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Music History III

An exploration of 19th Century musical styles, chiefly romanticism, through the works of composers from 1790-1880. Students will be able to recognize, describe, and discuss features of romantic style. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the origins of romanticism including the differences from Classical style as manifest in musical practice. Students will be able to recognize, identify, and discuss works typical of the romantic period including symphony, symphonic poem, concerto, opera, lied (song), and solo/chamber works including the sonata and string quartet.

Course #
MPATC-UE 9077
Units
2
Term
Fall
Department