Title Instructors Location Time Description Cross listings Fulfills Registration notes Syllabus Syllabus URL
MUSC 005-001 College Music Program Bonnie C. Hoke-Scedrov Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 005-002 College Music Program Matthew S. Mccloskey Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-003 College Music Program Michal Schmidt Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-004 College Music Program Min-Young Kim Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-005 College Music Program Joshua R Orlando Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-006 College Music Program Adela A. Pena Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-007 College Music Program Courtney A. Ames Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-008 College Music Program Brendan A. Evans Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-009 College Music Program David M. Mattock Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-010 College Music Program Feifei Zhang Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-011 College Music Program Daniel M Paul Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-012 College Music Program Ramsey D Reyes Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-013 College Music Program Patricia J. Raine Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-014 College Music Program Brian B. Carter Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-015 College Music Program Michael J. Sheadel Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-016 College Music Program Angela Gilbert Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-017 College Music Program Allison J. Herz Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-018 College Music Program Edmond W Chan Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-019 College Music Program Yuko Izuhara Gordon Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-020 College Music Program Michael Ketner Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-021 College Music Program Joanna Pascale Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-022 College Music Program Thomas E Kraines Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-023 College Music Program Matthew D Clayton Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-024 College Music Program Gideon Andrew Whitehead Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-025 College Music Program Samantha E. Wittchen Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-026 College Music Program Darin B. Kelly Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-027 College Music Program Michele C. Kelly Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-028 College Music Program Kenneth A. Pendergast Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-029 College Music Program Allyn Jane Miner Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-030 College Music Program Guillaume J. Combet Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-031 College Music Program Veronica M Jurkiewicz Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-032 College Music Program Michael Ketner Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-033 College Music Program Michael Ketner Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-034 College Music Program Karen L Meier Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-035 College Music Program William C Wozniak Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-036 College Music Program Michael Ketner Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-037 College Music Program Danielle Crumb Fike Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-038 College Music Program Daniel Wright Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-039 College Music Program Justin J. Sekelewski Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-040 College Music Program Hanchien Lee Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-041 College Music Program Yu Xi Wang Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-042 College Music Program Michael Ketner Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-043 College Music Program Matthew Glandorf Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-044 College Music Program Hannah R Nicholas Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-045 College Music Program Thomas Tok-Young Hong Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-046 College Music Program Daniela J Pierson Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-047 College Music Program Michael Lacheen Stevens Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 005-048 College Music Program David M. Hughes Private study in voice, keyboard, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, and non-western instruments. Such study is designed to meet the artistic, technical, and/or professional needs of the student. Note: This is not a syllabus. Course requirements and assessment will be determined by the private instructor. Private lessons in the College House Music cannot be taken Pass/Fail. Please visit http://www.sas.upenn.edu/music/performance. Students cannot register through Penn In Touch. Registration will be maintained by the music department upon receipt of application and instructor permission. Prerequisite: Permits will be entred after student completes College Music House. Forms available in Music department. Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 007-001 Ensemble Performance: Univ. Wind Ensemble Michael Ketner Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 007-002 Ensemble Performance: Univ. Orchestra Thomas Tok-Young Hong Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 007-003 Ensemble Performance: Penn Baroque&Recorder Gwyn Meredith Roberts Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 007-004 Ensemble Performance: Penn Chamber Music Soc David Yang Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 007-005 Ensemble Performance: Collegium Musicum Margaret B. Gruits Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
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MUSC 007-006 Ensemble Performance: Ensemble Michael Ketner Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 007-007 Ensemble Performance: Penn Chorale Elizabeth Braden Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 007-008 Ensemble Performance: Jazz Combo Matthew D Clayton Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 007-009 Samba Ensemble Michael Lacheen Stevens Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
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MUSC 007-010 Arabic Choir Hanna A Khuri LERN 101 R 06:00 PM-07:30 PM Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 007-011 Samba Ensemble Michael Lacheen Stevens Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department https://pennintouchdaemon.apps.upenn.edu/pennInTouchProdDaemon/jsp/fast.do?webService=syllabus&term=2020A&course=MUSC007011
MUSC 007-012 Samba Ensemble Michael Lacheen Stevens Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department https://pennintouchdaemon.apps.upenn.edu/pennInTouchProdDaemon/jsp/fast.do?webService=syllabus&term=2020A&course=MUSC007012
MUSC 007-013 Penn Flutes Michele C. Kelly Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 007-014 Arabic Percusion Adv Hafez J. Kotain LERN 102 R 06:00 PM-07:30 PM Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 007-015 Arabic Percussion Beg Hafez J. Kotain LERN 102 R 07:30 PM-09:00 PM Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 007-016 Arabic Choir Hanna A Khuri LERN 101 R 07:30 PM-09:00 PM Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Course Must Be Taken For A Grade
MUSC 007-017 Opera Workshop Margaret B. Gruits Successful participation in a music department sponsored group. Ensemble groups: University Orchestra, University Wind Ensemble, Choral Society, University Choir, Ancient Voices, Baroque and Recorder Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Arab Music Ensemble, Samba and Jazz Combo. This course must be taken for a letter grade (Pass/Fail registration option may not be utilized for this course). Prerequisite: Please contact Ensemble Director if you are interested in taking Music 007 for credit. Permission Needed From Department https://pennintouchdaemon.apps.upenn.edu/pennInTouchProdDaemon/jsp/fast.do?webService=syllabus&term=2020A&course=MUSC007017
MUSC 010-001 Marian Anderson Perf Prg Michael Ketner LERN 102 F 02:00 PM-05:00 PM Special instruction in vocal and instrumental performance for music majors and minors only. Students must demonstrate in an audition that they have already attained an intermediate level of musical performance. They also must participate in a Music Department ensemble throughout the academic year, perform in public as a soloist at least once during the year (recital), perform a jury at the end of the spring semester, and attend and participate in masterclasses. Prerequiste: Must be a music major or minor.
MUSC 011-001 Marian Anderson Group Pr Michael Ketner Special instruction in vocal/instrumental small group (ensemble) performance, for music majors and minors only. Students must demonstrate in an audition that they have already attained an intermediate or advanced level of musical performance. They also must participate in a Music Department ensemble throughout the academic year, perform in public as a soloist at least once during the year (recital), perform a jury at the end of the spring semester, and attend and participate in masterclasses. Prerequisite: Students must be a music major or minor. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
MUSC 018-401 Music in Urban Spaces Molly Jean Mcglone GOLD 205 F 02:00 PM-04:00 PM The primary goal of the freshman seminar program is to provide every freshman the opportunity for a direct personal encounter with a faculty member in a small sitting devoted to a significant intellectual endeavor. Specific topics be posted at the beginning of each academic year. Please see the College Freshman seminar website for information on current course offerings http:// www.college.upenn.edu/courses/seminars/freshman.php. URBS018401 Cultural Diversity in the US Permission Needed From Instructor
An Academically Based Community Serv Course
Freshman Seminar
MUSC 030-001 1000 Yrs Musical Listeng Flannery Claire Cunningham LERN 101 MWF 12:00 PM-01:00 PM We know that we like music and that it moves us, yet it is often difficult to pinpoint exactly why, and harder still to explain what it is we are hearing. This course takes on those issues. It aims to introduce you to a variety of music, and a range of ways of thinking, talking and writing about music. The majority of music dealt with will be drawn from the so-called "Classical" repertory, from the medieval period to the present day, including some of the 'greats' such as Handel, Beethoven, Mozart, Berlioz, and Verdi, but will also introduce you to music you will most likely never have encountered before. This course will explore the technical workings of music and the vocabularies for analyzing music and articulating a response to it; it also examines music as a cultural phenomenon, considering what music has meant for different people, from different societies across the ages and across geographical boundaries. As well as learning to listen ourselves, we will also engage with a history of listening. No prior musical knowledge is required. (Formerly Music 021). Fulfills College Cross Cultural Foundational Requirement. Arts & Letters Sector
Cross Cultural Analysis
Course is available to Freshmen and Upperclassmen.
MUSC 030-002 1000 Yrs Musical Listeng Emma Grace Schnell Barnaby LERN 101 MWF 10:00 AM-11:00 AM We know that we like music and that it moves us, yet it is often difficult to pinpoint exactly why, and harder still to explain what it is we are hearing. This course takes on those issues. It aims to introduce you to a variety of music, and a range of ways of thinking, talking and writing about music. The majority of music dealt with will be drawn from the so-called "Classical" repertory, from the medieval period to the present day, including some of the 'greats' such as Handel, Beethoven, Mozart, Berlioz, and Verdi, but will also introduce you to music you will most likely never have encountered before. This course will explore the technical workings of music and the vocabularies for analyzing music and articulating a response to it; it also examines music as a cultural phenomenon, considering what music has meant for different people, from different societies across the ages and across geographical boundaries. As well as learning to listen ourselves, we will also engage with a history of listening. No prior musical knowledge is required. (Formerly Music 021). Fulfills College Cross Cultural Foundational Requirement. Arts & Letters Sector
Cross Cultural Analysis
Course is available to Freshmen and Upperclassmen.
Permission Needed From Instructor
MUSC 030-003 1000 Yrs Musical Listeng Erik Broess LERN 101 TR 10:30 AM-12:00 PM We know that we like music and that it moves us, yet it is often difficult to pinpoint exactly why, and harder still to explain what it is we are hearing. This course takes on those issues. It aims to introduce you to a variety of music, and a range of ways of thinking, talking and writing about music. The majority of music dealt with will be drawn from the so-called "Classical" repertory, from the medieval period to the present day, including some of the 'greats' such as Handel, Beethoven, Mozart, Berlioz, and Verdi, but will also introduce you to music you will most likely never have encountered before. This course will explore the technical workings of music and the vocabularies for analyzing music and articulating a response to it; it also examines music as a cultural phenomenon, considering what music has meant for different people, from different societies across the ages and across geographical boundaries. As well as learning to listen ourselves, we will also engage with a history of listening. No prior musical knowledge is required. (Formerly Music 021). Fulfills College Cross Cultural Foundational Requirement. Arts & Letters Sector
Cross Cultural Analysis
MUSC 030-004 1000 Yrs Musical Listeng Allison Rose Brooks-Conrad LERN 101 TR 12:00 PM-01:30 PM We know that we like music and that it moves us, yet it is often difficult to pinpoint exactly why, and harder still to explain what it is we are hearing. This course takes on those issues. It aims to introduce you to a variety of music, and a range of ways of thinking, talking and writing about music. The majority of music dealt with will be drawn from the so-called "Classical" repertory, from the medieval period to the present day, including some of the 'greats' such as Handel, Beethoven, Mozart, Berlioz, and Verdi, but will also introduce you to music you will most likely never have encountered before. This course will explore the technical workings of music and the vocabularies for analyzing music and articulating a response to it; it also examines music as a cultural phenomenon, considering what music has meant for different people, from different societies across the ages and across geographical boundaries. As well as learning to listen ourselves, we will also engage with a history of listening. No prior musical knowledge is required. (Formerly Music 021). Fulfills College Cross Cultural Foundational Requirement. Arts & Letters Sector
MUSC 030-005 1000 Yrs Musical Listeng Mary C. Caldwell LERN CONF TR 10:30 AM-12:00 PM We know that we like music and that it moves us, yet it is often difficult to pinpoint exactly why, and harder still to explain what it is we are hearing. This course takes on those issues. It aims to introduce you to a variety of music, and a range of ways of thinking, talking and writing about music. The majority of music dealt with will be drawn from the so-called "Classical" repertory, from the medieval period to the present day, including some of the 'greats' such as Handel, Beethoven, Mozart, Berlioz, and Verdi, but will also introduce you to music you will most likely never have encountered before. This course will explore the technical workings of music and the vocabularies for analyzing music and articulating a response to it; it also examines music as a cultural phenomenon, considering what music has meant for different people, from different societies across the ages and across geographical boundaries. As well as learning to listen ourselves, we will also engage with a history of listening. No prior musical knowledge is required. (Formerly Music 021). Fulfills College Cross Cultural Foundational Requirement. Arts & Letters Sector
Cross Cultural Analysis
MUSC 030-601 1000 Yrs Musical Listeng Lloyd J Frank LERN 101 T 04:30 PM-07:30 PM We know that we like music and that it moves us, yet it is often difficult to pinpoint exactly why, and harder still to explain what it is we are hearing. This course takes on those issues. It aims to introduce you to a variety of music, and a range of ways of thinking, talking and writing about music. The majority of music dealt with will be drawn from the so-called "Classical" repertory, from the medieval period to the present day, including some of the 'greats' such as Handel, Beethoven, Mozart, Berlioz, and Verdi, but will also introduce you to music you will most likely never have encountered before. This course will explore the technical workings of music and the vocabularies for analyzing music and articulating a response to it; it also examines music as a cultural phenomenon, considering what music has meant for different people, from different societies across the ages and across geographical boundaries. As well as learning to listen ourselves, we will also engage with a history of listening. No prior musical knowledge is required. (Formerly Music 021). Fulfills College Cross Cultural Foundational Requirement. Arts & Letters Sector
Cross Cultural Analysis
MUSC 035-401 Jazz:Style & History Benjamin Alan Oyler LERN 102 MWF 12:00 PM-01:00 PM This course is an exploration of the family of musical idioms called jazz. Attention will be given to issues of style development, selective musicians, and to the social and cultural conditions and the scholarly discourses that have informed the creation, dissemination and reception of this dynamic set of styles from the beginning of the 20th century to the present. Fulfills Cultural Diversity in the U.S. AFRC077401 Cultural Diversity in the US Permission Needed From Instructor
MUSC 044-001 Popular Music Glenda Goodman LERN 102 MW 03:30 PM-05:00 PM Catchy and controversial, fluffy and hard-hitting: by definition popular music snags our attention and entertains. This course digs into the experiences of musicians and fans, unpacking how popular music manifests the hopes, contradictions, ingenuity, and challenges of life in the United States. Music 44 is organized around three core questions: first, what counts as good music and who gets credit for being creative; second, why has popular music, at various points in history, been perceived as socially dangerous (and musicians as deviant); third, what is the history of borrowing and appropriation, and how do these habits, which overwhelmingly affect musicians of color, continue to play out today? We delve into these questions and more by analyzing the musical traits of specific repertoire, profiling artists' lives, investigating changes in the music industry, and situating popular music in U.S. cultural history from the mid-nineteenth century to today. Lectures introduce the social and cultural history of popular music. Through close listening exercises in and out of class students will learn how to hear and respond to music critically. Selected readings demonstrate for students how to form an argument using musical sources. Discussions in class, presentations and debates, exams, and writing assignments provide students the chance to build, exercise, and improve these skills. Cultural Diversity in the US Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 050-401 World Musics & Cultures LERN 102 MWF 10:00 AM-11:00 AM This course examines how we as consumers in the "Western" world engage with musical difference largely through the products of the global entertainment industry. We examine music cultures in contact in a variety of ways-- particularly as traditions in transformation. Students gain an understanding of traditional music as live, meaningful person-to-person music making, by examining the music in its original site of production, and then considering its transformation once it is removed, and recontextualized in a variety of ways. The purpose of the course is to enable students to become informed and critical consumers of "World Music" by telling a series of stories about particular recordings made with, or using the music of, peoples culturally and geographically distant from the US. Students come to understand that not all music downloads containing music from unfamiliar places are the same, and that particular recordings may be embedded in intriguing and controversial narratives of production and consumption. At the very least, students should emerge from the class with a clear understanding that the production, distribution, and consumption of world music is rarely a neutral process. Fulfills College Cross Cultural Foundational Requirement. ANTH022401, AFRC050401 Arts & Letters Sector
Cross Cultural Analysis
MUSC 050-402 World Musics & Cultures Wanchi-Winnie Lai LERN 101 MWF 11:00 AM-12:00 PM This course examines how we as consumers in the "Western" world engage with musical difference largely through the products of the global entertainment industry. We examine music cultures in contact in a variety of ways-- particularly as traditions in transformation. Students gain an understanding of traditional music as live, meaningful person-to-person music making, by examining the music in its original site of production, and then considering its transformation once it is removed, and recontextualized in a variety of ways. The purpose of the course is to enable students to become informed and critical consumers of "World Music" by telling a series of stories about particular recordings made with, or using the music of, peoples culturally and geographically distant from the US. Students come to understand that not all music downloads containing music from unfamiliar places are the same, and that particular recordings may be embedded in intriguing and controversial narratives of production and consumption. At the very least, students should emerge from the class with a clear understanding that the production, distribution, and consumption of world music is rarely a neutral process. Fulfills College Cross Cultural Foundational Requirement. ANTH022402, AFRC050402 Arts & Letters Sector
Cross Cultural Analysis
MUSC 050-403 World Musics & Cultures Katherine Theresa Larrick Scahill LERN 102 TR 12:00 PM-01:30 PM This course examines how we as consumers in the "Western" world engage with musical difference largely through the products of the global entertainment industry. We examine music cultures in contact in a variety of ways-- particularly as traditions in transformation. Students gain an understanding of traditional music as live, meaningful person-to-person music making, by examining the music in its original site of production, and then considering its transformation once it is removed, and recontextualized in a variety of ways. The purpose of the course is to enable students to become informed and critical consumers of "World Music" by telling a series of stories about particular recordings made with, or using the music of, peoples culturally and geographically distant from the US. Students come to understand that not all music downloads containing music from unfamiliar places are the same, and that particular recordings may be embedded in intriguing and controversial narratives of production and consumption. At the very least, students should emerge from the class with a clear understanding that the production, distribution, and consumption of world music is rarely a neutral process. Fulfills College Cross Cultural Foundational Requirement. ANTH022403, AFRC050403 Arts & Letters Sector
Cross Cultural Analysis
MUSC 050-601 World Musics & Cultures Timothy Rommen LERN 210 R 04:30 PM-07:30 PM This course examines how we as consumers in the "Western" world engage with musical difference largely through the products of the global entertainment industry. We examine music cultures in contact in a variety of ways-- particularly as traditions in transformation. Students gain an understanding of traditional music as live, meaningful person-to-person music making, by examining the music in its original site of production, and then considering its transformation once it is removed, and recontextualized in a variety of ways. The purpose of the course is to enable students to become informed and critical consumers of "World Music" by telling a series of stories about particular recordings made with, or using the music of, peoples culturally and geographically distant from the US. Students come to understand that not all music downloads containing music from unfamiliar places are the same, and that particular recordings may be embedded in intriguing and controversial narratives of production and consumption. At the very least, students should emerge from the class with a clear understanding that the production, distribution, and consumption of world music is rarely a neutral process. Fulfills College Cross Cultural Foundational Requirement. Arts & Letters Sector
Cross Cultural Analysis
MUSC 051-401 Online Course: Music of Africa Carol Ann Muller R 05:00 PM-07:00 PM African Contemporary Music: North, South, East, and West. Come to know contemporary Africa through the sounds of its music: from South African kwela, jazz, marabi, and kwaito to Zimbabwean chimurenga; Central African soukous and pygmy pop; West African Fuji, and North African rai and hophop. Through reading and listening to live performance, audio and video recordings, we will examine the music of Africa and its intersections with politics, history, gender, and religion in the colonial and post colonial era. (Formerly Music 053). Fulfills College Cross Cultural Foundational Requirement. AFRC053401 Arts & Letters Sector
Cross Cultural Analysis
Online Course Only
Online Course Fee $150
MUSC 070-001 Intro Theory&Muscianshp: Making Sense of Music James T Primosch LERN 102 TR 10:30 AM-12:00 PM This course will cover basic skills and vocabulary for reading, hearing, performing, analyzing, and writing music. Students will gain command of musical rudiments, including notation, reading and writing in treble and bass clefs, intervals, keys, scales, triads and seventh chords, and competence in basic melodic and formal analysis. The course will include an overview of basic diatonic harmony, introduction to harmonic function and tonicization. Musicianship skills will include interval and chord recognition, rhythmic and melodic dictation and familiarity with the keyboard. There will be in-depth study of selected compositions from the "common practice" Western tradition, including classical, jazz, blues and other popular examples. Listening skills--both with scores (including lead sheets, figured bass and standard notation), and without--will be emphasized. There is no prerequisite. Fulfills College Formal Reasoning and Analysis Foundational Requirement. Formal Reasoning Course Course is available to Freshmen and Upperclassmen.
Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 070-002 Intro Theory&Muscianshp: Making Sense of Music Anh Dang Minh Vu LERN 102 MWF 11:00 AM-12:00 PM This course will cover basic skills and vocabulary for reading, hearing, performing, analyzing, and writing music. Students will gain command of musical rudiments, including notation, reading and writing in treble and bass clefs, intervals, keys, scales, triads and seventh chords, and competence in basic melodic and formal analysis. The course will include an overview of basic diatonic harmony, introduction to harmonic function and tonicization. Musicianship skills will include interval and chord recognition, rhythmic and melodic dictation and familiarity with the keyboard. There will be in-depth study of selected compositions from the "common practice" Western tradition, including classical, jazz, blues and other popular examples. Listening skills--both with scores (including lead sheets, figured bass and standard notation), and without--will be emphasized. There is no prerequisite. Fulfills College Formal Reasoning and Analysis Foundational Requirement. Formal Reasoning Course Course is available to Freshmen and Upperclassmen.
Permission Needed From Department
MUSC 070-003 Intro Theory&Muscianshp: Making Sense of Music Anna T Weesner LERN 210 TR 10:30 AM-12:00 PM This course will cover basic skills and vocabulary for reading, hearing, performing, analyzing, and writing music. Students will gain command of musical rudiments, including notation, reading and writing in treble and bass clefs, intervals, keys, scales, triads and seventh chords, and competence in basic melodic and formal analysis. The course will include an overview of basic diatonic harmony, introduction to harmonic function and tonicization. Musicianship skills will include interval and chord recognition, rhythmic and melodic dictation and familiarity with the keyboard. There will be in-depth study of selected compositions from the "common practice" Western tradition, including classical, jazz, blues and other popular examples. Listening skills--both with scores (including lead sheets, figured bass and standard notation), and without--will be emphasized. There is no prerequisite. Fulfills College Formal Reasoning and Analysis Foundational Requirement. Formal Reasoning Course Course is available to Freshmen and Upperclassmen.
Permission Needed From Instructor
MUSC 070-004 Intro Theory&Muscianshp: Making Sense of Music Erin Busch LERN 210 MWF 11:00 AM-12:00 PM This course will cover basic skills and vocabulary for reading, hearing, performing, analyzing, and writing music. Students will gain command of musical rudiments, including notation, reading and writing in treble and bass clefs, intervals, keys, scales, triads and seventh chords, and competence in basic melodic and formal analysis. The course will include an overview of basic diatonic harmony, introduction to harmonic function and tonicization. Musicianship skills will include interval and chord recognition, rhythmic and melodic dictation and familiarity with the keyboard. There will be in-depth study of selected compositions from the "common practice" Western tradition, including classical, jazz, blues and other popular examples. Listening skills--both with scores (including lead sheets, figured bass and standard notation), and without--will be emphasized. There is no prerequisite. Fulfills College Formal Reasoning and Analysis Foundational Requirement. Formal Reasoning Course Course is available to Freshmen and Upperclassmen.
Permission Needed From Instructor
MUSC 077-001 Intro Elec Musicmaking LERN 102 MW 02:00 PM-03:30 PM An exploration of composition, style, and technique in a variety of popular and experimental electronic music genres. We'll study and practice making works in genres including acousmatic music, beat-driven music such as hip-hop and techno, pop songwriting, and sound art. As we proceed, we'll investigate techniques including field recording, sampling, sound synthesis, and generative music. Within each genre, we'll begin from the analysis and technique of exemplary music, then work towards presentation and group discussion of student composition projects. Permission Needed From Instructor
MUSC 081-401 Film Musc Post 1950italy Jamuna S. Samuel LERN 101 TR 01:30 PM-03:00 PM An exploration of cinematic sound through the lens of specific composer/director collaborations in post-1950 Italy, examining scores, soundtracks, and the interaction of diegetic and non-diegetic music with larger soundscapes. Composers Nino Rota and Ennio Morricone serve as case studies, in partnership with directors Fellini, Visconti, Leone, Pontecorve, Pasolini, and Coppola. Highlights include several excerpts form the Fellini/Rota collaboration, including The White Sheik, I vitelloni, The Road, Nights of Cabiria, La dolce vita, 8 1/2, Juliet of the Spirits, Satyricon, The Clowns, Roma, Amarcord, Casanova, and Orchestra Rehearsal. Rota's music for Visconti will be examined in Senso, the Leopard, and Rocco and his Brothers, along with his Transatlantic collaboration for The Godfather. Morricone's work with various directors will be discussed in The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, The Battle of Algiers, and Teorema, as well as for American films such as Malick's Days of Heaven and Tarantino's The Hateful Eight. Weekly screenings required. Open to all: music majors, minors, and non-majors; will count toward requirements for music minor. Knowledge of music and Italian helpful but not required. All readings and lectures in English. ITAL081401, CIMS081401
MUSC 135-301 Musical Life in America Guthrie P Ramsey LERN 101 TR 03:00 PM-04:30 PM This course surveys American musical life from the colonial period to the present. Beginning with the music of Native Americans, the European legacy, and the African Diaspora, the course treats the singular social and political milieu that forged the profile of America's musical landscape. Attention will be given to the establishment of the culture industry and to various activities such as sacred music, parlor music, concert and theater music, the cultivation of oral traditions, the appearance of jazz, the trajectory of western art music in the United States, and the eventual global dominance of American popular music. Music 070 prerequisite. Preference given to music Majors and Minors. Fulfills the Cultural Diversity in the U.S. College Requirement.
MUSC 171-001 Theory & Muscianship II Jairo A Moreno LERN 210 TR 12:00 PM-01:30 PM Continuation of techniques established in Theory and Musicianship I. Explores chromatic harmony. Concepts will be developed through analysis and model composition. Musicianship component will include sight singing, clef reading, harmonic dictation and keyboard harmony. Prerequisite: Required of music majors. Registration also required for Laboratory (see below)
MUSC 171-101 Theory and Musicianship II James Andrei Diaz Acosta LERN 210 MW 12:00 PM-01:00 PM Continuation of techniques established in Theory and Musicianship I. Explores chromatic harmony. Concepts will be developed through analysis and model composition. Musicianship component will include sight singing, clef reading, harmonic dictation and keyboard harmony. Prerequisite: Required of music majors. Registration also required for Lecture (see below)
MUSC 230-301 Eras & Tpcs Early Period Mauro P. Calcagno LERN 210 M 02:00 PM-05:00 PM This course offers an in-depth look at topics and repertoires of the "earlier" periods, namely one (or more) of three historical epochs: Medieval, Renaissance, or Baroque. The purpose of this course is to give students the oppotunity to engage deeply with musical works historically, analytically, and contextually, in addition to introducing a range of methodologies within the historical study of Music. (Formerly Music 120, 121,122).
MUSC 236-301 Perfrmnce,Anlysis,Histry Jamuna S. Samuel LERN 210 F 12:00 PM-03:00 PM Participation in the course is contingent upon a successful audition. This course must be taken for a letter grade (pass/fail option may not be utilized for this course). This weekly seminar will explore music from the past and present through class discussions of performance, historical context, and analytical aspects of the music led by a professor and/or performer. One example of a class in this number will be an indepth study of chamber music repertoire led by the Daedalus Quartet. Students will prepare for a final performance at the end of the semester as well as a paper/presentation. Students interested in this applied approach to music may also wish to take 256 and/or 276. Prerequisite: Students must successfuly audition to be in the course; previous private study in an instrument is required. Basic fluency in rudiments of music theory is also required. Permission Needed From Department
Audition Required
MUSC 258-401 Music of Latin America Timothy Rommen LERN 102 TR 01:30 PM-03:00 PM This survey course considers Latin American musics within a broad cultural and historical framework. Latin American musical practices are explored by illustrating the many ways that aesthetics, ritual, communication, religion, and social structure are embodied in and contested through performance. These initial inquiries open onto an investigation of a range of theoretical concepts that become particularly pertinent in Latin American contexts--concepts such as post-colonialism, migration, ethnicity, and globalization. Throughout the course, we will listen to many different styles and repertories of music and then work to understand them not only in relation to the readings that frame our discussions but also in relation to our own, North American contexts of music consumption and production. (Formerly Music 158). LALS158401
MUSC 275-301 Electronic Music Eugene Lew LERN 101 W 03:30 PM-06:30 PM MUSC275 offers an introduction to electronic music/sound production with a focus on analogue systems and performance. Guest artists will join us for in-class visits and performances during the semester. Meetings will take place in the classroom, in concert spaces and in the studio. Preference given to Music majors and minors for registration.
MUSC 330-301 Sem in Music History Mary C. Caldwell TR 10:30 AM-12:00 PM This is an advanced seminar, primarily for juniors and seniors who are prepared to engage deeply and critically with a specialized research topic. The topic of the seminar is determined by the instructor, and can focus on a particular genre or body of repertoire, music-maker or composer, the cultural and social dynamics of a period in music history. Prerequisites: MUSC 170 or other demonstration of familiarity with music notation and music theory. It is recommended that students also have taken MUSC 130 and at least one 200-level course. However, students who have not taken these courses may be admitted at the discretion of the instructor.
MUSC 516-301 Contemporary Repertoire: Post 1950 James T Primosch LERN 210
LERN 210
T 01:30 PM-04:30 PM
R 01:30 PM-04:30 PM
In this course we will discuss topics in the craft of composition by examining works from about 1960 to the present. The focus will be on vocal music, including voice and piano songs, choral works, pieces for voice and orchestra and more. At least two operas will be discussed. The format will be student presentations on the selected pieces, informed by relevant analytic writing. Composers represented may include: Abrahamsen, Adams, Adés, Ashley, Benjamin, Berio, Carter, Crumb, Harbison, Hearne, Knussen, Ligeti, Lutoslawki, Messiaen, Saariaho, Shaw, Soper, Thomas, and Weir, among others.
MUSC 542-401 Archiving Jazz Herman Beavers BENN 406 M 02:00 PM-05:00 PM This seminar will be organized around three distinct pathways. First, it will serve as an introduction to Jazz Studies and thus be attentive to the ways that jazz music has sparked an interdisciplinary conversation that is wide-ranging and ongoing. Second, we will be partnering with the African American Museum of Philadelphia to consider jazz within the realm of visual art. In light of efforts to map the "black interior," how have visual artists (e.g. painters, sculptors, filmmakers, and photographers) sought to represent jazz? Third, we will endeavor to develop partnerships with the Philadelphia (and beyond) jazz community, especially as it pertains to creating and sustaining an archive that serves as way to understand jazz as an instrument of placemaking and also as a vehicle for jazz musicians to take ownership of their narratives. The seminar will meet at the African American Museum of Philadelphia and be team taught with members of the Museum staff. The course will culminate with a virtual exhibit of visual works and archival materials centering on Philadelphia's jazz community and (if funding is available) a free concert to be held at AAMP. Undergraduates are welcome to register for the course with permission of the instructor. AFRC542401, URBS542401, ARTH519401, ENGL541401 Undergraduates Need Permission
MUSC 605-301 Anthropology of Music James Sykes VANP 452.1 T 02:00 PM-05:00 PM MUSIC LABOR IN AND BEYOND CAPITALISM

In this class we will survey, broaden, and challenge discursive formations of musicianhood that arose through capitalism. This means that, while we will consider the normative history of capitalism’s effects on musical labor (e.g., touring, the recording industry) and how musicians are faring in our neoliberal moment (e.g., through Spotify), a core component of the course will be to explore alternate conceptions of musical livelihoods and to question how and whether they might (or should) continue to persist. The class will help me build a bibliography for my new book, tentatively called Musicianhood: Enchantment and Displacement in Neoliberal Capitalism. Besides theorizing musical labor, we will draw in part on my experience as a touring drummer and of gentrification in New York and Singapore, as well as my research on: music and plantation labor in Southeast Asia; the contemporary status of musician castes in South Asia; and the historical relations between sound, secularism, urban development, and public space in Singapore. Dr. Marié Abé from Boston University will Skype in to discuss her work on chindon-ya (costumed street performers) in Japan; and I hope to arrange a field trip to my friend’s recording studio (TBD). Some topics we might consider (final list TBD) include: brass bands in New Orleans; regimes of value with regards to “special” musical instruments and recordings (such as the Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, which holds the Guinness World Record for most expensive album ever sold); David Grubbs’ poetic writing on the recording studio; punk and anarchist approaches to musical labor; and musicians in labor movements, including Occupy Wall Street.
MUSC 705-301 Sem in Ethnomusicology Carol Ann Muller LERN CONF W 02:00 PM-05:00 PM Deep Dive into the Contemporary Music of Africa

We will explore the contemporary music of Africa (the entire continent plus islands and a little on contemporary diasporas) by reading recent works by ethnomusicologists and historians that open up a series of issues: music and authoritarianism, music and healing, music and spirituality, sound and the global, cosmopolitanism, refugee/immigration, imagination/creativity/art, new diasporas. Even if Africa is not your primary interest, you can think of the seminar as a deep dive into a series of issues that will have comparative interest for you. We will do the usual creative thinking/journals/portfolios through the course of the semester, listen, read, view and have a great conversation together. This spring the seminar materials will be created around a book on the Contemporary Music of Africa, focused on playlists, which Prof. Muller is currently writing for Routledge, and a new online class that will run for the first time in March 2020.
MUSC 710-301 Studies in Medieval Musi Mary C. Caldwell LERN CONF T 02:00 PM-05:00 PM
Linguistic diversity is a hallmark of medieval song, lyric, and drama. Latin and vernacular languages were in constant dialogue in medieval musical culture, with particular genres such as the motet inherently bi/multilingual. Multilingualism is also an attribute of the manuscript sources for medieval music; codices such as Carmina Burana and the Engelberg Codex for instance intermingle Latin, German, and French in their musical and poetic contents. This seminar focuses on the aspect of language in the cultivation, transmission and interpretation of medieval music, with an emphasis on song, lyric, and drama. Concepts, issues, and approaches we will consider in relation to these expansive categories of music making and poetry include bi/multi/plurilingualism; diglossia and heteroglossia; code-switching; translation; citation; inter- and intratextuality; vernacularity and Latinity; contrafacture; and linguistic networks. Readings will draw from a wide range of disciplines, and include scholars such as Zumthor, Ziolkowski, Ong, Léglu, Hsy, Cerquiglini-Toulet, Bakhtin, and others. Repertoire we will examine throughout the seminar in both manuscript form and through edition/translation will include Latin and vernacular song and songbooks; 13th-14th century motets; narratives; theoretical texts; Latin and vernacular dramas and representational rites; and lyrical compilations. Projects will involve a semester-long research project in several parts as well as assigned discussion leading.
MUSC 740-301 Stds 18th Century Music Glenda Goodman LERN CONF R 02:00 PM-05:00 PM Christian sacred music was a vector for colonialism in the early modern period, as internecine religious conflicts dovetailed with imperialist expansion and competition for unconverted souls was fierce. This course considers the history of Christian sacred music through the twin lenses of colonialism and religious conversion, focusing especially on colonial North America. By bringing together these topics, the course aims to apply pressure to assumptions about eighteenth-century music’s alignment with Enlightenment modernity, while also providing a critical framework through which to understand sacred music. Units include: theories of conversion and the historical intersection of colonialism and missionary work; the long-lasting influence of Reformation and Counter-Reformation musical practices and ideologies; the powerful musical effects of the eighteenth-century evangelical Great Awakening (particularly focusing on people of Indigenous and African descent); and the creation, dissemination, and performance of repertoire deemed suitable for converts. A methodological theme of the course will entail dealing with challenging primary sources: those related to interior religious experiences, and those stemming colonialist archives.
MUSC 780-301 Seminar in Theory Jairo A Moreno LERN CONF M 02:00 PM-05:00 PM An in-depth introduction to Sound Studies across four interrelated spheres: technics (technologies, media, and bodily techniques), history (sound and aurality in the past and media archeology), aesthetics (performance and sound art), and ecological entanglements (sound and/in the Anthropocene). In addition to printed scholarship, we will consider sound objects and the epistemic and methodological challenges they possess, and we will as well actively engage in the creation and production of multimodal (not just audio-visual) documentation/intervention.