107年第1學期-3262 Human: Western Classical Music Appreciation I 課程資訊
|Quizzes||40||4 Written and Listening , 10 points each|
|Papers||30||6 Including Concert paper, 5 points each|
|Mid-Term||15||Combining Written and Listening|
|Final||15||Combining Written and Listening|
授課教師Philip Owen Rice
Students will become familiar with the most common English vocabulary used when discussing music. Students will obtain a basic knowledge of the most famous composers from the “Periods of Music” mentioned above, and will become familiar with some of their best compositions. Through much listening in the classroom, it is hoped that the student, at the end of the semester, will be able to hear a piece of music and know from what period in time it was written and identify the composer.
Students will learn about the elements of music; Sound, Pitch, Rhythm, Melody, Harmony, Tone Color, Dynamics, Tempo, and Form. Students will learn about the historical development of instruments, the development of the orchestra and choir, and be exposed to basic musical terms so that they may have a way to discuss classical music with others. They will be exposed to many different types of music within each “Period of Music”; orchestral, choral, opera, ballet, and solo voices and instruments. Students will learn about musical notation and the history of its development.
授課教師：Philip Owen Rice
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Instructor generated handouts will serve as written material, and CD’s and YouTube will be employed extensively.