Course Schedule – Fall 2023 / Art and Music / CLASSICAL MUSIC
Coordinators: Sol Makon, Peter Dichter, Pete Weis
Over the centuries, classical music has constantly evolved. Historically, the changing social and political fabric has been the catalyst to produce innovation and transformation of classical musical content and presentation.
We explore these musical achievements by examining distinctive musical styles, genres, composers, etc.
They continuingly materialized, from the 16th century through to the 21st century. Presentations will provide greater insight and appreciation of classical music.
B WEEK / MONDAY / 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
|Sep 11||Bob Reiss||Did Beethoven Plagiarize in Composing the Ninth Symphony?|
|Sep 25||Yom Kippur – No Class|
|Oct 09||Columbus Day – No Class|
|Oct 23||Sol Makon||Classical Music and the Film Score|
|Nov 06||Pete Weis||The King of Instruments|
|Nov 27||Penelope Pi-Sunyer||Wind Instruments: Neanderthal Bear Bone to Silver Flute|
|Dec 11||Peter Dichter||Classical Music in Pop Culture|