MUL 2010 Music Appreciation TR 11 am - Lake

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Lake-Sumter State College Course Syllabus
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Description:
Instructor:
Course Title
Music Appreciation
MUL 2010
10723
Credit:
3
Term:
Fall 2015
This course is an introduction to various music elements, practices and styles found primarily
in Western Art music. This course is intended for non-music majors and majors; no prior
musical experience is necessary for success in this class.
Dr. Charise Lindsay
Contact Information:
Office Location:
Office Hours:
FA 202
Email contact:
[email protected]
Phone contact:
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All students are required to use Lakehawk Mail for official college e-mail communications.
See the college webpage for instructions on activating Lakehawk Mail.
Prerequisite:
Co-requisite:
Textbook and Other
Course Materials:
Technology and Online
Computer Access
Requirements:
None
None
Music: An Appreciation – Brief, by Roger Kamien.
Publisher: McGraw Hill Education
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Course Objectives:
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Student Learning
Outcomes (SLOs)
Assessed in this Course:
(what the students take
with them beyond this
course)
The student will demonstrate knowledge of a wide selection of musical literature,
the principal eras, genres, and cultural sources.
The student will demonstrate knowledge of representative works of the past and
present necessary to evaluate the quality of musical works and performances
The student wil demonstrate knowledge of music history and literature of Western
and non-Western cultures, including ethnic/multicultural contributions to music, and
the relationship of music to other arts.
The student will write article discussions and complete concert reports related to
music that is primarily Western Art Music.
The student will listen to, identify, and discuss audio performances of music.
The student will prepare creative assignments to supplement understanding of music
and music history concepts and facts.
The student will read about and discuss the relationship of Western and nonWestern music to society and other fine arts.
The overall outcome is for students to become educated consumers of music and to be able to listen,
understand, and appreciate the formal components of music from major genres and/or historical style
periods.
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Academic Integrity:
Important Information
for Students with
Disabilities:
The successful functioning of the academic community demands honesty, which is the basis
of respect for both ideas and persons. In the academic community, there is an ongoing
assumption of academic integrity at all levels. There is the expectation that work will be
independently thoughtful and responsible as to its sources of information and inspiration.
Honesty is an appropriate consideration in other ways as well, including but not limited to the
responsible use of library resources, responsible conduct in examinations, and the responsible
use of the Internet. (See college catalog for complete statement.)
Any student with a documented disability who requires assistance or academic
accommodations should contact the Office for Students with Disabilities immediately to
discuss eligibility. The Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) is located on the Leesburg
Campus, but arrangements can be made to meet with a student on any campus. An
appointment can be made by calling 352-365-3589 and specific information about the OSD
and potential services can be found at www.lssc.edu, then go to “Quick Links” and click on
Disability Services.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR
Part99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of a student’s education records. In order for
Privacy Policy (FERPA): your information to be released, a form must be signed and in your records located in the
Admissions/Registrar’s Office.
Attendance / Withdrawal
Policies:
Withdrawal Deadline:
Methods of Evaluation:
Grading Scale:
Course Calendar:
Attendance and participation are required. A maximum of 3 absences are allowed.
NO DOCTORS NOTE NECESSARY. Exceeding this number will result in a 3.33% grade
reduction for each additional absence. Students must demonstrate academic and
professional responsibility.
Being absent will not excuse you from quizzes, exams, or due dates.
November 2, 2015
2 Concert Reports, 2 article reviews, creative assignments
10 %
Quizzes (Written/Listening)
50 %
Listening Project
10 %
Final Exam 290-3-3-.32 (2)(a)1.(ii)
15 %
Attendance transfers 290-3-3-.32 (2)(a)1.(i)
15 %
Total = 100 %
90-100% = A
80-89 = B
70-79 = C
60-69 = D
59 and below = F
WEEK1
8/25 – 1. Sound:Pitch Dynamics, Tone Color
2. Performing Media: Voies and Instruments
3. Rhythm
4. Music Notation
8/27 – 5. Melody
6. Harmony
7. Key
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8. Musical Texture
WEEK 2
9/1 – 9, Musical Form
10. Musical Style
Review
Exam 1
9/3 – Part II – 1. Music in the Middle Ages
2. Music in the Renaissance
WEEK 3
9/8 – Exam 2
Part III – 1. Baroque Music
2. Music in Baroque Society
3. The Concerto Grosso and Ritornello Form
9/10 – 4. The Fugue
5. The Elements of Opera
6. Opera in Baroque Era
WEEK 4
9/15 – 7.
8. Henry Purcell
9. The Baroque Sonata
10. Antonio Vivaldi
11. Johann Sebastian Bach
9/17 – 12. The Baroque Suite
13. The Chorale and Church Cantata
14. The Oratorio
WEEK 5
9/22 – 15. George Frideric Handel
Review
Exam 3
9/24 – Part IV – 1. The Classical Style
2. Composer, Patron, and Public in the Classical Period
3. Sonata Form
4. Theme and Variations
WEEK 6
9/29 – CONCERT REPORT 1 DUE
5. Minuet and Trio
6. Rondo
7. The Classical Symphony
8. The Classical Concerto
10/1 – 9. Classical Chamber Music
10. Joseph Haydn
11. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
12. Ludwig van Beethoven
WEEK 7
10/6 – Exam 4
10/8 – Catch up Day
WEEK 8
10/13 – Part V – 1. Romanticism in Music
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2. Romantic Composers and their Public
3. The Art Song
4. Franz Schubert
10/15 – 5. Robert Schumann
6. Frederic Chopin
7. Franz Liszt
8. Felix Mendelssohn
WEEK 9
10/20 – ARTICLE REVIEW 1 DUE
9. Program Music
10. Hector Berlioz
11. Nationalism in 19th Century Music
12. Antonin Dvorak
10/22 – 13. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsy
14. Johannes Brahms
15. Giuseppe Verdi
16. Giacomo Puccini
WEEK 10
10/27 – 17. Richard Wagner
Review
Exam 5
10/29 – Part VI – 1. Musical Styles: 1900-1945
2. Music and Musicians in Society since 1900
WEEK 11
11/3 – 5. Neoclassicism
6. Igor Stravinsky
7. Expressionism
8. Arnold Schoenberg
11/5 – 9. Alban Berg
10. Anton Wevern
11. Bela Bartock
WEEK 12
11/10 – 12. Music in America
13. Amy Beach
14. Charles Ives
15. George Gershwin
11/12 – 16. William Grant Still
17. Aaron Copland
18. Alberto Ginastera
19. Musical Styles since 1945
WEEK 13
11/17 – 10. Music Since 1945: Five Representative Pieces
21. Jazz
11/19 – 22. Music for Stage and Scree
23. Rock
Review
WEEK 14
11/24 – Exam 6
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Classroom Rules and
Policies:
Violence Statement:
Syllabus Disclaimer:
ARTICLE REVIEWS
ATTENDANCE
TRANSFERS
CREATIVE
COMPONENT
CONCERT REPORTS
Part VII – 1. Music in Nonwestern Cultures
2. Music in Sub-Saharan Africa
3. Classical Music of India
11/26 – THANKSGIVING – NO SCHOOL
WEEK 15
12/1 – Review
Wrap Up
12/3 – Review
Wrap Up
WEEK 16 – FINAL EXAM WEEK
12/8 – 10:00 am FINAL EXAM
ARTICLE REVIEW 2 DUE
CONCERT REPORT 2 DUE
1. Prompt Attendance is expected. It is your responsibility to find out what was missed
in class if you are absent
2. Exams will not be made up without a doctor’s note or other qualifying
documentation
3. Daily attendance transfers will not be made up.
4. If you arrive late, discreetly enter the classroom and join in at that point.
5. Your full attention is expected in class. Do not allow cell phones or apps and
webpages on your laptop/tablet to distract you.
6. You may use laptops or tablets to take notes. However if this privilege is abused, your
grade may suffer or this privilege will be revoked.
Lake-Sumter State College has a policy of zero tolerance for violence as stated in College
Board Rule 2.17. Appropriate disciplinary action will be taken in accordance with Board Rule
2.17.
Information contained in this syllabus is, to the best knowledge of this instructor, considered
correct and complete when distributed to the student. The instructor reserves the right, acting
within policies and procedures of Lake-Sumter State College, to make necessary changes in
course content or instructional techniques without prior notice or obligation to the student.
The article review requires that you read and summarize an article that pertains to music from
the Classical Era through modern music. In addition to the summary, you will explain how it
directly and indirectly relates to music history. Articles must come from reliable, peerreviewed sources like what you would find on jstor. Sources, such as Wikipedia, blogs and
personal websites are not appropriate sources
Attendance transfers apply what we have been studying to something you have experienced
in another area of your life. These will be completed in the first few minutes of each class.
They are not to be written ahead of time. Full credit is received if a thoughtful transfer is
handed in
On occasion, Dr. Lindsay will give an assignment of a creative nature to deepen your
understanding of the course. The assignments are not scheduled, but appropriate time for
completion will be provided. It is important to become aware of these assignments if you
are absent. You may contact Dr. Lindsay or other classmates. Being absent will not excuse
you from the assignment.
You will complete 2 recital/concert reports during the semester. The format for these will be
provided subsequently. Both concerts must be live performances. One must be Classical in
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nature. The other may be popular music. To receive credit, you must turn in the program and
a written report.
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