Course Number: 205*/3.0 3L (Course Code Explanation)
Open To: B.Mus. and B.Mus./B.Ed. students, non-B.Mus. students
Instructor(s): Dr. Clara Marvin
Day(s) and Time(s): M: 12.30-1.30, W: 11.30-12.30, Th: 1.30-2.30
Room: HLH 124
An examination of musical styles, structures and historical movements of the Western art tradition from the Age of Antiquity, to the Middle Ages, through to the Renaissance from circa 500 B.C.E. to circa 1600 A.D.
NOTE Non-Music students holding Royal Conservatory Grade III Harmony may enrol in this course with permission of the School.
An intensive study of the history of western art music from the Age of Antiquity, through to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (ca. 500 B.C. - ca. 1600 A.D.), with concentration on the musical/textual stylistic and structural developments of representative genres from an historical, musicological as well as [purely] analytical perspective.