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MUS 151: History of Music II Western Art Music 1815 to the Present

Description
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
.3
Term description
2(3L-1P)
College
Arts and Science
Department
Music
Formerly
MUS 141/MUS 240.
Prerequisite(s)
MUS 150.
Note
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.