Introduction to Music Listening Experience (MUGN 201) is a popular course taught in the music department that can either fulfill a 3-credit requirement for the music minor or satisfy an elective requirement. The course provides a great opportunity to address questions about the nature of music listening – how to make more sense out of what you hear when you’re attending a concert or listening to a recording. It’s also an exploration of music repertoire, with a primary focus on music of the classical tradition and how it has changed over the decades and centuries. What better way to spend part of your summer than to listen to great music and focus on how to better engage with what you’re hearing?
The course will meet as remote-synchronous.
If you have any questions, please contact the instructor, Mr. Eric Charnofsky, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer 2021 featured courses are shared at the request of the instructor.
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