MUSC031 - SYMPHONY

This course will focus on a specific repertoire of representative symphonies by such composers as Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Berlioz, Schumann, Brahms, Tchaikowsky, and Mahler. Historical developments will be considered, along with the effects upon symphonic literature of such major sociological changes as the emergence of the public concert hall. But the emphasis will be on the music itself--particularly on the ways we can sharpen our abilities to engage and comprehend the composers' musical rhetoric. Topics will alternate term to term. Fulfills Arts and Letters sector and Cross Cultural Analysis Requirements.
Section 601 - LEC

W 0500PM-0800PM

SMITH, BRADLEY

MUSIC BUILDING 102