MUSI-1114A Orchestra Music in the West
The history of orchestra music in the West raises a series of questions that can only be resolved via a broad approach that takes into account musical aspects such as the musical notation system, formal structures, procedures for composing, musical functionality, and the aesthetic and philosophical currents of each era, and many other aspects. This diversity of issues makes this course a rich and varied research project that presents the student community with an enriched vision of the evolution of a specific aspect of music throughout western history.
InstructorPulido Hurtado Luis
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