MHL 142 Music Listening. (1) N
Aural perception of a variety of music traditions, genres, forms, and techniques. Prerequisite: Music major.
MHL 152 Jazz Listening. (1) N
An introduction to jazz forms, idioms, and major innovators.
MHL 201 MacLiteracy for Musicians. (3) F, S, SS
Instruction in basic Macintosh computer literacy, including generic applications and music-specific programs with hands-on experience. Ability to read music notation required. Lecture, lab. General Studies: N3.
MHL 341 Music History. (3) F, S
Western music from the Greeks to the present day. Need not be taken in sequence with MHL 342. Prerequisite: MTC 221.
MHL 342 Music History. (3) F, S
See MHL 341. Prerequisite: MTC 221.
MHL 344 Music in World Cultures. (3) F, S
Examination of the relations among music, dance, theatre, religion, and social status in Asia, Africa, Oceania, Europe, and the United States. General Studies: HU, G.
MHL 352 The Evolution of Jazz. (3) F '96
Origin, development, and styles of jazz music and its exponents. Prerequisite: MTC 223. General Studies: H.
MHL 438 Music in the Classic Era. (3) F '96
Development of the classic style of the 18th century; major works of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven. Prerequisites: MHL 341, 342; MTC 327. General Studies: H.
MHL 439 Music in the 19th Century. (3) F '97
European art music after Beethoven. Prerequisites: MHL 341, 342; MTC 327. General Studies: L2, H.
MHL 441 Music of the Baroque Era. (3) F '97
Works of major composers and stylistic tendencies of the period. Prerequisites: MHL 341, 342; MTC 327. General Studies: L2, H.
MHL 447 Music Since 1900. (3) F, SS
Survey of the works by major composers and stylistic trends. Prerequisites: MHL 341, 342; MTC 327. General Studies: L2, H.
MHL 456 History of Opera. (3) S '97
The development of opera from its creation c. 1600 to present. Emphasis placed on major stylistic developments and representative works. Prerequisites: MHL 341, 342; MTC 222.
MHL 466 North American Indian Music. (3) S '97
Various styles of Indian music in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Open to Music majors and nonmajors. General Studies: L2/HU, C.
MHL 532 Music Bibliography. (3) F
Major historical and analytical writings; systematic and historical collections of music. Reading knowledge of a foreign language recommended.
MHL 535 Medieval Music. (3) S '97
Music of Europe in the Middle Ages, Gregorian chant, religious, and secular monophony and polyphony to 1400.
MHL 536 Music of the Renaissance. (3) S '98
Music in Europe, with emphasis on stylistic concepts and changes, c. 1400–1580.
MHL 544 World Music I. (3) F '97
Music of traditional and folk cultures of Africa, Europe, and the Americas.
MHL 545 World Music II. (3) F '96
Traditional, folk, and art music of the Pacific, Near East, and Asia.
MHL 547 Topics in American Music. (3) S '97
Selected topics in the history of music. Composers working in the Americas with emphasis upon music since 1900.
MHL 557 Topics in Symphonic Literature. (3) S '98
An examination of the evolution of the symphony and symphonic poem from the early classic era through the 19th century, with emphasis on the analysis of selected works.
MHL 566 Area Studies in Ethnomusicology. (3) S '98
Study of the music of a particular culture, country, or area (e.g., music of Mexico, Latin America, China, Africa). May be repeated for credit.
MHL 568 Introduction to Ethnomusicology. (3) F '97
Introduction to the theory and methodology of the discipline, including bibliography, fieldwork, transcription, analysis, and organology.
MHL 575 History of Choral Music. (3) F
Major choral works.
MHL 644 Notation of Polyphonic Music. (3) S '98
Music notation from the 15th through 17th centuries, including problems of transcription into modern notation.
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