210syll_-_spr_'08 - SYLLABUS Music 210 Music Appreciation...

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SYLLABUS Music 210 - Music Appreciation Spring Semester 2008 Dr. Daniel Rash Brooks Rm. 205 [email protected] Office: 214 Brooks Center; phone: 656-3453 Department of Performing Arts: 656-3043 Office hours: MW 1:00–3:00 TTH 2:00–3:00 or by appt. Purpose of course: The goals of a course of this nature are expressed in the preface of the Kerman text. The primary goal of this course is to expand the student's listening experience by embracing music of the fine arts in addition to that of the popular idioms. There are two aspects: (1) learning to listen to music intelligently, i.e., with acquired knowledge and understanding; and (2) gaining a basic knowledge of major composers and of the vocabulary/terminology used in discussing music. Text: Joseph Kerman, Listen: Sixth Edition . Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2008. Textbook website: http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/listen Please note: You are required to bring your textbook to class each day so that you can follow the listening outlines. Listening: CDs are available for purchase at the Campus Bookstore (optional). Supplemental musical examples will be played to enhance and improve your listening skills. Class attendance: A considerable portion of your classroom experience in this course will involve guided listening to music. Aural demonstrations are in the nature of laboratory work; this type of work cannot be "made up" outside of class. If a student is absent, outside study is not a
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course MUSIC 210 taught by Professor Craig during the Spring '07 term at Clemson.

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