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M-LT 2101 - Music Hist 3: Classical to Post-Romantic
This class will cover techniques and styles of the following periods in music history: Late Classical (1800-1815) and Romantic and Post-Romantic Eras (1815-1900).. The class will emphasize methodologies and analytical tools that permit rigorous thinking, writing, listening and ultimately informed performing of those periods. Students will consider the works in historical context, intellectual and artistic trends and other social and cultural influences.. The class will also teach analytical academic writing and research techniques. 2-hour lecture, 1-hour lab weekly; 3 credits Prerequisite: M-LT 1102

Prerequisites M-LT 1102 / Lecture <min credit = 3.00>
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Credits 3.00
Credit Types Credit

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