MUMT 611 (001) Music Technology Seminar 1 – CRN 14586 Professor Philippe Depalle Advanced Techniques for Musical Sound Analysis
MUHL 684 (001) Seminar in Musicology 3 – CRN 10616 Professor LLoyd Whitesell Film Music and the Meanings of Style
MUGT 613 (001) Seminar - Music Education 2 – CRN 6359 Professor Isabelle Cossette Understanding the Performing Body This course is designed for performance, pedagogy and music education students interested in understanding how to use their body in an optimal, healthy and efficient way.
MUCO 631 (001) Seminar in Composition 6 – CRN 14640 Professor Christopher Harman Witold Lutoslawski and Krzysztof Penderecki
MUPG 590 (001) Vocal Styles and Conventions – CRN 15669 Professor Anja Strauss This seminar explores vocal performance practices through practical application: text, language, inflection, pronunciation and interpretation considered with the individuality of each student’s voice and technical development. After examining historical treatises, students will discuss and present musical selections using modern performance standards while remaining true to the stylistic demands of each period.
MUPP 695 (001) Performance Practice Seminar 2 – CRN 19624 Professor Julie Cumming What did Renaissance musicians know? Historical pedagogy and Renaissance vocal polyphony in the age of Josquin
MUPP 694 (001) Performance Practice Seminar – CRN 19647 Professor Lena Weman-Ericsson Sacred Cantatas by J. S. Bach
MUPP 690 (001) Performance Practice Seminar – CRN 6791 Professor Isabelle Cossette Coping Strategies for Optimal Performance This course is designed for performance, pedagogy and music education students interested in understanding performance anxiety, its effect on the body and existing coping strategies.
MUTH 652 (001) Seminar in Music Theory 1 – CRN 12099 Professor Jonathan Wild Tuning and Temperament: Historical and Speculative Approaches
MUMT 620 (001) Gestural Control of Sound Synthesis – CRN 8648 Professor Marcelo Wanderley This seminar examines the use of computers as part of novel digital musical instruments, including physical gestures and actions, design and evaluation of new interfaces for musical expression, and mapping strategies between gestures and sounds. Basic knowledge of sound synthesis methods is required.
MUMT 617 (001) Timbre Form-Bearing Dimension in Music – CRN 19281 Professor Stephen McAdams