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Gcan 133 - History of Music I

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TOURO COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS NEW YORK SCHOOL OF CAREER AND APPLIED STUDIES DEPARTMENT COURSE TITLE COURSE NUMBER PREREQUISITES CREDIT HOURS DEVELOPER LAST UPDATE Art History of Music I GCA 133 Introduction to Music I Basic Listening 4 Irene Gordon Michael Sahl and Members of the Arts Faculty January 20 2004 COURSE DESCRIPTION The history of music beginning with the first civilizations including Greece Rome and including the Jewish liturgical tradition and the traditional music of Western Civilization up to 1900 COURSE DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES The goals of this course will include understanding the role of music in a society understanding the role of the composer the producers the players and the audience in the evolution of music appreciating the various genres and styles of music being able to relate music to other cultural forms analysis of specific musical compositions from different periods identifying the great music literature of the periods studied COURSE INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES 1 To promote study of traditional liberal arts and sciences 1 To foster an appreciation of scholarship and enhance research skills in Music 2 To further professional and pre professional career interests of students in the field s of Music 3 To develop critical reading and listening skills To foster analytical and quantitative thinking 4 To promote a sensitivity to ethical issues and promote moral reasoning 5 To prepare students to communicate clearly and effectively in written form 6 To prepare students to communicate clearly and effectively in spoken form 7 To foster students abilities to access and evaluate information objectively and effectively 8 To foster a respect for and appreciation of cultural diversity COURSE CONTENT a Music in History b Music in Society c The role of the composer producers players and audience in the production of music d Greek and Roman Music e Jewish liturgical Style f Medieval European music g Renaissance Music h Baroque Music I Classical Music j



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