MUSIC 301- Form Analysis
Instructor: Dr. Steven Errante
Attendance: attendance is not taken; quizzes and tests may not be made up except in case of verified personal emergency
Grade: All grades are weighted. short daily assignments are given 1 to 2 points, bigger projects 4 - 6 points, and exams 4 - 6 points
Exams: two major, one final (Monday, Dec. 7, 8 - 11 a.m.). Exams will cover knowledge of forms, knowledge of the specific pieces we studied (what forms they illustrate), and ability to analyze both written and aural examples
Assignments: late assignments reduced one full letter grade; not accepted beyond one class period late. There will be a major assignment, an in-class presentation on a movement from a Beethoven symphony, during the unit on Classical Period multi-movement forms.
GOALS OF THE COURSE
To acquire the tools to be able to analyze the shape and structure of music from various style periods in Western music. Analysis will be both in study of scores and in listening. Assignments will involve analysis of scores in the anthology, with findings presented in chart form or using linear reductive analysis. Exams will cover terminology, knowledge of forms, and ability to distinguish structures by listening.
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