|Undergraduate Course Details|
|Title||Music Literature After World War I|
Concentrated study of repertoire from the 20th Century, Post-war European fascination with jazz, neoclassicism and serialism is geared to complement MUS432. Ives, Cowell, Harris, Bernstein, and Copland are included from the American School. After World War II, the influences of popular music such as swing, jazz, and rock 'n roll are studied in the serious music of Adams, Corigliano, Zappa and Glass. Outside concert attendance and listening outside of class is required. It is strongly recommended that students take this course concurrently with MUS432. Three lecture hours per week. Required of all Music majors.