david bard-schwarz
  • MUTH 5360: Analytical Techniques II, Summer 2017
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, (plus one Friday, June 9) 2 lectures per day: online
  • Instructor: Dr. David Bard-Schwarz
  • Office: MU 104
  • E-mail: david.schwarz@unt.edu
  • Office Hours: To be Announced

In this course we will listen to and analyze music of the common practice era (1700-1900); our work will be divided among 3 units: 1) diatonic and chromatic harmony, 2) text and music: the Lied, 3) form: the Concerto and the Sonata.

All course materials are present on this website in the form of pdf files (that you may download) and mp3 files to which you may listen. There will be two video lectures per day; I will compress and upload them to my YOUTUBE channel + Blackboard by 5 p.m. on each day. I expect you to watch the lecture; take notes on it; and have questions for me during online office hours. I will announce how online communication will work once the term gets underway.

Grades will be determined as follows:.

  • Paper #1 on diatonic and chromatic harmony = 33%
  • Paper #2 on text and music = 33%
  • Paper #3 on the sonata= 33%
  • All papers must be double-spaced, with 12 point font, 1 inch margins, and your name on each page (no cover pages); please write your name as: First Name + Last Name. Please put the following subject heading on the emails: subject: AT II paper #1 (or #2 for the second; #3 for the third). Papers must be saved as pdf files. I must receive papers by noon US Central Standard Time on the day due; papers will loose 1 letter grade for each day late.