Music in the Baroque Era

Music History 235

Usual Description

A survey of music from the rise of monody in the Florentine academies c.1600 to the death of Bach in 1750. The course will consider opera, church music, and instrumental music from multiple perspectives, underscoring the interplay of technical and contextual views. Works by Monteverdi, Schuetz, Bach, Handel and others are studied from the standpoint of form and style, and as expressions of various social forces.

Time Periods

1600 - 1750

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Music History 235 Taught by Steven Plank
Music History 235 Taught by Steven Plank
Music History 235 Taught by S. E. Plank
Music History 235 Taught by S. E. Plank
Music History 235 Taught by S. E. Plank
Music History 235 Taught by S. E. Plank
Music History 235 Taught by S. E. Plank
Music History 235 Taught by S. E. Plank
Music History 235 Taught by S. E. Plank