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2023-2024 Graduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog
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MUHI 6347 - Issues in Symphonic Literature


Credits: 3

An exploration of cultural, historical, analytical, aesthetic, and scholarly issues related to representative symphonic works. Addresses forms, compositional approaches, vocal writing, and orchestration, with a focus on the ways symphonic works interact with larger cultural and historical trends around the time of their genesis and in the world today. Students are expected to demonstrate 1) an ability to understand and respond to recent and advanced scholarly writing on symphonic literature and 2) an ability to follow arguments informed by music analysis, to present analytical points deduced from listening and score study, to undertake original research on symphonic works, and to report their research findings. Offered every Fall semester. Prerequisite: MUHI 6335 , MUED 6340 , or instructor permission.



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