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MUTH 659 (001) History of Music Theory 2 – CRN 14590

Wed, 2014-07-23 15:01

MUTH 659 (001) History of Music Theory 2 – CRN 14590

Professor William Caplin

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%).

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MUTH 655 (001) Seminar in Music Theory – CRN 14641

Wed, 2014-07-23 15:00

MUTH 655 (001) Seminar in Music Theory – CRN 14641

Professor Robert Hasegawa

Analyzing spectral music

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MUTH 654 (001) Seminar in Music Theory 3 – CRN 13202

Wed, 2014-07-23 14:59

MUTH 654 (001) Seminar in Music Theory 3 – CRN 13202

Professor René Rusch

19th-century Chromaticism

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MUSR 692 (001) Media Theory and Practice Seminar – CRN 14576

Wed, 2014-07-23 14:57

MUSR 692 (001) Media Theory and Practice Seminar – CRN 14576

Professor Martha DeFrancisco

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MUMT 621 (001) Music Information Retrieval, Acquisition, Preservation – CRN 9398

Wed, 2014-07-23 14:56

MUMT 621 (001) Music Information Retrieval, Acquisition, Preservation – CRN 9398

Professor Ichiro Fujinaga

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MUMT 619 (001) Input Devices for Musical Expression – CRN 14588

Wed, 2014-07-23 14:54

MUMT 619 (001) Input Devices for Musical Expression  – CRN 14588

Professor Marcelo Wanderley

Basic technologies used in the design of input devices for musical expression, including the most common types of electronic sensors, actuators and associated conditioning circuits and examples of their application to gestural controllers. Prior knowledge of analog electronics required.

Evaluation will be based on assignments and a final project.

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MUMT 618 (001) Computational Modeling of Musical Acoustic - CRN 14587

Wed, 2014-07-23 14:52

MUMT 618 (001) Computational Modeling of Musical Acoustic - CRN 14587

Professor Gary Scavone

Methods for discrete-time modeling of musical acoustic systems, with an emphasis on digital waveguide techniques. Delay-based audio effects, artificial reverberation, musical instrument models and “physically-informed” approaches to sound synthesis. Prior experience with differential equations, digital filters, Matlab, and C/C++ is required.

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MUMT 611 (001) Music Technology Seminar 1 – CRN 14586

Wed, 2014-07-23 14:51

MUMT 611 (001) Music Technology Seminar 1 – CRN 14586

Professor Philippe Depalle

Advanced Techniques for Musical Sound Analysis

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MUHL 684 (001) Seminar in Musicology 3 – CRN 10616

Wed, 2014-07-23 14:34

MUHL 684 (001) Seminar in Musicology 3 – CRN  10616    

Professor LLoyd Whitesell

Film Music and the Meanings of Style

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MUHL 682 (001) Seminar in Musicology CRN 13238

Wed, 2014-07-23 14:04

MUHL 682 (001) Seminar in Musicology CRN 13238

Professor Steven Huebner

The Operas of Verdi

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