MUSIC 57283: FALL 2010 MUSIC HISTORY I SECTION A

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1 MUSIC 57283: FALL 2010 MUSIC HISTORY I SECTION A Professor Stephen Schultz Lectures: M/W 1:30-2:50pm Room: CFA A2 Office: Studio for Creative Inquiry, CFA 111 Office Hours: M/W 12:30-1:20pm Telephone: (412) OVERVIEW: This class will be an in-depth analytical survey of music of the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical Periods. It will emphasize selected genres and forms by representative composers in order to trace the evolution of musical style and to clarify the main characteristics of these periods. OBJECTIVES: (from the Bond's textbook) - Students will gain a greater understanding of music's emotional power and its role in society. Students will gain a sense of changing musical styles across time. Students will gain a greater ability to talk and write about music ASSESSMENT: - Students successfully completing a course in music history, with areaspecific literature that will provide appropriate skills, knowledge, and experience to prepare them for their careers. Students gaining an intimate knowledge of specific repertoire and pedagogical methods and how they are applied to the development of knowledge and performance skills. Students demonstrating the ability to clearly communicate musical ideas and concepts through oral and written skills. REQUIRED MATERIALS: TEXT: A History Of Music In Western Culture Third Edition Mark Evan Bonds Pearson Prentice Hall 2010 SUPPLEMENTS: Anthology of Scores to A History of Music in Western Culture: Volume I: Antiquity through the Baroque Era Volume II: The Classical Era through the Twentieth Century Mark Evan Bonds Pearson Prentice Hall 2006

2 NOTE: Please bring the appropriate volume of the Anthology to each class session. It is not necessary to bring the textbook to class. ATTENDANCE: All students are required to attend every lecture. No unexcused absences will be tolerated and these absences will affect your grade. Students must assume full responsibility for all missed work. GRADING: In Class Analysis/Instrument Report 11/3 20% In Class Quizzes 20% Shared Midterm Exam Online, Week VIII 30% Final Presentations In Class on 11/29 and 12/1 30% CO-TEACHING: I will be way on tour for five weeks this semester and Christopher Ruth, from the University of Pittsburgh, has graciously offered to teach for me when I am gone. LISTENING: Repertoire and Listening for Musicians III Paul Johnston The listening requirements for this class are Music 57289: Repertoire and Listening for Musicians III, offered on-line. For Prof. Johnston s class, you will need to purchase the following scores: Beethoven Complete Quartets (Dover full score) Mozart Requiem (Dover full score) Handel Concerti Grossi, Op. 6, online at IN CLASS ANALYSIS: Throughout the semester, we will be looking at musical scores from the two Anthology books. Please be prepared to discuss the appropriate pieces at each class session. INSTRUMENT RESEARCH: During the semester, you will research the history of your own instrument, both online and in the library. Be prepared to discuss your results in class on 11/3. IN-CLASS QUIZZES: They will be based on the weekly readings and will be a surprise. MIDTERM EXAM: The Midterm will be a shared exam with the online Repertoire and Listening for Musicians III. It will be administered by Paul Johnston, jointly graded by both of us and will count for 30% of your grade for BOTH classes.

3 FINAL PRESENTATIONS: November 29 and December 1 In the last two class sessions, student groups will give a 20-minute oral presentation on an approved topic of their choice. This will be the final exam for the class. Be as creative and imaginative as possible, using CDs, DVDs, and other materials to illustrate your topic. COURSE CALENDAR Week I Transition to Baroque (August 23) Chris Ruth Baroque Opera (August 25) Chris Ruth Text: pp Analysis: I: pp , , Week II Baroque Vocal (August 30) Chris Ruth Baroque Instrumental (September 1) Chris Ruth Text: pp Week III NO CLASS/LABOR DAY (September 6) Trio Sonata/Concerto Grosso (September 8) Text: pp Analysis: I: pp , Week IV The Fugue: Handel and Bach (September 13) The Mass/Bach (September 15) Analysis: I: pp Week V Pre-Classical Styles (September 20) Chris Ruth Classical Symphony I: Haydn (September 22) Chris Ruth Text: pp Analysis: II: pp.4-5, 13-19, Week VI Classical Symphony II: Mozart (September 27) Chris Ruth Haydn s Creation and (September 29) Chris Ruth Mozart s Requiem Text: pp Analysis: II: pp.17-28,

4 Week VII The String Quartet (October 4) Chris Ruth Class Choice (October 6) Chris Ruth Week VIII Beethoven: Early Symphonies (October 11) The Piano Sonata and Concerto (October 13) Analysis: II: pp.45-61, Listening: SHARED MIDTERM ONLINE Week IX Live Performance: Beethoven Sonatas (October 18) Classical Opera: Mozart and Beethoven (October 20) Text: pp.2-24 Analysis: II: pp Week X Middle Ages I: Chant (October 25) Middle Ages II: Polyphony (October 27) Text: pp Analysis: I: pp.1-12, 14-15, Week XI Middle Ages III (November 1) Instrumental Reports (November 3) Text: pp Analysis: I: pp.31-44, Week XII Renaissance Vocal I (November 8) Renaissance Vocal II (November 10) Text: pp Analysis: I: pp.51-53, 57-67, Week XIII Renaissance Vocal III/Instrumental (November 15) Potpourri (November 17) Text: pp Analysis: I: pp.85-89, , Week XIV Transition to Baroque (November 22) NO CLASS/THANKSGIVING (November 24) Text: pp Analysis: I: pp

5 Week XV Final Presentations (November 29) Final Presentations (December 1)

6 TO ACCESS ONLINE MUSIC ON BLACKBOARD: The weekly music listening assignments are posted on Blackboard. You will first need RealPlayer installed on your computer. This can be downloaded for free by going to and choosing the correct player for your computer's system. 1. Click on URL (on the blackboard site). 2. Enter User ID and Password. This will launch Real Player and you should begin hearing the music. PLEASE NOTE: If using a Mac, you may need to download Real One Player instead. RealPlayer may not work with some model Macs. Feel free to contact Andrew Perlman in the music library at Hunt with other concerns or questions. TO ACCESS THESE MUSIC FILES OFF CAMPUS You must now go to: reless_access Login and then download AnyConnect This app must be launched in order for you to be able to listen to the RealPlayer music files.

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