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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2003-2005 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Music 700 Graduate Courses  

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16:700:501(F) Introduction to Music Research (3) Survey of bibliographic materials for research in music.
16:700:502Current Issues in Musicology (3) Discussion of musicological issues from across the historical and methodological spectra.
16:700:511,512Music Theory-Intensive Review (3,3) Review of counterpoint (two- and three-part species counterpoint, including imitation); harmony (part-writing and progressions); sight-reading and analysis.
16:700:515,516Sound Synthesis and Computer-Assisted Composition (3,3) Analysis of sound and timbre. Use of the computer for musical composition. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
16:700:517The History of Musical Style (3) Aspects of convention and innovation in composers` approach to sonority, harmony, melody, rhythm, and form in representative vocal and instrumental compositions from different historical periods, ca. 1600-1950. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
16:700:519,520Proseminar in Musicology (3,3) Intensive study of selected areas in the history of music, with guided research leading to oral and written reports. Prerequisites: 16:700:501, 502.
16:700:522Canon and Fugue (3) Exercises in polyphonic technique based on practices from the Renaissance to the tonal period.
16:700:525,526Studies in Music Analysis (3,3) Study of styles and structures in compositions from the Middle Ages to the present and their relationship to ideas on composition held by composers and theorists.
16:700:527Studies in Opera (3) Study of selected operas. Historical background, sources, editions, textual criticism, analysis, performance practice. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Offered in alternate years.
16:700:528Studies in Choral Literature (3) Study of selected works for chorus and vocal ensemble from the 16th century to the present. Historical background, sources, editions, textual criticism, analysis, performance practice. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Offered in alternate years.
16:700:529Studies in Instrumental Ensemble Literature (3) Study of selected chamber and orchestral works from the 17th century to the present. Historical background, sources, editions, textual criticism, analysis, performance practice. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Offered in alternate years.
16:700:530Studies in Keyboard Literature (3) Study of selected works for keyboard instruments. Historical background, sources, editions, textual criticism, analysis, performance practice. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Offered in alternate years.
16:700:531,532Proseminar in Composition (3,3) Practice in the techniques of creative composition. Includes participation in the Composer Forum. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
16:700:541,542Special Topics in Music Theory and Analysis (3,3) Study of selected musical repertories and styles from a variety of theoretical perspectives. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
16:700:551Jazz Research and Analysis (3) Introduction to scholarly research in jazz. Covers research methods, transcription, and analysis of recorded jazz performances, pertinent African-American cultural issues, and questions of performance practice. Prerequisite: 16:700:501. Recommended: 16:700:525 (as pre- or corequisite).
16:700:552Introduction to Ethnomusicology (3) Introduction to the theory and methodology of ethnomusicology; current issues and intellectual history. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
16:700:567,568Proseminar in Performance Practice (3,3) Problems of performance technique and interpretation from the Renaissance to the present. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
16:700:571,572Schenkerian Analysis (3,3) Premises, terminology, and analytical procedures derived from Heinrich Schenker`s theory of linear structure, with emphasis on verification of analysis through critical listening. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Offered in alternate years.
16:700:573,574Twentieth-Century Theory (3,3) Analysis of selected compositions from ca. 1910 to the present. Theoretical strategies and perspectives. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Offered in alternate years.
16:700:601Independent Study (BA) For those specializing in musicology: individual research leading to an essay demonstrating command of the techniques of historical or analytical research. For those specializing in music composition: individual research leading to a composition of substantial size demonstrating command of the techniques of composition.
16:700:602Master's Project (BA) Completion of the essay or composition required for the M.A. degree. Prerequisite: 16:700:601.
16:700:619,620Seminar in Musicology (3,3) Individual research in selected areas of music history and musicology. For students pursuing the doctoral program.
16:700:631,632Seminar in Composition (3,3) Advanced study in the techniques of creative composition. Includes participation in the Composer Forum. For students pursuing the doctoral program.
16:700:651History of Music Notation (3) Intensive study of medieval and Renaissance notational systems, with exercises in transcription from selected representative sources. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Offered in alternate years.
16:700:652Topics in the History of Music Theory (3) Close examination of selected theoretical writings from antiquity to the 20th century, with emphasis on the study of tuning systems, modes, tonality, and acoustics. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
16:700:701,702Research in Music (BA,BA) Individual research leading either to a musical composition, to an extended essay in an area of music history or theory, or toward completion of the Ph.D. degree.
 
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