NEW! Ancient & Early Music Traditions

$116.00

We will explore a wide range of musical traditions which extend way back in history, spanning from about 60,000 BCE to 1600 CE, including music and instruments of China, Europe (Medieval/Renaissance), Greece, India, Indonesia, Japan, the Middle East, North and South America, West Africa and more. We will look at historical and cultural context, style features, and melodic, rhythmic, harmonic and formal characteristics. The class will also provide an overview of important events in world history. We will provide video links to students who can’t attend at the scheduled time.

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Additional information

Class Code

21

Teacher

DAVID HEITLER-KLEVANS

Teacher Bio

B.M. Composition, Oberlin Conservatory; Full-time Musician/ Teaching Artist, TWO OF A KIND

Day of the Week

Wednesdays

Start Date

8 Wednesdays, 2/21 to 5/8 (No class 3/6,
3/27, 4/17, 4/24)

Time

7 to 8:30 p.m.

Location

ZOOM

Description

We will explore a wide range of musical traditions which extend way back in history, spanning from about 60,000 BCE to 1600 CE, including music and instruments of China, Europe (Medieval/Renaissance), Greece, India, Indonesia, Japan, the Middle East, North and South America, West Africa and more. We will look at historical and cultural context, style features, and melodic, rhythmic, harmonic and formal characteristics. The class will also provide an overview of important events in world history. We will provide video links to students who can’t attend at the scheduled time.