Spring 2012 not offered
This is an advanced theory course built upon materials covered in MUSC210 (Theory of Jazz Improvization) and MUSC304 (Arranging and Composing for Jazz Orchestra). Works by major composers of the genre (Ellington, Henderson, Morton, Monk, Mingus, Jones, Nelson, et al.) will be analyzed from both theoretical and cultural perspectives. The final projects will be fully developed arrangements playable by the Wesleyan Jazz Orchestra.
Designing, Creating, and Realizing, Logical Reasoning
Students will be creating works in a musical genre and will be studying the internal mathematics of this music system.
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It is recommended that students complete MUSC304 prior to taking this course.
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