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2008 2323 Syllabus - MUSC 2323 Late Baroque through...

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MUSC 2323 Late Baroque through Romantic Period Spring 2008 Section 1: MWF 9:30-10:20 Catlett  242/ Section 2: MWF 10:30-11:20 Catlett 242 Dr. Sanna Pederson ( [email protected] ) Office: Catlett Music Center 127F (325-3792)  Office Hours: MWF 8-9:15 and by appointment  Graduate Assistant: Katie Aldridge ( [email protected] , mail box 136 in CMC)   Course Description: MUSC 2323 is the 2nd of 3 semesters in the music history survey sequence. This year  this semester begins with the Classical era instead of the late Baroque period. The development of Western  Classical and Romantic art music in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries is traced through lectures and  readings from Richard Taruskin’s recent  Oxford History of Western Music  (Oxford University Press).  These readings are available online (learn.ou.edu) and on reserve in the music library.   The book of source readings,  Music in the Western World,  is a required  text that is available at the  university bookstore. Attendance will be taken; exams will cover lecture material not always found in the  written text. Review sheets and other study material are posted on the learn.ou.edu website. Scores and  recordings are also online and on reserve in the fine arts library.  Grading: 6 Quizzes (20%):  1/30, 2/15, 3/3, 3/12, 4/11, 4/28. The lowest grade of these 6 quizzes will not be  counted. There are no makeups for quizzes. Makeups for exams are only possible in the most  extreme circumstances and must be arranged  before  the regularly scheduled exam takes  place.                Exam on Classical Style (20%): 20 February   Exam on early Romanticism (20%):  28 March Final Exam on Late Romanticism (20%): Section 1: Tuesday, 6 May 8-10 am; Section 2:  Wednesday, 7 May 8-10 am. Written Project (20%): one written project on a topic to be assigned. Paper format to follow  guidelines in Kate L. Turabian,  A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations 6th edition (Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 1996). A copy is behind the  circulation desk in the Fine Arts Library, and in the reference section at the Bizzell Library, call#  LB 2369 .T8 1996. 
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