Bach: German Cantata (REVIEW 1 due) / Th 10/10 Handel: Baroque Oratorio /35-40 Tu 10/15 FALL BREAK (no class) 15 Th 10/17 Vivaldi: Instrumental Concerto / Tu 10/22 The Baroque suite; Other instrumental forms /1-2; 1/ Th 10/24 MID-TERM EXAM Review above Review above 18 Tu 10/29 PART 6: EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY CLASSICISM To the Age of Enlightenment; Classicism T3:187-91; In class 19 Th 10/31 Development of Musical Ideas; The Sonata Cycle / Tu 11/05 Mozart s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik as above 21 Th 11/07 Haydn s Symphonies; Theme and Variations Form / Tu 11/12 Beethoven and the Symphony in Transition / Th 11/14 Classical Concerto and Sonata (REVIEW 2 due) /41-51; 3/ Tu 11/19 PART 7: THE NINETEENTH CENTURY From Classicism to Romanticism T4: 264-5; In class 25 Th 11/21 Romantic Art Song: Schubert and Schumann /6-13; Tu 11/26 Romantic piano music: Chopin, Clara Schumann /18-21; Th 11/28 THANKSGIVING BREAK (no class) 27 Tu 12/03 Program Music: Berlioz and the Program Symphony / Th 12/05 Nationalism; Symphonic poem: Smetana / Tu 12/10 Wagner vs. Brahms (REVIEW 3 due) 55, ; / /44-48 Tu 12/17 END-TERM EXAM (14:00 16:00) as above Review above Review above [8/22/02]

3 Fall Semester 2002 (Actual class days: 15 Mondays, 14 Tuesdays, 15 Wednesdays, 15 Thursdays, 15 Fridays, 15 Saturdays. Effective class days: 15 Mondays, 15 Tuesdays, 15 Wednesdays, 15 Thursdays, 15 Fridays, 15 Saturdays) August 19, Monday August 21, Wednesday August 27, Tuesday August 28, Wednesday September 2, Monday September 3, Tuesday October Mon-Tues November 4, Monday Faculty meetings. Classes begin Last day for late registration and schedule changes (drop and add). Last day for schedule changes (add only). Labor Day holiday (no classes). State holiday makeup day (= Monday schedule) Fall Break Registration for Spring Semester 2003 begins. November 19, Tuesday Last day to remove incompletes given during Spr/Summ Nov 27 - Dec 1 Wed-Sun December 10, Tuesday Thanksgiving break. Classes end. Last day for submission of grade replacement requests. December 11, Wednesday Regular Exams begin. EXAMINATION SCHEDULE FALL SEMESTER 2002 Times class regularly meets Time and day of examination MUSC :00 MWF > 08:00 10:00 Friday 13 December MUSC :00 MWF > 08:00 10:00 Monday 16 December MUSC :00 MWF > 14:00 16:00 Wednesday 18 December MRST /299 16:00 MWF > 14:00 16:00 Monday 16 December MUSC :00 TTh > 14:00 16:00 Tuesday 17 December SCHEDULE OF CLASSES AND ASSIGNMENTS [8/22/02]

4 Class Day/Date Topic Reading due Listening 1 Tu 01/09 Introduction to the Co urse none none PART 1: THE MATERIALS OF MUSIC Chapter(s) pages CD/Track 2 Th 01/11 Rhythm, Melody (see also scales, pp ) 2, 1; ; /43 3 Tu 01/16 Harmony, Texture /01; 1/10; 3/49; 1/38 4 Th 01/18 Musical Form, Tempo and Dynamics /01; 1/35; 4/01 5 Tu 01/23 Musical instruments Purcell YPGO 6 Th 01/25 Musical ensembles, Musical style In class 7 Tu 01/30 QUARTER-TERM EXAMI NATI ON Recs. as above PART 2: MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE MUSIC 8 Th 02/01 Hearing styles; Medieval culture; plainchant, early polyphony /01, 03, 04 9 Tu 02/06 Medieval secular music: chanson (rondeau); Renaissance spirit / Th 02/08 Renaissance sacred music: motet, mass cycle /10-16; Tu 02/13 Renaissance secular music: Italian madrigal, English madrigal /19-21; 22 PART 4: THE BAROQUE ERA 12 Th 02/15 Renaissance to Baroque (pp ), Early Baroque topics / Tu 02/20 Baroque opera; J.S. Bach: cantata / Th 02/22 Handel: oratorio; Vivaldi: concerto (REVIEW 1 due) /35-40; Tu 02/27 The Baroque suite; Other instrumental forms /01-02; 1/47-49 PART 6: EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY CLASSICISM 16 Th 03/01 To the Age of Enlightenment; Classicism ; In class 17 Tu 03/06 Development of musical ideas; The sonata cycle / Th 03/08 MI D-TERM EXAMI NATI ON Recs. as above Tu 03/13 SPRING BREAK (No class) Th 03/15 SPRING BREAK (No class) 19 Tu 03/20 Sonata Form; Classical Chamber music: Mozart / Th 03/22 Theme and Variations Form; Classical Symphony: Haydn / Tu 03/27 Symphony in transition: Beethoven (REVIEW 2 due) / Th 03/29 The Classical concerto and sonata /41-51; 3/01-05 PART 7: THE NINETEENTH CENTURY 23 Tu 04/03 Classical transition; Musical Romanticism ; In class 24 Th 04/05 Romantic Art Song: Schubert, Schumann /6-13; Tu 04/10 Romantic piano music: Chopin, Clara Schumann /18-21; Tb 04/12 Program music; Program symphony: Berlioz / Tu 04/17 Nationalism; Romantic symphony; Symphonic poem: Smetana / Th 04/19 Romantic opera: Wagner, Verdi /49-54; Tu 04/24 Romantic choral music: Brahms / Th 04/26 Beginnings of modernism: Debussy ( REVIEW 3 due ) /58-62 Th 05/10 END-TERM EXAMINATION (11:00 am) Recs. as above [8/22/02]

5 Dean of Students 201 Whichard Sandra Cohen TEACHING ASSISTANT: Sunny Daniel / (252) ) Anyone who misses an exam must procure an official excuse from the University Registrar in order to qualify for a makeup, and must reschedule WITHIN 24 HOURS of the exam. The student is responsible for informing the instructor by phone or within this time limit; otherwise a grade of 0 will automatically be assigned for that exam. Makeup tests will be administered immediately after the class session following the exam (i.e., at 12:00 noon), and in no case will a makeup be scheduled later than one week after the exam missed. N.B.: There will be no makeup END-TERM EXAM [8/22/02]

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