Spring 2023 not offered
In MUSC 104, students explore the diverse ways people around the world use rhythm and time in musical expression. Through a combination of experiential learning and theoretical investigation, students will discover what rhythmic models reveal about music cultures and how these models resonate in us when we put them into practice. Our direct interactions with varied musical traditions will deepen students' rhythmic skills, broaden their musical creativity, and provide a foundation for deeper engagement in Wesleyan's musical offerings.
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Five response essays, five performance-based assessments, and a final project.
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