Music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance

Music History 226

Usual Description

A survey of church and court music from the early Middle Ages to 1600. The course will consider the forging of Western musical traditions within the context of medieval liturgy and the ensuing growth of a variety of genres—music which richly expresses Romanesque other worldliness, the ideals of courtly love, Gothic rationalism, the blossoming of the individual in the Renaissance, and the mystical fervor of the Counter Reformation.

Time Periods

400 - 1600

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 226 Taught by Steven Plank
Music History 226 Taught by S. E. Plank
Music History 226 Taught by S. E. Plank
Music History 226 Taught by S. E. Plank
Music History 226 Taught by S. E. Plank
Music History 226 Taught by S. E. Plank
Music History 226 Taught by S. E. Plank
Music History 226 Taught by S. E. Plank