Spring 2015 - Undergraduate Course Description
Instructor
Javadova-Spitzberg, Jamila
Discipline and Number
MUSI 3322 Section 001
Day
TR Time 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Course Title
Classical Rebels

Description of Course:

This course is about the most enigmatic and controversial figures in the history of Western classical music from Renaissance to the Twentieth Century. Insanity, violence, sex, politics and revolution: these terms aren't often used in conjunction with classical music composers, but they accurately describe attributes of the lives of many of the greatest classical musicians. The class will incorporate readings, recordings and film to explore the fascinating music and troubled lives of classical "bad boy geniuses" such as C. Gesualdo, R. Schumann, F. Liszt, R. Wagner, I. Stravinsky, A. Schoenberg and others.


Prerequisite: ARTS 1301 or equivalent or instructor consent required.

It is assumed that students who enroll in the course are able to read, write and listen to Western classical music.

Required Texts:

No required Textbook.

Course Requirements/Evaluation Criteria:

TBA

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