Musicology III - MUS 216

This course requires the mastering of the musical elements and languages of the post-Romantic period, the 20th century, and contemporary music. It uses advanced educational material in harmony and sight singing relative to the serial language of music, the tone scale, the polyrhythmic, the polytonality, algorhythmic, multiserial, aleatory, and all composition schools of the 20th and contemporary period with an analysis of scores and choir singing. Prerequisite: MUS 215.