The Republic to Rationalism: History, Arts, and Performance I
MUTH 110/3.0 -- Fall 2017
How did ancient Greek Drama influence the invention of opera?
What did Genghis Khan give to the modern symphony orchestra?
Why was theatre banned in England in 1642?
If you are interested in discovering more about the history of music, drama, art and performance, this is the course for you!
Professors: Margaret Walker and John Lazarus
This course does not have any prerequisites -- all welcome :)
Learning Hours: total 114 over the term (36 Lecture; 36 Online; 42 Private Study)
This course provides an introduction to the study of Western music, theatre, fine art, and literature in historical and global perspective. Using drama and music as a focal point, this interdisciplinary course will place artistic creation in a social, philosophical, and political chronological framework. Key periods include European Antiquity, Renaissance, and Baroque.