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MUSIC APPRECIATION MUSC 325 Instructor - Donna Axton

Spring 2014 Sierra Nevada College

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R /&ir # T 0(1 3itle0 4IS3'NIN5 36 MUSIC /- Craig .rig7t "plus t7e 2-CD set o8 listening exa,ples # C$&r' D '+rip(i$n1 37is is a 3-credit surve- course 97ic7 e,p7asi:es li8elong listening s;ills t7at encourage an appreciation o8 ,usic( Music as an expression o8 cultural! aest7etic! religious and spiritual ideals and ideas( <e- ,usical concepts and 8unda,ental ,usic notation literac-( S(&# n( O&(+$) '1 1( 37e student 9ill learn to aurall- identi8- ,a=or ,usical ele,ents! 8or,s! and st-les covered in lectures and text( 2( 37e student 9ill /eco,e 8luent in discussing ,usical 9or;s using ,usical ter,s and expressions( 3( 37e student 9ill ;no9 relevant 8acts a/out i,portant ,usical 9or;s and co,posers( 4( 37e student 9ill practice /eing an attentive listener( ( 37e student 9ill develop con8idence and en=o-,ent in listening to all t-pes o8 ,usic( %( 37e student 9ill clari8- t7eir o9n ,usical pre8erences and values t7roug7 critical listening s;ills( M (-$#' $* A'' ''ing S(&# n( O&(+$) ' Attendance and participation .ritten 7o,e9or; 8or eac7 c7apter reading assign,ents( 4istening assign,ent response papers Concert response papers 2resentations

In'(r&+(i$n!% '(r!( gi '1 Assigned reading! assigned listening! 8ield trips to ,usical events! lecture! ,usic ,a;ing! in-class concerts /- guest ,usicians0 live per8or,ance o8 representative 9or;s( 2r!#ing p$%i+3 A33'NDANC' AND 2A+3ICI2A3I6N 300 points .+I33'N *6M'.6+< 400 points "*o,e9or; ,ust /e turned in on due date 8or 8ull credit(# '>AMS 300 points A ? @00-1000 A ? $00 - $@@ C ? &00 - &@@ D ? %00 - %@@ B ? /elo9 %00
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Course 6utline Spring 2014 .ee; 1 5 #n '#!36 7!n&!r3 22 Introduction! S-lla/us 4i/rar- resources INTRODUCTION TO LISTENIN2 How to listen so you really hear music .ee; 2 M$n#!36 7!n&!r3 28 +eading due0 C7apter 1 1 37e 2o9er o8 Music C7apter 2 1 +7-t7,! Melod- and *ar,on5 #n '#!36 7!n&!r3 29 +eading due0 C7apter 3 1 Color! 3exture and Bor, C7apter 4 1 Musical St-le MIDDLE A2ES AND RENAISSANCE6 48:-1:00 Here come Michelangelo, Donatello, Raphael and Leonardo .ee; 3 M$n#!36 ; ,r&!r3 3 +eading due0 C7apter - Medieval Music C7apter % - +enaissance Music 5 #n '#!36 ; ,r&!r3 5 2resentations 1 Musical Instru,ents Thurs Feb.6 th 5 !" pm Music, Memory and the #rain, Dr. $etr %anata & T'() *!+ )at. Feb. ,th *"am Rusal-a by D.ora- & Met /pera HD Li.e & mo.ie theaters BARO<UE PERIOD6 1:00-1850 Things get 0ancy & #ach rules .ee; 4 M$n#!36 ; ,r&!r3 10 +eading due0 C7apter & - Introduction to AaroCue Art and Music C7apter $ 1 'arl- AaroCue 5 #n '#!36 ; ,r&!r3 12 +eading due0 C7apter @ 1 3o9ard 4ate AaroCue C7apter 11 - *andel Thurs. Feb. *!th, 1pm, Li2 $itcairn3T/''4T4 & )t. $atric-5s 65 #ruch 7iolin 'oncerto, )aint8)aens $iano 'oncerto 9:, #ach Magni0icat

.ee; M$n#!36 ; ,r&!r3 18 - N$ C%!'' = Pr 'i# n(>' D!3 5 #n '#!36 ; ,r&!r3 19 +eading due0 C7apter 10 1 4ate AaroCue - Aac7 L3rans8iguration o8 t7e AaroCue0 Mo7ann Se/astian Aac7L

CLASSICAL PERIOD 1850-1?20


Mo:art leads t7e 9a- to Aeet7oven(

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M$n#!36 ; ,r&!r3 24 +eading due0 C7apter 12 1 Classical St-le C7apter 14 1 Classical Bor,s 1 3ernar- and Sonata-Allegro C7apter 1 1 Classical Bor,s 1 37e,e and Hariation 5 #n '#!36 ; ,r&!r3 2: +eading due0 C7apter 13 1 *a-dn and Mo:art L2rodig- 8ro, Sal:/urg - .ol8gang Mo:artL )at. March *st, *"am $rince ;gor by #orodin, Met /pera HD Li.e, mo.ie theaters )unday, March :nd < pm= Tuesday March <th, 1 !" pm $ioneer 'enter Reno 8 >e.ada Reno $hilharmonic & )tra.ins-y $etrush-a, Rachmanino00 $iano 'oncerto 9!

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M$n#!3 M!r+- 3 +eading due0 C7apter 1% 1 Classical Instru,ental Music "S-,p7on-# C7apter 1& 1 Hocal Music 5 #n '#!36 M!r+- 5 In-class Mo:art Mupiter S-,p7on- Mvt( 4

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M$n#!36 M!r+- 10 Due0 Mid-ter, ta;e 7o,e Mid-ter, revie9 5 #n '#!36 M!r+- 12 '>AM0 in-class ,id-ter, )at. March *5th, *"am ?erther by Massenet & Met /pera HD Li.e & mo.ie theaters Spring Br !@ = M!r+- 18-21

No classes 7eld

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M$n#!36 M!r+- 24 A,adeus 5 #n '#!36 M!r+- 2: +eading due0 C7apter 1& - Aeet7oven D37e Aridge to +o,anticis,0 4ud9ig van Aeet7ovenF D+evolutionar- 8ro, Aonn0 4ud9ig van Aeet7ovenF ROMANTICISM 1?20-1900 4ove! traged-! /eaut-! po9er! nature

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M$n#!36 M!r+- 31 +eading due0 C7apter 1@ 1 Introduction to +o,antic Music C7apter 20 1 Art Song 5 #n '#!36 Apri% 2 +eading due0 C7apter 21 1 2rogra, Music! Aallet C7apter 22 1 2iano Music
Thursday and )aturday, 4pril !, 5 1 pm 8 )>' 'hoir 'oncert, Sc7u/ert Mass in 5 )t. $atric-5s (piscopal 'hurch, ;ncline 7illage )at. 4pril 5th, *"am La #oheme by $uccini, Met /pera HD Li.e, mo.ie theaters

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M$n#!36 Apri% 8 +eading due0 C7apter 23 1 Italian 6pera C7apter 24 1 5er,an 6pera C7apter 2 1 +ealistic 6pera 5 #n '#!36 Apri% 9 +eading due0 C7apter 2% 1 4ate +o,antic 6rc7estral Music MODERN AND POSTMODERN ART MUSIC 1??0 = pr ' n( 37ings get re/ellious and cra:-

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M$n#!36 Apri% 14 +eading due0 C7apter 2& 1 I,pressionis, and 'xoticis, 5 #n '#!36 Apri% 1: +eading due0 C7apter 2$ 1 Modernis, in Music and Art C7apter 2@ 1 'arl- 20t7 Centur- Music

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M$n#!36 Apri% 21 +eading due0 C7apter 30 1 +ussian and 'astern 'urope Modernis,N 5 #n '#!36 Apri% 23 +eading due0 C7apter 32 1 A,erican Modernis,
)at. 4pril :6th, *"am 'osi 0an Tutte by Mo2art, Met /pera HD Li.e, mo.ie theaters

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M$n#!36 Apri% 2? +eading due0 C7apter 33 1 2ost,odernis, The #anshee 5 #n '#!36 Apri% 30 +eading due0 C7apter 33-3% 1 A,erican Music

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M$n#!36 M!3 5 BINA4 +'HI'. Study days: Wednesday May 7 and Thursday May 8 ;INAL EXAM1 ;ri#!36 M!3 9(- = 3-: p)
)at. May *"th La 'enerentola @'inderella & a comedyA by Rossini Met /pera HD Li.e, mo.ie theaters
May *< 8 )>' #roadway concert 8 1 pm.

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