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Rudiments [MUSC P52]

Rudiments MUSC P52 An introduction to musical notation, ear-training and analysis for non-B.Mus. students. NOTE: May not be taken by students at Level 4 or who hold the Royal Conservatory Grade II Rudiments with First-Class Honours standing. ONE-WAY EXCLUSION: May not be taken with or

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Theory and Analysis [MUSC 191]

Theory and Analysis MUSC-191 LEARNING HOURS: 240 (72L;24T;144P) Diatonic voice-leading and harmony, principles of form and small structures (binary, ternary) through part-writing and analysis. NOTE: Students holding First-Class Honours standing in the Royal Conservatory Grade II Rudiments may enroll in the course with permission of

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Music and Society [MUSC 103]

Music and Society MUSC 103 LEARNING HOURS: 118 (36L;12O;70P) An introductory examination of the fundamental place of music in human society through a broad survey of music systems from around the world, as well as foundations in the critical listening, research, and writing skills used

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Baroque and Classical Music [MUSC 204]

Baroque and Classical Music MUSC-204 LEARNING HOURS: 118 (36L;12O;70P) Examination of musical styles and movements in the Western tradition between about 1580 and 1820 in their sociocultural contexts. NOTE: Non-Music students holding Royal Conservatory Grade III Harmony may enroll in this course with permission of

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Romantic and 20th-Cent. Music [MUSC 203]

Romantic and 20th-Cent. Music MUSC-203 LEARNING HOURS: 118 (36L;12O;70P) Examination of musical styles and movements in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, in their sociocultural contexts. Discussion of foundation topics introduced in MUSC 103/3.0 is continued. NOTE: Non-Music students holding Royal Conservatory Grade III Harmony may

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Medieval and Renaissance Music [MUSC 205]

Medieval and Renaissance Music MUSC-205 LEARNING HOURS: 118 (36L;12O;70P) An examination of musical styles, structures and historical movements of the Western art tradition from the Age of Antiquity, to the Middle Ages, through to the Renaissance from circa 500 B.C.E. to circa 1600 A.D. NOTE:

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Film, Culture and Communication [FILM 110]

Film, Culture and Communication FILM-110 Introduction to analysis of film, television, new media and other related forms of contemporary culture. Includes classical and contemporary Hollywood cinema, Canadian film and television, alternatives in international cinema, as well as recent developments on the internet, in gaming, and

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Research, Writing and Presentation Methods [FILM 206]

Research, Writing and Presentation Methods FILM-206 LEARNING HOURS: 108 (36L;24Lb;48P) A series of interactive presentations and lectures instructing students in research methods, argumentative writing, and the design of effective audio-visual presentations. PREREQUISITE: (A grade of B- in FILM 110/6.0) or (a GPA of 2.60 in

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Historical Inquiry [FILM 216]

Historical Inquiry FILM-216 LEARNING HOURS: 108 (36L;24Lb;48P) Introduction to historical research and analysis of narrative and other films. Examines works, from a range of periods and settings, and the conditions that shaped their production, circulation and reception. PREREQUISITE: (A grade of B- in FILM 110/6.0)

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