History of Popular Music (MUS 111.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

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MUS 111 W02 January 2017 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
MUS 111 W10 January 2017 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
MUS 111 W16 January 2017 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
MUS 111 W20 January 2017 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
MUS 111 W50 January 2017 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
 
MUS 111 W01 September 2016 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
MUS 111 W11 September 2016 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
MUS 111 W15 September 2016 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
MUS 111 W21 September 2016 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
MUS 111 W51 September 2016 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
 
MUS 111 W02 July 2016 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
 
MUS 111 W02 January 2016 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
MUS 111 W10 January 2016 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
MUS 111 W16 January 2016 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
MUS 111 W20 January 2016 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)
MUS 111 W50 January 2016 Kerry Agnew , Allison Fairbairn (primary instructor)

Description

An introduction to popular music of the United States and Canada. Organized chronologically, the course examines popular music from 1840 to present in a historical context. Fundamental musical skills (i.e. notation, directed listening) will be a component. No previous musical-specific training is required.

Note

Open to all students. Students majoring in music may not take this course as an open music elective, but may take this course as an arts elective.

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