Courses

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MUS205: Species Counterpoint (Fall 2017)
Steven Mackey

To lay the foundations for a thorough understanding of the principles of linear structure and voice-leading through the study of species counterpoint. Twice weekly exercises will lead to a complete 4-5 voice Mass Movement as a final project.

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MUS205: Species Counterpoint (Fall 2018)
Steven Mackey

To lay the foundations for a thorough understanding of the principles of linear structure and voice-leading through the study of species counterpoint. Twice weekly exercises will lead to a complete 4-5 voice Mass Movement as a final project.

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MUS205: Species Counterpoint (Fall 2019)
Andrew Lovett

To lay the foundations for a thorough understanding of the principles of linear structure and voice-leading through the study of 16th-century counterpoint.

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MUS205: Species Counterpoint (Fall 2020)
Juri Seo

To lay the foundation for a thorough understanding of the principles of linear structure and voice-leading through the study of 16th-century counterpoint. Includes weekly composition and transcription exercises.

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MUS206: Tonal Syntax (Spring 2017)
Andrew Lovett

An introduction to the syntactic structure of the music of the 18th and 19th centuries through exercises in analysis and composition.

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MUS206: Tonal Syntax (Spring 2018)
Steven Mackey

An introduction to the syntactic structure of the music of the 18th and 19th centuries through exercises in analysis and composition.

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MUS206: Tonal Syntax (Spring 2019)
Steven Mackey

An introduction to the syntactic structure of the music of the 18th and 19th centuries through exercises in analysis and composition.

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MUS206: Tonal Syntax (Spring 2020)
Andrew Lovett

An introduction to the syntactic structure of the music of the 18th and 19th centuries through exercises in analysis and composition.

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MUS206: Tonal Syntax (Spring 2020)
Andrew Lovett

An introduction to the syntactic structure of the music of the 18th and 19th centuries through exercises in analysis and composition.

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MUS208: Music for Large Chamber Ensemble Drawn from Less-Performed Works (Spring 2018)
Michael Pratt

An exploration of music for large chamber ensemble from periods rarely addressed by Princeton performing ensembles, such as Baroque, Early Classical, and recent music by Princeton undergraduates.

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MUS208: Music for Large Chamber Ensemble Drawn from Less-Performed Works (Spring 2019)
Ruth Ochs

An exploration of music for large chamber ensemble from periods rarely addressed by Princeton performing ensembles, such as Baroque, Early Classical, and recent music by Princeton undergraduates.

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MUS210: Beginning Workshop in Musical Composition (Spring 2020)
Barbara White

A composing workshop that fosters students' individual interests within a community of composer-peers.

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MUS210: Beginning Workshop in Musical Composition (Spring 2020)
Barbara White

A composing workshop that fosters students' individual interests within a community of composer-peers.

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MUS210: Beginning Workshop in Musical Composition (Spring 2021)
Barbara White

A workshop that fosters individual students' composing within a community of peers.

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MUS212: Improvisation and Interpretation in African American Folk-Based Music (Spring 2021)
Trineice Robinson-Martin

Whether through work songs, field hollers, spirituals, ragtime, blues, jazz, soul music, or gospel music, the African American folk music tradition is a distinct reflection of the African American experience throughout the history of America.

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MUS213: Projects in Instrumental Performance: Chamber Music (Fall 2016)
Geoffrey Burleson
Elaine Christy
Jo-Ann Sternberg
Nancy Wilson
Eric Wyrick

Instrumental chamber music class of the standard repertory of the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Preparation for performance of ensembles.

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MUS213: Projects in Instrumental Performance: Chamber Music (Fall 2017)
Eric Cha-Beach
Jack Hill
Margaret Kampmeier
Christopher Komer
Jo-Ann Sternberg
Jennifer Tao
Jessica Thompson
Nancy Wilson
Eric Wyrick

Instrumental chamber music class of the standard repertory of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Preparation for performance of ensembles.

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MUS213: Projects in Instrumental Performance: Chamber Music (Fall 2018)
Eric Cha-Beach
Margaret Kampmeier
Josh Quillen
Adam Sliwinski
Matt Sullivan
Jessica Thompson
Jason Treuting
Nancy Wilson
Eric Wyrick

Instrumental chamber music class of the standard repertory of the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Preparation for performance of ensembles.

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MUS213: Projects in Instrumental Performance: Chamber Music (Fall 2019)
Eric Cha-Beach
Susannah Chapman
Christopher Komer
Sunghae Anna Lim
Josh Quillen
Adam Sliwinski
Jessica Thompson
Jason Treuting
Nancy Wilson

Instrumental chamber music class of the standard repertory of the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Preparation for performance of ensembles.

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MUS213: Projects in Instrumental Performance: Chamber Music (Spring 2017)
Eric Cha-Beach
Josh Quillen
Adam Sliwinski
Jason Treuting

Instrumental chamber music class of the standard repertory of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Preparation for performance of ensembles.

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MUS213: Projects in Instrumental Performance: Chamber Music (Spring 2018)
Brian Brown
Geoffrey Burleson
Susannah Chapman
Francine Kay
Sunghae Anna Lim
Alberto Parrini

Instrumental chamber music class of the standard repertory of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Preparation for performance of ensembles.

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MUS213: Projects in Instrumental Performance: Chamber Music (Spring 2019)
Susannah Chapman
Jack Hill
Margaret Kampmeier
Sunghae Anna Lim
Alberto Parrini
Jo-Ann Sternberg
Jennifer Tao
Eric Wyrick

Instrumental chamber music class of the standard repertory of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Preparation for performance of ensembles.

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MUS213: Projects in Instrumental Performance: Chamber Music (Spring 2020)

Instrumental chamber music class of the standard repertory of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Preparation for performance of ensembles.

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MUS214: Projects in Vocal Performance: African American Art Song (Spring 2017)
Rochelle K. Ellis

The class will be a survey of the development of classical African American art song. Students will attend a 3 hr. class. Lecture and song preparation for final recital.

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MUS214: Projects in Vocal Performance: French Melodies (Spring 2018)
Ronald Cappon
Barbara Rearick

The class will be a survey of the development of classical French Melodie art songs. Students will attend a 3 hr. class. Lecture and song preparation for final recital.