Listening to Music with Craig Wright at Yale University (Fall 2008)

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Listening to Music (MUSI 112)
This course fosters the development of aural skills that lead to an understanding of Western music. The musical novice is introduced to the ways in which music is put together and is taught how to listen to a wide variety of musical styles, from Bach and Mozart, to Gregorian chant, to the blues. Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: online.yale.edu

1. Introduction 49:41
2. Introduction to Instruments and Musical Genres 46:51
3. Rhythm: Fundamentals 48:58
4. Rhythm: Jazz, Pop and Classical 51:25
5. Melody: Notes, Scales, Nuts and Bolts 48:35
6. Melody: Mozart and Wagner 47:52
7. Harmony: Chords and How to Build Them 50:14
8. Bass Patterns: Blues and Rock 48:03
9. Sonata-Allegro Form: Mozart and Beethoven 49:20
10. Sonata-Allegro and Theme and Variations 52:56
11. Form: Rondo, Sonata-Allegro and Theme and Variations (cont.) 49:47
12. Guest Conductor: Saybrook Orchestra 49:37
13. Fugue: Bach, Bizet and Bernstein 49:58
14. Ostinato Form in the Music of Purcell, Pachelbel, Elton John and Vitamin C 50:05
15. Gregorian Chant and Music in the Sistine Chapel 50:01
16. Baroque Music: The Vocal Music of Johann Sebastian Bach 48:38
17. Mozart and His Operas 51:39
18. Piano Music of Mozart and Beethoven 49:56
19. Romantic Opera: Verdi's La Traviata, Bocelli, Pavarotti and Domingo 52:40
20. The Colossal Symphony: Beethoven, Berlioz, Mahler and Shostakovich 51:54
21. Musical Impressionism and Exoticism: Debussy, Ravel and Monet 52:03
22. Modernism and Mahler 49:24
23. Review of Musical Style 47:10