The Visible in Music

Music Theory 361

Usual Description

Sound and image are commonly assumed to be discrete concepts, reflecting a fundamental separation of the eye and the ear. Yet visual images play a significant role in musical experience:  visual methods of transcription, recording, and analysis have been a feature of musical practice since the invention of notation; musicians frequently collaborate with practitioners in the visual arts in multimedia, opera, film, and theater; and even in “purely musical” works, visual imagery plays a fundamental role in the perception of musical meaning.

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 Theory 361 Taught by Rebecca Leydon
Music Theory 361 Taught by Rebecca Leydon
Music Theory 361 Taught by Rebecca Leydon
Music Theory 361 Taught by Rebecca Leydon
Music Theory 361 Taught by Rebecca Leydon
Music Theory 361 Taught by Rebecca Leydon
Music Theory 361 Taught by Rebecca Leydon