In order to be able to take this course students must have passed the course Music Theory or have a similar level of knowledge and skills.
In this tutorial students will learn how to analyze compositions from different musical styles. They will enlarge their understanding of the workings of the musical language by listening, reading and analyzing. If the composition of the group enables it there will also be active music making in the form of singing.
Different methods of analysis will be discussed. The purpose is to make students more aware of what is heard in the music, and also why it sounds as it does.
Second semester, 2015-2016
The lectures will take place in the Lipsiusbuilding, Thursdays from 15.15-17.00, room 148.
The first lecture will be on Thursday 4 February 2016.
The last lecture will be on Thursday 19 May 2016.
PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS NO LECTURE ON THURSDAY 25 FEBRUARY 2016, THURSDAY 21 APRIL, THURSDAY 28 APRIL, AND THURSDAY 5 MAY.
Please also note: The lecture on 3 March will be in Lipsius 002!
Mode of instruction
Tutorial. Self study using texts and scores
Mode of Assesment
No literature is required. The necessary texts scores will be handed out by the teacher.
Register for this course via uSis.
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