MUS 121-* Introduction to Listening
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UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA
PRINCIPLES OF M1CROECONOMICS
ALSTON HALL 10
Instructor: Dr. Kent O. Zirlott, PhD University of Alabama 2007
Office: 228 Alston Hall
Office Hours: Mon. and Wed. from 12 to 1:30 PM and Tues. and Thurs. from 1 to 3
Elements of Music
The sounds created by instruments are called notes. They are
a result of vibrations activated by a sounding body.
The highness or lowness of a note is called a pitch.
How do we understand the difference? (pitch vs pitch class).
Review Questions for Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4
These will cover some of the topics discussed in class. Use only as an additional resource. They will not
take the place of class notes.
Top 4 Commonly asked questions and answers:
1. If I know everything on the st
MUS 121 Acceptable ONLINE Concert List (choose one)
1. Symphony No. 9 From the New World
a. Composer: Antonin Dvorak
b. Orchestra: Vienna Philharmonic
2. Luciano Pavarotti - The Man And His Music (voice), live
American Literature II
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Office: Rowan Johnson #19
Office Phone: 348-7967
Office Hrs: MWF 12 2:00 & by Appt
Fall Semester 2016
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Make sure you can outline the scientific method, including each of the steps
Ask a Question.
Do Background Research.
Construct a Hypothesis.
Test Your Hypothesis by Doing an Experiment.
Analyze Your Data and Draw a Conclusion.
Communicate Your Results.
[6. The demand for your basic Old Navy T-shirt is given by the equation Qa = 400 - 20F, and
the supply equation is given by the equation Q.- = 100 + 301. From this information, please
- Solve the demand and supply equations.
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