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MUS 130

Understanding Music

In this course students will be taught to explore the holistic nature of their own musical education--in theory, history and performance--and to seek interrelationships between talent, skill, feeling and knowledge. Students will also be introduced to many vital skills important for further music study, such as improvisation, library and Web research, score analysis and technology, as well as speaking, writing and improvisational techniques.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
1 course

Spring Semester information

Eric Edberg

130A: Understanding Music

Bonnie Whiting

130B: Understanding Music

Elissa Harbert

130C: Understanding Music