Catalog Review

For Course Qualities In Effect For 2015-16

Process Date: 28-AUG-2015

MUHI - Music History

135 BRITISH MUSICAL RENAISSANCE Active
  Long Title: The British Musical Renaissance: Elgar, Vaughan Williams, and Britten  
Units: 6 Cross-Listing Parent: Repeatable: No
S/U Only: No Enr Limit per Sec: None IP Allowed: No
Permission Req.: No Schedule Type: 01 - Standard Campus: LU London Centre
Attributes: A003 - Music Course
G010 - Fine Arts GER (86cr)
G034 - Fine Arts Div GER (01cr)
S027 - Music History Course
UD01 - Division of Fine Arts
UL02 - Introductory Course
Prerequisites: Must be attending the Lawrence London Centre.
Description: An introduction to British music in the first three-quarters of the 20th century. In addition to studying major works by Elgar, Vaughan Williams, and Britten, students will explore the social and political currents as they impinged on musical life in Britain. A number of concerts and outside visits will be organized, and students will be encouraged to attend relevant performances in London, for which they will be prepared in class. The course will be general in scope, and no prior musical knowledge will be expected. Does not satisfy course requirements for any music major. Not open to students who have previously received, or need to receive credit for MUHI 435. Offered at the London Centre.

435 BRITISH MUSICAL RENAISSANCE Active
  Long Title: The British Musical Renaissance: Elgar, Vaughn Williams, and Britten  
Units: 6 Cross-Listing Parent: Repeatable: No
S/U Only: No Enr Limit per Sec: None IP Allowed: No
Permission Req.: No Schedule Type: 01 - Standard Campus: Appleton Main Campus, LU London Centre
Attributes: A003 - Music Course
G010 - Fine Arts GER (86cr)
G034 - Fine Arts Div GER (01cr)
M030 - Music History 300+ (00cr)
M032 - Music History 400+ (00cr)
S027 - Music History Course
UD01 - Division of Fine Arts
UL01 - Upper Level Degree Credit
UL04 - Advanced Course
Prerequisites: MUHI 201 and 202
Description: An introduction to British music in the first three-quarters of the 20th century. In addition to studying major works by Elgar, Vaughan Williams, and Britten, students will explore the social and political currents as they impinged on musical life in Britain. A number of concerts and outside visits will be organized, and students will be encouraged to attend relevant performances in London, for which they will be prepared in class. This course is a seminar involving independent research. Not open to students who have previously received credit for MUHI 135. Offered at the London Centre.