MUS 151: History of Music II Western Art Music 1815 to the Present
- History of Western art music with an emphasis on the main composers and their representative compositions, forms, genres, and compositional techniques including diatonicism, chromaticism, program music, impressionism, pentatonicism, octatonicism, whole-tone scale, neo-Baroque and neo-Classicism, polytonality, atonality, dodecaphony, aggregate, row partitioning and combinatoriality, total serialism, minimalism, pointilism, chance music, electronic music.
- Credit units
- Term description
- Arts and Science
- MUS 141/MUS 240.
- MUS 150.
- Required for all Music programs (B.A., B.Mus., and B.Ed./B.Mus. (Mus.Ed.) degrees). Students with credit for MUS 141 or MUS 240 may not take 151 for credit.