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MUPG 691 Vocal Seminar – CRN 12066
This seminar provides an introduction to the major treatises with emphasis on their practical application to modern performance. Through the study and discussion of both primary and secondary sources, students will observe and compare national styles. Special topics include the conventions of recitative, text-driven embellishment, and ornamentation in Handel's dramatic works.
MUpp 691 (001) Performance Practice Seminar 2 – CRN 14623
Burney's travels through Europe
Charles Burney travelled through Europe in 1770 and 1772 to collect material for his forthcoming Music History. Burney documented his travels in diaries that, in different ways, will be the point of departure for this seminar.
MUTH 659 (001) History of Music Theory 2 – CRN 14590
A survey of the major theoretical writings on harmony, rhythm, and form from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Theorists to be studied include Rameau, Kirnberger, Koch, Sechter, Hauptmann, Marx, Riemann, and Kurth.
Evaluation based on a mid-term exam (20%); final example (40%), and research paper (40%).
MUTH 655 (001) Seminar in Music Theory – CRN 14641
Analyzing spectral music