1010 f11 8-22

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1010 f11 8-22

  1. 1. MUSIC 1010:INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC Dr. Carey Campbell Please take a mini-syllabus
  2. 2. TODAY’S AGENDA• What’s this class all about?• What materials do I need?• A look at the syllabus• How can I be successful in this class?• Planes of listening
  3. 3. WHAT’S THIS CLASS ABOUT?
  4. 4. WHAT MATERIALS DO I NEED?• Textbook• MyMusicLab access• Clicker
  5. 5. TEXTBOOK• Mark Evan Bonds, Listen to This 2nd edition
  6. 6. MY MUSIC LAB WEBSITE Mymusiclab.com
  7. 7. CLICKER
  8. 8. SYLLABUS / COURSE MANAGEMENT• Full syllabus at http://bit.ly/qmxP7c• Course “launching pad” : http://music1010wsucampbell.blogspot.com• Course Blackboard site: http://online.weber.edu
  9. 9. HOW CAN I GET THE “A” I DESERVE?• Show up, participate, stay engaged• Take the exams and do well on them• Complete all assignments to a high standard
  10. 10. PLANES OF LISTENING• Aaron Copland, “How We Listen” in What to Listen for in Music• Sensuous plane• Expressive plane• Purely Musical plane
  11. 11. SENSUOUS PLANE• Sound appeal• Background, intentionally or not• “relaxing”, “aggressive”, etc.
  12. 12. EXPRESSIVE PLANE• What does the music “mean” or express?• Specified and/or Personal• Difficult to pin down
  13. 13. PURELY MUSICAL PLANE• Nuts and Bolts of the music• How is it put together?
  14. 14. THE THREE PLANES• “I recognize that music is playing in my environment”• “This music seems sad”• “This music is slow and in a minor key”
  15. 15. EXERCISE
  16. 16. THE THREE PLANES• Sensuous• Expressive• Purely Musical
  17. 17. NEXT TIME: MATERIALS OF MUSIC

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